The rapid revival of Chinese education companies’ business is boosting investor appetite for the stocks that bore the brunt of Beijing’s yearlong regulatory crackdown.
Lululemon Athletica (LULU.O) on Thursday raised its full-year revenue and profit forecasts on strong demand for athleisure, and said the impact from COVID-19-related lockdowns in China was modest and more than offset by strength in other regions.
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Grubhub’s attempts to drum up buzz for its food-delivery service by offering “free” lunch in New York didn’t exactly generate the kind of publicity the company was hoping for.
Chinese internet stocks jumped in US trading after a senior Communist Party official reaffirmed support for the industry, stoking optimism that regulators may ease a yearlong clampdown.
Royal Caribbean Group (RCL.N) on Thursday flagged slow summer demand for European cruises due to the Ukraine crisis, after a dull first quarter as it reeled under a resurgence in COVID infections in some parts of the world.
Domino’s Pizza Inc (DPZ.N) missed quarterly sales estimates on Thursday and warned staffing shortages and inflation would pressure its business further into the year, sending the fast-food chain’s shares down 5%.
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The fast casual chain continues its expansion tear despite labor shortage challenges, construction delays and inflation, and 80% of its new units will feature a Chipotlane.
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Shares of Chinese video-game makers and live-streaming platforms rallied on Monday, after China approved the first batch of new video game licenses since July.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Didi Global Inc. rallied for a second day, adding $80 billion in value to U.S. listed Chinese stocks as fears of potential delistings eased.
Lululemon Athletica (LULU.O) on Tuesday forecast full-year profit and revenue above estimates as demand for athletic wear remains consistent even as people return to offices, and said it plans selective price increases on some of its products.
A number of Uber and Lyft drivers are considering quitting the app-based ride-hailing platforms as fueling up becomes costlier, with some calling the newly announced surcharges “insulting”.