3 important and interesting Street Fighter 6 mechanics discoveries from the latest showcase

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Street Fighter 6 unsurprisingly has the attention of the fighting game community right now, and this weekend is providing players the second opportunity thus far to get hands on with the game. With the special exhibition matches at Japan Expo 2022, there’s already been a handful of seemingly new discoveries being made about SF6’s battle … Read more

How Street Fighter 2 Shaped The Console Wars

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In the contentious console war between Nintendo and Sega’s 16-bit systems, most of the attention was focused on the elements that the two warring factions directly controlled: the hardware and first-party games, and especially the dueling mascots, Mario and Sonic. But third-party support varied wildly at the time, with entire series like Final Fantasy pledging … Read more

Meta Lost Billions Building the Metaverse. Why Wall Street Is Still Upbeat on It.

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Text size Meta has sought to reinvent itself around the metaverse—a future vision of the internet centered on virtual worlds. Sergio Flores/AFP via Getty Images Meta Platforms reported second-quarter earnings late Wednesday that were dismal enough to add to the headwinds stocks were facing on Thursday. But the company’s large losses in one key segment—the … Read more

Asian stocks follow Wall Street ahead of likely US rate hike

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BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets followed Wall Street lower Wednesday as traders prepared for a possible sharp interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve to cool inflation. Shanghai, Hong Kong and South Korea declined. Tokyo advanced. Oil prices were little changed, staying below $100 per barrel. Wall Street tumbled Tuesday after Walmart warned inflation … Read more

Wall Street falls as Walmart warning rattles retail sector

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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Walmart cuts profit forecast, drags retailers McDonald’s up as sales, profit top estimates GE jumps on higher profit, Coca-Cola up on forecast raise Indexes … Read more

General Motors falls short of Wall Street expectations as supply chain challenges dent profit

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GM CEO Mary Barra talks with media prior to the start of the 2017 General Motors Company Annual Meeting of Stockholders Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at GM Global Headquarters in Detroit, Michigan. Photo by John F. Martin for GM General Motors reported second-quarter earnings Tuesday that fell short of Wall Street’s estimates after the company … Read more

These stocks are best for the long term, top Wall Street analysts say

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Matt Murphy, CEO, Marvell Technology Scott Mlyn | CNBC Investors seem to be welcoming the latest earnings season with fresh optimism despite nagging concerns about inflation, recession and rising interest rates. Indeed, strong quarterly results from a number of key companies have helped power the major stock averages to weekly gains. That being said, identifying … Read more

Wall Street closes lower as ad tech, social media stocks drop

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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Snap Inc shares plunge on slowing growth Communication services stocks lead sectoral declines AmEx raises revenue forecast on resilient card spending Indexes down: Dow … Read more

Tesla shares climb after car maker got ‘tough quarter’ out of the way, and as Wall Street eyes production ramp ups

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Wall Street analysts expressed some relief that Tesla Inc. reported second-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street estimates despite tough market conditions, with results boosted by vehicle price increases and the company’s decision to sell most of its bitcoin. The Elon Musk-led company TSLA, +10.35% also defied expectations that a COVID-19-related shutdown in China would hurt … Read more

A Recession Alarm Is Ringing on Wall Street

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Wall Street’s most talked about recession indicator is sounding its loudest alarm in two decades, intensifying concerns among investors that the U.S. economy is heading toward a slowdown. That indicator is called the yield curve, and it’s a way of showing how interest rates on various U.S. government bonds compare, notably three-month bills, and two-year … Read more