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Why growth stocks have higher betas - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Why growth stocks have higher betas

The technology-led sell-off of growth stocks is buffeting global stock markets.

US stocks

Markets unsettled by violent insurrection in Washington despite 'blue wave' cheer

The Dow and the S&P 500 ended higher, soaring to all-time highs on Wednesday, as investors piled into financial and industrial stocks on bets a Democratic sweep in Georgia would lead to more fi

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Tiger Brokers ride on big tech parentage to draw in new investors

Switching to a new trading platform can be a hassle — even if it is one that offers a cheaper trading fee and more products.

Broker's Calls

Market rally cools as investors reap their profits

As the initial excitement of positive vaccine results cools down, markets have simultaneously slowed as investors look to take profit while the money is good. The Dow slipped sub-30,000.

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Company in the news

Trade US stocks with Tiger Brokers using Nasdaq data

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, US equities are on a tear after rebounding strongly from a plunge earlier this year.

US stocks

Speculation on election results prompt NASDAQ trading halt

Nasdaq 100 stock futures rose fast enough to trigger an exchange volatility halt that pauses especially rapid swings at 3.5%, as traders assessed election results.

Company in the news

Choi's AMTD Digital set for Nasdaq-SGX dual listing; denies alleged links to CMIG

AMTD Group, which earlier this year saw the listing of its subsidiary AMTD International on the Singapore Exchange, is set for another Singapore listing before the year ends.

Global Markets

Retail investors aren't convinced the stock market rally is over. Here's why

Change is difficult. Ask anyone who watched the straight-up summer stock rally turn chaotic this month. But whether this transition is destined to last remains a point many investors dispute.

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