Arm CEO says firm fully committed to a market listing this year By Reuters

[ad_1] © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Chip technology firm Arm Ltd’s chief executive officer Rene Haas poses in this handout picture taken in San Jose, California, U.S., March, 2022. Arm/Handout via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY./File Photo By Stephen Nellis SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The chief executive of Softbank-owned British chip … Read more

After weak Q4, Alphabet (GOOGL) looks headed for a mixed year

[ad_1] Alphabet, Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL, GOOG), the company that owns internet search behemoth Google, last week reported weaker-than-expected quarterly results for the fourth time in a row amid continuing economic uncertainties and a general reduction in ad spending. Alphabet’s stock remained flat soon after the earnings announcement but declined later, in a sign that the … Read more

I’d put £55 a week into this FTSE 100 stock for £500 a year in passive income!

[ad_1] Image source: Getty Image Even though the FTSE 100 is not far off its all-time high, there are still many good value dividend stocks available. These offer me the chance to generate regular passive income. One particular company in the UK’s blue-chip index continues to catch my eye. Out of favour? Vodafone (LSE:VOD) was … Read more

Chinese New Year slows Volvo Cars’ sales growth in January By Reuters

[ad_1] © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: An employee at a Volvo car dealer, wearing a protective mask is seen in a showroom, in Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman STOCKHOLM (Reuters) -Sweden-based Volvo Car AB said on Friday its sales increased by 2% year-on-year in January to 48,520 cars, but tumbled in China due to … Read more

Forget Cash ISAs! I can get 6% a year from these two income stocks

[ad_1] Image source: Getty Images The FTSE 100 is crammed full of income stocks that offer sky-high dividend yields that thrash the returns on cash. I’d much rather buy them to build retirement wealth than save into a Cash ISA, even though the Bank of England has just hiked base rates to 4%. Why put … Read more