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FAANG stocks lose steam on Wall Street in 2018 | Money Talks

Financial markets entered 2018 on a high, fueled by optimism over growth, especially in the tech sector. The so-called FAANG stocks - made up of the biggest tech firms in the US - hit record highs and became a darling for investors. But as Laila Humairah reports, it didn't take long for them to fall out of love. For more, Bob O`Donnell, President and Chief Analyst at TECHnalysis Resarch, joins from Foster City, California. #FAANG #WallStreet #Finance

Share prices plunge across global markets | Money Talks

Share prices plunge across global markets | Money Talks

Apple lowers revenue expectations for 2018 | Money Talks

Apple lowers revenue expectations for 2018 | Money Talks

Pinterest, Zoom surge in market debuts | Money Talks

Pinterest, Zoom surge in market debuts | Money Talks

Market sell-off wipes $100B off tech stocks | Money Talks

Market sell-off wipes $100B off tech stocks | Money Talks

Just 2 Degrees: Storms slam California, Italian climate group hits the Senate

Just 2 Degrees: Storms slam California, Italian climate group hits the Senate

From Burek to Baklava: Has Balkan Cuisine Added New Flavors to Its Ottoman Roots?

From Burek to Baklava: Has Balkan Cuisine Added New Flavors to Its Ottoman Roots?

Russia, Armenia Trade Rare Public Barbs As Tensions Grow

Russia, Armenia Trade Rare Public Barbs As Tensions Grow

Was 2022 the year of quiet quitting?

Was 2022 the year of quiet quitting?

Andrew Tate in jail. What's really happening in Romania?

Andrew Tate in jail. What's really happening in Romania?

Africa Matters: Tigray Peace Deal

Africa Matters: Tigray Peace Deal

Biden faces backlash over classified document scandal

Biden faces backlash over classified document scandal

Strict UK online rules could jail tech CEOs

Strict UK online rules could jail tech CEOs

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