Halfway through 2020, the Nasdaq 100 Index is not only back in positive territory, but is headed for a year that ranks with its best of the last two decades.
With $2-trillion added since Christmas, the Nasdaq 100 has a shot at beating the market for the 10th time in 11 years. But it may be taking on dot-com-era trappings.
Is the rout ripping through technology stocks just another garden variety correction? In the long sweep of history, yes. But compared only to selloffs since the bull market began, it’s starting to get extreme.
The cryptocurrency industry is plagued by scandal. Stock exchange operator Nasdaq says it can solve the problem.
Cash Paymaster Services (CPS), a subsidiary of Nasdaq- and JSE-listed electronic payments company Net1 UEPS Technologies, has been awarded a five-year contract worth R10bn by the SA Social Security Agency. The will see CPS providing payment services for SA social grants across the country. The award