Lost your password?
Don't have an account? Sign Up

Stock market, trending picks and more

Tesla’s stock climbed Monday after Elon Musk’s electric-vehicle company said global deliveries surged in the second quarter.

Shares of other EV makers also rose.

Tesla (TSLA): The stock jumped 7 % after the electric carmaker posted a record quarter for sales.

Tweet on trending stocks

Factset chart on trending stocks

Rivian (RIVN), Lucid (LCID): Tesla’s rally boosted other U.S. EV makers. The American depositary receipts of Chinese rivals such as NIO (NIO), XPeng (XPEV) and Li Auto (LI) also rose.

Apple (AAPL): The stock dipped after Apple became the world’s first corporation with a market value of more than $3 trillion on Friday.

AstraZeneca (AZN): The drug maker’s ADRs and London-listed shares both dropped after results from a late-stage cancer drug study missed investors’ expectations. The ADR was the worst performer in the Nasdaq 100.

Fidelity National Information Services (FIS): The stock jumped 6% following a Financial Times report late Friday that said buyout groups were weighing bids for a majority stake in FIS-owned Worldpay.

Charter Communications (CHTR): The cable operator’s stock advanced for a seventh-straight session, its longest such streak since 2021. The shares were on track for their highest close since March.

Anglo American (AAL): The U.K.-listed stock was up over 4% after DeBeers, which is majority-owned by Anglo American, detailed its new diamond-mining deal with Botswana.

JD.com (JD), PDD Holdings (PDD): The e-commerce giants’ ADRs both rose by around 3%. Asian stocks were broadly higher Monday after the news that Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen would visit China this week.

Image: Nasdaq