- The article reports that Best Buy Co. Inc. underperformed when compared to some of its competitors on Tuesday, such as Apple, Amazon, and Home Depot, while the stock market saw an overall positive trading session, with the S&P 500 Index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average rising; however, there is no mention of Factset (FDS) stock in the article or the reason for its potential rise.
- The article discusses the performance of Brown-Forman Corp. Cl B's stock in a positive trading session, however, it does not provide any information regarding why FactSet (FDS) stock went up yesterday.
- The article discusses Bill Gates' excitement over OpenAI's generative-AI ChatGPT and its astonishing ability to pass an advanced biology exam, and mentions Microsoft's investment in ChatGPT and plans to incorporate the technology into its products, which could have contributed to FactSet's (FDS) stock going up by 1.86%.
- The article is actually about Lowe's Cos. (LOW) stock and it fell 1.16% on Friday, with lower performance compared to some of its competitors, while there is no information provided on why FactSet (FDS) stock went up 0.15% that day.
- FactSet (FDS) stock went up by 0.15% last night due to the reclassification of well-known stocks on Friday, such as Target, Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Visa, Mastercard, and Paypal, by industry benchmark Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS), resulting in changes in sector weightings in the S&P 500 index.
- Factset (FDS) stock went up by 0.15% last night, whereas the reason for the rise is not mentioned in the given article.
- Yesterday, FactSet's stock (FDS) decreased by 1.19% due to caution from investors as they weigh up a mixed bag of corporate results and are expected to await the European Central Bank's policy decision later in the week.
- The article discusses how Adobe's stock (ADBE) rose in extended trading after beating Wall Street's sales and earnings targets for its fiscal first quarter, but it does not explain why Factset's stock (FDS) went down.
- Equilar has partnered with FactSet to enable FactSet Signals to provide users with access to Equilar insights directly in their workflow, to help users to receive real-time updates from Equilar through their preferred channels to stay ahead of their competition and discover new investment opportunities; however, this partnership did not prevent FactSet's stock from falling by 1.19% on Monday.
- Factset's (FDS) stock went down by 1.19% due to an upbeat performance outlook from Coty Inc. (COTY) in full-year sales, which exceeded analyst estimates.
- Inditex, the owner of Zara, reported increased sales and plans to pay a higher dividend for its fiscal year 2022, however, it missed analysts' expectations, according to a FactSet-compiled poll of forecasts, which caused its stock to decline.