- Intuit (INTU) stock went up 3.33% last night due to the company's financial management, accounting and tax preparation software, QuickBooks Online, which provides cloud-based accounting and financial management software for small businesses, as well as QuickBooks Self-Employed, designed for freelancers and independent contractors.
- Twilio, a customer engagement platform, has announced the launch of Segment Unify, a real-time identity resolution solution that includes Profiles Sync and offers access to Reverse ETL, which enables businesses to deliver hyper-personalised campaigns based on identity-resolved customer profiles by merging the complete history of each customer into a single unified profile, and activating these complete or "golden" profiles in their customer experience tools of choice, including Twilio Engage and Flex, ultimately empowering businesses to drive down acquisition costs and increase customer lifetime value.
- The article briefly mentions that shares of Intuit (INTU) rose 3.33% last night, but it does not provide a reason for the increase in stock price.
- TD Bank Group has shown its support for North American open banking by adding its name to the Financial Data Exchange (FDX) Board, with Franklin Garrigues, VP of External Ecosystems at TD, elected to the board as Financial Institution Co-Chair, thus TD's stock price in the stock market goes up.
- Intuit (INTU) stock went up by 4.41% due to the upgrade of its Relative Strength (RS) Rating from 70 to 76 and its high Composite Rating of 96, which makes it one of the top 4% stocks, according to CAN SLIM investors.
- This article does not provide information on why Intuit's (INTU) stock went up by 4.41% last night, but instead discusses the evolving world of fintech and lists some of the best fintech apps of 2023, including Acorns, Robinhood, Venmo, Mint, and SoFi.
- The article discusses the impact of inflation and the US economy on the earnings of consumer discretionary sector companies, such as clothing retailers, luxury brands, and travel firms, and recommends some of the best consumer discretionary stocks to invest in, including Booking Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:BKNG), Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX), McDonald's Corporation (NYSE:MCD), Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE:WHR), Planet Fitness, Inc. (NYSE:PLNT), Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ:HAS), Boyd Gaming Corporation (NYSE:BYD), and Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE:CMG), with some seeing increases in price targets, despite Chipotle facing challenges maintaining margins due to inflation in industry commodity and labor costs. Intuit(INTU) stock decreased last night by 0.45% due to market-related factors and was not discussed in the article.
- Intuit has launched the Coalfield Solar Fund, a partnership programme with The National Energy and Education Development (NEED) Project and Secure Solar Futures that will provide grant funding to be used to help communities in West Virginia and Virginia reduce carbon emissions by using solar power and arm local workforces with clean energy skills. However, this announcement has not had an impact on Intuit's stock price.
- The article is not related to Intuit (INTU) stock going down, so there is no explanation given for it. The article discusses the documentary "The New Americans: Gaming a Revolution," which explores the influence of gaming culture on American society and its impact on financial markets, including the rise of retail traders and the recent SVB meltdown.
- Intuit's stock (INTU) went down by -0.48% last night, and while there may be multiple reasons for this, the article primarily focuses on the trend of dividend investing and discusses the top 15 dividend-paying stocks to buy now, including Union Pacific Corporation (UNP), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Wells Fargo & Company (WFC), and Danaher Corporation (DHR).
- Credit Karma, a personal finance management platform with more than 120 million members in the US has launched Net Worth, its new product that will allow members to know, grow and protect their wealth, becoming one step closer to being a full-service personal finance management platform; the platform offers members a real-time snapshot of any linkable financial accounts, making it easy for Americans to monitor and track their progress over time and make plans for their next dollar.
- The article discusses a money manager, Adam Seessel, who switched his investment approach from value to growth and invested in tech stocks, such as Amazon and Alphabet, but recently faced losses due to the tech-sector selloff, and there is no mention of why Intuit stock specifically went down.
- The article discusses tax filing using TurboTax software, and the reason for Intuit's stock going down is not mentioned.
- Qualtrics and Twilio have unveiled a no-coding connector that integrates their platforms and enables delivery of a unified, personalised view of customer data. The partnership combines Qualtrics' Experience iD with Twilio Segment's customer data platform, merging operational engagement data capturing content engagement, purchases and user logins with qualitative feedback such as customer satisfaction and effort scores. The integrated approach allows for a more efficient evaluation and response to customer inquiries, providing a more bespoke service and improving satisfaction and loyalty. Last night, Intuit's stock fell 2.9%.
- Intuit (INTU) stock went up by 2.04% last night, but the article does not provide any information on why this happened.
- Dell announced that Tom Sweet, CFO of the company, will retire from the position and will be replaced by Yvonne McGill, the current corporate controller, on August 4; while the company's Q4 fiscal 2023 earnings call referred to the personal computer market slowing in June and a sharp decline in calendar Q4, it reported $25 billion in revenue in the quarter ending February 3, beating analysts' estimates and leading to a 2.04% stock price increase for Dell's parent company, Intuit.
- The article discusses the various options available on TurboTax for filing taxes and reminds readers of the approaching tax filing deadline, which may have contributed to the increase in stock for Intuit(INTU).
- The article is not related to Intuit(INTU) stock but it is related to Asetek, which has announced that its partner, Phanteks, is introducing its second generation of Glacier One T30 CPU Coolers featuring Asetek's bold new advancements in liquid cooling that provides extreme overclocking capability and virtually silent operation for PC enthusiasts, gamers and content generators.