Tag: Continuing

Market Correction Is Continuing, But Changing its Message

The stock market sell-off is indeed dragging on Monday, but it just took a twist. The market is telling us something a little bit different than what it was telling us in the first leg of the selling earlier this month.

Monday, the S&P 500 fell as much as 2% by mid-afternoon. The tech-heavy Nasdaq fell 1%.

But let’s take a look at the first bit of market pressure against what we are seeing Monday. The fears are changing and so are the price movements of some of the U.S. market’s premier stocks.

Between September 2 and September 11, the Nasdaq 100 fell 10.7%. In that time, the Vanguard S&P 500 Value ETF  (VOOV) – Get Report fell 4.3%. Value bulls don’t want to hear this, but value actually began to outperform growth, even though it was in the form of downside price movement. Growth tech stocks were

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Battery Ventures, Continuing to Invest Globally in Innovative Technology Companies, Promotes Four Team Members in London, San Francisco and Israel

Paul Morrissey promoted to partner; Duncan Gills and Zak Ewen move up to principal, Adi Dangot-Zukovsky to vice president

Battery Ventures, a global, technology-focused investment firm, has promoted four team members, including two in London and one in Israel.

The promotions highlight the firm’s ongoing focus on investing in innovative companies across North America, Europe and Israel. More than a quarter of the dollars invested out of Battery’s 12th family of funds, raised in 2018, went to companies based outside the U.S., up from 14% in the firm’s eighth fund, raised in 2007. Battery, founded in Boston in 1983, is currently investing out of its 13th family of funds, raised earlier this year and capitalized at a combined $2 billion.

In London, Paul Morrissey was promoted to partner and Zak Ewen to principal. Morrissey, a native of Ireland, joined Battery in 2012 and focuses on later-stage software investments,

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Syinix to Release the Brand’s First Android TV, Continuing to Elevate the User Experience for a Smart Life at Home

First Android TV Launched in Nigeria and Ghana

First Android TV Launched in Nigeria and Ghana
First Android TV Launched in Nigeria and Ghana
First Android TV Launched in Nigeria and Ghana

TOKYO, Sept. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Syinix, a global smart home appliance brand, will launch the brand’s first Android TV™ in Ghana and Nigeria on 15 Sep. Given the increasing demand for smart home appliances, this will be a huge step forward for consumers to elevate their experience and start a smart life.

The new Syinix Android TV features a frameless screen display, Bluetooth 5.0 capabilities, 4K Ultra HD Resolution, Dolby 5.1 Perfect Surround Sound and Android TV operating system at competitive price point.

“Driven by the brand philosophy of ‘Starting Smart Life’, our goal is to empower customers to modernize and streamline the efficiency of their life at home. We respect for our customers mandates that we always strive to provide the best possible

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