AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.

NYSE: AMC
$29.01
-$1.27 (-4.2%)
Closing price December 3, 2021
A Chinese firm has succumbed to pressure from the government to delist its U.S.-listed shares, and a shipping company spin-off appears to have fizzled.
Meme stocks got hammered in Wednesday's sell-off. Just three of the stocks in our watch list managed to post gains for the day. Thursday looked a bit better.
Tuesday's market meltdown didn't miss meme stocks. But there were a few stocks that weathered the storm pretty well.
Just like the broader markets, the meme stocks mostly traded lower on Tuesday.
Here's a look a four meme stocks that were moving on Monday.
One of our meme stocks was having a rough day and, while winners outnumbered losers, there was no double-digit winner thus far on Friday
Markets closed lower Tuesday for the first time in more than a week, and several meme stocks were hit hard.
Winners and losers among meme stocks in Tuesday's premarket, plus one really, really OG stock that's having a big day.
With one major exception, several of last week's best-performing meme stocks were off to another good start. Plus, there's some potentially good news for investors in Chinese education and tutoring...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Allstate, AMC Entertainment, Costco, Electronic Arts, Etsy, Lyft, Peloton Interactive, Plug Power, Qualcomm, Roku and Starbucks.
Why does a coronavirus vaccine maker's stock drop more than 20% after the vaccine is approved for use? It happened Wednesday.
One of the original meme stocks traded up by as much as 80% after markets closed Tuesday, following a series of announcements that could have triggered a short squeeze.
A chipmaker and one oil producer are scheduled to report quarterly results after markets close Monday. One of the OG meme stocks is likely to report next week, so we've included it our preview.
Meme stocks had a tough Friday, and Monday wasn't off to a real good start either. One stock, though, was trading above its 52-week high set on Friday.
Donald Trump's SPAC deal continues to dominate investors' dreams, but there are other meme stocks to keep an eye on as well.