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UK Markets Finished higher yesterday, as travel sector stocks gained, after England removed some quarantine rules. Wizz Air Holdings Jumped 8.0%, after the airline operator announced that it expects to ramp up capacity to between 90% and 100% of pre pandemic levels. Fresnillo climbed 7.0%, after the precious metal miner announced that it would achieve its full year targets, following a jump in its silver production in the second quarter. St. James’s Place advanced 5.6%, after the company reported a jump in its first half underlying cash results as funds under management sharply rose. Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings rose 2.4%, after the company announced that its first half losses narrowed. On the flipside, ITV fell 1.3%, even though the company reported an increase in its revenues and profits in the first half of the year. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.3%, to close at 7,016.6, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.6%, to end at 23,006.5. . European Markets Closed higher yesterday, amid upbeat corporate earnings reports. Capgemini advanced 3.8%, after the IT firm upgraded its guidance for 2021. Kering added 3.6%, after the luxury group announced that its second quarter revenue almost doubled. METRO rose 1.7%, after the wholesale retailer raised its annual profit outlook. Telecom Italia edged up 0.3%, after the company announced that it would seek investors for its cloud and wholesale undersea cable business to extract value from its assets. On the other hand, Adecco Group dropped 7.9%, after the company announced that it agreed to acquire AKKA Technologies for €2.0 billion. Deutsche Bank fell 1.1%, despite reporting better than expected profits in the second quarter. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.7%, to settle at 1,778.9. The German DAX Xetra rose 0.3%, to settle at 15,570.4, while the French CAC-40 added 1.2%, to close at 6,609.3. . US Markets Finished mostly lower yesterday, as the Federal Reserve (Fed) failed to provide clarity about the timing of reducing its bond purchase. Starbucks fell 2.9%, even though the company reported stronger than expected revenue and earnings in the third quarter. McDonald’s dipped 1.9%, despite reporting better than expected results in the second quarter. Generac Holdings shed 1.8%, after the backup generator company announced that it witnessed higher input costs due to rising commodities and logistics prices. Apple slid 1.2%, after the iPhone maker warned that the negative impact of global chip shortage would worsen in the current quarter. On the other hand, Pfizer advanced 3.2%, after the drugmaker’s second quarter revenue and earnings surpassed analysts’ estimates and as it raised its full year forecast. Alphabet rose 3.2%, after the company reported a jump in its second quarter revenues. The S&P 500 marginally slipped to settle at 4,400.6. The DJIA fell 0.4%, to settle at 34,930.9, while the NASDAQ added 0.7%, to close at 14,762.6. . Asian Markets Are trading higher this morning. In Japan, Sony Group and Hino Motors have advanced 2.7% and 2.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, TDK and CyberAgent have dropped 3.2% and 7.7%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Alibaba Group Holding and BYD have risen 6.7% and 7.2%, respectively. Meanwhile, PetroChina and MTR have fallen 0.9% and 1.2%, respectively. In South Korea, KCC Glass and Namhae Chemical have climbed 8.2% and 10.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, HiSteel and BooKook Steel have declined 4.0% and 4.6%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.4% higher at 27,687.3. The Hang Seng index is trading 2.9% up at 26,212.8, while the Kospi index is trading 0.1% higher at 3,241.4.
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Tuesday, July 27, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -110.00 0.31% 34,924 S&P 500 -10.25 0.23% 4,404 Nasdaq -8.50 0.06% 15,109 Global stock markets and U.S. futures decline amid a further Chinese selloff as Beijing undertook an extensive regulatory overhaul in the country. Focus turns back to the Fed and earnings as Fed officials are expected to discuss an eventual tapering of the stimulus at a meeting concluding tomorrow while Tesla Inc. ($TSLA) rose in premarket trading after an earnings beat. The S&P 500 and Dow closed at new all-time bests in sideways trading Monday as investors prepare for the Fed’s two-day policy meeting and ahead of quarterly earnings. Big tech in focus tonight with Apple, Microsoft, and Alphabet ($GOOGL) expected to post results while China stocks look to recover as big cap Alibaba ($BABA) and Baidu ($BIDU) each fall more than 5% on Monday after Beijing recently unveiled new rules on private tutoring and online education firms, the latest in a series of crackdowns on the technology sector that have roiled financial markets. The S&P 500 energy index was the strongest gainer among 11 sector indexes yesterday, jumping 2.5%, with health care the worst performer. Bitcoin prices pullback slightly after Bloomberg reported late yesterday that Amazon ($AMZN) denies will accept bitcoin, launch crypto coin in 2022 – said an Amazon spokesperson denied the report form City A.M. Crypto assets were up between 15%-20% on Monday after the reports initially surfaced. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index climbed 136 points to 27,970, the Shanghai Index dropped over 80 points (2.49%) to settle at 3,381 and the Hang Seng Index plunged again, falling over 1,000 points for a 2nd straight day (4.22%) to 25,086. In Europe, the German DAX is down over 70 points to 15,550, while the FTSE 100 is off about 30 points to dip below the 7,000 level. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 10.51 points, or 0.24%, to 4,422.30 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 82.76 points, or 0.24%, to 35,144.31 The Nasdaq Composite edged higher 3.72 points, or 0.03%, to 14,840.71 The Russell 2000 Index climbed 7.27 points, or 0.33% to 2,216.92 Events Calendar for Today 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:30 AM ET Durable Goods Orders for June…est. 2.1% 8:30 AM ET Durable Goods Ex Transportation for June…est. 0.8% 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 9:00 AM ET CaseShiller 20 City Index for May…est. 1.6% 9:00 AM ET Monthly Home Prices MoM for May 10:00 AM ET Consumer Confidence for July…est. 123.9 10:00 AMET Richmond Fed Manufacturing for July…prior 22 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AAN, ABG, ADM, ARCH, AWI, BSX, CIT, CNC, CTS, CVLT, DTE, ECL, ENTG, FELE, FISV, GE, GLW, GPK, HUBB, IQV, IVZ, JBLU, LECO, LW, MMM, MSCI, NXRT, PCAR, PHM, PII, RGEN, ROK, RTX, SHW, SIRI, SSTK, ST, SWK, TPB, UPS, WM, XRX Earnings After the Close: $AAPL, AAT, AGYS, $AMD, ASH, ATEN, AXTI, BXP, BYD, CAC, CAKE, CHE, CHRW, CSGP, EGP, EHC, ENPH, EQR, EXR, FCF, FIBK, $GOOGL, HA, HAFC, HBNC, HIW, HRZN, HT, HVT, IEX, JBT, JNPR, LBRT, MANH, MASI, MAT, MDLZ, MPWR, MSFT, MTDR, MXIM, NAVI, NBR, NLOK, NOV, OLN, OVV, PGRE, QS, SBUX, STAG, SYK, TDOC, TENB, TER, TRMK, USNA, V, WHG, WIRE, WSBC Other Key Events: Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2021 (virtual), 7/26-7/30 Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, 7/23-7/27, in Las Vegas Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.01 71.92 Brent 0.19 74.69 Gold -030 1,797.35 EUR/USD -0.0017 1.1786 JPY/USD -0.28 110.11 10-Year Note -0.022 1.254% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Tesla Motors ($TSLA) Q2 non-GAAP EPS $1.45 vs. est. $0.96; Q2 revs $11.96B vs. est. $11.3B; said produced and delivered over 200,000 vehicles, achieved an operating margin of 11.0% and exceeded $1B of GAAP net income for the first time in our history; qtrly automotive gross margin 28.4% vs 25.4% reported last year; qtrly automotive rev of which regulatory credits $354 mln vs $428 mln reported last year; qtrly vehicle asp declined by 2% yoy as Model S & Model X deliveries were reduced in q2 due to the product updates; records $23 million in bitcoin-related impairments after crypto’s second-quarter plunge PulteGroup, Inc. ($PHM) and Invitation Homes ($INVH), the nation’s premier single-family home leasing company, announced today the formation of an innovative strategic relationship Stanley Black & Decker ($SWK) Q2 EPS $3.08 vs. est. $2.87; Q2 revs $4.3B vs. est. $4.21B; raises FY21 EPS view to $11.35-$11.65 from $10.70-$11.00 (est. $11.19) and sees FY21 organic revenue growth 16%-18% TriNet Group ($TNET) Q2 adj EPS $1.56 vs. est. $0.81; Q2 revs rose 16% to $1.1B as compared to the same period last year; Q2 adjusted EBITDA was $154 million, compared to Adjusted EBITDA of $199 million, in the same period last year; total Worksite Employees ($WSEs) increased 9% compared to the same period last year, to approximately 340,000; sees FY revs up 10%-12% YoY Energy Range Resources ($RRC) 2Q adj EPS $0.24 vs est. $0.24 on adj revs $644Mm vs est. $569.9Mm, qtrly production avg 2.10 BCFE/day, about 31% liquids; says remains on track to spend at or below $425Mm capital budget; guides FY production avg about 2.15 BCFE/day with about 30% liquids Financials com Inc ($AMZN) on Monday denied a media report saying the e-commerce giant was looking to accept bitcoin payments by the end of the year. The report from London’s City A.M. newspaper sent Bitcoin prices surging above $40K before it trimmed gains to last trade around $37,500. “Notwithstanding our interest in the space, the speculation that has ensued around our specific plans for cryptocurrencies is not true,” said a spokesperson from Amazon AGNC Investment ($AGNC) Q2 EPS loss (83c); reports $16.39 tangible net book value per common share as of June 30, decreased ($1.33) per common share, or -7.5%, from $17.72 per common share as of March 31. American Campus Communities ($ACC) 2Q adj FFO/shr $0.42 vs est. $0.37 on revs $208.5Mm vs est. $187.8Mm; guides 3Q FFO/shr $0.32-0.36 vs est. $0.32, sees FY FFO/shr $1.95-2.09 vs est. $1.92 Ameriprise ($AMP) 2Q adj EPS $5.27 vs est. $5.21 on revs $3.42B vs est. $3.37B, AUM +28% to $1.2T Brandywine ($BDN) Q2 FFO $0.32 vs. est. $0.32; sees 2021 FFO $1.34-$1.40 vs. est. $1.36; Core Portfolio: 90.5% occupied and 92.5% leased; New and Renewal Leases Signed: 435,000 square feet; Rental Rate Mark-to-Market: Increased 22.2% / 13.7% on accrual / cash basis; Same Store Net Operating Income: 0.5% on an accrual basis and 1.8% on a cash basis Brown & Brown ($BRO) Q2 adj EPS 49c vs. est. 40c; Q2 revs $727.3M vs. est. $679.46M Heartland Financial ($HTLF) Q2 EPS $1.41 vs. est. $1.26; Q2 revs $173.7M vs. est. $174.7M; Q2 net interest margin was 3.37% compared to 3.44%during the first quarter of 2021 and 3.81% during the second quarter of 2020 Independence Realty ($IRT) 2Q EPS $0.03 vs est. $0.01, sees FY same-store property NOI growth 6.5-7.5%, sees FY core FFO/share $0.76-0.78 vs est. $0.75; announces 14M share secondary offering Sun Communities ($SUI) 2Q core FFO/shr $1.80 vs est. $1.61 on revs $603.9Mm vs est. $374.9Mm, says home sales volume +89.5% to 1,158 homes for qtr ended June 30, 2021; guides FY core FFO/shr $6.25-6.37 vs est. $6.03 TransUnion ($TRU) Q2 adj EPS 96c vs. est. 91c; Q2 revs $774M vs. est. $745.78M; sees FY21 adj EPS $3.63-$3.70 vs. est. $3.54; sees FY21 revenue $3.034B-$3.059B vs. est. $2.98B Healthcare Biogen ($BIIB) and Ionis ($IONS) announced that topline data from a Phase 1b placebo-controlled, multiple ascending dose clinical study showed that BIIB080/IONIS-MAPT met its primary objective of safety and tolerability in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease. HealthStream Inc. ($HSTM) 2Q EPS $0.08 vs est. ($0.04) on revs $64.8Mm vs est. $60.6Mm; guides FY revs $253-257Mm vs est. $251.3Mm, sees FY adj EBITDA $48-50Mm vs est. $42.8Mm ObsEva ($OBSV) rises 25%; after entering a pact for Organon to exclusively develop and commercialize ebopiprant, a treatment for preterm labor Medpace ($MEDP) Q2 GAAP EPS $1.06 vs. est. $0.99; Q2 revs $278.3M vs. est. $272.1M; raises FY21 EPS view to $4.31-$4.50 from$4.24-$4.42 (est. $4.38); sees FY21 revs $1.11B-$1.15B vs. est. $1.13B; net new business awards were $387.6M in Q2, representing an increase of 52.5% Universal Health ($UHS) Q2 adj EPS $3.76 vs. est. $2.68; Q2 revs $3.2B vs. est. $3.01B; increases 2021 full year earnings guidance and announces $1 billion increase to stock repurchase program authorization; sees year EPS $11.46-$12.16 (above prior $10.05-$11.05) vs. est. $11.00; sees year revs $12.35B-$12.5B vs. est. $12.33B Industrials & Materials General Electric ($GE) Q2 adj EPS 5c vs. est. 4c; Q2 revs $18.3B vs. est. $18.13B; Q2 Industrial organic revenues $16.9B, up 7%; reiterates FY21 adjusted EPS view 15c-25c vs. est. 26c; raises 2021 outlook for Industrial free cash flow range from $2.5B-$4.5B to $3.5B-$5.0B 3M ($MMM) Q2 adj EPS $2.59 vs. est. $2.26; Q2 revs $8.95B vs. est. $8.55B; Q2 operating cash flow was $1.9B with adjusted free cash flow of $1.6B contributing to adjusted free cash flow conversion of 103%; raises FY21 EPS view to $9.70-$10.10 from $9.20-$9.70 (est. $9.81) and also boosts FY21 revenue view to up 7%-10% from up 5%-8% China is considering imposing more tariffs on steel exports as it seeks to cap domestic production and tame surging prices. Potential rates being discussed range from 10% to 25% and products include hot-rolled coil, according to two people familiar with the matter – Bloomberg (watch shares of $X, $STLD, $RS, $NUE) Axalta Coating ($AXTA) Q2 EPS $0.54 vs. est. $0.46; Q2 sales $1.13B vs. est. $1.08B; Q2 sales increased 72.6% year-over-year, including a 5.3% foreign currency benefit, driven by 56.4% higher volumes and 9.3% higher average price and product mix; sees FY 2021 adjusted eps $1.85-$2.00 vs. est. $2.06; sees FY adjusted Ebit $685-$725 mln and sees FY 2021 net sales growth about 20%-22% Hexcel Corp. ($HXL) 2Q adj EPS $0.08 vs est. $0.01 on sales $320Mm vs est. $324Mm, continues to withhold financial guidance Crane Co. ($CR) 2Q adj EPS $1.83 vs est. $1.38 on sales $796Mm vs est. $743.6Mm; guides FY adj EPS $5.95-6.15 vs est. $5.73, sees FY core sales +7-9%, sees FY net sales $3.1B vs est. $3.03B Packaging Corp. ($PKG) 2Q adj EPS $2.17 vs est. $1.78 on sales $1.9B vs est. $1.78B, guides 3Q EPS $2.37 vs est. $2.11 PotlatchDeltic ($PCH) Q2 EPS $2.77 vs. est. $2.52; Q2 revs $447.5M vs. est. $422.2M; Generated record Total Adjusted EBITDDA of $275.0M and Total Adjusted EBITDDA margin of 61%; historic lumber prices drove record Wood Products Adjusted EBITDDA of $204.6M Simpson Manufacturing ($SSD) Q2 EPS $1.66 vs. est. $1.60; Q2 revs $410.3M vs. est. $393.68M; raises FY21 CapEx view to $55M-$60M from $50M-$55M TFI International Inc. ($TFII) 2Q adj EPS $1.44 vs est. $0.96 on revs $1.84B vs est. $1.35B, increased qtrly dividend by 21% to $0.23/share
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UK Markets Finished higher yesterday, buoyed by gains in mining and banking sector stocks. Carnival added 3.3%, after the company announced that it would resume operations with 65% of its total fleet capacity by the end of 2021. IntegraFin Holdings rose 3.1%, after the company announced that its funds under direction advanced in the third quarter. easyJet edged up 0.9%, after the airline operator announced that it would increase flights to 60% of its pre-pandemic capacity during the summer holiday season. Anglo American added 0.7%, after reporting a rise in its production in the second quarter. On the other hand, Unilever slid 0.6%, following news that Israel warned the company of “severe consequences” after its subsidiary, Ben & Jerry’s announced that it would stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.5%, to close at 6,881.1, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.8%, to end at 22,119.5. . European Markets closed higher yesterday, on bargain hunting. Alfa Laval jumped 8.0%, after the industrial manufacturer’s second quarter profit surpassed analysts’ estimates. UBS Group climbed 5.3%, after the banking giant reported stronger than expected profits in the second quarter. Telenor advanced 3.8%, after the company upgraded its full year outlook. Alstom added 2.5%, after the speed train maker reported a rise in its sales in the first quarter. On the flipside, Electrolux declined 6.4%, after the home appliance maker reported lower operating profit in the second quarter and warned over worsening global supply chain problems in the coming months. Volvo fell 2.5%, after the company warned over production disruptions in the current year. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.5%, to settle at 1,723.3. The German DAX Xetra rose 0.5%, to settle at 15,216.3, while the French CAC-40 added 0.8%, to close at 6,346.9. . US Markets Finished higher yesterday, amid upbeat US corporate earnings reports. Simon Property Group climbed 7.2%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. Halliburton advanced 3.7%, after the company swung to a profit in the second quarter. Citizens Financial Group added 3.6%, after the company reported stronger than expected earnings in the second quarter. Apple rose 2.6%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to $166.0 per share from $155.0 per share. International Business Machines edged up 1.5%, after the company’s second quarter revenue and earnings came in above analysts’ forecast. On the other hand, PPG Industries dropped 4.4%, after the company warned that input and other costs would increase during the second quarter. Virgin Galactic Holdings fell 1.1%, after its peer, Blue Origin successfully launched its first manned flight with founder, Jeff Bezos aboard. The S&P 500 gained 1.5%, to settle at 4,323.1. The DJIA rose 1.6%, to settle at 34,512.0, while the NASDAQ added 1.6%, to close at 14,498.9. . Asian Markets I the whole are trading mostly lower this morning. In Japan, Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi motors have advanced 2.6% and 2.9%, respectively. Meanwhile, Fast Retailing and Kyowa Kirin have dropped 0.5% and 2.5%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Tencent Holdings and Meituan have fallen 1.4% and 1.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, China Mobile and BYD have risen 1.1% and 4.1%, respectively. In South Korea, Duksung and Dong-A ST have declined 5.7% and 12.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, SIMPAC and NeXT Science have climbed 8.2% and 17.0%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.5% higher at 27,523.8. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.5% down at 27,128.0, while the Kospi index is trading 0.4% lower at 3,221.0.
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UK Markets Finished mixed yesterday, as upbeat earnings result overshadowed losses in travel, banking and energy sector stocks. Howden Joinery Group advanced 3.6%, after the company reported stronger than expected revenues in the first half of the year. Dr. Martens added 1.4%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. EMIS Group rose 0.5%, after the healthcare software and systems provider reported upbeat trading update for the first half of the year. On the flip side, Redde Northgate dropped 1.6%, after the commercial vehicle hire business announced that it purchased charging equipment supply and installation specialist, Charged Electric Vehicles (Charged EV). British Land fell 1.6%. The property development and investment company announced that the rent collection and the activities at its retail parks improved to pre-pandemic level, amid ease in lockdown restrictions. The FTSE 100 marginally declined to close at 7,124.7, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.1%, to end at 22,926.8. . European Markets Closed mostly lower yesterday. Gerresheimer declined 8.9%. The German drug delivery devices maker reported a drop in its second quarter earnings. Fraport dropped 2.0%, following the release of traffic figures for the month of June. On the contrary, Nokia climbed 8.0%, after the telecom equipment maker reported upbeat results in the second quarter and stated that it would probably lift its annual guidance. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton rose 0.5%, after the company announced that it would form of a 50/50 joint venture with spirits company, Campari Group, to create a pan-European Wines & Spirits e-commerce business through Tannico. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.1%, to settle at 1,779.3. The German DAX Xetra marginally declined to settle at 15,789.6, while the French CAC-40 slightly fell to close at 6,558.5.. . US Markets Followed Europe lower yesterday, amid surge in the US consumer prices. Conagra Brands declined 5.4%, after the food producer lowered its annual profit forecast for 2022. Boeing dropped 4.2%, as the aerospace giant cut production of its 787 Dreamliners, after a new defect was detected on some of its jets. First Solar fell 1.6%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Buy’. Johnson & Johnson shed 0.1%, after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) added warning labels to the company’s Covid-19 vaccine, following reports of a rare neurological condition known as Guillain-Barre syndrome. On the other hand, PepsiCo rose 2.3%, as the beverage and snacks company issued an upbeat full year outlook, after reporting higher than expected profits in the second quarter. The S&P 500 slipped 0.4%, to settle at 4,369.2. The DJIA fell 0.3%, to settle at 34,888.8, while the NASDAQ shed 0.4%, to close at 14,677.7. . Asian Markets Trading lower this morning, following higher than expected rise in the US consumer prices. In Japan, Nippon Steel and Shiseido have dropped 2.5% and 3.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, DIC and Toppan Printing have advanced 1.9% and 2.8%, respectively. In Hong Kong, CITIC and BYD have fallen 2.3% and 5.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, Haidilao International Technology and CSPC Pharmaceutical Group have risen 2.7% and 3.6%, respectively. In South Korea, Jooyontech and Doosan Infracore have declined 7.1% and 8.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Dl Dongll and NPC have climbed 11.2% and 22.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.2% lower at 28,659.1. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.7% down at 27,776.2, while the Kospi index is trading 0.2% lower at 3,264.7 . Economic News . German CPI rose as expected in June In Germany, the CPI advanced 2.30% on a YoY basis in June, in line with market expectations and compared to a rise of 2.50% in the prior month. . US business optimism index climbed in June In the US, the business optimism index rose to 102.50 in June, compared to a reading of 99.60 in the previous month. . US CPI advanced more than expected in June In the US, the CPI advanced 5.40% on a YoY basis in June, compared to a rise of 5.00% in the prior month. Markets were expectingthe CPI to record an advance of 4.90%. . US budget deficit widened less than expected in June In the US, budget deficit widened to $174.00 billion in June, compared to a deficit of $132.00 billion in the previous month.Markets were expecting a budget deficit of $194.00 billion. . Australia’s consumer confidence index rose in July In Australia, the consumer confidence index advanced 1.50% in July, compared to a drop of 5.20% in the previous month.
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UK Markets Finishing higher on Friday, buoyed by gains in mining and banking sector stocks. Airline stocks such as Wizz Air Holdings and easyJet rose 1.0% and 1.8%, respectively, amid reports that Britain would scrap quarantine for fully-vaccinated arrivals in the coming weeks. Vectura Group climbed 14.0%, after tobacco giant, Philip Morris agreed to buy the pharmaceuticals company for £1.05 billion. Burberry advanced 3.8%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. Bunzl added 3.6%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. Electrocomponents rose 2.6%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to 1270.0p from 1170.0p. Victrex edged up 2.3%, after the polymer manufacturer reported a rise in its third quarter revenue and raised its revenue forecast. The FTSE 100 advanced 1.3%, to close at 7,121.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 1.1%, to end at 22,909.3. . European Markets Also finished higher on Friday, supported by gains in automaker and mining sector stocks. Volkswagen climbed 6.0%, after the carmaker reported an operating profit in the first half of the year. Airbus advanced 3.4%, after the plane maker reported a surge in jet deliveries in the first half of the year. On the other hand, CGG dropped 3.8%. The geoscience technology company announced that its planned asset monetisation and sale of businesses are expected to be completed in the fourth quarter. Salvatore Ferragamo slid 0.7%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Sell’ from ‘Neutral’. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 1.3%, to settle at 1,766.0. The German DAX Xetra rose 1.7%, to settle at 15,687.9, while the French CAC-40 added 2.1%, to close at 6,529.4. . US Markets Following Europe finished higher on Friday, led by gains in energy and financial sector stocks. Stamps.com rallied 64.0%, after the mailing and shipping company agreed to be acquired by software investment firm, Thoma Bravo in a deal worth around $6.6 billion. Discover Financial Services advanced 6.2%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on a stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. Altria Group added 2.1%, after the leading producer of tobacco and related products announced that it would sell its Ste. Michelle Wine Estates business to private equity firm, Sycamore Partners Management for about $1.2 billion. Levi Strauss rose 1.4%, after the denim maker reported higher than expected earnings in its second quarter. The S&P 500 gained 1.1%, to settle at 4,369.6. The DJIA rose 1.3%, to settle at 34,870.2, while the NASDAQ added 1%, to close at 14,701.9. . Asian Markets Starting the week trading higher this morning, tracking overnight gains on Wall Street. In Japan, Tokai Carbon and Amada have advanced 4.0% and 4.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, ANA Holdings and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha have dropped 0.6% and 1.9%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Meituan and BYD have risen 2.4% and 8.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, AIA Group and Tencent Holdings have fallen 0.8% and 1.6%, respectively. In South Korea, BooKook Steel and Jico have climbed 15.1% and 29.7%, respectively. Meanwhile, NCsoft and Century have declined 3.5% and 14.0%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 2.3% higher at 28,580.8. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.5% up at 27,491.6, while the Kospi index is trading 0.9% higher at 3,247.2
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UK Markets Closed in the green yesterday, supported by gains in mining sector stocks. Redrow advanced 3.2%, after the housebuilder forecasted 2022 revenues to exceed £2 billion, amid robust book orders and completion of a private rental sector project in London. On the flipside, 888 Holdings declined 6.5%, despite projecting its adjusted annual core profit to be slightly higher. Spire Healthcare Group dropped 4.8%, after the hospital operator postponed a vote on its takeover by Australia’s Ramsay Health Care, after shareholders Fidelity International and Toscafund Asset Management rejected a final improved offer. JD Wetherspoon fell 1.9%, after announcing that it still expects to report an annual loss. Royal Dutch Shell slid 0.6%. The company announced that it would boost returns to shareholders through share buybacks or dividends sooner than expected. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.7%, to close at 7,151.0, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.3%, to end at 22,970.2. . European Markets Finished higher yesterday, after the European Commission raised its growth forecasts for the Euro-zone. Nordic Entertainment Group climbed 6.3%, after the company received approval to display Premier League games in the Netherlands, Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania from 2022 to 2028. SAP advanced 3.5%, after a top broker double upgraded the stock to ‘Buy’. Electricite de France added 2.0%, after the power group raised its EBITDA forecast for 2021. On the other hand, Dufry fell 1.3%, as Autogrill denied reports of a potential tie-up with the duty-free retailer. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.8%, to settle at 1,772.5. The German DAX Xetra rose 1.2%, to settle at 15,692.7, while the French CAC-40 added 0.3%, to close at 6,527.7. . US Markets Finished higher yesterday, after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) minutes indicated that it may not tighten monetary policy soon. Biohaven Pharmaceutical Holding jumped 13.6%, after the company earned $93.0 million in sales in the second quarter of 2021 through its new migraine treatment. Boston Beer advanced 3.4%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Outperform’ from ‘Neutral’. On the other hand, Moderna declined 4.9%. The pharmaceutical company announced that it has started giving doses to patients in a Phase ½ clinical trial evaluating an experimental seasonal flu vaccine. Beyond Meat fell 3.6%, after a broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Hold’ from ‘Buy’. The S&P 500 gained 0.3%, to settle at 4,358.1. The DJIA rose 0.3%, to settle at 34,681.8, while the NASDAQ added 0%, to close at 14,665.1. . Asian Markets In all are trading lower this morning. In Japan, Komatsu and Inpex have dropped 2.5% and 3.4%, respectively. Meanwhile, KDDI and Hitachi Zosen have advanced 1.6% and 3.2%, respectively. In Hong Kong, CNOOC and PetroChina have fallen 4.4% and 5.4%, respectively. Meanwhile, MTR and BYD have risen 0.5% and 1.6%, respectively. In South Korea, Hyundai Wia and Jeju Air have declined 6.7% and 7.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Asiana Airlines and Seoul Food Industrial have climbed 7.1% and 9.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.5% lower at 28,212.2. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.9% down at 27,416.9, while the Kospi index is trading 0.6% lower at 3,265.1.
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/*============================================= = Monday June 07, 2021 = =============================================*/ Monday, June 7, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 30.00 0.09% 34,772 S&P 500 -4.25 0.10% 4,224 Nasdaq -45.50 0.33% 13,721 U.S. futures are mixed to start the trading week as the Dow rises, S&P little changed and Nasdaq futures slide about 45 points as shares of U.S. tech giants decline after the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies agreed this weekend to back a minimum global tax rate of at least 15% (watch shares of $AAPL, $AMZN, $FB, $GOOGL). Apple (AAPL) will kick off its annual Worldwide Developer Conference at 1 p.m. ET. In healthcare, all eyes on Biogen ($BIIB) as the company rises ahead of FDA decision on Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab as the FDA is set to decide on whether to approve company’s controversial Alzheimer’s disease drug. This weekend, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said President Joe Biden should push forward with his $4 trillion spending plans even if they cause an inflation spike into next year. She also told Bloomberg in an interview that slightly higher interest rates would be a plus. Other than that, a quiet day for economic data. Stocks climbed on Friday as the key May jobs report showed solid gains, boosting confidence in the economic comeback, while for the week, the S&P rose 0.62%, the Dow added 0.66%, the Nasdaq gained 0.48%. Bitcoin and most other top cryptocurrencies fell on Sunday on concerns that there may be a further crackdown on the industry in China and as a report from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. served as a reminder that institutional adoption may be a long process. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 77 points to settle at 29,020, the Shanghai Index rose 7 points to 3,599, and the Hang Seng Index slipped -130 points to 28,787. In Europe, the German DAX is up about 35 points to 15,725, while the FTSE 100 is up around 20 points to 7,090. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index jumped 37.04 points, or 0.88%, to 4,229.89 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 179.39 points, or 0.52%, to 34,756.39 The Nasdaq Composite surged 199.99 points, or 1.47%, to 13,814.49 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 7.16 points, or 0.31% to 2,286.41 Events Calendar for Today 3:00 PM EST Consumer Credit for April Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $GII Earnings After the Close: $BBCP, $COUP, $HQY, $MRVL, $MTN, $NAPA, $REVG, $SFIX Other Key Events: American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), 6/4-6/8 Deutsche Bank Global Consumer Conference (virtual), 6/7-6/10 Goldman Sachs Travel & Leisure Conference 2021 (virtual), 6/7-6/8 Oppenheimer Virtual Software & Semiconductor Bus Tour, 6/7-6/11 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.39 69.23 Brent -0.43 71.46 Gold -5.90 1,885.70 EUR/USD -0.0015 1.2152 JPY/USD -0.04 109.48 10-Year Note +0.019 1.579% World News The G7 reached a landmark deal on Saturday to squeeze more money out of multinational companies such as Amazon and Google and reduce their incentive to shift profits to low-tax offshore havens. Hundreds of billions of dollars could flow into the coffers of governments left cash-strapped by the COVID-19 pandemic after the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies agreed to back a minimum global corporate tax rate of at least 15%. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said President Joe Biden should push forward with his $4 trillion spending plans even if they trigger inflation that persists into next year and higher interest rates. “If we ended up with a slightly higher interest rate environment it would actually be a plus for society’s point of view and the Fed’s point of view,” Yellen said Sunday in an interview with Bloomberg News Sector News Breakdown Consumer Las Vegas is making a comeback according to Barron’s saying bookings at casino resorts have gone up, but convention and expo business still faces uncertainty after the pandemic. Among REITs, MGM Growth Properties ($MGP) and VICI Properties ($VICI) offer yields above 4%. Two major Las Vegas Strip players are MGM Resorts International ($MGM) and Caesars Entertainment ($CZR). Regional casinos Boyd Gaming ($BYD) and Red Rock Resorts ($RRR), which cater more to the local market, have gained more than MGM and Caesars since the end of last January. Avis Budget Group Inc ($CAR) board approved a $325 mln increase to company’s share repurchase authorization Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) said it received a notice of delinquency for late filing from the Nasdaq Stock Market because it has yet to file its 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31 Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc agreed to sell its Chinese baby-formula business to Primavera Capital Group for $2.2 billion as the company seeks to exit from the struggling sector. Reckitt will retain an 8% stake in the unit and sees net cash proceeds of about $1.3 billion Tesla ($TSLA) CEO Elon Musk told Twitter followers that the Plaid+ trim is “canceled” as the imminent, lower-priced ‘regular’ Plaid model is “just so good.” It’s the quickest production car ever, he claimed Energy, Industrials and Materials Peabody Energy ($BTU) files to say has entered into at market issuance sales agreement to offer and sell up to 12.5 mln shares of common stock Diana Shipping Inc. ($DSX) files for mixed shelf of up to $750 mln TimkenSteel ($TMST) announced it will increase base pricing on all special bar quality products by $50 per ton Trucker rating changes at Goldman Sachs as they upgraded CH Robinson ($CHRW) to Buy from Sell with a $108 price target saying asset-based truckload sector fundamentals are very robust right now with supply tight, demand strong and prices elevated, while the firm downgraded ArcBest (ARCB) to Neutral and Werner ($WERN) to Sell Financials Barron’s said Allegiance Bancshares ($ABTX), PNC Financial Services Group ($PNC), Pinnacle Financial Partners ($PNFP), SVB Financial Group ($SIVB) are banks that operate in regions where growth is booming, and they can benefit from loan growth sooner Realty Income Corp ($O) files mixed securities shelf Essex Property ($ESS) raises low end of core FFO guidance for Q2 and FY21 as now sees Q2 core FFO of $2.92-3.00 (prior: $2.84-3.00) vs. a consensus of $2.98; sees FY21 core FFO of $12.02-12.46 (prior: $11.46-$12.46) vs. $12.23 consensus. Visa ($V) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at Piper Sandler and up tgt to $260 from $234 Healthcare Biogen ($BIIB) rises ahead of FDA decision on Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab as the FDA is set to decide on whether to approve company’s controversial Alzheimer’s disease drug. If approved, Biogen’s aducanumab would be the first treatment in more than a decade to treat the disease (other companies with Alzheimer treatments include $AVXL, $PRTA, $SAVA) ChromaDex Corp. ($CDXC) announced the launch of its flagship consumer product Tru Niagen(R) in Walmart, available in 3,800 stores across the United States. Walmart is the first major U.S. retailer to bring this well-studied healthy aging nutrient to stores Fate Therapeutics ($FATE) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at H.C. Wainwright Liminal BioSciences ($LMNL) shares jumped post-market Friday after the U.S. FDA approved Ryplazim for the treatment of patients with plasminogen deficiency type 1 (hypoplasminogenia) Iovance Biotherapeutics ($IOVA) announced updated clinical data for lifileucel from Cohort 2 in the C-144-01 clinical study in patients with advanced melanoma. The data were presented in an oral presentation at the ASCO 2021 Annual Meeting Novartis ($NVS) announced Phase 2 primary endpoint data showing investigational iptacopan – a first-in-class, oral, targeted factor B inhibitor – reduced protein in the urine, an increasingly recognized surrogate marker correlating with progression to kidney failure, and showed promise in stabilizing kidney function in patients with IgA nephropathy, or IgAN Technology, Media & Telecom Apple ($AAPL) will debut major software updates for the iPhone and iPad at its developers’ conference this week Software maker PTC ($PTC) is up 60% over the past two years, but it has more upside as it seeks to dominate the Internet of Things, Barron’s says. Autodesk ($ADSK) confirmed that it has submitted a non-binding proposal to acquire all the outstanding shares of common stock of Altium ($ALMFF) for A$38.50 Flextronics ($FLEX) forecasted that the chip shortage disrupting the car industry and the supply of consumer technology products will last until at least mid-2022 – Financial Times reported
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Estoy viendo 👀 BYD, ABBV, APTV, BILL, CDW, KEYS, LB, NKE, PYPL, SBUX, SYK, TCF, VMC, CDW
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i expect that THEY HAVE FOUND OUT HALF THEIR STAFF ARE ccp agenets collecting info for BYD ETC
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BYD bildet womoeglich eine schulter-kopf-schulter formation aus. auf jeden fall sollte man BYD langsam auf die watchlist nehmen
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After Market Close: AAT, ACCO, ACGL, AMD, AMGN, APAM, ARAY, ATEN, ATNI, ATRC, AWRE, BXP, BYD, CALX, CASH, CB, CHE, CHRW, CIEL3.BR, COF, CS.CA, CSGP, CYBE, EGP, EHC, EIX, ENPH, EQR, ESS, FCNCA, FCPT, FEYE, FFIC, FFIV, FIBK, FM.CA, FN.CA, FTI, GOOGL, HA, HAFC, HIW, HOPE, HRZN, HVT, IEX, ILMN, JNPR, LAIX, LBC, LBRT, LDL, MANH, MATX, MDLZ, MRC, MRG.UN.CA, MSFT, MXIM, NAVI, NCR, NOV, OKE, OLN, OMAB, PFG, PINS, PPD, PSB, QCRH, QTS, RNST, ROIC, RRD, RXN, SBUX, SES.CA, SPFI, SYK, TENB, TER, TFII.CA, TRMK, TRMT, TX, TXN, UDR, USNA, V, VBTX, WSBC, YUMC - Source TradeTheNews.com
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buffet is investor in BYD
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interesting article on EV china and BYD if interested
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Founded in 1975, Boyd Gaming Corporation is a leading geographically diversified operator of 29 gaming entertainment properties in 10 states. The Company is also a strategic partner and 5% equity owner of FanDuel Group, the nation's leading sports-betting and iGaming operator. With one of the most experienced leadership teams in the casino industry, Boyd Gaming prides itself on offering its guests an outstanding entertainment experience, delivered with unwavering attention to customer service.
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HQ: 3883 Howard Hughes Pkwy Fl 9th Las Vegas, 89169-0974 Nevada