$CALM

Cal-Maine Foods, Inc.

  • NASDAQ
  • Consumer Non-Durables
  • Food: Specialty/Candy
  • Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
  • Chicken Egg Production

PRICE

$50.15 โ–ฒ1.498%

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VOLUME

317,549

DAY RANGE

49.22 - 50.29

52 WEEK

33.77 - 59.81

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Stocks rise as calm returns after heavy selloff

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no play ! just be calm and watch > @dros said: what's the play

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it was a light and calm scalp session too. ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ @Mazi_P

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it's calm cool and collected today

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lmao, Way to calm down markets Bostic

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Bitcoin's got 3 strikes, but investors remain calm despite price drop https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-s-got-3-strikes-but-investors-remain-calm-despite-price-drop

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By Bozorgmehr Sharafedin LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices fell around $7 a barrel on Monday as investors pinned hopes on diplomatic efforts between Ukraine and Russia to end their conflict, while a surge in COVID-19 cases in China spooked the markets. Brent was down by $6.78, or 6%, at $105.89 a barrel at 1358 GMT and U.S. crude fell $7.01, or 6.4%, to $102.32. Both benchmarks have surged since Russia's Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine and are up roughly 40% in the year to date. Ukrainian and Russian negotiators are set to talk again on Monday via video link. Negotiators had given their most upbeat assessments after weekend negotiations, suggesting there could be positive results within days. "Beside new talks between Ukraine and Russia, I guess new lockdowns in China are the reason for a negative start of the week for crude oil," said UBS analyst Giovanni Staunovo. A northeastern Chinese province on Monday imposed a rare travel ban on its population as the region's Omicron outbreak helped drive China's tally of new local COVID-19 cases so far this year higher than the total in 2021. "Oil prices might continue moderating this week as investors have been digesting the impact of sanctions on Russia, along with parties showing signs of negotiation towards (a) ceasefire," said Tina Teng, an analyst at CMC Markets. Russia's output of oil and gas condensate rose to 11.12 million barrels per day (bpd) so far in March, two sources familiar with production data told Reuters, despite sanctions. The United States has announced a ban on Russian oil imports and Britain said it would phase them out by the end of 2022. Russia is the world's top exporter of crude and oil products combined, shipping about 7 million bpd or 7% of global supplies. A senior minister said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was trying to persuade Saudi Arabia to increase its oil output, while International Energy Agency (IEA) chief Fatih Birol urged oil-producing countries to pump more. India said it would take "appropriate" steps to calm the rise in oil prices, indicating the country could release more oil from its national stocks if required. Indian officials also said New Delhi was considering a Russian offer to buy its crude oil and other commodities at discounted prices via a rupee-rouble transaction. Meanwhile, investors are watching this week's meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve, which is expected to start raising interest rates, a move that would boost the dollar and could push down oil prices. A stronger greenback makes dollar-denominated oil more expensive for holders of foreign currencies.

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@Navneet #droscrew
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well im just sitting calm ! not doing anything and working !

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I need to calm down on preempting the break though

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Bitcoin inches past $38K as Wall Street opens to strange calm on Russia sanctions https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-inches-past-38k-as-wall-street-opens-to-strange-calm-on-russia-sanctions

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By Andrew Osborn and Polina Nikolskaya MOSCOW/DONETSK (Reuters) -Germany froze a new gas pipeline and Britain hit Russian banks with sanctions on Tuesday, as the West responded to Moscow's recognition of two separatist regions in Ukraine and a speech by President Vladimir Putin suggesting more belligerent aims. Russia's parliament approved treaties with the two breakaway regions in Ukraine's east, a day after Putin announced he was recognising the independence of enclaves controlled by Russian-backed fighters since 2014. The prospect of a disruption to energy supplies and fears of war, stoked by reports of shelling and movements of unmarked tanks in the city of Donetsk, rattled international markets and sent oil prices surging to their highest level since 2014. Germany is Russia's biggest customer for natural gas, and the decision by Chancellor Olaf Scholz to halt the Nord Stream 2 pipeline -- built but still not opened -- was widely seen as one of the strongest measures Europe could take. Scholz said he had asked the economy ministry to take steps to ensure that certification could not take place for now. "This is a morally, politically and practically correct step in the current circumstances," Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba tweeted. "True leadership means tough decisions in difficult times. Germany's move proves just that." Putin said Russia would keep global gas supplies flowing. "Russia aims to continue uninterrupted supplies, including liquefied natural gas, to the world markets, improve related infrastructure and increase investments in the gas sector," he said in written remarks for a gas summit in Qatar. EU DISCUSSES SANCTIONS EU foreign ministers in Paris were discussing sanctions that would hit Russian banks. Britain announced sanctions on three Russian billionaires and five of its banks. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was "inconceivable" that the European Champions League soccer final could go ahead in Russia as scheduled in May. The United States has discussed sanctions, but so far limited to measures directly related to the separatist regions, apparently preferring to keep a much larger planned sanctions package against Russia itself in reserve for now. Russia's recognition of the separatist areas, and Putin's authorisation of "peacekeeping" troops there, still stops far short of the massed large scale invasion that Western countries have said for weeks they fear Moscow is planning. It leaves Western leaders guessing as to Putin's intentions for a force of up to 190,000 troops deployed on Ukraine's borders. But Western countries saw ominous signs in Putin's rambling televised address on Monday, in which he characterised the Ukrainian leadership as illegitimate and the Ukrainian state as artificial, and wrongly wrested from Moscow after the fall of the Soviet Union. Ukrainians consider such descriptions offensive and false. Kyiv is older than Moscow and, while parts of Ukraine were captured by Russian tsars, other parts were not ruled by Moscow until World War Two. Kristina Kvien, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, said Putin's "outrageous statements about Ukraine and the Ukrainian people were delusional, reflecting a warped vision reminiscent, not of a global leader, but of Europe's worst authoritarians." President Volodymr Zelenskiy said Ukraine may sever diplomatic ties with Russia and urged allies not to wait for a further escalation to impose sanctions. Russian parliamentary approval of friendship treaties with the two regions could pave the way for Moscow to build military bases there. The Kremlin said it hoped Russia's recognition would help restore calm and that Moscow remained open to diplomacy with the United States and other countries. MORE VIOLENCE Ukraine said two soldiers had been killed and 12 wounded in shelling by pro-Russian separatists in the east in the past 24 hours, and reported new hostilities on Tuesday morning. U.S. President Joe Biden signed an executive order to halt U.S. business activity in the breakaway regions. "We've got to ensure that, whatever happens, Russia will feel the pain ... to make sure Russia has absolutely no incentive to go further," said Ireland's Europe minister, Thomas Byrne. The West, which imposed sanctions on Russia after it annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, appears likely to hold back on its toughest sanctions for now. A U.S. official said deployment of Russian troops to the breakaway regions did not merit the harshest sanctions Washington and its allies have prepared in the event of a full-scale invasion, as Russia already had troops there. EU sanctions could include putting hundreds of politicians and officials on black lists, a ban on trading in Russian state bonds and an import and export ban on separatist entities, EU diplomats and officials said. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov brushed off the threat of sanctions. "Our European, American, British colleagues will not stop and will not calm down until they have exhausted all their possibilities for the so-called punishment of Russia," he said. The Russian-backed separatists in Donetsk and Luhansk broke away from Ukrainian government control in 2014 and proclaimed themselves independent "people's republics" after a pro-Moscow Ukrainian president was ousted in Kyiv. It was not immediately clear whether Russian troops would stay in territory controlled by the separatists, or seek to capture territory beyond them, a move that would increase the likelihood of conflict.

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By Rowena Edwards LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices were stable around $90 a barrel on Wednesday, as the prospect of increased supply from Iran and the United States pressured the market. Brent crude futures edged up 44 cents, or 0.5%, to $91.22 a barrel by 1504 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude rose 28 cents, or 0.3%, to $89.64 a barrel. The contracts slid about 2% on Tuesday as Washington resumed indirect talks with Iran to revive a nuclear deal. An agreement could lift U.S. sanctions on Iranian oil and quickly add supply to the market, although a number of vital issues need to be resolved. "If US-Iran talks continue to progress, this level should come under some pressure, while a collapse of negotiations could be the catalyst that drives the price towards triple-figure territory," said Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at OANDA. Market sentiment took a hit from the latest monthly report from the Energy Information Administration, which raised its outlook for U.S. crude production to average 11.97 million bpd this year. More data from the U.S. EIA will be available at 10:30 a.m. EST (1530 GMT). Furthermore, industry worries over geopolitical risks appeared to reduce on Wednesday, several analysts said. "The concerns about a further escalation of the Russia-Ukraine conflict appear to have eased somewhat following the latest diplomatic efforts, which is reducing the risk premium on the oil price," said Commerzbank (DE:CBKG) commodities analyst Carsten Fritsch. French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday he believed steps could be taken to de-escalate the crisis after a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and called on all sides to stay calm. The market has seen some support from bullish U.S. inventory data. U.S. crude, gasoline and distillate stocks fell last week, according to market sources citing American Petroleum Institute figures on Tuesday. Crude inventories fell 2 million barrels, according to API, versus analysts' expectations of a 400,000-barrel increase.

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@Navneet #droscrew
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now you decide what u wanna play or just sit calm

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Ex-FinCEN Officials Urge Calm After US Treasuryโ€™s 'Unhosted Wallet' Regulation Proposal Returns https://cryptonews.com/news/ex-fincen-officials-urge-calm-after-us-treasurys-unhosted-wallet-regulation-proposal-returns.htm

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option pricing is ridiculous..i may not trade again this week..things need to calm down i will just go buy a lottery ticket for a buck

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@scottzman #droscrew
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I like your calm head

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@dros #droscrew
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seems like things just need to calm down

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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looks like it must have, nice job staying calm

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watching bounce...be calm

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I see The Bird Flu is back again and is causing problems in Israel. If it stays away from US could be a good little play for $CALM or $VITL.

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calm down guys still running๐Ÿ˜Š

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getting that calm before the storm feeling

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**@APompliano:** โ€œBe like a duck. Calm on the surface, but always paddling like the dickens underneath.โ€ โ€” Michael Caine https://twitter.com/APompliano/status/1466414853363544086

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By Marius Zaharia and Renju Jose HONG KONG/SYDNEY (Reuters) -Drugmaker Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA)'s CEO set off fresh alarm bells in financial markets on Tuesday after he warned that COVID-19 vaccines were unlikely to be as effective against the Omicron variant as they have been against the Delta version. Crude oil futures shed more than a dollar, the Australian currency hit a year low, and Nikkei gave up gains as Stรฉphane Bancel's comments spurred fears that vaccine resistance could lead to more sickness and hospitalisations, prolonging the pandemic. [MKTS/GLOB][USD/][O/R] "There is no world, I think, where (the effectiveness) is the same levelโ€‰.โ€‰.โ€‰. we had with Delta," Moderna CEO Bancel told the Financial Times https://www.ft.com/content/27def1b9-b9c8-47a5-8e06-72e432e0838f in an interview. "I think it's going to be a material drop. I just don't know how much because we need to wait for the data. But all the scientists I've talked toโ€‰.โ€‰.โ€‰. are like 'this is not going to be good'," Bancel said. Moderna did not reply to a Reuters' request for comment on the interview and on when it expects to have data on the effectiveness of its vaccine against Omicron, which the World Health Organization (WHO) says carries a "very high" risk https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/omicron-poses-very-high-global-risk-countries-must-prepare-who-2021-11-29 of infection surges. Bancel had earlier said on CNBC https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSL4N2SK37Y that there should be more clarity on the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines against Omicron in about two weeks, and that it could take months to begin shipping a vaccine that work against the new variant. The WHO and scientists https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/how-fast-does-it-spread-scientists-ask-whether-omicron-can-outrun-delta-2021-11-29 have also said it could take days to several weeks to understand the level of severity of the variant and its potential to escape protection against immunity induced by vaccines. "Vaccination will likely still keep you out of the hospital," said John Wherry, director of the Penn Institute for Immunology in Philadelphia. The uncertainty about the new variant has triggered global alarm, with border closures casting a shadow over a nascent economic recovery from a two-year pandemic. News of its emergence wiped roughly $2 trillion off the value of global stocks on Friday, but some calm was restored this week as investors waited for more data on Omicron. Remarks by President Joe Biden that the United States would not reinstate lockdowns had also helped soothe markets before comments from the Moderna CEO spooked investors. Biden has called for wider vaccination, while the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has urged everyone aged 18 years and older to get a booster shot. Britain too has expanded its COVID-19 booster programme amid Omicron fears. First reported on Nov. 24 from South Africa, Omicron has since spread to over a dozen countries. Japan, the world's third-largest economy, has confirmed its first case. HONG KONG EXPANDS CURBS Countries around the world have moved quickly to tighten border controls to prevent a recurrence of last year's strict lockdowns and steep economic downturns. Hong Kong has expanded a ban on entry for non-residents from several countries. It said non-residents from Angola, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Zambia would not be allowed to enter as of Nov. 30. Additionally, it said non-residents who have been to Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Israel and Italy in the past 21 days would not be allowed to enter the city from Dec. 2. The global financial hub, among the last places pursuing a zero-COVID strategy, has already banned non-residents arriving from South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe. In Australia, five travellers tested positive for Omicron. Singapore's health ministry said two travellers from Johannesburg who tested positive for the variant in Sydney had transited through its Changi https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/singapore-says-two-travellers-sydney-with-omicron-transited-changi-2021-11-30 airport. Australian authorities have also identified a sixth traveller who was most likely infected with the variant and had spent time in the community. Canberra delayed on Monday the reopening of the nation's borders for international students and skilled migrants, less than 36 hours before they were due to be allowed back in. "We're doing this out of an abundance of caution but our overwhelming view is that whilst (Omicron) is an emerging variant, it is a manageable variant," Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said. The global curbs on travellers from southern Africa also raised concerns about vaccine inequality. "The people of Africa cannot be blamed for the immorally low level of vaccinations available in Africa โ€“ and they should not be penalized for identifying and sharing crucial science and health information with the world," U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/un-chief-concerned-about-southern-africa-isolation-over-omicron-2021-11-29 in a statement. India, home to the world's largest vaccine maker, has approved supplies of COVID-19 vaccines to many African countries and said it stands ready to "expeditiously" send more. China too has pledged https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/chinas-xi-pledges-10-bln-credit-line-african-financial-institutions-2021-11-29 1 billion doses to the continent.

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By Dhara Ranasinghe LONDON (Reuters) - A semblance of calm returned to world markets on Monday as investors waited for more details to assess the severity of the Omicron coronavirus variant on the world economy, allowing battered stocks and oil prices to rebound. European shares rallied over 1%, U.S. stock futures pointed to a firm Wall Street open, oil prices bounced more than $3 and safe-haven bonds lost ground as markets latched onto hopes the new variant of concern would prove milder than initially feared. News of the variant triggered alarm and a sell-off on Friday that wiped roughly $2 trillion off the value of global stocks, as countries slapped on new curbs for fear it could resist vaccinations and upend a nascent economic re-opening after a two-year global pandemic. Omicron has now been found as far afield as Canada and Australia. The World Health Organisation said Monday the heavily mutated variant poses a very high risk of infection surges. Still, investors drew comfort from signs that its impact may not be as grave as feared. In Southern Africa, where the new strain was detected last week, a top infectious disease expert said existing COVID-19 vaccines are probably effective at preventing severe disease and hospitalisation. Though experts said it was too early to say for certain how severe the illness caused by the variant will be, a South African doctor who was one of the first to suspect a new strain said on Sunday patients so far appeared to have mild symptoms. "We're all still reaching around in the dark and will need more data, but things do seem a bit more hopeful than they were on Friday," said BlueBay Asset Management CIO Mark Dowding. Graphic: Morning bid - https://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/ S&P 500 futures added 0.85% and Nasdaq futures, 1%. Both indexes suffered their sharpest fall in months on Friday with travel and airline stocks hit hard. Europe's STOXX 600 index rallied 1%, having on Friday suffered its biggest one-day fall since June 2020. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan eased 0.4%, but found support ahead of its 2021 low. Japan's blue-chip Nikkei fell 1.6% as the country moved to bar foreigners to head off the Omicron strain. And having plunged more than 10% on Friday in their biggest one-day drop since April 2020, oil prices rallied more than 4%. Brent crude oil futures stood at around $76 a barrel, U.S. crude rose 4.9% to $71.46. Speculation that oil producing group OPEC and its allies, known as OPEC+, may pause an output increase in response to the spread of Omicron aided the oil price rebound. Graphic: Brent bounce - https://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/ SHIFTING EXPECTATIONS European Central Bank policymakers sought to reassure investors rattled by the new coronavirus variant, arguing that the euro zone's economy had learned to cope with successive waves of the pandemic. This encouraged a move out of safe-haven bond markets, which had rallied on Friday as investors priced in the risk of a slower start to rate hikes from the U.S. Federal Reserve, and less tightening by some other central banks. Two-year Treasury yields edged up to 0.54%, after falling 14 basis points on Friday in the biggest drop since March last year. Fed fund futures had pushed the first rate rise out by a month or so. European sovereign bond yields rose , with latest inflation numbers highlighting the challenges ahead for the ECB. German inflation is set to surpass the 5% threshold in November for the first time in nearly three decades, regional data from several states suggested on Monday. The shift in rate expectations has undermined the dollar, to the benefit of the safe-haven Japanese yen and Swiss franc. On Monday, the dollar steadied at around 113.45 yen, after sliding 1.7% on Friday. The dollar index held at 96.18, after Friday's 0.7% drop. The euro was struggling again at $1.1291, following its rally from $1.1203 late last week. Agnรจs Belaisch, chief strategist Europe at Barings Investment Institute, said that as Fed hikes get priced out and the dollar weakens, currencies such as the euro and yen should benefit. "Safe assets will keep a bid and duration will be a good place to position again," she said. "Careful investors would want to take some profit in equities after a good run -- the reopening trade will come back later, hopefully with a revenge." Turkey's lira meanwhile slid over 4%, nearing recent record lows versus the dollar, after President Tayyip Erdogan said he will never defend interest rate hikes nor compromise on the issue.

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`CEOs` **@charliebilello:** The S&P 500 fell 2.3% on Friday, its 5th 2-3% decline of the year. This has been a relatively calm year for US equities. There has yet to be a daily decline of more than 3% - in 2020 we saw that 16 times. $SPX https://t.co/qwvNPnRnyO https://twitter.com/charliebilello/status/1464984717208571916

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U.S. futures are edging higher, looking to add to the gains from Thursday, but major averages remain on track to snap their 5-week winning streak after a sharp pullback Wednesday off all-time highs due to rising inflation fears renewed concerns the economy is going to quick too fast and the Fed may need to โ€œpump the brakesโ€ sooner than later with interest rate hikes (fed fund futures now pointing to a June โ€™22 star). The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq ended higher on Thursday, boosted by chipmakers after high inflation numbers dampened investor sentiment and put the brakes on a streak of record closing highs. U.S. Treasury bond yields remain calm after reopening (closed yesterday for Veteranโ€™s Day), with the 10-year yield still under 1.6%. European stocks were steady with U.S. futures, while Asian shares rose at the end of a volatile week. Meanwhile, U.S. officials have warned European Union counterparts that Russia may be weighing a potential invasion of Ukraine, according to multiple people familiar with the matter. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 1.1% to 29,609, the Shanghai Index gained +0.18% to 3,539, and the Hang Seng Index gained about 0.32% to settle at 25,327. In Europe, the German DAX is up about +0.2% to 16,110, while the FTSE 100 is down roughly-0.4% at 7,350. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 2.56 points, or 0.06%, to 4,649.27 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -158.71 points, or 0.44%, to 35,921.23 The Nasdaq Composite jumped 81.58 points, or 0.52%, to 15,704.28 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 19.56 points, or 0.82% to 2,409.14 Events Calendar for Today 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Confidence, Nov-P 10:00 AM ET JOLTs Job Openings for September 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: BKKT, EMAN, HYZN, MOTS, MRAM, NXTD, PLXP, ROLL, SOHO, SPB, TH, VIVO Other Key Events: American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases Meeting, 11/12-11/15 ($virtual) American Academy of Ophthalmology 2021 Conference, 11/12-11/15, New Orleans Baird 51st Annual Global Industrial Conference, 11/9-11/12 ($virtual) Jefferies 2nd Annual Global Interactive Entertainment Conference, 11/11-11/12 ($virtual) Morgan Stanley Global Chemicals, Agriculture & Packaging Conference, 11/10-11/12 ($virtual) REITWorld 2021 Annual Conference, 11/9-11/12 ($virtual) Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer, 11/10-11/14, in Washington D.C. World News The U.S. has warned that Russian forces are amassing near the Ukrainian border. The U.S. has sounded the alarm, warned EU allies that Moscow may be planning to invade Ukraine, though Russia said the military deployments are on its territory and denies any aggressive intentions Eurozone Sept Industrial Production beat: -0.2% m/m vs -0.5% consensus, 5.2% y/y vs 4.1% consensus German Oct Wholesale Prices higher: 1.6% m/m vs 0.8% previous, 15.2% y/y vs 13.2% previous **Sector News Breakdown** **Consumer** Blink Charging ($BLNK) 3Q EPS ($0.36) vs est. ($0.29) on revs $6.4Mm vs est. $4.7Mm, says 3,016 charging stations contracted or sold in 3Q +351% YoY Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) Q3 EPS ($0.54) vs est. ($0.59); now expect commercial production and deliveries of its Endurance pickup truck will begin in Q3 of 2022 Volkswagen AG ($VWAGY) reports October global sales slumped 33.5% to 600,900 vehicles; YTD global sales up 2% to 7.55M vehicles; China sales slipped 37.2% to 236,500 vehicles for the month. **Energy, Industrials and Materials** Astra Space, Inc., ($ASTR) Q3 EPS ($6c) vs est. ($16c), adj EBITDA ($32.9M) vs est. ($33.5M); preparing to perform a test launch for the SpaceForce in coming week or so, subject to readiness of launch conditions; sees Q4 adj EBITDA ($44M)-($40M) vs est. ($33.7M) Ballard Power Systems ($BLDP) agrees to buy 100% of Arcola Energy, a UK-based systems engineering company specializing in hydrogen fuel cell powertrain and vehicle systems integration for total upfront and earn-out cash and share consideration of up to $40M Sundial Growers ($SNDL) rises after the Canadian cannabis producer announced a $100m share buyback alongside quarterly results **Healthcare** Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) plans to split into two companies, according to the WSJ. The companyโ€™s consumer division, which includes Band-Aid and Tylenol, will be separated from the pharmaceutical and medical-devices businesses under the plan, according to the report. J&J will shed its consumer division in 18 to 24 months Biogen Incโ€™s ($BIIB) said late-stage studies found that its Alzheimerโ€™s drug Aduhelm significantly lowered blood levels of an abnormal form of the protein tau. Tau forms toxic tangles of nerve fibers associated with the mind-wasting disease and is a target of experimental Alzheimerโ€™s drug AstraZeneca ($AZN) Q3 core Ebit of $2.28 billion was 14% below consensus, reflecting a lower gross margin while sales were 1% below consensus, with many key growth drivers shy of expectations Co-Diagnostics ($CODX) Q3 EPS $0.38 vs. est. $0.21; Q3 revs $30.1M vs. est. $24.32M; guides FY21 EPS $1.07-$1.16 vs. est. $0.98; sees FY21 revenue $96.0M-$100.0M vs. est. $95.21M. **Technology, Media & Telecom** Luminar Technologies Inc. ($LAZR) 3Q adj EPS ($0.10) vs est. ($0.10) on revs $8Mm vs est. $8.9Mm; Cash, Cash Equivalents and Marketable Securities were $544.9M as of September 30, 2021, putting the company on track to meet its goal of ending the year with more cash than starting cash of $485.7M Phunware ($PHUN) 3Q EPS $0.01 vs est. ($0.04) on revs $2.2Mm vs est. $2.3Mm; says raised more than $65Mm and now holds approx 129 Bitcoin, committed to growing and digital currency holdings in future; says expect to add decentralized finance (defi) to corporate treasury activities

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and logistics calm down

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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks slipped on Thursday as the upbeat mood that carried the Dow Jones and bitcoin to records a day earlier fizzled out, while a pause in the oil rally stalled rising global bond yields. Other major action saw Turkey's lira backflip to new lows after the country's central bank slashed interest rates again and default-threatened China Evergrande's shares plunged 11.5% after a $2.6 billion stake sale fell through. Other risk and commodity-sensitive currencies such as the Australian and New Zealand dollars and South African rand also hit the skids, giving the safe-haven Japanese yen a rare lift after it had fallen to a four-year low versus the dollar. [/FRX] "There is little bit of risk aversion," said Societe Generale (OTC:SCGLY)'s Kit Juckes, who pointed to the higher yen and the fact that both European stocks and Wall Street S&P 500 futures were both in the red. On the lira's woes, veteran emerging market watcher Tim Ash at BlueBay said the message Turkey's central bank head had delivered with the rate cut was, "I listen to Erdogan and no one else. Screw you guys!" Commodities also eased, with Brent crude futures down 1.2% after touching a three-year top and Chinese coal futures extending a sharp pullback after Beijing had signalled it would intervene to cool prices. "The U.S. stock market has gone up for six days in a row, bitcoin's made a record and the U.S. bond market is calm. On the surface it looks benign," said Andrew Ticehurst, a rates strategist at Nomura in Sydney. "But below the surface, we are uncomfortable about a number of things," he added, chiefly the slowdown in China's economy seen in data earlier this week and concerns about potential fallout from Evergrande's troubles. Evergrande will default on $19 billion of international market bonds if it doesn't make an already overdue coupon payment by Monday. It would the biggest ever Chinese default and one of the world's largest too. Lehman Brothers' collapse added up to $35 billion. Late on Wednesday, Evergrande confirmed it had abandoned plans to sell a $2.6 billion stake in its property services unit. Its shares ended down 11.5% in Hong Kong. Rival developer Kaisa, which was the first Chinese firm to default in 2015, was seeing its bonds hammered again too as worries mount about its fate. It wasn't all bad news though. Financial news provider REDD reported that Evergrande had secured an extension on one of its lower-profile bonds. Shares in some other Chinese developers also drew support after a number of top Chinese officials had given reassurances that the troubles would not be allowed to spin out of control. [.SS] " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> TALKING TURKEY Turkey's lira dropped 2% against the dollar and was by far the worst performer in FX markets as the central bank cut interest rates down to 16% from 18%.The policy rate had been cut by a percentage point last month, with the lira already on a run of record lows, after another major ousting of policymakers underlined worries about the bank's independence from the government. "We have seen strong outflows from debt in the last three weeks, probably due to uncertainty with the currency and increased risk perception," IIF economist Jonathan Fortun told Reuters. " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> Wall Street futures were down 0.3% after a blizzard of earnings had helped the Dow Jones touch an all-time high on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 finishing within touching distance of a record too. The VIX volatility index, sometimes referred to as Wall Street's "fear gauge", also ticked up having dropped to a two-month low the previous day. But a soft finish on the Nasdaq had flowed through to tech-stock selling in Tokyo which fell 1.9% and in Hong Kong, where the Hang Seng fell 0.5%. In the government bond markets that drive global borrowing costs, longer-dated U.S. Treasury yields were just starting to stir again steadied after rising with inflation and growth expectations on Wednesday. After a groggy start, the benchmark 10-year U.S. yield was nudged the previous day's five-month high of 1.6730% again, while Germany's 10-year yield, the benchmark for Europe, was fractionally higher at a still negative -0.10%. "The strong focus on the volatile (bond) curve environment in the euro area looks set to stay, at least until next week's ECB Governing Council meeting," UniCredit analysts told clients. Investors have figured that surging energy prices and tightening job markets will pressure top central banks such as the U.S. Fed and ECB to either raise interest rates or at least rein in the stimulus. Fed funds futures have priced a 25 basis point U.S. rate hike in the third quarter of 2022 while eurodollar markets expect higher rates as soon as the second quarter. Graphic: Global asset performance http://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/#section/assets " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> Graphic: World FX rates http://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/

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10 minutes to start. Keep calm please

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Wednesday, September 29, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 191.00 0.56% 34,366 S&P 500 30.25 0.69% 4,373 Nasdaq 134.50 0.91% 14,899 U.S. stock futures are looking higher, bouncing after the S&P posted its worst drop in months, as Treasury yields ease back below 1.5% for the 10-year and markets remain hopeful that negotiations tied to the debt ceiling and the infrastructure take a turn for the better. The S&P 500 500 suffered the biggest one-day percentage drop since May 12 and the Nasdaq Composite closes with biggest one-day percentage drop since March 18 as all three major U.S. stock indexes slid nearly 2% or more, with interest rate sensitive tech and tech-adjacent stocks weighing heaviest as investors lost their risk appetite. Rising Treasury yields and deepening inflation concerns dampened risk appetite particularly pressuring growth stocks, along with rising fears of Fed asset tapering shortly and the drama in D.C. regarding the debt ceiling deadline and upcoming infrastructure bill vote later this week. Tech getting a bounce after semiconductor ASML raised guidance overnight, while MU slips after guiding next quarter results below analyst views. The 10-year yield at overnight lows, dropping below 1.5% (off highs of 1.56%), giving a boost to Nasdaq Futures up nearly 1%. European equities trade well, bouncing after Tuesdayโ€™s sell-off so far as the Stoxx 600 adds as much as 1.1% (after falling 2% Tuesday). The Nikkei Index tumbled -639 points (2.12%) to 29,544, the Shanghai Index fell -65 points (1.83%) to 3,536 and the Hang Seng Index gained 163 points to 24,663. In Europe, the German DAX is up 165 points to 15,410, while the FTSE 100 rises 60 points to 7,090. All eyes remain on Washington with a vote on the infrastructure packing set for tomorrow, that holds the fate of the debt ceiling in it as well (for now). Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index plunged -90.48 points, or 2.04%, to 4,352.63 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -569.38 points, or 1.63%, to 34,299.99 The Nasdaq Composite sunk -423.29 points, or 2.83%, to 14,546.68 The Russell 2000 Index declined -51.23 points, or 2.25% to 2,229.78 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 10:00 AM ET Pending Home Sales MoM for Aug 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: CTAS, EPAC, JBL, WOR Earnings After the Close: LNDC, MLHR Other Key Events: China Caixin PMI Sept-Final Chinaโ€™s NBS Manufacturing PMI for Sept BTIG Inaugural Cannabis Conference (virtual), 9/29 Cantor Global Healthcare Conference (virtual), 9/27-9/30 North American Spine Society Annual Meeting, in Boston 9/29-10/2 Wolfe Utilities & Midstream Conference 2021, 9/28-9/31 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.50 74.79 Brent -0.51 78.58 Gold 10.50 1,744.50 EUR/USD -0.0021 1.1662 JPY/USD -0.17 111.33 10-Year Note -0.037 1.499% World News S. Senate Republicans for a second day in a row blocked a bid by President Joe Bidenโ€™s Democrats to head off a potentially crippling U.S. credit default, as partisan tensions rattled an economy recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. North Korea claims that it tested a newly developed hypersonic missile on Tuesday Germany Aug Import Prices rise +1.4% m/m vs 1.2% consensus; +16.5% y/y vs +16.1% consensus Spain Sep CPI YoY rises +4.0% vs 3.5% consensus and MoM +0.8% vs 0.4% consensus Sector News Breakdown Consumer Cal-Maine ($CALM) Q1 EPS loss (-$0.37) vs. est. loss (-$0.62); Q1 revs $331.7M vs. est. $313.43M; said results were affected by lower conventional egg sale volumes that partially offset a higher average conventional egg selling price; shell egg average selling price increased to $1.24 per dozen in Q1 from $1.08 per dozen YoY; said will not pay a dividend in Q1; 1Q gross margins reflect higher production costs primarily related to a significant increase in feed costs Conagra Brands ($CAG) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Credit Suisse Lucid Group Inc ($LCID) rises after announcing plans to start delivering luxury electric sedans with a Tesla-beating driving range in late-October Energy, Industrials and Materials Sherwin Williams ($SHW) sees Q3 EPS $1.80-$1.90 with items below the consensus est. of $2.03 (includes 20c per share for acquisition-related amortization expense); narrows Q3 consolidated net sales guidance to be flat to down slightly compared to Q3 of FY20; sees FY21 EPS $7.21-$7.41 with items vs. est. $9.21 Vale ($VALE) downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley The American Petroleum Institute (API) showed a surprise build of 4.12M barrels of oil for the week ending September 24, showed a build of 3.55M barrels, distillate inventories show a build of 2.48M barrels and Cushing inventories show a build of 359K barrels. Reuters reported the United States has reached out to China diplomatically about reducing its purchases of Iranian crude oil, U.S. and European officials said on Tuesday, as Washington seeks to persuade Tehran to resume talks about reviving the 2015 nuclear deal. EQT Corporation (EQT)93M share Spot Secondary priced at $20.00 Non-OPEC crude supply is expected to peak at 48 million barrels a day in 2025, before slipping to 39.3 million barrels a day by 2045, according to the head of OPECโ€™s energy studies department Financials China Evergrande said on Wednesday it plans to sell a 9.99 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) stake it owns in Shengjing Bank Co Ltd to a state-owned asset management company as it scrambles to raise funds. Healthcare The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is leaning toward authorizing half-dose booster shots of the Moderna Inc ($MRNA) COVID-19 vaccine, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter. Eli Lilly ($LLY) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Citi and raise tgt to $265 from $210 GeoVax ($GOVX) shares rise as enters license agreement with PNP Therapeutics to acquire the exclusive rights to develop and commercialize Gedeptin, a treatment of solid cancer tumors Pfizer ($PFE) is changing up the protocol for its Phase 3 gene therapy trial for Duchenne muscular dystrophy after three patients experienced severe side effects, including muscle weakness, following treatment. Two of the people also developed myocarditis after taking the drug โ€“ STAT news reported Technology, Media & Telecom Micron ($MU) shares fell -5%; Q4 EPS $2.42 vs. est. $2.33; Q4 revs $8.27B vs. est. $8.22B; sees Q1 revs $7.65B plus/minus $200M vs. est. $8.57B; sees Q1 EPS $2.00 plus/minus $0.10 vs. est. $2.56; says demand outlook for 2022 is strong ASML ($ASML) said it would have revenue growth of around 11% annually through 2030 amid booming demand for its products; the company estimated revenue would hit 24-30 billion euros ($28 billion-35 billion) in 2025 with gross margins up to 55%. That compares with the previous forecast of a 15โ€“24-billion-euro range in the same year, at gross margins of at least 50%. Akamai Technologies Inc. ($AKAM) agreed to buy Guardicore, a provider of micro-segmentation technology that blocks the spread of malware within an enterprise, for about $600 million NXP Semiconductors ($NXPI) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Bernstein HP Inc. ($HPQ) downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at JPMorgan and cut tgt to $30 from $35 Dell Technologies ($DELL), JD Group ($JD) and Dada Group ($DADA), announced that they will expand their partnership in promoting the digital transformation of physical stores, creating an omni-channel retail model and one-hour living circle, or services ecosystem, for digital products AMC Networks ($AMCX) said its longtime chief operating officer Ed Carroll has decided to step down, following an accomplished 34-year tenure with the company. He will remain with the company through the end of the year.

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Tuesday, September 28, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -120.00 0.37% 34,614 S&P 500 -36.25 0.81% 4,397 Nasdaq -232.50 1.53% 14,962 U.S. stock futures are sharply lower, extending losses in tech as Treasury yields keep climbing (10-year hit 1.55% overnight), hitting growth stocks while the debt ceiling showdown in Washington D.C. intensifies with markets awaiting news on the House vote Thursday on the $1T bipartisan infrastructure bill, as Democrats work to build a consensus on the $3.5T reconciliation bill. If the two sides canโ€™t agree on the bill that Democrats recently attached to the federal debt ceiling limit, the country could see a partial govโ€™t shutdown by Friday. Politico reported that Democrats are hinting they could be willing to drop the debt ceiling from their government funding package this week in order to avoid a government shutdown. The 10-year Treasury yield is up more than 4 basis points to 1.53% after topping 1.55% earlier while the 5-year is setting new records for the year and is up 2 bps to 1.02%. There will be an auction of $62B in 7-year notes this afternoon. The move higher is coming as concerns about inflation rise, especially in commodities as oil is up again, with WTI futures above $76 per barrel and Brent futures topping $80. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -56 points to 30,183, the Shanghai Index gained 19 points to 3,602 and the Hang Seng Index climbed 291 points to 24,500. In Europe, the German DAX is down -180 points (1.15%) to drops below 15,400, while the FTSE 100 slides -30 points to 7.025. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced on Monday with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq falling amid rising Treasury yields (up a 5th straight day) raising concerns for growth stocks while global oil price reached its highest level since October 2018. Brent crude gains 2.1% to $78.81, sending the energy sector soaring and WTI crude topped $75 per barrel, also best levels in about 3-years. Durable goods orders posted their biggest increase since May, rising 1.8% for August and handily beating economists. Notably, small-capitalization stocks advanced sharply on the session, aided by a gain in energy shares which themselves were helped by a rally in crude-oil prices. U.S. natural gas futures soared 11% to a seven-year high as record global gas prices kept demand for U.S. liquefied natural gas ($LNG) exports strong. On its second to last day as the front-month, gas futures for October delivery rose 56.6 cents, or 11.0%, to settle at $5.706 per million British thermal units (highest close since February 2014). Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index slipped -12.37 points, or 0.28%, to 4,443.11 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 71.37 points, or 0.21%, to 34,869.37 The Nasdaq Composite dropped -77.73 points, or 0.52%, to 14,969.97 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 32.93 points, or 1.46% to 2,281.00 Events Calendar for Today 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:30 AM ET Advance Goods Trade Balance for Aug 8:30 AM ET Wholesale Inventories for Aug 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 9:00 AM ET Monthly Home Price MoM for July 9:00 AM ET S&P CaseShiller 20 City MoM for July 10:00 AM ET Consumer Confidence for Sept 10:00 AM ET Richmond Fed Index for Sept 1:00 PM ET U.S. to sell $62 bln 7-year notes 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: FDS, SNX, THO, UNFI Earnings After the Close: CALM, MU, NTWK, PCYG, PEYE Other Key Events: BMO Capital Washington DC Property Tour, 9/27-9/28 Cantor Global Healthcare Conference (virtual), 9/27-9/30 Oppenheimer ESG Summit: Navigating the ESG & Climate Transition, 9/28 Wolfe Utilities & Midstream Conference 2021, 9/28-9/31 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.87 76.32 Brent 0.66 80.19 Gold -12.00 1,738.00 EUR/USD -0.0016 1.1679 JPY/USD 0.37 111.37 10-Year Note +0.036 1.52% World News Senate GOP (as expected) blocks bill that would fund government and suspend debt limit, as time runs short to avoid shutdown and default. Lawmakers have to pass an appropriations bill by Thursday to avoid a shutdown, and need to suspend or increase the debt limit sometime in the coming weeks to prevent a default Goldmanโ€™s revised China GDP forecast to 0% Q/Q in Q3, down from 1.3% and cuts China 2021 GDP growth forecast to 7.8% vs. 8.2% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Endeavor Group Holdings, Inc. ($EDR) shares rise 10% as has entered into an agreement to acquire OpenBet, a leading content, platform and service provider to the sports betting industry, from Scientific Games Corporation (SGMS) for $1.2 billion paid through a combination of cash ($1 billion) and Endeavorโ€™s Class A common stock ($200 million). Ford ($F) unveiled plans to team with South Korean battery maker SK Innovation to spend $11.4B to build an electric F-150 assembly plant and three battery plants in the U.S., in a substantial acceleration of its push into electric vehicles. Ford will build two massive battery factories in Glendale, Ky., and a third in Stanton, Tenn., alongside a new truck factory set to begin producing electric F-series pickups by 2025 Manchester United plc ($MANU) files for potential mixed shelf; size not disclosed Energy, Industrials and Materials Sempra Energy ($SRE) updating its 2021 financial guidance. As full-year 2021 GAAP earnings-per-common-share (EPS) guidance range is updated from $7.41 to $8.01 to $3.83 to $4.43, while the company is also guiding to the upper end of the range for its full-year 2021 adjusted EPS guidance of $7.75 to $8.35 Activist hedge fund Starboard Value LP has a more-than-8% stake in Huntsman Corp. ($HUN) and plans to agitate for change at the chemicalโ€™s producer, according to people familiar with the matter, the WSJ reported after the close last night. Huntsman has a market value of roughly $6.3 billion, making Starboardโ€™s stake worth around $500 million or more Agnico Eagle Mines Limited ($AEM) and Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. ($KL) have entered into an agreement to combine in a merger of equals, with the combined company to continue under the name โ€œAgnico Eagle Mines Limitedโ€. Kirkland Lake Gold shareholders will receive 0.7935 of an Agnico Eagle common share for each Kirkland Lake Gold common share held Financials Concentrix Corporation ($CNXC) Q3 EPS $2.49 vs. est. $2.24; Q3 revs $1.397B vs. est. $1.38B; sees Q4 revs $1.44B-$1.48B; board has authorized co to purchase up to $500 mln of coโ€™s outstanding shares from time to time; raises double-digit revenue growth expectations for the full year Montrose Environmental Group Inc. ($MEG) said it intends to offer for sale 1.8 mln shares of its common stock in an underwritten public offering IHS Markit ($INFO) Q3 adj EPS $0.85 vs. est.$0.83; Q3 revs $1.18B vs. est. $1.17B; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $3.18-$3.20 from $3.15-$3.17 (est. $3.17) and lowers FY21 revenue view to $4.61B-$4.63B from $4.635B-$4.675B Healthcare Merck (MRK) is in advanced discussions to acquire Acceleron Pharma ($XLRN), with the deal potentially being announced this week if talks do not break down, the WSJ reported. https://on.wsj.com/3F7QtzV . Recall shares of XLRN rose yesterday after Bloomberg had reported is in advanced discussions to be acquired by a large pharmaceutical company for about $180 a share in cash https://bloom.bg/3ANfEVx Aurora Cannabis Inc. ($ACB) Q4 revenue C$54.8M vs. est. C$56.3M and vs. C$68.4M last year; Q4 adjusted EBITDA (C$19.3M) vs. (C$33.3M) last year; business transformation plan on track; reiterates annual cost savings of $60M-$80M; qtrly medical cannabis net revenue was $35.0M, a 9% increase from prior year period; qtrly adjusted Ebitda loss, excluding restructuring costs, narrows to $13.9M Pfizer ($PFE) phase 1 randomized study of MRNA-based next generation flu vaccine program will take place in united states Ziopharm Oncology ($ZIOP) announces strategic reduction in workforce and extension in cash runway AstraZeneca PLC ($AZN) said that Saphnelo has been approved in Japan for the treatment of adult patients with systemic lupus erythematosus, or SLE, who show an insufficient response to standard treatment. 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History repeats itself. Keep calm and hodl on. https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2021/05/18/china-reiterates-crypto-bans-from-2013-and-2017/

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By Tom Westbrook and Anushka Trivedi SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks struggled to shake off contagion fears on Tuesday and selling pressure persisted amid concern that troubles at indebted developer China Evergrande could ripple across the world economy, markets and financial system. Hong Kong's Hang Seng hit a fresh 11-month low and was down 0.3% by midsession, with a early gains in banks and property stocks paring a little. Japan's Nikkei returned from a market holiday with a drop of almost 2%. (T) Currency, commodity and bond markets steadied, but overall demand for riskier assets remained low especially as the Federal Reserve is expected to step closer to tapering on Wednesday. European futures rose 0.5% in the Asia session. FTSE futures advanced 0.7% and S&P 500 futures climbed 0.6% a day after selling hit banks on both sides of the Atlantic and tipped the S&P 500 to its steepest fall in two months. "For markets to bounce we need to see concrete actions from the authorities to stem any wide spread contagion," said Dave Wang, a portfolio manager at Nuvest Capital in Singapore. Though China is on holiday, and mainland markets closed, there was little evidence of that yet, with no mention of Evergrande's troubles in major Chinese state media. Evergrande, struggling for cash, owes $305 billion and investors are on edge at the risk a messy failure reverberates through China's property sector and everything exposed to it - primarily banks and then the broader economy. China's yuan steadied in offshore trade to recoup some of the losses that sent it to a three-week low on Monday. Evergrande shares fell 4% as focus there shifts to Thursday when the company is due to make bond interest payments. Australia's stock market was also barely better than flat as iron ore miners BHP and Rio Tinto (NYSE:RIO) scraped from nine-month troughs plumbed on Monday. Copper hovered near a one-month low on demand fears. [MET/L] "There is market caution," said George Boubouras, head of research, at K2 Asset Management in Melbourne. "However the profit and earnings cycle is far from a bear market," he said. "Evergrande is a sentiment issue, no doubt. But no Lehman event ... it will be addressed, bailed out or restructured if it becomes a notable mainland China problem." FED WATCH The next few days present yet more tests, with the Federal Reserve concluding a two-day meeting on Wednesday and likely to offer some guidance on the tapering outlook and with Evergrande due to meet its bond interest payments on Thursday. In the currency market, traders took solace from the relative calm in Hong Kong after Monday's plunge. The euro traded at $1.1730, after having touched a near-one-month low of $1.1700 while the safe-haven yen slipped to 109.57 yen to the dollar. The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield crept up to 1.3277%, with moves capped as markets have an eye to the Fed. Investors are looking for the tapering timeline on its bond purchases as well as its board members' long-term rates and economic projections. "I think the Fed will calm things down and I guess defer their tapering decision till November, said Jarrod Kerr, chief economist at Kiwibank. This week will also see policy decisions from many other central banks spanning Brazil, Britain, Hungary, Indonesia, Japan, Norway, the Philippines, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and Turkey. Oil prices also rebounded a tad in Asia after falling the previous day. U.S. crude futures traded at $70.98 per barrel. [O/R] Wobbling cryptocurrencies also found a floor, with bitcoin bouncing from a 1 1/2-month low of $40,193 to trade just shy of $43,000. (Additional reporting and writing by Tom Westbrook; Editing by Shri Navaratnam and Ana Nicolaci da Costa)

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I'm so calm

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what the bear market has taught me to be calm during RED days and hours

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HAS TO BE A PRETTY CALM STATEMENT THAT IT DOESNT REALLY FIT

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calm down little one > @Navneet said: $fcuv boner ๐Ÿš€

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staying calm on $BBIG

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the new JP just means inquisitive and/or stock obsessive, calm your gonads and accept it > @JPwhoisbrown said: I would discourage this...have mentioned this in the past also

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@pdttrader calm down man

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so sorry y'all haven't been able to give any input. things should calm down for me after September 10th

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So, whatโ€™s happening? Well, McElligott ventured a (lengthy) guess on Thursday. Note that this comes on the heels of a multi-week โ€œcalmโ€ facilitated by strangle-selling and overwriting, which helped pin spot, a conjuncture that โ€œshouldโ€ have held at least through Friday morning, before the post-OpEx โ€œunclenchโ€ opened the door to a wider distribution of outcomes. That story, along with the perpetually glaring extremes in crash expressions (exacerbated by the above-mentioned supply/demand imbalances in the vol complex) was โ€œsocialized,โ€ Charlie said, possibly prompting the buyside to start paring risk ahead of expiry. With that in mind, McElligott posited a kind of cascade. The following (from Charlie) is best quoted directly. These are his thoughts, and are best presented as such. Also, preserving his cadence and style is essential in this instance. To wit, from McElligott:

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2.21 B

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0.34

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578.73 K

Shares Outstanding

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Yield

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Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. is primarily engaged in the production, grading, packing and sale of fresh shell eggs, including conventional, cage-free, organic and nutritionally enhanced eggs. The Company, which is headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, is the largest producer and distributor of fresh shell eggs in the United States and sells the majority of its shell eggs in states across the southwestern, southeastern, mid-western and mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.

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