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UK Market Finished lower yesterday, after Bank of England Governor, Andrew Bailey, signalled that the central bank is likely to raise interest rates earlier than expected. AstraZeneca fell 1.1%, after the drugmaker recommended shareholders to reject a mini-tender offer from TRC Capital Investment Corporation for up to 2 million American Depositary shares. On the other hand, Playtech surged 58.1%, after the gambling software group agreed to be acquired by Australian gaming machine maker, Aristocrat Leisure for a consideration of £2.1 billion. Drax Group added 1.5%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. National Grid rose 1.0%, after the company announced that it had continued to perform in line with expectations. Tesco edged up 0.6%, after the company announced that it has begun a program to buy back shares worth £500.0 million. The FTSE 100 slipped 0.4%, to close at 7,203.8, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.1%, to end at 22,968.7. . Europe Market Closing lower yesterday, amid concerns over inflation and as weak data from China led to worries over a slowdown in economic growth. Umicore dropped 3.9%, after the technology and recycling group issued a profit warning, citing global semiconductor shortage. Koninklijke Philips fell 3.1%, after the consumer electronics firm lowered its full year forecast, as a massive recall of respiratory devices and a shortage of electronic components impacted its earnings in the third quarter. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton shed 2.2%, following Chinese President, Xi Jinping’s call to expand a consumption tax. On the flipside, Valneva surged 32.8%, after the biotech company reported positive Phase 3 results for its Covid-19 vaccine. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 0.5%, to close at 1,808.9. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 fell 0.7%, to close at 15,474.5, while the French CAC-40 dropped 0.8%, to settle at 6,673.1. . US Market t Closed mostly higher yesterday, led by gains in technology sector stocks. CDW advanced 4.8%, after the company announced the acquisition of Sirius Computer Solutions for a cash consideration of $2.5 billion. Occidental Petroleum added 4.0%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to $50.0 from $35.0. Albertsons rose 3.3%, after the supermarket chain reported upbeat results in the second quarter and increased its quarterly dividend. On the other hand, Zillow Group dropped 9.5%, after the company announced that it has temporarily stopped its home-buying service due to a backlog in renovations and operational capacity constraints. Biogen fell 4.1%, after the drugmaker announced that its late-stage trial of an experiment ALS treatment failed to achieve its primary goal. Walt Disney shed 3.0%, following a rating downgrade on the stock to ‘Equal Weight’ from ‘Overweight’. The S&P 500 gained 0.3%, to settle at 4,486.5. The DJIA fell 0.1%, to settle at 35,258.6, while the NASDAQ advanced 0.8%, to close at 15,021.8. . Asia Market We’re trading higher this morning, tracking overnight gains on Wall Street. In Japan, TDK and Japan Steel Works have advanced 2.5% and 3.7%, respectively. Meanwhile, Isuzu Motors and Subaru have dropped 2.1% and 2.3%, respectively. In Hong Kong, AIA Group and Xiaomi have risen 2.7% and 4.7%, respectively. Meanwhile, CNOOC and Longfor Group Holdings have fallen 0.3% and 2.1%, respectively. In South Korea, Hansol Homedeco and Kukbo have climbed 10.5% and 20.2%, respectively. Meanwhile, AUK and Zinus have declined 5.6% and 6.3%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.6% higher at 29,213.0. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.5% up at 25,788.0, while the Kospi index is trading 0.6% higher at 3,025.3.
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UK Markets Finished lower yesterday, amid concerns over rising inflation and slowdown in economic growth. IP Group dropped 5.2%, after the company announced that the departure of its Chief Executive Alan Aubrey and Chief Investment Officer Mike Townend with immediate effect. Imperial Brands fell 3.8%, even though the company forecasted that its full year results would be in line with expectations. Homeserve shed 3.2%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Underperform’ from ‘Outperform’. On the other hand, PageGroup climbed 7.8%, after the recruiter raised its operating profit outlook for the full year, citing a jump in third quarter profit. Tesco advanced 6.0%, after the supermarket chain upgraded its annual earnings guidance and launched a £500.0 million share buyback program. The FTSE 100 slipped 1.2%, to close at 6,995.9, while the FTSE 250 fell 1.5%, to end at 22,386.6. . European Markets Closed lower yesterday, amid concerns over inflation and higher interest rates. TeamViewer plunged 24.9%, after the company slashed its annual guidance and reported disappointing third quarter results. Deutsche Telekom dropped 5.4%, following news that Goldman Sachs sold shares worth €1.58 billion in a SoftBank structured finance deal. Ferrexpo fell 4.6%, even though the company reported a rise in its total iron ore pellet production in the third quarter. Thales shed 1.7%, after the technology company signed a strategic partnership deal with Google to co-develop a sovereign hyperscale cloud offering for France. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 1.0%, to close at 1,747.3. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 fell 1.5%, to close at 14,973.3, while the French CAC-40 dropped 1.3%, to settle at 6,493.1. . US Markets Went higher yesterday, amid optimism about a US debt-ceiling deal. Palantir Technologies rose 1.6%, after the company secured a contract worth $823 million from the US Army to deliver its intelligence data fabric and analytics foundation with the help of its Gotham operating system. On the flipside, Manchester United declined 13.7%, following news that Glazer family, which controls the soccer club, announced a 9.5 million share offering. Seagate Technology dropped 5.3%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Equal Weight’ from ‘Overweight’. CDW fell 4.7%, following a rating downgrade on the stock to ‘Equal Weight’ from ‘Overweight’. General Motors shed 0.8%, even though the automaker announced plans to double its annual sales to $280.0 billion by 2030. The S&P 500 gained 0.4%, to settle at 4,363.6. The DJIA rose 0.3% to settle at 34,417.0, while the NASDAQ advanced 0.5%, to close at 14,501.9. . Asian Markets We’re trading higher this morning, tracking overnight gains on Wall Street. In Japan, AGC and Hino Motors have advanced 3.5% and 4.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, ENEOS Holdings and Aeon have dropped 3.2% and 3.9%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Xiaomi and Alibaba Group Holding have risen 3.2% and 5.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, China Resources Land and PetroChina have fallen 0.3% and 3.9%, respectively. In South Korea, Mhethanol and Ascendio have climbed 9.4% and 19.1%, respectively. Meanwhile, SGC Advanced Materials and LX International have declined 5.6% and 11.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 1.7% higher at 27,990.3. The Hang Seng index is trading 2.4% up at 24,531.0, while the Kospi index is trading 1.6% higher at 2,954.7.
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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -25.00 0.07% 34,973 S&P 500 -1.25 0.04% 4,413 Nasdaq 11.50 0.08% 15,058 U.S. S&P futures are flat heading into the trading day, looking to build on record highs from Tuesday as positive earnings boost U.S and European stocks while worries over China’s gaming and technology crackdown ease, helping lift those markets. Risk sentiment improves across Asia as Chinese and Hong Kong stocks push higher on tech recovery and solid Caixin PMI data. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -57 points to 27,854, the Shanghai Index rose 29 points to 3,477 and the Hang Seng Index jumped 231 points to settle at 26,426. In Europe, the German DAX is climbing around 125 points to 15,680, while the FTSE 100 is up 0.4% to 7,135. Chinese Jul Caixin Services PMI beat: 54.9 vs 50.6 consensus. Some also see the spread of the Covid-19 delta variant as delaying rather than stopping the economic recovery. The New York Times reported overnight that the FDA plans to give full approval to Pfizer (PFE) and BioNTech (BNTX) coronavirus vaccine by the start of the next month. Earnings season has been strong with about 87% of S&P 500 companies reporting earnings and revenue beats, according to FactSet. Just under 70% of the S&P 500 now has reported earnings. The S&P 500 closed at record highs with gains in Apple and healthcare stocks, as concerns over a surge in the Delta variant of the coronavirus was put to the back-burner, overshadowed by continued upbeat corporate earnings. Ten of the 11 S&P indexes traded higher, with energy stocks rebounding after getting hit by a dip in oil prices. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 35.99 points, or 0.82%, to 4,423.15 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 278.24 points, or 0.80%, to 35,116.40 The Nasdaq Composite climbed 80.23 points, or 0.55%, to 14,761.29 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 8.09 points, or 0.36% to 2,223.58 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 8:15 AM ET ADP Employment Change for July…est. 695K 9:45 AM ET Markit Composite PMI, July-F 9:45 AM ET Markit Services PMI, July-F 10:00 AM ET ISM Non-Manufacturing Services PMI for July…est. 60.5 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ABC, AEIS, ALE, APO, ASTE, BCOR, BDC, BGCP, BWA, CDW, CLVS, CLH, CLW, CMLS, CRL, CSII, DNOW, DOC, EDIT, EMR, ETR, EXC, FLOW, FUN, GEL, GM, HDSN, HFC, HZNP, IONS, JLL, KHC, LL, MAC, MKL, MPC, MPLX, MTOR, NI, NYT, ODP, RCL, SBGI, SGRY, SITE, SMG, SPR, SUP, TGI, TUP, TXMD, UTHR, VCEL, VMC, WLL Earnings After the Close: ACAD, ACLS, ADPT, ADTN, AGL, ALB, ALL, AMED, ANGI, ANSS, APA, ATO, AXGN, BBSI, BE, BFAM, BKNG, BOOT, CCMP, CDAY, CENX, CHNG, CMP, CPS, DGII, DOX, DVAX, DXC, EA, EGHT, ELF, EMKR, EOG, ETSY, EVH, FLT, FOXA, FSLY, FTDR, GDDY, GNK, HI, HUBS, IAC, INGN, IVR, JACK, LESL, LNC, LPI, LUMN, MAXR, MBI, MCK, MED, MET, MGM, MOD, MRO, MTG, NUS,NVRO, ONEM, PARR, PDCE, $PING, PLYA, QRVO, QTWO, RCII, REGI, RGR, RMAX, RNWK, EOKU, RPD, $RVLV, RYN, SBRA, SMSI, SUM, T$NDM, TPC, TTGT, TVTY, TWNK, TWO, TXG, $UBER, UHAL, VVV, VZIO, WDC, WU, YELL Other Key Events: Jefferies Industrials Conference (virtual), 8/3-8/4 Piper Wealth Management Forum (virtual), 8/3-8/6 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.34 70.22 Brent -0.18 72.23 Gold 3.30 1,813.75 EUR/USD -0.0008 1.1856 JPY/USD 0.13 109.17 10-Year Note +0.008 1.182% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Caesar’s Entertainment ($CZR) Q2 EPS $0.34 vs. est. loss (-$0.26); Q2 revs $2.5B vs. est. $2.27B; Q2 same-store Adjusted EBITDA was $1B versus (-$131M) for the comparable prior-year period; Company posted all-time records in quarterly Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA margin. Denny’s ($DENN) Q2 adj EPS $0.18 vs. est. $0.11; Q2 revs $106.2M vs. est. $98.1M; Q2 domestic system-wide same-store sales decreased 1.2% compared to the equivalent fiscal period in 2019, including a 1.5% decrease at domestic franchised restaurants and a 1.9% increase at company restaurants. Herbalife ($HLF) Q2 adj EPS $1.52 vs. est. $1.29; Q2 revs $1.55B vs. est. $1.57B; Q2 adjusted EBITDA of $262.1M; raises FY21 EPS view to $4.70-$5.10 from $4.65-$5.05 (est. $4.93); sees FY net sales growth to be in a range of 8.5% to 12.5%, lowering the midpoint by 150 basis points compared to prior full year 2021 guidance. Host Hotels ($HST) Q2 adj FFO $0.12 vs. est. $0.04; Q2 revs $649M vs. est. $606.58M; said RevPAR reached nearly $100 for the quarter, which dramatically outperformed consensus RevPAR, with average room rates only 8.4% below our 2019 second quarter rates; not providing year guidance Hyatt ($H) 2Q adj EPS ($1.15) vs est. ($0.85) on comparable system-wide REVPAR $72.47, qtrly total revs $663Mm vs est. $686.9Mm; guides FY net rooms growth more than +6%, sees FY adj SG&A about $240Mm, sees FY CAPEX about $110Mm Energy Devon Energy ($DVN) Q2 adj EPS $0.60 vs est. $0.52 on revs $2.42B vs est. $2.35B, operating cash flow $1.1B, production for the quarter averaged 291k barrels/day; will pay total dividend of 49c/shr (11c fixed + 38c variable), a 44% increase from Q1; sees 3q production 566-594 mboe/d vs est. 564.80 mboe/d Occidental Petroleum ($OXY) Q2 adj EPS 32c vs est. 1c on revs $5.96B vs est. $5.92B, FCF $2B, cash flow from continuing operations $3.3B; said oil and gas results improved from Q1 due to higher commodity prices and sales volumes; executed debt tender offer and repaid over $3B of long-term debt in July ONEOK ($OKE) Q2 EPS $0.77 vs. est. $0.75; Q2 revs $3.39B vs. est. $3.03B; sees 2021 net income, adj earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization to be above midpoints of ranges provided on April 27, 2021 SunPower ($SPWR) Q2 adj EPS $0.06 vs. est. $0.04; Q2 revs $308.9M vs. est. $327.31M; guides Q3 revs $325M-$375M vs. est. $400.83M; sees Q3 GAAP net loss of $10 to $0 million and MW recognized of 125 MW to 150 MW; Q2 added 13,000 residential customers – residential bookings up 16 percent sequentially, 67 percent year-over-year (YoY) The American Petroleum Institute ($API) showed a draw of 879K barrels of oil for the latest week; gasoline inventories show a draw of 5.75M barrels, distillate inventories show a draw of 717K barrels and Cushing inventories show a build of 659K barrels W&T Offshore ($WTI) Q2 EPS $0.02 vs. est. $0.07; Q2 revs $132.8M vs. est. $122.38M; Q2 Production was 40,888 Boe/d or 3.7 MMBoe, an increase of 3% compared to 39,657 Boe/d in Q1 and down 3% versus 42,037 Boe/d in Q2 of 2020 Financials Assurant Inc. ($AIZ) Q2 operating EPS $2.99 vs. est. $2.45; Q2 revs $2.54B vs. est. $2.39B; continue to expect to grow eps, ex. catastrophes, by 10 to 14 percent for 2021 Fair Isaac ($FICO) Q3 non-GAAP EPS $3.38 vs. est. $2.76; Q3 revs $338M vs. est. $328.3M; Applications revenues, which include the company’s decision management applications and associated professional services, were $133.2 million in the third quarter, compared to $141.5 million in the prior year period, a decrease of 6% Genworth Financial ($GNW) Q2 adj EPS $0.38 vs. est. $0.22; Q2 revs $2.04B vs. est. $1.9B; planned IPO of Enact remains a key strategic objective for Genworth and is subject to market and other conditions, however because the company is in registration and subject to applicable publicity restrictions, is unable to comment further or provide any additional detail at this time. Green Dot ($GDOT) Q2 adj EPS $0.68 vs est. $0.43 on revs $369.4M vs est. $313.2M; sees FY21 adj EPS $2.13-$2.27 vs prev. $2.06-$2.15, revs $1.33B-$1.35B vs est. $1.28B Prudential ($PRU) Q2 adj EPS $3.79 vs. est. $3.02; qtrly book value per common share of $160.31 versus $165.53 per share for year-ago; qtrly adjusted book value per common share of $104.39 versus $92.07 per share for year-ago; qtr end assets under management of $1.730 trillion versus $1.605 trillion for year-ago; now expect to return a total of $11.0B to holders from $10.5B prior Tanger Outlets ($SKT) 2Q core FFO/shr $0.43 vs est. $0.28, portfolio occupancy was 93% on June 30 vs 91.7% on March 31, avg tenant sales productivity was $424/sq ft for 12 months ended June 30 +7.3% yr/yr; guides FY FFO/shr $1.52-1.59 vs est. $1.46 Unum Group (UNM) Q2 adj EPS $1.39 vs. est. $1.11; Q2 revs $2.99B vs. est. $2.96B; Full-year 2021 outlook increased; after-tax adjusted operating income per share now expected to decline 1%-3% relative to full-year 2020, compared to an expected decline of 5%-6% prior Verisk Analytics ($VRSK) Q2 adj EPS $1.17 vs. est. $1.33; Q2 revs $747.5M vs. est. $737.3M; Net cash provided by operating activities was $233.2 million, down 6.5% for the second quarter of 2021. Free cash flow, a non-GAAP measure, was $170.7 million, down 11.5% Healthcare Change Healthcare ($CHNG) shares fell over 7% on a report that the U.S. Dept. of Justice is considering a lawsuit to block the company’s $8B sale to UnitedHealth ($UNH) https://bit.ly/3yA4Etu Option Care Health ($OPCH) 18M share Spot Secondary priced at $20.25 Amgen Inc. ($AMGN) Q2 adj EPS $4.38 vs. est. $4.06; Q2 revs $6.5B vs. est. $6.43B; backs FY21 adj EPS view $16.00-$17.00 vs. est. $16.34; backs FY21 revenue view $25.8B-$26.6B vs. est. $26.04B Amid surge in new COVID-19 infections across U.S., the FDA plans to give full approval to Pfizer (PFE) – BioNTech (BNTX) coronavirus vaccine by the start of the next month, The New York Times reports The FDA classified the recent recall of some of Philips’ (PHG) ventilators as Class 1, or the most serious type of recall, saying the use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death – Reuters CVS Health ($CVS) Q2 adj EPS $2.42 vs. est. $2.06; Q2 revs $72.62B vs. est. $70.11B; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $7.70-$7.80 from $7.56-$7.68 (est. $7.66); sees FY21 cash flow from operations $12.5B-$13B DaVita Inc. (DVA) 2Q EPS $2.64 vs est. $2.17; says total US dialysis treatments for 2Q were 7,413497 (avg 95,045/day); guides FY adj EPS $8.80-9.40 vs est. $8.63, sees FY adj op income $1.8-1.875B vs est. $1.816B Inspire Medical ($INSP) 2Q EPS ($0.48) vs est. ($0.64) on revs $53Mm vs est. $43.9Mm; guides FY revs $210-213Mm vs est. $195.9Mm, sees FY gr mgn 85-86%, sees opening 48-52 new US medical centers per qtr for 2H Jazz Pharma ($JAZZ) Q2 adj EPS $3.90 vs. est. $3.42; Q2 revs $751.8M vs. est. $735.62M; reaffirms FY21 non-GAAP EPS view $13.40-$14.70 (est. $14.45) and also back FY21 revenue view $3.020B-$3.180B vs. est. $3.11B; as of June 30, cash, cash equivalents were $891.4 mln, and outstanding principal balance of co’s long-term debt was $7.1 bln
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CDW Corporation is a leading multi-brand provider of information technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare customers in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. A Fortune 500 company and member of the S&P 500 Index, CDW was founded in 1984 and employs approximately 10,000 coworkers. For the year ended December 31, 2020, the company generated Net sales over $18 billion.
CEO: Christine A Leahy