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By Devik Jain and Ankika Biswas (Reuters) -U.S. stock indexes were set to open higher on Wednesday ahead of a widely expected hefty rate hike from the Federal Reserve, with investors awaiting cues on the length and depth of further policy tightening to tame surging price pressures. The U.S. central bank will likely lift its policy rate by 75 basis points for the third time to a 3.00-3.25% range at the end of its two-day policy meeting, which will be followed by Fed Chair Jerome Powell's news conference. Updated economic projections from policymakers will be in focus, as investors would like to gauge where interest rates are headed, how long it would take inflation to fall and the pain rising prices are inflicting on the U.S. economy. "What (investors) really want to see is whether or not we are going to have a continued, super hawkish Fed in terms of the way that messaging has been - are they really committed to getting inflation under control at the risk of pulling the economy into a recession," said Brandon Pizzurro, director of public investments at GuideStone Capital Management. Markets are pricing in a 19% chance of a 100 bps rate increase later in the day and seeing a terminal rate at 4.50% in March 2023. The benchmark S&P 500 is hovering near two-month lows and is below 3,900 points - a level considered by technical analysts as strong support for the index. "If (stocks) drop on disappointing Fed, no one should be surprised if we test those June (lows)," said David Wagner, portfolio manager at Aptus Capital Advisors in Cincinnati, Ohio. As interest rates continue to creep up, pressuring stock valuations, Wagner recommends having a portfolio tilted toward value stocks. The S&P 500 value index, which includes cyclical and economy-linked stocks such as banks, energy, industrials and materials, is down nearly 12% so far this year, compared with a 25.5% drop in its growth counterpart, which is dominated by technology shares. The yield curve inversion between the two-year and 10-year notes - seen as a recession harbinger - and growing evidence of the impact of decades high inflation on earnings outlooks from companies ranging from FedEx Corp (NYSE:FDX) to Ford Motor (NYSE:F) Co have also added to woes in a seasonally weak period for markets. At 8:38 a.m. ET, Dow e-minis were up 164 points, or 0.53%, S&P 500 e-minis were up 22.75 points, or 0.59%, and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 60.25 points, or 0.51%. Meanwhile, shares of U.S. defense companies Northrop Grumman Corp (NYSE:NOC), Raytheon Technologies (NYSE:RTX) Corp and Lockheed Martin Corp (NYSE:LMT) rose between 1.3% and 1.9% in premarket trading as President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia's first mobilization since World War Two. Coty (NYSE:COTY) Inc gained 5.6% after the CoverGirl cosmetics maker raised its first quarter 2023 revenue and gross margin forecasts on stronger demand for beauty products. General Mills Inc (NYSE:GIS) added 2.3% after the Cheerios cereal maker raised full-year sales and profit outlook, banking on higher prices and resilient demand for its breakfast cereals, snack bars and pet food. Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) and Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC) fell 1.8% and 1.5%, respectively, after Mizuho downgraded shares of both companies to "neutral" from "buy".
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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Stock markets stumbled on Tuesday as Wall Street opened lower, Europe gave up gains built on bumper BP (NYSE:BP) profits, while the euro was pegged back as the European Central Bank tried to cool interest rate hike expectations. Wall Street saw a groggy restart on disappointing Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) earnings, another slump in Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) owner Meta's shares and the collapse of Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA)'s mega deal to buy the firm that designs chips for the likes of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Europe also turned red again although oil and mining shares were still clinging to positive territory after FTSE-listed BP reported a whopping $12.8 billion annual profit thanks to soaring gas and oil prices. (EU) It was BP's highest profit in eight years, working out at staggering $24,353 a minute - more than someone on minimum wages in major economies would earn in a year. It had also helped traders brush off Washington slapping warnings on another 33 Chinese firms and the sight of the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield - the most influential driver of global borrowing costs - hitting a new 2-year high. [.SS] Currency and bond market traders are currently laser-focused on which central banks will hike their interest rates the fastest and furthest this year following the rapid rise in global inflation. "Central banks globally have all engaged in a hawkish pivot," said BlueBay Asset Management's David Riley. "As their tolerance for higher inflation persistently is less than previously signalled we are shifting to a regime where there will be more macro volatility." Comments from ECB President Lagarde on Monday that there was currently no need for major monetary policy tightening weakened the euro for a second consecutive day. It had initially nudged down the bond yields - a proxy for borrowing costs - for high-debt countries such as Italy, Greece and Spain, although that reversed as Spain's ECB council member, Pablo Hernandez de Cos, spoke on Tuesday about gradual tightening. Italian government bonds duly whipsawed, with the 10-year yield first falling to 1.78% before rearing right back up to 1.85%. [GVD/EUR] CHOPPY CHINA U.S. stocks made a subdued open on Wall Street after the earnings disappointments and a fresh 1.2% drop in Facebook owner Meta's shares after billionaire investor Peter Thiel decided to step down from the company's board. Focus is also on inflation data this week that could offer more clues on the Fed's first post-COVID rate hike. Pfizer fell 3.7% in early trading as the drugmaker's forecasts for its COVID-19 vaccine and antiviral pills fell short of Wall Street estimates, while Coty (NYSE:COTY) jumped 3% after raising its forecasts. Asia's session had been volatile overnight too. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares ended flat overall but blue chip Chinese stocks dropped to a 19-month low after big tech firms' heavy losses and U.S. export warnings on 33 new Chinese firms. [.SS] (HK) The prospect of global rates rising had pushed Japanese government bond yields up too, while those on benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasuries briefly touched 1.96%. Back in the currency market Russia's rouble hit a four-week high after marathon talks between President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron have kept up hopes that war in Ukraine will be avoided. It helped oil come off Monday's seven-year high of $94 on Monday. It was trading lower at $92 also ahead of the resumption of indirect talks in Vienna later between the United States and Iran, which may revive a nuclear agreement that could eventually allow more oil exports from the OPEC producer. A deal could allow over 1 million barrels per day of Iranian oil, equal to over 1% of global supply, back onto the market, though that was still a distant possibility. Brent crude was down $1.30, or 1.4%, at $91.37 a barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude fell $1.55, or 1.4%, at $89.95. Eight rounds of indirect talks between Tehran and Washington since April have yet to result in an agreement on resuming the 2015 nuclear deal. Differences remain about the speed and scope of lifting sanctions on Tehran.
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UK Market Finished lower yesterday, led by losses in travel and leisure sector stocks. Sirius Real Estate fell 3.9%, after the company announced that it would raise £135.0 million in a share placing to help fund the acquisition of commercial property firm, BizSpace. On the other hand, Investec climbed 7.1%, after the wealth manager upgraded its earning per share outlook for the first half of 2022. TI Fluid Systems advanced 5.9%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Overweight’ from ‘Neutral’. Playtech rose 2.5%, after the company received a takeover offer from Gopher Investments. Polymetal International gained 2.1%, after its board approved the construction of the Veduga gold project in the Krasnoyarsk region of Russia. The FTSE 100 slipped 0.1%, to close at 7,300.4, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.2%, to end at 23,539.9. . Europe Market Also finished mostly lower yesterday. Henkel dropped 5.1%, after the chemicals company forecasted its FY21 earnings to be below expectations. On the flipside, Siemens Gamesa Renewable climbed 8.9%, after the company reported upbeat results for the full year. Compagnie Financiere Richemont rose 2.1%, following reports that activist hedge fund, Third Point acquired a stake in the luxury goods firm. Covestro edged up 0.2%, after the company reported a jump in its income in the third quarter. The FTSEurofirst 300 index marginally fell to close at 1,870.1. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 fell 0.1%, to close at 16,046.5, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.1%, to settle at 7,047.5. . US Market losed higher yesterday, after the US Congress approved President Joe Biden’s $1 trillion infrastructure spending bill. Autolus Therapeutics surged 25.4%, following news that Blackstone would invest up to $250.0 million in the biotech company. Coty jumped 15.1%, after the beauty company reported stronger than expected revenue and earnings in the first quarter and raised its annual organic sales forecast. Advanced Micro Devices climbed 10.1%, after the semiconductor company announced that it had won a partnership with Meta, formerly known as Facebook. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals rose 1.8%, after the pharmaceutical company announced that its single dose of antibody cocktail could provide long term protection against Covid-19. On the contrary, Tesla fell 4.8%, following news that CEO Elon Musk asked his followers on Twitter if he should sell a portion of his stock in the company. The S&P 500 gained 0.1%, to settle at 4,701.7. The DJIA rose 0.3%, to settle at 36,432.2, while the NASDAQ advanced 0.1%, to close at 15,982.4. . Asia Market We’re trading lower this morning. In Japan, NTT Data and Toyobo have dropped 3.5% and 4.2%, respectively. Meanwhile, Isuzu Motors and Taisei have advanced 2.3% and 6.1%, respectively. In Hong Kong, CITIC and Hengan International Group have fallen 1.5% and 2.4%, respectively. Meanwhile, BYD and Li Ning have risen 1.7% and 2.7%, respectively. In South Korea, SK Chemicals and Century have declined 5.9% and 14.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, NHN and Jico have climbed 11.8% and 29.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.6% lower at 29,319.2. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.1% down at 24,745.9, while the Kospi index is trading 0.3% lower at 2,952.6
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Monday, November 8, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 72.00 0.20% 36,287 S&P 500 4.25 0.09% 4,694 Nasdaq 9.00 0.06% 16,360 U.S. futures are looking to open at new record highs (again) after Washington passed a smaller form of its highway, broadband and other infrastructure improvement spending deal this weekend, as the $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed through Congress on Friday. A very important week of economic data coming up with monthly CPI, PPI inflation data mid-week. Crypto assets rising to records ahead of the inflation reports as Bitcoin up 8% nearing $66K, Ethereum record highs up over 6% above $4,700, Litecoin tops $200, up over 5.75% as crypto assets surging again. Tech futures underperform following weakness in Tesla (TSLA) after its CEO Elon Musk on Saturday asked his 62.5 million followers on Twitter in a poll if he should sell 10% of his Tesla stock. The world’s richest person had previously said he could face a “massive” tax bill this year as he has to exercise a large number of stock options coming due next year. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -100 points to 29,507, the Shanghai Index rose 0.2% to just under 3,500, and the Hang Seng Index declined 100 points to 24,763. In Europe, the German DAX is down about -0.1% at 16,035, while the FTSE 100 is flat holding just above 7,300. Last week the S&P 500, Nasdaq and Dow notched their fifth straight weekly advances (longest streak for the S&P since Aug 2020); for the week, the S&P 500 rose 2%, the Dow added 1.42%, the Nasdaq gained 3.05% and the Russell 200o over 6%. The Nasdaq 100 (QQQ) notched its 10th winning session in a row on Friday while the S&P 500 scored another record high on Friday and booked a week of solid gains following a strong U.S. jobs report and positive data for Pfizer’s experimental pill against COVID-19, which helped boost travel and other economic reopen sectors. The news kept the run going for equities after investors earlier in the week digested the Federal Reserve’s decision to start reducing its monthly bond purchases put in place to support the economy. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 17.47 points, or 0.37%, to 4,697.53 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 203.72 points, or 0.56%, to 36,327.95 The Nasdaq Composite climbed 31.28 points, or 0.20%, to 15,971.59 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 34.65 points, or 1.44% to 2,437.08 Events Calendar for Today No major U.S. economic data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ATRO, AXSM, BKI, COTY, DS, EDIT, EHTH, GATO, GTES, HLIO, KOS, LINC, NERV, NSSC, RDNT, RDUS, RETA, THS, TTD, USFD, VAC, VUZI, WOW, ZIXI Earnings After the Close: ACAD, AEIS, AEL, AMBC, AMC, AMPH, AMRS, APEI, APPF, APTS, ASUR, ATER, AVEO, BAND, BRP, CARA, CBT, CHRS, CLRS, CLOV, CSSE, CSTL, CXW, DDD, DOOR, ENV, FIVN, FLDM, FRPT, FSK, FTK, GOSS, HIL, IEA, IFF, IIN, INST, IPAR, JKHY, KERN, LMND, LOTZ, MRC, MRTX, MWA, NCMI, NEWR, NNI, NVRO, NVTA, OCIUL, OUST, PRA, PRI, PRIM, PYPL, RBLX, REAL, SANM, SCOR, SDC, SNCR, SPCE, SWSP, SWAV, SWX, TCMD, TREX, TRIP, TWO, XNCR, ZIOP, ZNGA Other Key Events: Credit Suisse 30th Annual Healthcare Conference, 11/8-11/11 (virtual) JPMorgan Global Consumer, Retail & Luxury Conference, 11/8-11/21 (virtual) EEI Financial Conference, 11/7-11/9 (virtual) REITWorld 2021 Annual Conference, 11/9-11/12 (virtual) Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 1.22 82.49 Brent 1.09 83.83 Gold -0.50 1,818.50 EUR/USD -0.0002 1.1564 JPY/USD 0.05 113.46 10-Year Note +0.032 1.485% World News China’s export growth moderated slightly to 27.1% yoy in October, above the 22.8% consensus expectation, implying a sequential gain of 2.6% in October (a modest slowdown from +3.0% in September) despite electricity constraints in October. At the same time, imports rose 20.6% yoy in October, missing expectations of a 26.2% surge, but fell 3.2% sequentially in October (vs. -0.7% in September). As a result of the far bigger growth in exports over imports, the monthly trade surplus rose further to a record high of $84.5bn in October, supporting the appreciation of the Chinese yuan in October, even as China’s economy has slowed down sharply in recent months. China’s trade surplus with the United States was $40.75 billion in October based on customs data showed on Sunday, down from $42 billion in September. For the first ten months of the year, the surplus was $320.67 billion – Reuters Highway, broadband and other infrastructure improvement spending deal this weekend, as the $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed through Congress on Friday and among parts of the deal, allows for $7.5 billion spending for building out a network of electric vehicle chargers and another $7.5 billion for low or zero-emission buses and ferries. Sector News Breakdown Consumer Tesla Inc ($TSLA) CEO Elon Musk on Saturday asked his 62.5 million followers on Twitter in a poll if he should sell 10% of his Tesla stock. The world’s richest person had previously said he could face a “massive” tax bill this year as he has to exercise a large number of stock options coming due next year. “Note, I do not take a cash salary or bonus from anywhere. I only have stock, thus the only way for me to pay taxes personally is to sell stock,” Musk said on Twitter on Saturday. Rivian Automotive ($RIVN) raises IPO price range to $72.00-$74.00 from $57.00-$62.00. Separately, Barron’s noted Rivian Automotive (RIVN) is set to go public this coming week at a market value that could exceed that of Honda Motor (HMC) despite having sold just a handful of vehicles, with a market cap around $64 billion Haverty’s (HVT) announces special cash dividend, quarterly cash dividend, and additional authorization under stock repurchase program Peloton ($PTON) has halted hiring across all departments effective immediately, CNBC reported late Friday, a day after it slashed its full-year outlook amid slowing momentum for its fitness products Coty ($COTY) agrees to sell additional partial stake in Wella to KKR in exchange for about 56% of Preferred Coty shares owned by KKR Marriott Vacations ($VAC) Q3 adjusted EPS $1.60 vs. est. $1.42; Q3 revs $1.05B vs est. $1.07B; said occupancies at our resorts this quarter were very strong despite the Delta variant and contract sales were within 3% of 2019 levels, driving 25% sequential growth in Adjusted EBITDA Energy China’s crude oil imports plunged in October to the lowest since September 2018, as large state-owned refiners withheld purchases because of rising prices while independent refiners were restrained by limited quotas to import. The world’s biggest crude oil importer brought in 37.8 million tonnes last month, data from the General Administration of Customs showed on Sunday, equivalent to 8.9 million barrels per day (bpd). – Reuters FirstEnergy ($FE) agrees to sell a 19.9% stake in its three regulated transmission businesses to Brookfield Asset Management (BAM) for $2.4B Financials Berkshire Hathaway Inc ($BRK/A) said that global supply chain disruptions kept a lid on its ability to generate profit; Q3 operating profit rose 18% but missed analyst forecasts amid goods shortages that crimped consumer spending; net income, meanwhile, fell 66%, reflecting lower gains from stock holdings such as Apple Inc and Bank of America Corp. Alleghany ($Y) mentioned positively in Barron’s saying shares should not be overlooked noting under CEO Weston Hicks, Alleghany has used a similar strategy to create an attractive, smaller-scale version of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway ($BRK.A) R. Berkley ($WRB) announced that its Board of Directors has declared a special cash dividend on its common stock of $1.00 per share to be paid on December 22 to stockholders of record at the close of business on December 7 Healthcare Cannabis stocks rose late Friday after Marijuana Moment reported a fresh Republican-led attempt to legalize marijuana. The States Reform Act led by Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) is still in the preliminary stage, and a final version is expected to be filed later this month. As U.S. health authorities expand use of the leading Covid-19 vaccines, researchers investigating heart-related risks linked to the shots are exploring several emerging theories, including one centered on the spike protein made in response to vaccination. Researchers aren’t certain why the messenger RNA vaccines, one from Pfizer Inc. ($PFE) and partner BioNTech SE ($BNTX) and the other from Moderna Inc., are likely causing the inflammatory heart conditions myocarditis and pericarditis in a small number of cases. – WSJ https://on.wsj.com/3mQqCVY Alcon ($ALC) has acquired Ivantis, developer and manufacturer of the novel Hydrus Microstent, a minimally-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) device designed to lower intraocular pressure for open-angle glaucoma patients in connection with cataract surgery for $475M in upfront consideration Genetron Holdings ($GTH) has formed a strategic partnership with oncology laboratory solution provider NeoGenomics (NEO) to drive global oncology drug research and development. Industrials & Materials Boeing ($BA) directors agreed to a $237.5 million settlement of claims that they turned a blind eye to safety issues related to 737 Max jetliners whose crashes have cost the company more than $20 billion, according to court documents Blade Air Mobility ($BLDE) is bringing ride-sharing to helicopters-just don’t call it the Uber ($UBER) of the sky. The stock can take off without that comparison, Barron’s reported. Blade Air Mobility is a less risky way to invest in the eVTOL future, though certainly not risk-free BHP is close to a deal to sell its controlling interest in two Australian coal mines to Stanmore Resources Ltd. ($STMRF) for ~$1.25B, the Wall Street Journal reports. Technology, Media & Telecom New Oriental Education & Technology ($EDU), Gaotu Techedu ($GOTU), and Tal Education ($TAL) shares all rising over 20% after the WSJ reported that China plans to issue more than a dozen licenses that would allow companies to offer after-school tutoring. The report said Gaotu Techedu (GOTU) and Yuanfudao, a unit of Tencent ($TCEHY), have held talks about resuming tutoring to students in the ninth grade and below https://on.mktw.net/3EVcxg5 Trinseo ($TSE) has begun work to explore the divestiture of its Styrenics businesses and plans to launch a formal sales process in Q1 of 2022. The scope of this potential divestiture is expected to include the Feedstocks and Polystyrene reporting segments as well as the company’s 50% ownership of Americas Styrenics AU Optronics ($AUOTY) reports October revenue of NT$30.38B (+18.1% Y/Y, -9.9% M/M); the total panel area shipment reached around 2.08 million square meters in October 2021, down by 4.3% month-over-month. ChipMOS ($IMOS) reports October revenue of $82.3M (-2.3% M/M; +10.7% Y/Y).
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UK Markets Closed lower on Friday, amid concerns over slowing economic growth, supply chain problems in British factories and Brexit. AO World plunged 24.3%, after the online electrical retailer forecasted its full year core earnings to be below expectations. Darktrace fell 3.2%, after shareholders KKR Dark Aggregator LP, Summit DT CLN Holdings 4 and Balderton Capital SFI SLP sold 25 million shares in the company. Greencore Group shed 2.4%, even though the food maker announced that its adjusted annual profits would be ahead of expectations. Capita slid 0.8%, after the outsourcing giant agreed to sell its Secure Solutions and services business to NEC Software Solutions UK Ltd. in a deal worth £62.0 million. On the other hand, Euromoney Institutional Investor climbed 7.7%, after the company announced that its annual pretax profit would surpass analysts’ expectations. The FTSE 100 slipped 0.8%, to close at 7,027.1, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.2%, to end at 22,925.8. . European Markets Closed lower on Friday, amid concerns over a slowdown in global economic growth and rising inflation. Credit Agricole fell 1.1%, after the lender confirmed that it is in talks with Holmarcom regarding a potential sale of its stake in Moroccan subsidiary, Crédit du Maroc. Orange shed 0.8%, even though the company announced that it would provide funds worth €230 million to strengthen the development of Orange Bank. ING Groep slid 0.5%, after the company announced a share buyback program worth €1.74 billion. On the other hand, Electricite de France advanced 5.9%, following French Prime Minister, Jean Castex’s announcement that February’s electricity price rise would be capped at 4.0%. Leoni added 4.4%. The company announced that it would sell the Business Group Leoni Industrial Solutions to BizLink Holding Inc. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 0.5%, to close at 1,751.2. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 fell 0.7%, to close at 15,156.4, while the French CAC-40 marginally dropped to settle at 6,517.7. . US Markets Cclosed higher on Friday, amid optimism surrounding a new oral treatment for Covid-19. Merck climbed 8.4%, after the pharmaceutical company announced that its new antiviral medicine lowered the risk of death or hospitalisation in Covid patients by 50%. International Flavors & Fragrances advanced 5.5%, after the company indicated that its Chief Executive Officer, Andreas Fibig announced that he intends to retire. Coty added 4.1%, after the cosmetics company announced plans to sell a minority stake in its Wella beauty business to private equity firm, KKR. Walt Disney rose 4.0%, following news that Disney and Scarlett Johansson resolved a lawsuit involving the “Black Widow” movie. On the flipside, Lordstown Motors declined 18.2%. The company finalised a deal to sell its Ohio assembly plant to iPhone maker, Foxconn for a consideration of $230 million. The S&P 500 gained 1.2%, to settle at 4,357.1. The DJIA rose 1.4% to settle at 34,326.5, while the NASDAQ advanced 0.8%, to close at 14,566.7. . Asian Markets We’re trading lower this morning. In Japan, M3, TDX and Konami Holdings have dropped 4.5%, 4.9% and 6.2%, respectively. Meanwhile, JGC Holdings, Tokyu and J. Front Retailing have advanced 2.5%, 3.6% and 4.2%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Xiaomi, Sunny Optical Technology Group and Anta Sports Products have fallen 4.0%, 4.5% and 4.9%, respectively. Meanwhile, CNOOC, Henderson Land Development and New World Development have risen 0.2%, 0.7% and 1.7%, respectively. Markets in South Korea are closed today on account of a public holiday. On Friday, the Kospi index fell 1.6% to settle at 3,019.2. Today, the the Nikkei 225 index is trading 1.0% lower at 28,497.6, while the Hang Seng index is trading 2.2% down at 24,024.9.
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Friday, October 1, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -153.00 0.46% 33,843 S&P 500 -17.00 0.44% 4,307 Nasdaq -55.25 0.38% 14448, U.S. equity futures extended declines Friday, following the worst month for tech stocks since the peak of the pandemic, as investors enter the final quarter of the year focused on inflation, energy markets and the Federal Reserve. S&P 500 drops 4.8% in September, its first monthly loss since January and biggest one-month drop since start of pandemic and lowest closing price since July 19th. Overall, for the month, the S&P fell 4.8%, the Dow fell 4.3% and the Nasdaq fell 5.3%. For the quarter (Q3), the S&P 500 rose 0.2%, the Dow fell 1.9% and the Nasdaq fell 0.4% following the precipitous September decline. Late last night, U.S. House Democratic leaders have delayed a planned vote on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill that had been set for Thursday, bowing to party progressives who had demanded action on a larger social policy bill first. However, on a positive note, the U.S. government shutdown appears to be averted for now as Congress voted to continue funding the government through Dec. 3, backing the earlier bill out of the Senate and President Biden signed the measure before funding was to run out at midnight. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index declined -681 points (2.31%) to 28,771, the Shanghai Index was closed and the Hang Seng Index was also closed. In Europe, the German DAX is down about -115 points to 15,150, while the FTSE 100 falls 1% or -70 points to 7,015. Crypto currencies surging for a second straight day as Bitcoin rises over 7% to $46,600, while Ethereum rises over 6.5% at $3,175 in another spike across the board. Positive vaccine news overnight as Merck ($MRK) announced positive COVID-19 vaccine trial news. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -51.92 points, or 1,19%, to 4,307.54 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -546.80 points, or 1.59%, to 33,843.92 The Nasdaq Composite slumped -63.86 1.42 points, or 0.44%, to 14,448.58 The Russell 2000 Index declined -20.94 points, or 0.94% to 2,204.37 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Personal Income MoM for Aug…est. +0.3% 8:30 AM ET Personal Spending MoM for Aug 8:30 AM ET PCE Price Index MoM for Aug 8:30 AM ET PCE Price Index YoY for Aug 8:30 AM ET Core PCE Price Index MoM for Aug…est. +0.2% 8:30 AM ET Core PCE Price Index YoY for Aug…est. +3.6% 9:45 AM ET Markit Manufacturing PMI for Sept-F 10:00 AM ET Construction Spending MoM for Aug…est. +0.3% 10:00 AM ET ISM Manufacturing Index for September…est. 59.6 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Confidence, Sept-Final…est. 71.0 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.63 74.40 Brent -0.43 77.88 Gold -2.60 1,755.90 EUR/USD 0.0001 1.1582 JPY/USD -0.16 111.11 10-Year Note -0.036 1.491% World News S. House Democratic leaders have delayed a planned vote on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill that had been set for Thursday, bowing to party progressives who had demanded action on a larger social policy bill first. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said in a statement the House is expected to finish work on the infrastructure bill on Friday. The Bank of Japan’s tankan survey released Friday shows signs that the recovery in the manufacturing sector will be hampered by supply shortages as the index measuring large manufacturers’ stocks of finished goods dropped to +3 in the September survey from +6 three months earlier. That marked the tightest level since 1989. Sector News Breakdown Consumer Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) said it plans to sell its auto factory in Ohio to contract assembler Foxconn Technology Group for a purchase price of $230 million. Additionally, Foxconn plans to invest $50 million into the Ohio-based startup through a purchase of common stock. Helbiz ($HLBZ) rises after the transportation and media co announces CEO Salvatore Palella purchased units of PIPE (private investment in public equity) offering; On Aug 9, Palella bought 200,000 units of PIPE offering, consisting of 200,000 shares of Class A common and warrants to buy additional 200,000 shares at $11.50 per share Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) is said to plan up to $4B stock buyback Coty ($COTY) agrees to sell partial stake in Wella to KKR at a 50% valuation premium versus initial Wella sale in exchange for approximately half of the preferred Coty shares owned by KKR. Coty will continue to own 30.6% of Wella, with a $1.38b implied value for the retained stake Li Auto ($LI) delivered 7,094 Li ONEs in September 2021, up 102.5% Y/Y but fell 24.8% M/M from August’s shipments of 9,433 units; Q3 2021 deliveries rose 190% Y/Y and 42.9% Q/Q to 25,116 vehicles, exceeding recently revised guidance of ~24,500 units Nio ($NIO) delivered 10,628 vehicles in September 2021, an all-time high monthly record representing growth of 125.7% Y/Y and 80.7% M/M from August’s deliveries of 5,880 units; company shipped 24,439 vehicles Q3 2021, representing an increase of 100.2% Y/Y, exceeding the revised guidance of ~22,500 to 23,500 vehicles. Tesla ($TSLA) missed its deadline to deliver the Model X in Q3 2021, but a handful of units of the new electric SUVs were spotted in Fremont factory, Electrek reported. It gives some hope that deliveries might start soon https://bit.ly/2Y8L4ba XPeng ($XPEV) recorded its highest-ever monthly deliveries in September 2021 of 10,412 Smart EVs, representing an increase of 199% Y/Y and a 44% increase over last month; also achieved a quarterly record of 25,666 deliveries in Q3 2021, up 48% Q/Q and 199% over prior year Energy, Industrials and Materials ExxonMobil ($XOM) says gas prices to boost 3q earnings by about $700M; says oil prices to boost 3q earnings by about $400M; says downstream margins to boost earnings by $600M SunPower Corp. ($SPWR) will replace Cimarex Energy Co. ($XEC) in the S&P MidCap 400 index before trading begins on Oct. 5, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices. S&P 500 constituent Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. is acquiring Cimarex Energy in a deal that is expected to close on Oct. 1. PDC Energy Inc ($PDCE) said anticipated total production near bottom of previous range of 190,000 to 195,000 boe per day for full-year 2021; sees FY 2021 oil production of 60,000 to 63,000 barrels per day, below previous range of 64,000 to 66,000 barrels per day JPMorgan upgraded shares of Southwest Airlines ($LUV) to Overweight from Neutral and Spirit airlines ($SAVE) downgraded at JPMorgan while adjusting other price tgts in the space Financials Jefferies Financial ($JEF) Q3 EPS $1.50 vs. est. $0.99; Q3 revs $1.65B vs. est. $1.74B Healthcare Merck ($MRK) and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics announce results from their oral antiviral medicine molnupiravir (MK-4482, EIDD-2801) from Phase 3 MOVe-OUT trial in patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19. STAT News notes that in the Merck study, a five-day course of the oral medicine was administered within five days of patients’ symptom onset; half of those patients had at least one risk factor associated with poor disease outcomes (shares of rival COVID-19 vaccine makers PFE, BNTX, MRNA falling on the news) Exscientia ($EXAI) has priced its upsized U.S. IPO of 13.85M ADSs (from ~13.1M ADSs), representing 13.85M ordinary shares at $22.00/ADS, for total gross proceeds of ~$304.7M. Bicycle Therapeutics ($BCYC) to present bt5528 interim phase i data at AACR-NCI-EORTC virtual international conference on molecular targets and cancer therapeutics Haemonetics ($HAE) said the FDA has approved a same-day discharge indication for its VASCADE MVP vascular closure system used in atrial fibrillation ablation. Rockwell Medical ($RMTI) files $200M mixed securities shelf Technology, Media & Telecom Five9 ($FIVN) announced that its $14.7B merger agreement with Zoom Video (ZM) has been terminated by mutual agreement. The agreement did not receive the requisite number of votes from Five9 shareholders to approve the merger with Zoom. Under the deal terms announced in July, Five9 shareholders would have received 0.5533 Zoom share for every Five9 share. Walt Disney ($DIS) and Scarlett Johansson have resolved their legal battle over her salary in the movie “Black Widow,” ending a two-month fight between the two parties AMC Entertainment ($AMC) said it exercised option to repurchase $35M of 15% cash / 17% payment-in-kind ($PIK) Toggle First Lien Secured Notes due 2026 Alibaba ($BABA) downgraded to Outperform from Strong Buy at Raymond James with a price target of $240, down from $300 saying while they remain positive on Alibaba long-term and believes valuation remains attractive, feels the recovery in shares could take longer given the recent slowing of ecommerce growth combined with continued regulatory actions across China
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COTY on the PEG watchlist
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Wednesday, September 8, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -36.00 0.10% 35,055 S&P 500 -3.25 0.08% 4,515 Nasdaq -13.50 0.09% 15,661 U.S. stocks are pointing to a slightly lower open just a day after finishing mixed as the Nasdaq Composite registered a record closing high for fourth consecutive session with Apple (AAPL) and Netflix (NFLX) touching all-time highs. This morning, the dollar is indicated higher while Treasury yields slip ahead of a $38 billion 10-year auction of new notes later this morning. Bitcoin prices extended declines Wednesday, following on from the cryptocurrency’s worst day in three months, as markets continue to digest the impact of El Salvador’s move to declare it as legal tender. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 265 points to 30,181, the Shanghai Index was little changed at 3,675 and the Hang Seng Index dipped -32 points to 26,320. In Europe, the German DAX is down over -135 points to hold just above 15,700, while the FTSE 100 is down about -40 points to 7,110. There were a handful of M&A deals announced overnight in various sectors in what is expected to be another light day of news on this holiday shortened week. The Delta variant, the China economy, slowing U.S. growth and jobs, travel impacts and the Fed remain prevalent themes heading into the Fall. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -15.40 points, or 0.34%, to 4,520.03 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -269.09 points, or 0.76%, to 35,100.00 The Nasdaq Composite edged higher 10.81 points, or 0.07%, to 15,374.33 The Russell 2000 Index declined -16.44 points, or 0.72% to 2,275.61 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data 10:00 AM ET JOLTS Job Openings for July 3:00 PM ET Consumer Credit for July Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: KFY, REVG Earnings After the Close: ABM, AVAV, BASE, CDMO, CPRT, CVGW, GME, HQY, INTA, MIND, RH, S, STRM Other Key Events: Barclay’s Global Consumer Staples Conference (virtual) 2021, 9/8-9/10 Barclay’s CEO Energy-Power Conference 2021 (virtual), 9/8-9/10 BTIG Cloud Communications and Collaboration Investor Forum (virtual), 9/8 Citigroup Annual BioPharma Conference (virtual), 9/8-9/10 Citigroup GEMS Conference 2021 (virtual), 9/8-9/10 Cowen 14th Annual Global Transportation & Sustainable Mobility Conference, 9/8-9/10 Credit Suisse 2021 Global Steel & Mining Conference (virtual), 9/8-9/10 Stephens Building Materials Investor Trip, 9/8-9/9 Wolfe Inaugural TMT Conference, 9/8-9/9 China CPI, PPI for August Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.98 69.34 Brent 0.87 72.56 Gold 3.60 1,798.00 EUR/USD -0.0021 1.1819 JPY/USD -0.07 110.21 10-Year Note -0.02 1.351% World News Japan Q2 GDP beat at +0.5% q/q vs 0.4% consensus; Japan Q2 GDP Annualized beat: 1.9% q/q vs 1.6% consensus and Japan July Current Account smaller surplus: JPY +1.91b vs JPY +2.30b cons Sector News Breakdown Consumer Coty ($COTY) 50M share secondary Block Trade priced at $8.53 Nio ($NIO) announces at-the-market offering of $2B of American depositary shares Casey’s General Stores ($CASY) Q1 EPS $3.19 vs. est. $2.96; Q1 revs $3.18B vs. est. $3.02B; said Q1 fuel gallons sold increased by 24.7% compared to FQ4 2021 ended April 30, 2021, while fuel margin increased 2.1¢ sequentially to 35.1¢ per gallon. That number is still below last year’s comparable quarter mark of 38.2¢ per gallon. Energy, Industrials and Materials Cheniere Energy ($LNG) declares an inaugural quarterly dividend of $0.33 per share, or $1.32 per share annualized; plans for about $1 bln of annual debt repayment, targeting investment grade consolidated credit metrics by the early-to-mid 2020s Chevron ($CVX), Delta ($DAL), and Google ($GOOGL) announced a memorandum of understanding to track sustainable aviation fuel test batch emissions data using cloud-based technology. Murphy Oil ($MUR) sees capital expenditure $685M-$715M, vs. est. $722.1M Financials Vertiv Holdings LLC ($VRT) to buy E&I Engineering Ireland Ltd., and its affiliate Powerbar Gulf LLC, in a deal valued at up to $2 billion. Separately, Vertiv cut its financial outlook, as worse-than-expected supply chain challenges are offsetting continued “robust” demand. https://on.mktw.net/38RtNEQ Coinbase Global Inc. ($COIN) said the SEC intends to sue it in court if it launches a planned program letting users earn interest on lending cryptocurrency; COIN said the SEC handed it a Wells notice in relation to its Coinbase Lend program, signaling its intention to sue the company in court. As a result, Coinbase said it won’t launch Lend until at least October. PayPal Holdings Inc. ($PYPL) agreed to buy Japanese “buy now, pay later” startup Paidy Inc. for about $2.7 billion, in a move that will boost its business in the world’s third-largest e-commerce market. https://on.mktw.net/3ncZkd1 MeridianLink Inc. ($MLNK) Q2 revs rose 38% to $68.5M vs. est. $67.4M; sees Q3 revs $62.9M-$63.5M vs. est. $62.2M; sees year revs $256.7M-$257.9M vs. est. $255.4M; sees FY adj Ebitda $112.3M-$113.5M Apollo Global ($APO) announced that clients managed by its affiliates have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire up to a 50% equity stake in MaxCap Group, a Australasian commercial real estate financier and fund manager Healthcare Sanofi SA ($SNY) entered into a definitive agreement to acquire U.S.-based biopharmaceutical company Kadmon Holdings Inc. ($KDMN) as Kadmon common stock will receive $9.50 a share in cash, representing a total equity value of about $1.9 billion on a fully diluted basis. https://on.mktw.net/3haEIOs Option Care Health ($OPCH)2M share Spot Secondary priced at $26.90 ICU Medical, Inc. ($ICUI) to acquire Smiths Medical division from Smiths Group plc for $2.35 billion in cash and stock plus the assumption of certain liabilities and a stock price performance-based earn-out India Globalization Capital ($IGC) announces the completion of its Phase 1 clinical trial on IGC’s cannabis-based investigational new drug, IGC-AD1, for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease Impel NeuroPharma ($IMPL) files to sell 3M shares of common stock Maravai ($MRVI) announces offering of 20M shares of Class A common stock for holders Ortho Clinical Diagnostics ($OCDX) files to sell 22M shares for holders Technology, Media & Telecom Elliott Management Corp. has a more than $1 billion stake in Citrix Systems Inc. ($CTXS) and wants the software company to take action to boost its lagging stock price, according to people familiar with the matter – WSJ https://on.wsj.com/3yOaCGN Analog Devices ($ADI) raises Q4 adjusted EPS view to $1.69 plus/minus 9c from $1.33 plus/minus 11c (est. $1.65) and raises Q4 revenue view to $2.3B plus/minus $70M from $1.78B plus/minus $70M (vs. est. $2.26B); to repurchase up to $2.5B of common stock Bumble ($BMBL) files to sell 15M shares of Class A common stock for holders Coupa Software ($COUP) 2Q adj EPS $0.26 vs est. ($0.06) on revs $179Mm vs est. $163Mm; guides 3Q adj EPS $0.01-0.03 vs est. ($0.08), sees 3Q revs $177-178Mm vs est. $168.8Mm; guides FY adj EPS $0.27-0.29 vs est. ($0.15), sees FY revs $706-708Mm vs est. $687.2Mm Smartsheet ($SMAR) 2Q adj EPS ($0.05) vs est. ($0.13) on sales $131.7Mm vs est. $125.5Mm; guides 3Q adj EPS loss $0.10-0.12 vs est. loss $0.11, sees 3Q revs $138-139Mm vs est. $129.9Mm; guides FY adj EPS loss $0.36-0.44 vs est. EPS loss $0.39, sees FY revs $530-533Mm vs est. $514.1Mm UiPath ($PATH) raises FY22 ARR view to $876M-$881M from $850M-$855M; 2Q ARR $726.5Mm +60%, revs $195.5Mm vs est. $184.3Mm, adj gr margin 86%, adj FCF ($3.5Mm); guides 3Q revs $207-209Mm
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UK Markets Finished lower yesterday, amid concerns over surging global Covid-19 cases and amid China’s regulatory crackdown. Polymetal International fell 3.6%, even though the gold and silver miner raised its capital expenditure forecast for the year by more than 20%. Barclays slid 0.3%. The lender announced that it would invest around $400.0 million in India to boost its banking activity in the country. On the flipside, Hays advanced 4.1%, after the recruiter announced that it would resume its dividend payments, amid strong recovery in annual fee and profit growth. CRH rose 3.9%, after the building materials supplier reported upbeat interim results and lifted its second half profit outlook. Mediclinic International edged up 1.9%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. The FTSE 100 slipped 0.4%, to close at 7,125.0, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.1%, to settle at 23,952.4. . European Markets Finished lower yesterday, after Germany’s consumer confidence weakened. DWS Group plunged 13.7%, amid reports that the company is under probe by the US authorities over sustainability claims. Delivery Hero fell 3.2%, after the company reported that its net losses widened in the first half of the year. On the other hand, Bouygues rose 1.1%, as the industrial group lifted its earnings outlook for the full year, after reporting upbeat results in the first half of the year. Aareal Bank edged up 0.7%, after the lender announced that it has concluded a financing agreement providing a loan of €312.5 million to real estate investor and developer, Ghelamco Group. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 0.3%, to close at 1,812.9. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 fell 0.4%, to close at 15,793.6, while the French CAC-40 dropped 0.2%, to settle at 6,666.0. . US Markets Closed lower yesterday, amid concerns over ongoing political unrest in Afghanistan and fears of a potential shift in US Federal Reserve (Fed) policy. Dollar Tree plunged 12.1%, after the discount retailer reported lower than expected revenue in the second quarter. Abercrombie & Fitch declined 10.4%, after apparel retailer’s second quarter revenue came in below analysts’ estimates. Dollar General dropped 3.8%, after the discount retailer forecasted lower than expected earnings for the full year. On the other hand, Coty surged 14.7%, after reporting better than expected sales in the fourth quarter. Williams-Sonoma climbed 9.3%, after the company reported stronger than expected revenue and earnings in the second quarter. Salesforce.com rose 2.7%, after the company’s second quarter revenue and earnings surpassed analysts’ forecast. The S&P 500 slipped 0.6% to settle at 4,470.0. The DJIA fell 0.5% to settle at 35,213.1, while the NASDAQ dropped 0.6%, to close at 14,945.8. . Asian Markets Were trading higher this morning. In Japan, Aeon and Ebara have dropped 2.0% and 2.2%, respectively. Meanwhile, Tokai Carbon and Yamaha Motor have advanced 2.2% and 3.0%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Xinyi Solar Holdings and Geely Automobile Holdings have risen 2.2% and 3.4%, respectively. Meanwhile, HSBC Holdings and Galaxy Entertainment Group have fallen 0.7% and 1.9%, respectively. In South Korea, Motonic and Pyung Hwa Holdings have climbed 13.3% and 17.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, YG PLUS and NCsoft have declined 5.2% and 5.4%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading marginally higher at 27,733.1. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.3% lower at 27,651.5. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.6% up at 25,564.2, while the Kospi index is trading 0.1% higher at 3,133.2. . Commodity Brent crude oil one month futures contract is trading 1.06% or $0.75 higher at $71.82 per barrel, ahead of the weekly US oil rig count data by Baker Hughes, scheduled to be released later today. Yesterday, the contract declined 1.63% or $1.18, to settle at $71.07 per barrel, amid renewed worries over crude oil demand, due to a surge in Covid-19 cases and as Mexico restored some crude output. . Gold futures contract is trading 0.49% or $8.70 higher at $1800.90 per ounce. Yesterday, the contract climbed 0.22% or $4.00, to settle at $1792.20 per ounce. . Currency GBP is trading marginally lower against the USD at $1.3694. Yesterday, the GBP weakened 0.46% versus the USD, to close at $1.3700. . EUR is trading marginally higher against the USD at $1.1756. Investors await the US Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell’s speech along with the US consumer sentiment index for August, trade balance, personal income and spending data, all for July, slated to release later today. Yesterday, the EUR weakened 0.17% versus the USD, to close at $1.1752. On the data front, Germany’s consumer confidence index dropped to a three-month low in September. In other economic news, the US gross domestic product (GDP) grew less than expected in the second quarter, while the nation’s initial jobless claims climbed in the week ended 20 August 2021, recording its first increase in five weeks. . Bitcoin BTC is trading 0.51% lower against the USD at $46797.71. Yesterday, BTC declined 3.44% against the USD to close at $47036.43. In a key development, 3LAU announced that it has raised $16.0 million through a seed funding round to launch blockchain based music investment platform, Royal. In another development, supply chain management platform, VeChain, announced that it has launched a blockchain service to enable businesses openly track and report their carbon emissions data. . Economic News German consumer confidence index fell more than expected in September In Germany, the consumer confidence index dropped to a level of -1.20 in September, compared to a revised reading of -0.40 in the prior month. Markets were expecting the index to drop to -0.70 . US GDP climbed less than expected in 2Q 2021 In the US, the GDP advanced 6.60% on a QoQ basis in 2Q 2021, compared to a rise of 6.50% in the previous quarter. Markets were expecting the GDP to record an advance of 6.70% . US initial jobless claims advanced more than expected in the week ended 20 August 2021 In the US, the seasonally adjusted number of initial jobless claims rose to a level of 353.00 K in the week ended 20 August 2021, compared to a revised level of 349.00 K in the prior week. Markets were expecting initial jobless claims to rise to a level of 350.00 K. . Australia’s retail sales dropped more than estimated in July In Australia, seasonally adjusted retail sales fell 2.70% on a MoM basis in July, compared to a drop of 1.80% in the previous month. Markets were expecting retail sales to fall 2.3%.
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Thursday, August 26, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 8.00 0.02% 35,368 S&P 500 -4.25 0.09% 4,489 Nasdaq -30.50 0.20% 15,334 Another day, and another record high for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite on Wednesday, but overnight futures paint a mixed picture amid a retreat in technology shares and caution ahead of a Federal Reserve gathering that may provide more clues about its approach to paring stimulus. With few negative catalysts to dampen the risk-on sentiment, all three major U.S. indexes crept modestly higher on Tuesday. The S&P 500 was able to notch its 51st record close of the year and the Nasdaq its 30th record closing highs for 2021. With the gains, the SPX and Nasdaq have now both risen 5-straight days (the Dow is on a 4-day win streak) – but volume on U.S. exchanges was just 8.29 billion shares, making it one of the slowest trading days of the year. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 17 points to 27,742, the Shanghai Index fell -38 points to hold just above the 3,500 level and the Hang Seng Index fell -278 points to 25,415. In Europe, the German DAX is down over -100 points to 15,755, while the FTSE 100 fell about -30 points to 7,120. On the calendar today, U.S. Q2 GDP is expected to be revised up to a 6.7% clip versus the disappointing 6.5% pace from the Advance report and weekly jobless claims are expected to be 350K, but focus still remains on tomorrow’s Jackson Hole speech from Fed Chair Powell for clues on the timing of a tapering of monetary stimulus. U.S. Treasury yields rose overnight, with that on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note hitting 1.359% for the first time since Aug. 13. There were a handful of earnings results in the software space moving tech as well with ADSK, SNOW,CRM, SPLK, ESTC all out with results, while in retail, WSM rises on its results. Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Q2-second est. 6.7% 8:30 AM ET GDP Price Deflator Q2-prelim…est. 6.0% 8:30 AM ET GDP Consumer Spending, prelim Q2…est. 8:30 AM ET PCE Prices for Q2-E…prior 6.4% 8:30 AM ET Core PCE prelim Q2-E…est. 6.1% 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 350K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 2.79M 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data 11:00 AM ET Kansas City Fed Manufacturing, for Aug Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ANF, BBW, BURL, COTY, DG, DLTR, FLWS, HAIN, LANC, MBUU, MOV, RGS, SAFM, SJM, TITN Earnings After the Close: BILL, $DELL, DOMO, FXLV, GPS, HPQ, LTRX, $MRVL, OLLI, $PTON, RCEL, RPID, VMW, $WDAY Other Key Events: UBS China Telco, Media, Internet Virtual Conference 2021, 8/23-8/27 Piper Sandler MedTech and Diagnostics California Bus Tour (virtual), 8/24-8/26 Jackson Hole 2021 Economic Policy Symposium, 8/26-8/28 Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 9.96 points, or 0.22%, to 4,496.19 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 39.24 points, or 0.11%, to 35,405.50 The Nasdaq Composite edged higher 22.06 points, or 0.15%, to 15,041.86 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 8.36 points, or 0.37% to 2,239.27 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.65 67.71 Brent -0.60 71.65 Gold -4.25 1,786.75 EUR/USD -0.0000 1.1772 JPY/USD 0.11 110.13 10-Year Note +0.005 1.349% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Guess Inc. ($GES) shares fell -6% Q2 EPS $0.91 vs. est. $0.70; Q2 revs $628.6M vs. est. $648.6M; expect revenues in q3 of fiscal 2022 to be slightly negative to flat versus q3 of fiscal 2020; for FY22, assuming no additional covid-related shutdowns past q2, expect revenues to be down mid-single digits versus fiscal 2020; increases share repurchase authorization to $200M; increasing long-term operating margin goal to 12% and adjusted earnings per share to $3.50 by fiscal 2024 Ulta ($ULTA) Q2 EPS $4.56 vs est. $2.42 on net sales $1.97B vs est. $1.76B, comp sales +56.3% (+13.1% vs 2Q19) vs est. +44.8%, gross margin 40.6% vs est. 35.9%; raised full-year outlook for EPS to $14.50-$14.70 (est. $12.50) from $11.50-$11.95 and sales to $8.1B-$8.3B (est. $7.92B) from $7.7B-$7.8B, comp sales +30-32%; sees 44 new net stores in FY21 William Sonoma ($WSM) shares rise 12%; announces a 20% quarterly dividend increase and a new $1.25 billion stock repurchase; Q2 adj EPS $3.24 vs est. $2.61 on revenue $1.95B vs est. $1.49B, quarterly comp brand revenue growth +29.8%; now sees full-year net revenue growth in high-teens to low-20s from low-double digit to mid-teens; for long-term, company is planning net rev growth mid-to-high single digits with accelerated path to $10B in net rev over next 4 years XPeng (XPEV) reports Q2 deliveries growth of 439% Y/Y and 30.4% Q/Q to 17,398 units; P7 deliveries rose 44.5% Q/Q to 11,522 units, of which 97% can support XPILOT 2.5 or XPILOT 3.0; revenues from vehicle sales increased 562.4% to $555.1M, mainly due to higher vehicle delivery, especially for the P7 Energy, Industrials and Materials ABM Industries ($ABM) announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire Able Services, a facilities services company headquartered in San Francisco, in a cash transaction valued at $830M Raven ($RAVN) Q2 EPS $0.19 vs. est. $0.17; Q2 revs $114.4M vs. est. $103.5M. Transocean Ltd. ($RIG) announced that BOE Exploration & Production LLC awarded Transocean a $252 million firm contract for its newbuild ultra-deepwater drillship, the Deepwater Atlas Financials SelectQuote ($SLQT) shares tumble as Q4 EPS $0.02 vs. est. $0.04; Q4 revs $188.4M vs. est. $184.9M; Q4 Adjusted EBITDA of $21.3M, down 47% YoY Bitcoin prices are tumbling as the largest cryptocurrency fell as much as 4.4% Thursday to $46,588, with other tokens including Ether retreating as well, paring Bitcoin’s rally since a July low to some 60% (after topping the $50K level for the first time in 3-months on Monday) Healthcare Becton Dickinson’s ($BDX) BD Veritor At-Home COVID-19 Test has received an Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA, the first at-home COVID-19 rapid antigen test to use computer vision technology in a smartphone to interpret and provide a digital display of testing results BioCryst ($BCRX) announced that the new drug submission for Orladeyo has been accepted for review by Health Canada for the prevention of recurrent attacks in patients with hereditary angioedema, or HAE, 12 years and older Exelixis ($EXEL) announces partner Takeda and ono receive approval in Japan for Cabometyx® (cabozantinib) in combination with Opdivo® (nivolumab) for treatment of unresectable or metastatic renal cell carcinoma Lannett ($LCI) Q4 adj EPS loss (-$0.19) vs. est. loss (-$0.12); Q4 revs $106M vs. est. $110.63M; sees FY22 revenue $400M-$440M vs. est. $472.06M; sees FY22 adjusted EBITDA $40M-$55M RenovoRx ($RNXT)85M share IPO priced at $9.00 Software Autodesk ($ADSK) shares fell -6%; Q2 adj EPS $1.21 vs. est. $1.13; Q2 revs $1.06B vs. est. $1.05B; sees Q3 adj EPS $1.22-$1.28 vs. est. $1.26; sees Q3 revenue $1.11B-$1.125B vs. est. $1.11B; Q2 Total billings increased 29% to $1,015B Box Inc. (BOX) Q2 EPS $0.21 vs. est. $0.18; Q2 revs $214.5M vs. est. $212.45M; Non-GAAP operating margin was 21%, a point better than projected earlier in the month; Remaining performance obligations, a measure of work contracted for but not yet delivered, was up 27%, to $922.4 million. Free cash flow was $29.8 million, up from $13.3 million in the year-earlier quarter; sees Q3 EPS 20c-21c vs. est. 20c; sees Q3 revenue $218M-$219M vs. est. $216.6M Elastic NV ($ESTC) Q1 EPS $0.04 vs. est. loss (-$0.10); Q1 revs $193.1M vs. est. $173.17M; Q1 Cloud revs up 89% YoY to $61.5M, or 85% on a constant currency basis; Q1 Calculated billings up 27% YoY to $165.0M, or 23% on a constant currency basis; Q1 deferred revenue was $364.4M, an increase of 31% YoY; Q1 total subscription customer count was over 16,000, compared to over 15,000 in Q4 FY21; sees FY22 EPS loss (67c) to (57c) vs. est. loss (50c); sees FY22 revs $808M-$814M vs. est. $789.1M com ($CRM) Q2 EPS $1.48 vs. est. $0.92; Q2 revs $6.34B vs. est. $6.24B; reports remaining performance obligation ended Q2 at approximately $36.2B, an increase of 18% YoY; current remaining performance obligation ended Q2 at approximately $18.7B, an increase of 23% YoY, 23% in constant currency; sees Q3 EPS $0.91-$0.92 vs. est. $0.81; sees Q3 revs $6.78B-$6.79B vs. est. $6.66B Snowflake ($SNOW) Q2 EPS ($0.64) vs est. ($0.15) on revenue $272.2M vs est. $256.5M; sees Q3 revenue $280M-$285M vs est. $292/3M, FY revenue $1.06B-$1.07B vs est. $1.11B; company now has 4,990 total customers and 116 with trailing 12-month product revenue above $1M Splunk ($SPLK) Q2 EPS loss (-$2.34) vs. est. loss (-$0.69); Q2 revs $606M vs. est. $562.8M; Q2 Cloud ARR was $976M, up 72% YoY while total ARR was $2.63B, up 37% YoY; reported 234 customers with cloud ARR greater than $1M, up 100% YoY; sees Q3 revs $625M-$650M vs. est. $635.4Ml sees FY revs $2.53B-$2.6B vs. est. $2.53B Zuora Inc. ($ZUO) Q2 Non-GAAP EPS loss (-$0.04), in-line with estimates; Q2 revs $86.5M vs. est. $83.4M; sees Q3 subscription revs $71m-$72M and total revs $86M-$87M vs. est. $85.4M; sees FY revs $340M-$342M vs. est. $338.2M; sees year EPS loss (13c-11c) vs. est. (9c) Technology NetApp Inc. ($NTAP) Q1 EPS $1.15 vs. est. $0.95; Q1 revs $1.46B vs. est. $1.43B; sees Q2 EPS $1.14-$1.24 vs. est. $1.13; sees Q2 revenue $1.49B-$1.59B vs. est. $1.52B; 1Q Product Rev Grew 16% YoY to $730M and Q1 Billings Increased 20% YoY to $1.38B Pure Storage ($PSTG) Q2 non-GAAP EPS $0.06 vs. est. $0.05; Q2 revs $496.8M vs. est. $469.48M; sees Q3 revs $530M vs. est. $495.15M; sees FY22 revenue $2.04B vs. est. $1.96B; sees FY22 non-GAAP operating income $150M; Q2 Subscription services revenue $171.9 million, up 31% year-over-year; Q2 GAAP gross margin 68.4%; non-GAAP gross margin 70.5% ON Semiconductor ($ON) announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which it will acquire GTAT for $415M in cash Analog Devices ($ADI) increases share repurchase authorization by $8.5 billion to approximately $10 billion Joyy Inc. ($YY) +7% after Reuters reported its two top shareholders, Chairman David Li and Xiaomi founder Lei Jun, aim to take the Chinese social media company private in a deal that may value it at up to $8B https://reut.rs/3DnlazS
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US Markets Closed lower yesterday, led by losses in technology sector stocks. Coty declined 13.0%, after the company’s third quarter revenue and earnings came in below analysts’ forecasts. Marriott International dropped 4.1%, after the hotel operator reported less than expected revenue in the first quarter. Facebook fell 4.1%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Buy’. Chipotle Mexican Grill lost 2.4%, after the company announced wide ranging compensation incentives, including raising wages for restaurant workers to an average of $15 an hour by June. Meanwhile, Box climbed 6.1%, after activist investment firm, Starboard Value, announced that it would nominate more directors for Box’s board. Live Nation Entertainment advanced 3.9%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. The S&P 500 slipped 1.0%, to settle at 4,188.4. The DJIA fell 0.1%, to settle at 34,742.8, while the NASDAQ shed 2.5%, to close at 13,401. .
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this COTY CEO is weird
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65 k from Mara 40k from Real 18k from coty and 18 k from spce
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my new watchlish items are SDC COTY i sold out of half MARA but it might still keep going @dros
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Coty is one of the world's largest beauty companies with an iconic portfolio of brands across fragrance, color cosmetics, and skin and body care. Coty is the global leader in fragrance, and number three in color cosmetics. Coty's products are sold in over 150 countries around the world. Coty and its brands are committed to a range of social causes as well as seeking to minimize its impact on the environment.
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