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Lo que habia puesto, van a empezar ya con el tapering y le preocupa la tensión del la inflación elevada y que el mercado laboral no esta en niveles optimos todavia. Ni el mismo se cree su propia narrativa, ya que dijo que la inflación es transitoria.,
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UK Markets Closed mixed on Friday, as gains in travel sector stocks outweighed losses in mining sector stocks. InterContinental Hotels Group rose 2.0%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. BT Group added 0.9%, after the telecom giant announced that it would create 1,000 jobs at its Birmingham office to develop more regional hubs around Britain. Marks & Spencer Group edged up 0.1%, after the retailer announced that it would shut 11 of its franchised stores in France, citing Brexit-related supply problems. On the flipside, Tesco shed 0.5%, following news that truck drivers and warehouse workers at four Tesco distribution centres declined the company’s latest pay offer. The FTSE 100 fell 0.9%, to close at 6,963.6, while the FTSE 250 advanced 0.1%, to end at 23,658.9. . European Markets Finished Friday lower, amid concerns over global economic recovery due to an increase in coronavirus cases across the world. Renault fell 1.2%, following news that group management and representative trade unions began talks to finalise a nationwide multi-year labour agreement for the period 2022-2024. On the contrary, Biotest surged 24.8%, after Grifols agreed to acquire the company for a consideration of €1.6 billion. Deutsche Lufthansa rose 2.6%, following reports that Britain would ease Covid-19 regulations for international travel. Commerzbank edged up 1.2%, following reports that US investor, Cerberus would acquire a minor stake in the lender. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 0.9%, to close at 1,779.5. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 fell 1.0%, to close at 15,490.2, while the French CAC-40 dropped 0.8%, to settle at 6,570.2. . US Markets Closed lower on Friday, amid concerns over a potential US corporate tax rate hike led by losses in technology sector stocks. United States Steel dropped 8.0%, after the company announced that it would build a new steel mill in 2022 and would start production in 2024. Cree fell 2.9%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Underperform’ from ‘Neutral’. Moderna shed 2.4%, amid debate over whether Americans should receive a booster dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Take-Two Interactive Software slid 0.2%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Market Perform’ from ‘Outperform’. On the other hand, Thermo Fisher Scientific climbed 6.5%, after the company announced that it expects its revenue and earnings for 2022 to be higher than analysts’ expectations. The S&P 500 slipped 0.9%, to settle at 4,433.0. The DJIA fell 0.5% to settle at 34,584.9, while the NASDAQ dropped 0.9%, to close at 15,044.0. . Asian Markets Were trading lower this morning, ahead of key central bank meetings this week. Markets in Japan and South Korea are closed today on account of a public holiday. In Hong Kong, BYD, Li Ning and China Merchants Bank have fallen 7.1%, 9.0% and 9.3%, respectively. On Friday, the Nikkei 225 index rose 0.6% higher to close at 30,500.1, while the Kospi index advanced 0.3% to close at 3,140.5. Today, the Hang Seng index is trading 3.8% down at 23,978.7.
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@Navneet I know you were deeply concerned...those CREE calls recovered and are now ITM. no management needed
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CREE dead lol
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Down about 40% on the CREE $80 Call (UOA) expiring 8/20. Should I hold?
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Wednesday, August 18, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -64.00 0.18% 35,195 S&P 500 -2.25 0.06% 4,441 Nasdaq 18.50 0.12% 15,015 U.S. futures are looking mixed ahead of the Fed Minutes, with the Dow and S&P slipping, while the tech heavy Nasdaq Corp looks to rebound after underperformance on Tuesday, as major averages fell by the most in four-weeks. Fed Minutes from the prior FOMC meeting (after 2:00 PM today) may show discussions about tapering monthly bond purchases, or just how divided FOMC officials are on the debate. Yesterday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the pandemic is “still casting a shadow on economic activity.” Overnight, Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari said Tuesday that incoming economic data will drive the central bank’s decision on when to taper its asset purchases, noting that it’s “reasonable” to foresee such a move taking place late this year or early next year. Yesterday, the Nasdaq fell -0.9%, Dow -0.8% and S&P 500 -0.7% ended down on a day that started with pressure from Chinese equities and saw mega caps slide and home improvement names sell off after Home Depot Q2 comp sales mix. Today, rival Lowe’s (LOW) reports a beat across the board while retail giant Target (TGT) beats on the top and bottom line with slightly better comps, though shares slip. The S&P closed above Monday’s intraday low of 4,437 and today’s intraday low successfully tested a support level of 4,423, the prior high. The move comes one day after the S&P 500 had posted a 100% rise off its March 2020 closing low. It has now been 328 calendar days since the benchmark index last ended a decline of more than 5% from a record high. The current 328 calendar-day run since then end of a decline of more than 5% from a record high, is the longest such streak since early 2018. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rebounded, rising 161 points to 27,585, the Shanghai Index gained 38 points to 3,485, and the Hang Seng Index climbed 121 points to 25,867. In Europe, the German DAX is down -15 points to 15,900, while the FTSE 100 slides over -20 points to 7,155. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -31.63 points, or 0.71%, to 4,448.08 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -282.12 points, or 0.79%, to 35,343.28 The Nasdaq Composite declined -137.58 points, or 0.93%, to 14,656.18 The Russell 2000 Index declined -26.24 points, or 1.19% to 2,177.17 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 8:30 AM ET Housing Starts MoM for July 8:30 AM ET Building Permits MoM for July 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ADI, EAT, HOOD, LITE, LOW, OSIS, PLCE, SMED, TGT, TJX Earnings After the Close: BBWI, CSCO, JBSS, KEYS, NVDA, RRGB, SNPS, SPTN, VSCO Other Key Events: EnerCom Oil & Gas Conference (virtual), 8/15-8/18 Davidson West Coast Bank Tour (virtual), 8/17-8/18 Deutsche bank Transportation Conference (virtual), 8/17-8/18 B Riley Summer Summit, 8/18-8/19 Citigroup Midstream and Energy Infrastructure Conference (virtual), 8/18-8/19 Jefferies Back-to-School Bus Tour, 8/18-8/19 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.57 67.16 Brent 0.70 69.73 Gold 1.70 1,787.90 EUR/USD 0.0007 1.1717 JPY/USD 0.09 109.69 10-Year Note +0.009 1.267% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Target Corp. ($TGT) Q2 EPS $3.64 vs. est. $3.49; Q2 revs $25.16B vs. est. $25.08B; Q2 comp store sales rise +8.9% vs. est. +8.2%; q2 digital comp sales grew 10%; board approved a new, $15B share repurchase program; for 2H2 2021, expects high single digit growth in comp sales, near high end of previous guidance range; now expects FY operating income margin rate will be 8% or higher Lowe’s ($LOW) Q2 EPS $4.25 vs. est. $4.00; Q2 revs $27.6B vs. est. $26.79B; Q2 consolidated comparable sales decreased (-1.6%) vs. est. decline (-2.2%) and U.S. comparable sales decreased (-2.2%) vs. est. (-2.6%); sees FY21 revenue $92B vs. est. $91.53B; sees FY21 comp sales up 30%; sees FY21 capital expenditures $2B; Q2 cost of sales increased 1.4% to $18.26 billion, to bring gross margin down to 33.78% from 34.08% Krispy Kreme ($DNUT) Q2 EPS $0.13 vs. est. $0.14; Q2 revs $349.2M vs. est. $333.36M; qtrly net revenue growth of 43% and organic growth of 23%, up from a 6.7% decline in Q2 of 2020; sees FY organic revenue growth of 10% to 12% and sees FY adjusted Ebitda of $178M-$185M; sees FY21 revenue $1.34B-$1.38B vs. est. $1.34B Jack Henry ($JKHY) 4Q EPS $1.04 vs est. $0.93 on revs $450.3Mm vs est. $445Mm; guides FY22 adj revs $1.866-1.875B vs est. $1.882B, sees FY EPS $4.53-4.60 vs est. $4.52 La-Z-Boy ($LZB) 1Q adj EPS $0.55 vs est. $0.56 on sales $534.8Mm vs est. $485.9Mm, qtrly written comps in company-owned retail segment +22%; adj consolidated op mgn 6.6%; says rapidly escalating commodity and freight costs have not shown signs of abating, did take additional pricing actions during the qtr and imposed a surcharge on pending dealer orders in backlog; says expect margin performance to begin to improve in 2Q and see finishing FY with consolidated adj op mgn at or near dbl-digits America’s Car-Mart ($CART) Q2 EPS $3.57 vs. est. $3.49; Q2 Same store revenue growth 46.7 % and net charge-offs as a percent of average finance receivables 4.3%. Energy, Industrials and Materials The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported that crude inventories fell 1.163M barrels last week and gasoline inventories fell 1.979M barrels Copper prices eased to their lowest in a month after recent weak economic data reinforced demand fears while a looming central bankers conference focuses attention on interest rates; three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) fell for a third day JinkoSolar Holding ($JKS) supply pact with Wacker Chemie as it will supply JinkoSolar holding unit Jinko solar co. with over 70,000 tons of polysilicon from sept. 2021 to Dec. 2026 Healthcare Agilent Technologies ($A) Q3 EPS $1.10 vs. est. $0.99; Q3 revs $1.59B vs. est. $1.54B; sees Q4 EPS $1.15-$1.18 above est. $1.11; sees Q4 revenue $1.63B-$1.66B above est. $1.61B; raises FY EPS view to $4.28-$4.31 from prior $4.09-$4.14 and ups rev view GlaxoSmithKline ($GSK) receives FDA accelerated approval for Jemperli (dostarlimab-gxly) for adult patients with mismatch repair-deficient (DMMR) recurrent or advanced solid tumors Marinus Pharmaceuticals (MRNS) reports topline Ganaxolone phase 2 open-label results in tuberous sclerosis complex and receives FDA Orphan Drug designation Tilray ($TLRY) announced the acquisition of a majority of outstanding convertible notes of MedMen Enterprises ($MMNFF) held by certain funds Alcon ($ALC) Q2 core EPS $0.56 vs. est. $0.45; Q2 revs $2.1B vs. est. $1.96B; raises FY21 core EPS view to $2.00-$2.10 from $1.85-$1.95 (est. $1.93) and raises FY21 revenue view to $8B-$8.2B from $7.8B-$8B (est. $7.92B) AnaptysBio ($ANAB) announced that the U.S. FDA approved a second indication for GSK’s ($GSK) JEMPERLI for the treatment of adult patients with mismatch repair deficient recurrent or advanced solid tumors Technology, Media & Telecom CDK Global ($CDK) 4Q adj EPS $0.66 vs est. $0.67 on revs $420.1Mm vs est. $427.7Mm; guides FY22 adj EPS $2.70-2.90 vs est. $3.02, sees FY revs $1.78-1.82B vs est. $1.78B Cree Inc. ($CREE) shares fell -4%; 4Q adj EPS ($0.23) vs est. ($0.24) on revs $145.8Mm vs est. $145.2Mm; guides 1Q adj EPS loss $0.21-0.25 vs est. loss $0.23, sees 1Q revs $144-154Mm vs est. $153.4Mm Cree ($CREE) and STMicroelectronics (STM) announced the expansion of an existing multi-year, long-term silicon carbide wafer supply agreement Instructure Holdings (INST) 2Q ($0.17) on revs $93.6Mm; guides 3Q revs $100.4-101.4Mm, sees 3Q adj net income $21.2-22.2Mm; guides FY adj net income $87.2-89.2Mm Weibo ($WB) Q2 EPS $0.79 vs. est. $0.63; Q2 revs $574.47M vs. est. $527.89M; Q2 monthly active users were 566M in June, a net addition of 43M users on a YoY basis; Q2 mobile MAUs represented 94% of MAUs. Average daily active users were 246M in June, a net addition of 16M users yoy; sees Q3 revs up 20%-25% ViacomCBS ($VIAC) upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Wells Fargo with a price target of $60, up from $45 saying the company’s streaming efforts are bearing fruit and have impressed us, so is moving from historical bears to constructive bulls Bottomline Technologies ($EPAY) announces up to $50M stock repurchase plan
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who peed in my CREE?
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*CREE, STMICROS EXPAND SILICON CARBIDE WAFER SUPPLY PACT
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Mr Cree was dropping wood
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Cree 4Q Loss/Shr $1.28 >CREE Cree 4Q Loss/Shr $1.28 >CREE
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shoe what u got in cree ?
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Tuesday, August 17, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -221.00 0.62% 35,313 S&P 500 -21.25 0.49% 4,452 Nasdaq -59.50 0.39% 15,075 U.S. equity-index futures are looking lower this morning, while global stocks have fallen for a second day amid several market concerns. U.S. major averages hit record highs (S&P 500 and Dow record high closes for a 5th straight session) on Monday as investors moved into defensive sectors (Healthcare, Staples, Utilities) and stocks recovered from losses earlier in the session, shaking off glum economic data out of China and the U.S., but start the day on shaky ground yet again. Several factors playing into the morning decline including: 1) concerns that more lockdowns could be needed to contain the coronavirus pandemic; 2) Treasury yields fall ahead of an address by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on the health of the world’s largest economy; 3) Dow component Home Depot (HD) reports a top and bottom-line beat, but weaker-than-expected comp sales drag shares lower; 4) Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren said Monday he could be prepared to begin rolling back economic stimulus this fall. But he said he wouldn’t boost interest rates until the employment picture improves; 5) China markets tumble following another regulatory crackdown after China published detailed rules to tackle unfair competition and companies’ handling of critical data; the draft regulations ban unfair competition and restrict the use of user data. Investors were also digesting news from Afghanistan, where thousands of civilians desperate to flee the country thronged Kabul airport after the Taliban seized the capital. Asian stocks retreat for fourth day as the Hang Seng and Shanghai Composite lose ground after China issues draft rules targeting unfair online competition. The Kosdaq sinks 2.3% as Korean selloff resumes following Monday’s holiday. The Nikkei Index fell -98 points to 27,424, the Shanghai Index tumbled -70 points (or 2%) to 3,446 and the Hang Seng Index declined -435 points (1.66%) to 25,745. In Europe, the German DAX is down around -40 points to 15,885, while the FTSE 100 is up a few points to 7,165. Wal-Mart earnings expected later this morning as well. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 11.71 points, or 0.26%, to 4,479.71 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 110.02 points, or 0.31%, to 35,625.40 The Nasdaq Composite slumped -29.13 points, or 0.20%, to 14,793.76 The Russell 2000 Index declined -19.69 points, or 0.89% to 2,203.41 Events Calendar for Today 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:30 AM ET Advance Retail Sales MoM for July…est. (-0.02%) 8:30 AM ET Retail Sales Ex; Autos MoM for July…est. 0.1% 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 9:15 AM ET Industrial Production MoM for July…est. 0.5% 9:15 AM ET Capacity Utilization for July…est. 75.7% 10:00 AM ET Business Inventories MoM for June…est. 0.8% 10:00 AM ET NAHB Housing Market Index for Aug…est. 80 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AIT, CRTD, HD, OB, PINC, WMT Earnings After the Close: A, CDK, CREE, CRMT, DNUT, INST, JKHY, LZB Other Key Events: EnerCom Oil & Gas Conference (virtual), 8/15-8/18 BWS Financial Growth and Value Conference (virtual), 8/16-8/17 Needham MedTech and Diagnostics Conference (virtual), 8/16-8/17 Truist Atlanta Bank Summit (virtual) 8/16-8/17 Davidson West Coast Bank Tour (virtual), 8/17-8/18 Deutsche bank Transportation Conference (virtual), 8/17-8/18 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.33 66.96 Brent -0.23 69.28 Gold 6.55 1,794.00 EUR/USD -0.0012 1.1766 JPY/USD 0.05 109.29 10-Year Note -0.027 1.23% World News The Fed’s Rosengren said last night his preference would be to start tapering bond purchases in the fall, potentially October or November, no later than December; says if we get another strong labor market report, he would be supportive of announcing taper program in September Sector News Breakdown Consumer Home Depot ($HD) shares fall -4% on comp sales miss; Q2 EPS $4.53 vs. est. $4.43; Q2 revs $41.12B vs. est. $40.73B; Q2 comp sales rose 4.5% below est. 5.6% and comparable sales in the U.S. increased 3.4% vs. est. 4.9%; number of customer transactions declined by 5.8% YoY to 481.7 million, but the average ticket size grew 11% to $82.48 Stanley Black & Decker ($SWK) agreed to acquire the remaining 80% ownership stake in MTD Holdings Inc., a privately held global manufacturer of outdoor power equipment, for $1.6 billion in cash Gan Ltd. ($GAN) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.07) vs. est. loss (-$0.01); Q2 revs $34.6M vs. est. $34.53M; sequential revenue growth of 24%, driven by strong international results in b2c segment; reiterates revenue guidance of $125 – $135 million, or 270% YoY growth at the mid-point; backs FY21 revenue view of $125M-$135M Lightning eMotors ($ZEV) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.79) vs. est. loss (-$0.14); Q2 revs $5.9M vs. est. $5.37M; sees Q3 revs $4M-$6M vs. est. $10.58M; sees Q3 adjusted loss from operations $12M-$13M; no longer expects to meet full year guidance; said no orders have been cancelled and company expects to fulfill those orders in future quarters; sees for qtr ending sept 30, vehicle and powertrain sales of 28 units to 40 units Elys Game Technology ($ELYS) Q2 revenue $11.7M vs est $10.89M; 2Q Betting Handle +134% YoY to $220.1M; Q2 GGR +153.8% YoY to $14.9M; Q2 total revenue +143% YoY to $11.7M Spirit Airlines ($SAVE) said it expects total operating revenues in the range of $885M – $955M vs. $1.05B consensus and adjusted operating expenses between $1,030M and $1,040M; expects a negative revenue impact of ~50M from 2,826 flight cancellations between July 30 and August 9, due to airport staffing shortages and adverse weather; also noted softer-than-expected booking trends and increased close-in guest cancellations, likely due to a resurgence in COVID-19 cases Energy, Industrials and Materials Ammo Inc. ($POWW) Q1 adj EPS $0.13 on revs $44.5M, up 360%; says raising 2022 revenue guidance from $190M to $210M, including reiterating our expectation for Q2 revenue of at least $51M and sees Q3 revs about $60M; increasing our Adjusted EBITDA guidance for fiscal 2022 from $65M to $70M Clean Energy Fuels Corp. ($CLNE) announced a slew of new deals in response to the demand for renewable natural gas ($RNG), a fuel produced from organic waste, as more fleets adopt and expand their use of the low-carbon transportation fuel. RNG represents more than 74 percent of the 26 million gallons of fuel Clean Energy expects to provide through these recent signed agreements. Clean Energy has a stated goal of providing 100 percent zero-carbon renewable fuel at its stations by 2025. Financials Opendoor Technologies inc. ($OPEN) announces proposed convertible senior notes offering Healthcare Berkshire Hathaway reduced its stakes in large cap Pharma names Merck (MRK) by 48.8% to 9.2M shares, AbbVie ($ABBV) by 10.2% to 20.5M shares and Bristol-Myers (BMY) by 15.3% to 26.3M shares and exited shares in Biogen ($BIIB) according to 13F filings The Biden administration is planning to announce that most Americans who have received the coronavirus vaccine will need booster shots eight months after being fully vaccinated as the delta variant sparks a surge in Covid-19 cases – Washington Post Eli Lilly and Company ($LLY) today announced executive leadership changes and the creation of neuroscience and immunology business units. These changes will increase Lilly’s focus on introducing breakthrough new medicines to millions of people with unmet needs. Incyte ($INCY) and InnoCare announced that Incyte and a subsidiary of InnoCare have entered into a collaboration and license agreement for the development and commercialization of tafasitamab, a humanized Fc-modified cytolytic CD19 targeting monoclonal antibody, in China Clovis ($CLVS) renews at-the-market equity program with $125M offering Globus Medical ($GMED) announced that Excelsius3D, an intelligent intraoperative 3-in-1 imaging system, has been granted 510(k) clearance by the FDA Solid Biosciences Inc. ($SLDB) ends q2 with about $249 mln cash and investments; cash runway into q4 2022; said net loss for Q2 of 2021 was $18.7M vs. $19.0M for Q2 of 2020 Technology, Media & Telecom Roblox Corp. ($RBLX) shares fall -6%; Q2 EPS loss (-$0.25) vs. est. $0.24; Q2 revs $454.1M vs. est. $689.2M; qtrly bookings increased 35% over q2 2020 to $665.5M; qtrly average daily active users ($DAUs) were 43.2 mln, an increase of 29%; qtrly average bookings per DAU was $15.41, a slight increase year over year Chinese stocks listed in the U.S. ($BIDU, $BABA, $DIDI, $JD, $NTES) fall in premarket trading following Beijing’s latest moves to tighten its grip on the nation’s internet giants and after SEC Chair Gary Gensler issued his most direct warning yet about the risks of investing in Chinese companies Sea Limited ($SE) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.61) vs. est. loss (-$0.52); Q2 revs $2.3B vs. est. $1.93B; digital entertainment active users 725.2 million, +45% y/y; digital entertainment paying users 92.2 million, +85% y/y; said is raising the guidance for both digital entertainment and e-commerce for the full year of 2021. We expect bookings for digital entertainment to be between $4.5 billion and $4.7 billion, representing 44.4% growth from 2020 at the midpoint of the revised guidance Fabrinet ($FN) Q4 Non-GAAP EPS $1.31 vs. est. $1.22; Q4 revs $509.6M vs. est. $487.5M; sees Q1 revs $510M-$530M vs. est. $491.5M Telos Corp. ($TLS) Q2 adj EPS $0.04 vs. est. $0.02; Q2 revs $52.56M vs. est. $53.7M; backs FY21 rev view to $283M-$295M vs. est. $288.75M; said sees FY21 adjusted EBITDA $33M-$36M. Upstart Holdings, inc. ($UPST) announces proposed private offering of $575,000,000 of convertible senior notes due 2026 Global-e Online ($GLBE) Q2 EPS (2c) vs 2 est’s 0c; Q2 rev $57.3M vs est $47.6M; Q2 adjusted EBITDA $7.6M vs. $3.1M YoY; sees Q3 rev $54.3M-$56.3M vs $48.4M; sees Q3 adj EBITDA $2.8M-$3.8M and GMV of $328M-$338M; raises FY21 rev view to $227M- $231M from $209M-$213.5M vs est $210.95M; raises FY21 GMV view to $1.35B-$1.37B from $1.21B-$1.255B
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im gonna take 50% on cree here
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Cree is an innovator of Wolfspeed® power and radio frequency (RF) semiconductors and lighting class LEDs. Cree's Wolfspeed product families include silicon carbide materials, power-switching devices and RF devices targeted for applications such as electric vehicles, fast charging inverters, power supplies, telecom and military and aerospace. Cree's LED product families include blue and green LED chips, high-brightness LEDs and lighting-class power LEDs targeted for indoor and outdoor lighting, video displays, transportation and specialty lighting applications.
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