$DOOR

Masonite International Corp

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Producer Manufacturing
  • Building Products
  • Manufacturing
  • Wood Window and Door Manufacturing

PRICE

$92.69 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

214,402

DAY RANGE

91.9575 - 94.71

52 WEEK

72.86 - 128.87

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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares slid on Tuesday as relief at a rally on Wall Street was punctured by a retreat in U.S. stock futures, while the euro held near one-month highs as odds narrowed on a July rate rise from the ECB. After ending Monday firmer, Nasdaq futures lost 1.5%, with traders blaming an earnings warning from Snap (NYSE:SNAP) which saw shares in the Snapchat owner tumble 28%. S&P 500 futures slipped 0.9%, surrendering some of Monday's 1.8% bounce. EUROSTOXX 50 futures fell 0.5% and FTSE futures 0.6%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dipped 0.8% in hesitant trading. Japan's Nikkei fell 0.8% and Chinese blue chips 1.1%. Markets had taken some comfort from U.S. President Joe Biden's comment on Monday that he was considering easing tariffs on China, and from Beijing's ongoing promises of stimulus. Unfortunately, China's zero-COVID policy, with attendant lockdowns, has already done considerable economic damage. "Following disappointing April activity data, we have downgraded our China GDP (gross domestic product) forecast again and now look for 2Q GDP to contract 5.4% annualised, previously ‒1.5%," warned analysts at JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM). "Our 2Q global growth forecast stands at just 0.6% annualised rate, easily the weakest quarter since the global financial crisis outside of 2020." Early surveys of European and U.S. manufacturing purchasing managers for May due on Tuesday could show some slowing in what has been a resilient sector of the global economy. Japan's manufacturing activity grew at the slowest pace in three months in May amid supply bottlenecks, while Toyota announced a cut in its output plans. Analysts have also been trimming growth forecasts for the United States given the Federal Reserve seems certain to hike interest rates by a full percentage point over the next two months. The hawkish message is likely to be driven home this week by a host of Fed speakers and minutes of the last policy meeting due on Wednesday. The European Central Bank is also turning more hawkish, with President Christine Lagarde surprising many by opening the door for a rate rise as early as July. That saw the euro at $1.0665, having bounced 1.2% overnight in its best session since early March. It now faces stiff chart resistance around $1.0756. The dollar also retreated versus sterling and a range of currencies, taking the dollar index down 0.9% overnight. It was last up a fraction at 102.240. Meanwhile the euro had jumped sharply to 136.05 Japanese yen, while the dollar faded a little to 127.65 yen. The pullback in the dollar helped gold regain some ground to $1,855 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices were caught between worries over a possible global downturn and the prospect of higher fuel demand from the U.S. summer driving season and Shanghai's plans to reopen after a two-month coronavirus lockdown. [O/R] U.S. crude eased 66 cents to $109.63 per barrel, while Brent lost 70 cents to $112.74.

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**@DanielleMorrill:** Eclipse thoughts: 3 years ago we bought our house in Denver, and last month we closed on the lot next door to extend our space. Really never thought I’d be here, but now I can’t really imagine being anywhere else. (I love this tree) https://t.co/2RnCXQuKrI https://twitter.com/DanielleMorrill/status/1526035830644518913

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**@MichaelKitces:** When To Say No As An Advisor: Why A No Opens The Door To A Better Yes & other "Weekend Reading For Financial Planners (May 14-15)" - https://t.co/TpcMuk026E#Advicers https://t.co/lLedagHNmX https://twitter.com/MichaelKitces/status/1525968028713766913

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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [April 19, 2022]: Outside Day Down Ahead?** APRIL 19, 2022 — TUESDAY AM The ES and NQ are seeing early rejections at yHI, which could open the door to a push to yLO ahead, creating bearish outside days. These markets remain within clear downtrends at the moment, which means more downside is likely ahead until we see a significant rejection day. Crude Oil is testing the 105 level, which is the key pivot to watch today. Bitcoin has developed a new daily buy signal off the 38500 level, which suggests short term upside ahead. The same applies for ETH.

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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [April 12, 2022]: 4-Day Narrow Range in Crude Oil** APRIL 12, 2022 — TUESDAY AM All markets appear to be experiencing a strong pre-market rally, after rejections at yLO opened the door for a return to yMID. However, will this strength last? Crude Oil reached our first target of wCL today, and will likely continue toward 99.70 (wMID) ahead. Also, the 4-day narrow range in CL suggests a major breakout could be ahead.

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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [April 11, 2022]: Crude Oil Testing wLO** APRIL 11, 2022 — MONDAY AM The ES, NQ, BTC, and ETH remain in a very clear downtrend after topping out early last week. These are still trying to find strong lows, as more downside likely remains ahead. Crude Oil is attempting to reject prices below wLO, which could open the door to a return to wCL and wMID above.

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they dont close the door with keys.....

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Taiwan's Red Door Digital Raises $5M to Build AAA-Games for Web 3 https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/03/24/taiwans-red-door-digital-raises-5m-to-build-aaa-games-for-web-3/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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read they have to order a garage door before they pour the foundation

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By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar slipped on Tuesday after a move higher the previous day as comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell faded and a rise in equities markets help boost risk-on sentiment. The greenback saw its biggest one day percentage gain since March 10 on Monday, as Powell opened the door for raising rates by more than 25 basis points at upcoming policy meetings in order to combat inflation. Traders are pricing in a 66.1% chance of a 50 basis point hike at the Fed's May meeting, according to CME's FedWatch Tool https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/interest-rates/countdown-to-fomc.html?redirect=/trading/interest-rates/fed-funds.html, up from slightly more than 50% a week ago. In the wake of Powell's comments, Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) now anticipates the central bank to raise interest rates by 50 basis points at both its May and June meetings. Investors were in a risk-on mood, as U.S. stocks rose and dented some of the safe-haven appeal of the greenback, with equities getting a lift, in part, from bank shares on Fed rate hike expectations. "For the dollar, it is well supported by the Fed's increasingly hawkish rate stance but it is off its peaks, risk-appetite has something to do with that, with stocks higher that is kind of tempering the dollar’s gains," said Joe Manimbo, senior market analyst at Western Union (NYSE:WU) Business Solutions in Washington, DC. "At least for now, it seems the market is giving the Fed the benefit of the doubt that it can foster a soft landing and that is what is underpinning risk appetite and capping gains in the dollar." The dollar index fell 0.063%. The yen continued its recent weakness as the Bank of Japan renewed its stance on keeping its ultra-loose monetary policy intact. The yen hit a fresh six-year low of 121.03 and last weakened 1.03% versus the greenback at 120.70 per dollar. The yen also suffered against other currencies, with the euro hitting a five-month high of 133.33 and was last up 1.18% to $133.14. The Japanese currency slumped to a more than 6-1/2-year low against the Swiss franc at 128.91, with the franc last up 1.48% to $128.89. The euro was up 0.14% to $1.1029. The single currency has weakened over the past month as the conflict in Ukraine has escalated and served to increase energy prices. On Monday, European Central Bank (ECB)President Christine Lagarde said the Fed and ECB will move out of sync, as the war in Ukraine has very different impacts on their respective economies. ECB policymaker Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Tuesday the central bank needs to look beyond short-term swings in energy prices and focus on underlying inflation trends. Sterling was last trading at $1.3249, up 0.64% on the day. In cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin last rose 4.18% to $42,874.48. Ethereum last rose 3.63% to $3,015.46.

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After Short-Lived Ban, NY Town Is Still Reckoning With Crypto Miners Next Door https://www.coindesk.com/layer2/miningweek/2022/03/21/after-short-lived-ban-ny-town-is-still-reckoning-with-crypto-miners-next-door/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [March 15, 2022]: Bitcoin, Ether Narrow Ranges** MARCH 15, 2022 — TUESDAY AM The ES and NQ are both seeing early rejections of yLO and wLO, which opens the door to a return to yMID. However, given the overall downtrending nature of this market, morning strength likely offers another opportunity for bears to sell ahead of afternoon and late-day weakness. Crude Oil is now back at the 96 market structure support, and could trade between 96 and 106 before its next move. Below 96 opens up 86. Bitcoin has developed a narrow 3-day range, and ETH is working on a 7-day narrow range. These ranges are building energy for the next short term move.

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FLR also a back door nuclear play on the buildouts

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we have an open door policy for people to enjoy the platform....feel free to join us at Coretrader

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@Benlax #droscrew
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and close the door for entry just like that

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sure..Nav...what's your address..I live next door

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Asian stocks steadied on Wednesday and demand for safe-havens waned a little as investors regarded Russian troop movements near Ukraine and initial Western sanctions as leaving room to avoid a war, while a rate hike lifted New Zealand's dollar. Commodity prices remain elevated, however, and traders are still nervous over the situation on Europe's eastern edge. Overnight oil struck a seven-year high while the S&P 500 index tipped into correction territory, having dropped more than 10% from January's record peak. [O/R][.N] S&P 500 futures were up 0.55% in Asian trade, after U.S. President Joe Biden left the door open to diplomacy as he announced sanctions on two Russian banks and some elites close to President Vladimir Putin. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3%. Japan's Nikkei was closed for the Emperor's birthday holiday. "The market sees the various sanctions ... as modest and perhaps not as aggressive as feared," said Chris Weston, head of research at brokerage Pepperstone. "For now, one could assess there is a vibe across markets that Russian troops will hold Donbass, but push no further," he added, referring to the parts of eastern Ukraine that Russia has recognised as independent and has sent troops to reinforce. The European Union and Britain also announced plans to target banks and Russian elites while Germany halted Russia's Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, leading to a nearly 11% leap in Europe's benchmark gas price. Japan followed on Wednesday, with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida saying the nation is prohibiting the issuance of Russian bonds in Japan and freezing the assets of certain Russian individuals as well as restricting travel to Japan. Wheat futures had also leapt on Tuesday, posting the sharpest leap in three-and-a-half years and corn futures hit an eight-month high on concern that conflict could disrupt grain supply from the Black Sea export region. [GRA/] Brent crude futures were last steady at $97.09 a barrel, having eased off Tuesday's top of $99.50. U.S. crude futures sat at $92.2 a barrel. CENTRAL BANKS TOO The crisis in Ukraine and the potential for surging energy prices come on top of nerves about whether the global economy can handle rising interest rates. "That's what's weighing on markets - the uncertainty around how hard and fast central banks will go and what it does to the economy in terms of slowing it down," said Kerry Craig, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management in Melbourne. Aidan Yao, senior emerging Asia economist at AXA Investment Managers, told the Reuters Global Markets Forum that the Fed and other central banks would now need to contend with both market sentiment and rising energy prices. "So it's a rock and a hard place - the onus will be on the Fed to make sure spikes in commodity prices don't morph further into inflation expectations and wage/pricing behaviours," he said. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand announced its third consecutive rate hike on Wednesday, lifting its benchmark cash rate by 25 basis points to 1%, as expected, but surprising investors with a hawkish tone. The New Zealand dollar rose 0.6% on the news and is on its longest streak of daily gains in almost two years. [NZD/] China is a notable outlier where rates are falling and, according to a private research group, banks in nearly 90 cities have cut mortgage rates this month. Elsewhere in currency markets, moves were fairly muted, though hopes that war in Ukraine can be avoided took some of the bid from safe-havens. [FRX/] The yen was steady at 115.00 per dollar, having hit 114.50 a day ago. The euro hovered around its 50-day moving average at $1.1331. The Australian dollar, which has been supported by surging commodity prices, touched a two-week high of $0.7241. Cash Treasuries were closed in Asia due to the holiday in Tokyo but benchmark 10-year futures were steady and showed an implied yield of 1.97%. [US/] Precious metals eased from overnight highs but remain bid on nerves about war. Gold was steady at $1,898 an ounce and is up more than 8% from December lows, while platinum and palladium have surged on fears about supply disruption. [GOL/] Platinum is up more than 20% since December and palladium has gained more than 50%.

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FED emergency closed door meeting on Feb 14th....whats this? emergency rate hike?

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got a free sub though > @bunnytoad69 said: "leave ur peloton and badge at the door"

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"leave ur peloton and badge at the door"

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/NQ might open door to $14600

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By Shadia Nasralla LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices were broadly stable on Thursday as signs the worst effects of the Omicron coronavirus variant might be fairly containable were countered by new curbs amid surging case numbers. Brent crude futures were up 21 cents, or 0.3%, to $75.50 a barrel at 1414 GMT, after a 1.8% gain in the previous session. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 19 cents, or 0.3%, at $72.95 a barrel after jumping 2.3% in the previous session. Both contracts are set for a third straight day of gains. So far this year, Brent has risen around 46% and WTI 50%. The big gains on Wednesday were partly spurred by a larger-than-expected drawdown in U.S. crude stockpiles last week. [EIA/S] Also supporting bulls, the United States authorized Pfizer Inc (NYSE:PFE)'s antiviral COVID-19 pill for people aged 12 and older, the first oral and at-home treatment as well as a new tool against the fast-spreading Omicron variant. Meanwhile, AstraZeneca (NASDAQ:AZN) said a three-dose course of its COVID-19 vaccine is effective against the Omicron variant, citing data from an Oxford University lab study. "Oil’s direction is entirely reliant on Omicron headlines, and as long as they stay more contagious but less virulent, oil’s rally is likely to continue, with intra-day ranges exacerbated by thin liquidity," said OANDA market analyst Jeffrey Halley. On the flip side, governments reimposed a range of restrictions to slow the spread of Omicron. The Chinese city of Xian on Wednesday ordered its 13 million residents to stay home, while Scotland imposed gathering limits from Dec. 26 for up to three weeks, and two Australian states reimposed mask mandates. However, fears over the potential impact of mobility restrictions on fuel demand have receded because the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Russia and allies have left the door open to reviewing their plan to add 400,000 barrels per day of supply in January.

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I get a kick out of all the Santa Claus rally references I hear from various writers and reporters. Almost all of them mean “markets rallying, leading up to Christmas”. I’ll call that the Santa Claus rally with a small “r”. The Santa Claus Rally I want to review with you today is the one with a capital “R”. The Santa Claus Rally was first described by the father and son team, Hirsch and Hirsch, in their long-running Stock Trader’s Almanac. And it’s a quite positive indicator, as we’ll see. It’s good to get some additional positive items in front of us. Whatever spiritual tradition you follow, the Christmas holidays can be stressful as expectations run high to get things done, either for you or your family’s celebrations or just to get stuff done by the end of the year. Practically everyone has traditions, but as our relationships with families and friends mature over the years, so do these traditions. I mentioned in my Trading Tip last week that my family is making a trip to see my dad, who turns 88 this weekend. For his birthday, we are taking him to an escape room in the local university town. An escape room is an activity where a team of people are locked in a room and have to decipher clues and solve a series of puzzles and riddles to find the key or combination to the door. This is a new tradition of ours, born out of the necessity to find something that seven adults can enjoy together in the winter. And all three generations of us chip in to help play the live-action game. When we get home next week, we will enjoy a Christmas Eve service at church where my wife leads the praise band and I’ll tag along to drum for her crew. We’ll then head home for our favorite obscure holiday movie. And we each open one package on Christmas Eve. Our adult children have significant others with extended families, so we never know from year to year who’ll be home when over the Christmas holiday. But we know we’ll enjoy time with them whenever it occurs. Every year now is a new experience. And the same might be said for the Santa Claus Rally. We may get a different experience this year. The historically positive Santa Claus Indicator starts on the shortened Christmas Eve (12/24) trading day. However, with Christmas Day and New Year’s Day falling on Saturdays this year, the Santa Claus Rally period will start on Monday (12/27) and last through Tuesday (1/4/22). And in an unusual occurrence, there will be no New Year’s holiday observed at the NYSE for 2022 (…pursuant to NYSE Rule 7.2, NYSE American Rule 7.2E, NYSE Arca Rules 7.2-O and 7.2-E, NYSE Chicago Rule 7.2, and NYSE National Rule 7.2). Through the years, the indicator has given rise to a Wall Street aphorism: “If Santa Claus should fail to call, Bears may come to Broad & Wall” Santa Claus Rally Statistics The Santa Claus indicator is pretty simple. It looks at market performance over a seven-day trading period—the last five trading days of the current trading year and the first two trading days of the New Year. What we find are some compelling stats. Since 1969, this seven-day period has returned positive results in 39 out of 52 years for a 75% win rate and an average gain of 1.4%. Looking back another 20 years shows that the seasonal move holds up with a similar percentage of wins and gains. Santa Claus Rally Fundamentals As with any seasonal tendency, I want to know the fundamentals behind the data. In this case, we have two supporting cases for this short-term seasonal—strong investor psychology and a very tangible institutional money reality as well. On the psychology side, investors and traders are certainly influenced by the mood of the season. Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, it is undeniably the U.S.’s most permeating holiday with a well-promoted theme of joy and good cheer. It is followed up one week later by New Year’s Eve/Day—a near-universal celebration in the western world. Spirits are high, and optimism is the dominating mood of both holidays. On the institutional side, there is a well-known phenomenon of last-minute trading to make portfolio returns look better with techniques that fall under the broad term of “window dressing”. This can range from fairly benign practices like adding hot stocks to the portfolio (so that it looks like the manager was in them all along) to more controversial practices such as bidding up stocks that are already in the portfolio. Here’s some interesting research on the subject reported by Jason Zweig: “A Wall Street Journal analysis of daily trading in roughly 10,000 stocks since 2004 found that on the final trading day of each quarter, there was a sharp increase in the number of stocks that beat the market by at least five percentage points, then trailed it by three points or more the next trading day.” While that particular practice takes place mostly in thinly traded stocks, the general yearning for stronger results at the end of the quarter and especially at the end of the year certainly adds to the consistency of the Santa Claus Rally. There is also the simple reality that institutions and funds have new money coming into them during the first couple of days of the quarter and of the New Year. Money from automatically funded accounts (pensions) and other systematic contributions must be put to work. This well-known money flow effect causes the first two days of the month and quarter to be better performers on average than any other two-day period. So putting the fundamentals and the statistics together, the Santa Claus Rally does seem to have validity and should be taken into consideration as an input (but not the only input!) for your investing and trading decisions. Whatever your spiritual tradition, I pray that all the hope, love and joy of this season are with you and your families! And may you have a happy and prosperous New Year! Great Trading, D. R.

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but can't find the front door

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McElligott noted that this is a “mega” OpEx, with a setup that opens the door to (and I’m quoting him here) “BIGLY” movement, as the gamma drop off is “chunky.” “SPX / SPY $Gamma drop-off is substantial enough, with 33.7% of the $2.2 billion positive $Gamma (34.9%ile) coming off, but it’s the ‘long Delta’ that’s the market risk, with $434.4 billion (95.6%ile) and 55% of that rolling off,” he wrote, adding that “QQQ is definitely gonna get weird, because we currently expect to see 61.8% of Gamma roll off, with $Delta 80.9%ile and 60% of it estimated to drop.”

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(Bloomberg) -- U.S. consumer prices rose last month at the fastest annual pace in nearly 40 years, magnifying how rapid and persistent inflation is eroding paychecks and increasing pressure on the Federal Reserve to tighten policy. The consumer price index increased 6.8% from November 2020, according to Labor Department data released Friday. The widely followed inflation gauge rose 0.8% from October, exceeding forecasts and extending a trend of sizable increases that began earlier this year. The median forecasts in a Bloomberg survey of economists called for a 6.8% annual gain and a 0.7% advance in the monthly measure. The increase in the CPI reflected broad advances in most categories. The data reinforce expectations the Fed will accelerate the wind down of its bond-buying program at the central bank’s final meeting of the year next week. Central banks -- and politicians -- around the world have come under increasing pressure to address rising inflation as workers spend more at the grocery store and the gas pump. A faster tapering would open the door for the Fed to begin increasing interest rates, a move markets now expect by the middle of next year. Annual CPI increases are anticipated to hover near 7% into 2022. Excluding the volatile food and energy components, so-called core prices rose 0.5% from the prior month. The core CPI was up 4.9% from a year earlier, a fresh 30-year high.

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i went there and they had their sign on the door right as businesses began opening up again

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As rVol rises big money runs for the door

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By Matt Scuffham and Elizabeth Howcroft NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Global shares fell Thursday, reversing gains from the previous session as a lack of information about the Omicron coronavirus variant left markets volatile, while crude oil futures extended losses. Global equity markets first dropped on fears over the new variant on Friday last week, and have since see-sawed as investors weighed up the possible impact of countries imposing travel restrictions in response to concerns Omicron may be more contagious than previous variants. On Wednesday, U.S. stocks started to bounce back but then fell after the first Omicron case in the United States was confirmed. MSCI's gauge of stocks across the globe shed 0.09%. Major U.S. stock indexes were mixed at the open. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 149.84 points, or 0.44%, to 34,171.88, the S&P 500 gained 5.51 points, or 0.12%, to 4,518.55 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 16.77 points, or 0.11%, to 15,237.29. The pan-European STOXX 600 index lost 1.62%. The information investors are waiting for is whether the spread of the virus translates into higher hospitalizations, and any comments from vaccine-makers on how well their shots work against this variant. Also weighing on stock markets, and flattening the U.S. yield curve, were remarks by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, who said he would consider a faster end to the Fed's bond-buying program, which could open the door to earlier interest rate hikes. In his second day of testimony in Congress on Wednesday, Powell reiterated that the U.S. central bank needs to be ready to respond to the possibility that inflation does not recede in the second half of next year. "In the past what we've seen is central banks using COVID as an excuse to remain dovish, and what we're seeing is central banks turn hawkish despite rising concerns around COVID, so it is a bit of a shift in communication," said Mohammed Kazmi, portfolio manager at UBP. The Omicron variant also curbed risk appetite, making safe-haven bonds more attractive to investors. Benchmark 10-year notes last rose 7/32 in price to yield 1.4121%, from 1.434% late on Wednesday. "A gloomier December now looms, as risk-off trades dominate," wrote Chris Beauchamp, chief market analyst at IG, in a note to clients. Volatility in equity markets as measured by the Vix, known as Wall Street's "fear index", hit its highest since February on Wednesday, before easing somewhat on Thursday. Oil futures fell after OPEC+ agreed to go ahead with its planned January oil output rise of 400,000 barrels per day. U.S. crude recently fell 2.42% to $63.98 per barrel and Brent was at $67.31, down 2.27% on the day. Currency market volatility also rose, with euro-dollar one-month volatility gauges below Monday's one-year peak but still at elevated levels. "Liquidity in some areas of the market is still quite poor as people grapple with this news and as we head towards year-end, a lot of it is really liquidity driven, which is leading to some volatility," said UBP's Kazmi. "Even in the most liquid market of the U.S. treasury market we've seen some fairly large moves on very little newsflow at times." The dollar index fell 0.191%, with the euro up 0.21% to $1.1343.

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By Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian stocks and major currencies paused for breath on Thursday as markets struggled to find direction in the absence of solid information about the Omicron variant of the new coronavirus, which led to divergent trade in U.S. and European share futures. Also weighing on traders' minds were remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, reiterating that he would consider a faster wind-down to the bond-buying programme, which could open the door to earlier interest rates hikes. With markets betting this would eventually keep inflation in check, the result was also a flattening in the U.S. yield curve. Euro Stoxx 50 futures fell 1.3% in early trading on Thursday, indicating Wednesday's 1.7% gain in the EUROSTOXX, its best day since May, would be reversed, and FTSE futures were down 1.13% In contrast, S&P 500 futures rose 0.56% and Nasdaq 100 futures gained 0.49%. Both underlying indexes closed down over 1% on Wednesday. "All that anyone can do at the moment is wait for each headline as it breaks, as there are a series of outstanding questions about the new variant that remain largely unanswered and will remain unanswered for days or weeks," said Kyle Rodda, an analyst at Melbourne brokerage IG markets. He added that with the Fed reducing stimulus and building up to rate hikes, markets were no longer using "a bad development as another excuse to buy stocks expecting an increase in liquidity from the Fed." Much remains unknown about the new variant, which was first found on Nov. 8 in South Africa and has spread to at least two dozen countries. On Thursday, South Korea halted quarantine exemptions for fully vaccinated inbound travellers for two weeks, while the Japanese central bank warned of economic pain as countries respond with tighter curbs. In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan advanced 0.35%, supported by a 1.21% rise in Korea's KOSPI on the back of a mini tech rally, while Japan's Nikkei lost 0.27%. Chinese real estate firms in Hong Kong and mainland markets gained on news three Chinese developers are seeking to raise a combined 18 billion yuan ($2.83 billion) by selling bonds onshore, a sign Beijing is marginally easing liquidity strains on the cash-strapped sector. Also drawing investors' attention was the second day of Powell's testimony to Congress in which he said the Fed needs to be ready to respond to the possibility that inflation may not recede in the second half of next year. "We now expect the (Fed's policy committee) to finish asset purchases in April 2022 and start hiking the Funds rate in June 2022," said analysts at CBA in a morning note. Investors seemed to think this would mean rates would eventually peak at a lower level, and so looked to long-dated Treasury bonds, sending the yield on 30-year bonds to their lowest since early January in late U.S. hours on Wednesday. Benchmark 10-year yields dropped to as low as 1.404% - a nine-week low - and were last at 1.4426% The dollar index was steady, though the greenback rose nearly 0.3% to 113.07 yen regaining some of its recent losses, thanks to Powell's hawkish tone. Oil prices also rebounded, albeit after a strong sell-off in recent days based on fears the new variant will hit travel. Brent crude futures gained 0.8% to $69.45 a barrel, and U.S. crude futures gained 0.93% to $66.18 a barrel though still in sight of Tuesday's over three month low. Spot gold slid 0.38% to $1,776 an ounce.

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I mean if you know the guy go for it > @Pyrognosis said: I just want to beat up the junkie next door...

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I just want to beat up the junkie next door...

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**@TheCryptoDog:** not gonna lie, if this new COVID variant can spread thru HK hotel quarantine, that's pretty wild.HK quarantine is ridiculously strict, you can't leave your room, at all, ever. You can grab food from a chair sitting outside your door (with mask on) few times per day https://t.co/cgjuKIeAnd https://twitter.com/TheCryptoDog/status/1464250009474543617

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By Ahmad Ghaddar LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices fell slightly on Thursday, as investors eyed how major producers respond to the U.S.-led emergency oil release designed to cool the market and with OPEC now expecting the release to swell inventories. Brent crude futures slipped 14 cents, or 0.2%, to $82.11 a barrel by 1413 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures fell 30 cents, or 0.4%, to $78.09 a barrel. OPEC expects the U.S. release to swell a surplus in oil markets by 1.1 million barrels per day (bpd), a source from the group said. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and allies, together called OPEC+, will meet on Dec. 1-2 to set policy. "The bold move from the oil importers has opened the door wide open for OPEC+ to adjust its supply policy downwards at its next (meeting on) 2 December 2021," Rystad Energy analyst Louise Dickson said. OPEC+ has been adding 400,000 barrels per day of supply since August, unwinding record output cuts made last year when pandemic curbs slammed demand. Three sources told Reuters OPEC+ is not discussing pausing its oil output increases, despite the decision by the United States, Japan, India and others to release emergency oil stocks. OPEC members the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait said they were fully committed to the OPEC+ agreement and had no prior stance ahead of next week's meeting. Iraq, also an OPEC member, said it backs continuing OPEC+'s existing plan of raising output by 400,000 bpd a month, saying the outlook for the oil market was unclear due to turbulence in global markets. High oil prices have added to inflationary concerns. A coordinated release could add around 70-80 million barrels of crude supply to markets, analysts at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said. The U.S. Department of Energy has launched an auction to sell 32 million barrels of strategic petroleum reserves (SPR) for delivery between late December to April 2022. It plans to release another 18 million barrels soon. Traders are also looking out for whether China will follow through on plans to release oil from its reserves. U.S. Energy Information Administration data on Wednesday showed gasoline and distillate stockpiles fell more than expected, while crude stocks rose. [EIA/S] (Additonal reporting by Sonali Paul in Melbourne and Florence Tan in Singapore; Editing by Kirsten Donovan and Bernadette Baum)

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next door is such a joke

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$KIND Next Door has a ticker?

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if they fail door wide open to 130

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Vol-sellers and dip-buyers reengage at the first sign of “trouble” (conditioned as they are by a dozen years of muscle memory) and spot ends up pinned as hedging flows insulate the market from large moves. As the distribution compresses, realized vol moves lower, opening the door to mechanical re-allocation from the vol-control universe. Until the next OpEx cycle, when the window opens again. McElligott reiterated the same, describing a “general YTD environment where a lot of yield enhancement options-selling / overwriting has created a ton of ATM Gamma which Dealers are long, reinforc[ing] this absurdly ‘pinned’ low realized Vol environment,” he wrote Friday. “Around the ‘Gamma Unclench’ of monthly expirations traders ‘front-run’ the de-risking of extremely long $Delta ahead of the Gamma release.”

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Fed's Bullard Says Fed Taper Increased To $30B Per Month Would Open Door To Rate Increase End Of Q1 2022

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Taproot, the long-anticipated Bitcoin upgrade, will activate this weekend at block 709,632, opening the door for developers to integrate new features that will improve privacy, scalability and security on the network.

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Upside momentum continues with S&P futures edging higher, looking to make it a 9th straight day of gains overall, and the Nasdaq Composite looking at an 11th straight day of advances, with no signs of caution by investors heading into key inflation data today and tomorrow. The producer price index (PPI) for October is expected at 8:30 AM, and the consumer price index (CPI) tomorrow, but still no concerns exhibited in the bond market with the 10-year yield at its lowest level in 2-weeks around 1.45%, while gold prices are steady at $1,829 an ounce. The S&P 500 closed at an all-time high for the eighth consecutive session last night, extending the longest winning streak since 1997, as investors added the impact of $1 trillion in fresh government stimulus. That coupled with removed travel lockdowns, a strong earnings season, and positive vaccine news has boosted stocks over the last month. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -0.75% to 29.285, the Shanghai Index gained 0.24% to settle at 3,507 and the Hang Seng Index rose 0.2% to 24,813. In Europe, the German DAX is up 45 points to 16,090, while the FTSE 100 rise 0.2% to 7,313. Stocks keep pushing higher, making new all time highs each day the past week for the Dow, Nasdaq, S&P 500 and Russell 2000. Events Calendar for Today 6:00 AM ET NFIB Small Business Optimism Index for Oct 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:30 AM ET Producer Price Index MoM for October…est. 0.6% 8:30 AM ET Producer Price Index YoY for Oct…est. 8.7% 8:30 AM ET PPI Ex: Food & Energy MoM for October…est. 0.5% 8:30 AM ET PPI Ex Food & Energy YoY for October…est. 6.8% 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AFI, AGEN, APRN, BSY, CAH, CCO, CEVA, CNCE, CORR, CSII, CTG, DRNA, EBIX, ECOM, FSS, HAE, HAIN, HCI, HGV, HRMY, IGT, IIVI, ITCI, KPLT, MIDD, MRNS, MRSN, MSGE, OCGN, OSG, OWL, PLTR, PRPL, PRTY, SEAS, SSTI, STWD, SYY, TGI, VCEL, WHF, WKHS, WNC, WRK, XPEL Earnings After the Close: ACHV, AIRG, ALTO, ARLO, ASH, AVID, AXON, CALA, CCXI, CLPT, CNNE, COIN, CPRX, CPSI, CRIS, DAR, DASH,DNUT, DOCS, DSP, DV, EGAN, ELY, EPAY, EPM, EVBG, FC, FGEN, FLGT, FUBO, G, GO, HCKT, HYLN, ID, INO, KODK, LAW, LGND, LPRO, MCFE, MNKD, MODN, NVTS, OCX, ORGO, PAR, PAY, PAYS, PLUG, POSH, PUBM, PXLW, REI, RNG, RPAY, SAIL, SCSC, SEER, SGMS, SILK, SKIN, TMDX, TWNK, TWOU, U, UPST, VERI, VRM, VZIO, WES, WYNN Other Key Events: Baird 51st Annual Global Industrial Conference, 11/9-11/12 (virtual) Bank America 2021 Banking & Financials Conference, 11/9-11/10 (virtual) Cowen 7th Annual Software Bus Tour, 11/9/110 (virtual) Credit Suisse 30th Annual Healthcare Conference, 11/8-11/11 (virtual) JPMorgan Global Consumer, Retail & Luxury Conference, 11/8-11/11 (virtual) EEI Financial Conference, 11/7-11/9 (virtual) REITWorld 2021 Annual Conference, 11/9-11/12 (virtual) China PPI, CPI and M2 Money Supply for October Sector News Breakdown Consumer AMC Entertainment ($AMC) Q3 EPS ($0.44) vs est. ($0.53) on revenue $763.2M vs est. $708.3M; currently has liquidity availability over $1.8B, does not anticipate the need to borrow under revolver lines over the next 12 months CarLotz ($LOTZ) 3Q EPS ($0.03) vs est. ($0.21) on revs $68Mm vs est. $55.2Mm, will continue to open new hubs in 2022, though fewer than in 2021; says expects sequential qtrly improvement in retail units sold and retail GPU in 4Q Clarus Corp ($CLAR) 3Q adj EPS $0.50 vs est. $0.48 on sales $109Mm vs est. $106.1Mm; guides FY sales $362.5Mm vs est. $359.7Mm Freshpet ($FRPT) shares fell -14%; Q3 EPS (5c) vs est. 7c profit on revenue $107.6M vs est. $115.5M; now sees FY sales approx. $445M from prior guidance of sales exceeding $445M, adj EBITDA approx. $50M from prior view above $61M Hertz ($HTZZ)5M share Secondary priced at $29.00 R. Horton ($DHI) Q4 EPS $3.70 vs. est. $3.40; Q4 revs $8.1B vs. est. $7.94B; consolidated pre-tax profit margin improved 480 basis points to 21.3% and consolidated pre-tax income increased 63% to $1.7B; Q4 net sales orders down 33% to 15,949 homes; sees FY22 revenue $32.5B-$33.5B above consensus $32.22B International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. ($IFF) Q3 EPS $1.47 vs. est. $1.16; Q3 revs $3.07B vs. est. $2.61B; sees FY21 revs $11.55B vs. est. $10B; sees FY21 adjusted operating EBITDA margin 21% Inter Parfums ($IPAR) Q3 EPS $1.20 vs. est. $0.68; Q3 revs $263M vs. est. $262.69M; said our largest brands, notably Montblanc, Jimmy Choo, Coach, GUESS and Lanvin performed exceptionally well in the Q3 turning in gains of 26%, 40%, 98%, 27%, and 37%, respectively, as compared to 2019’s third quarter Jack Henry Associates ($JKHY) 1Q EPS $1.38 vs est. $1.32 on revs $488.1Mm vs est. $489.4Mm; guides FY adj revs $1.87-1.875B vs est. $1.91B, sees FY EPS $4.64-4.73 vs est. $4.59 Masonite ($DOOR) 3Q adj EPS $1.99 vs est. $1.87 on revs $652Mm vs est. $675Mm; guides FY adj EPS $7.95-8.25 vs est. $8.13, sees FY sales +15-17% vs est. +18.6% RealReal ($REAL) Q3 adj EPS ($0.47) vs est. ($0.50) on revenue $119M vs est. $113.3M, adj EBITDA ($31.5M) vs est. ($36M), gross profit per order $94 vs $90 YoY, GMV $368M was +50% vs 2020 and +46% vs 2019, orders 757k (+38% YoY) ThredUp ($TDUP) 3Q EPS ($0.15) vs est. ($0.16) on revs $63.3Mm vs est. $61.8Mm, qtrly active buyers 1.4Mm and orders 1.3Mm (+14% and 28%, respectively); guides 4Q revs $69-71Mm vs est. $62.8Mm Trex Company ($TREX) Q3 EPS $0.64 vs. est. $0.58; Q3 revs $336M vs. est. $325.6M; guides Q4 revs $295M-$305M vs. est. $276.3M; Net income grew 73% to $74M; diluted earnings per share of $0.64, up 73%; EBITDA grew 76% to $108M; EBITDA margin of 32.2% Energy, Industrials and Materials General Electric ($GE) to split into three public companies – GE Aviation, GE Healthcare, and the combined GE Renewable Energy, GE Power, and GE Digital businesses to become three industry-leading, global, investment-grade public companies Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. ($AEIS) Q3 adj EPS $0.89 vs. est. $0.82; Q3 revs $346.1M vs. est. $341.52M; sees Q4 adj EPS 92c plus/minus 25c vs. est. $1.12; sees Q4 revs $355M plus/minus $20M vs. est. $373.09M. Amyris, Inc. ($AMRS) shares fell -25%; 3Q adj EPS ($0.27) vs est. ($0.15) on revs $48Mm vs est. $64.2Mm; sees FY revs $330-370Mm vs est. $391.6Mm; says supply chain challenges impacting near-term performance and growth trajectory Cabot ($CBT) Q4 adj EPS $1.01 vs. est. $1.03; Q4 revs $904M vs. est. $915.01M; Q4 Reinforcement Materials led the way delivering an increase in EBIT of $167 million while Performance Chemicals also recorded strong results; sees FY22 EPS $5.20-$5.60 vs. est. $5.52 Virgin Galactic ($SPCE) Q3 EPS loss (-$0.32) vs. est. loss (-$0.28); Q3 revs $2.6M vs. est. $1.6M; commercial service on track for q4 2022; strong ticket sales at updated pricing of $450,000 per seat; cash position remains strong at approximately $1.0 billion Financials CoreCivic, Inc. ($CXW) Q3 adj FFO/share $0.48, adj EPS $0.28 vs est. $0.18, revenue $471.2M vs est. $467.1M, adj EBITDA $100.9M vs est. $85.3M; is not providing full-year guidance due to uncertainties surrounding the resurgence of Covid-19 caused by the Delta variant and the administration’s executive actions and policies related to immigration and criminal justice, but will provide FY22 guidance in February when reporting 4Q21 results Cohen & Steers, Inc. ($CNS) preliminary assets under management of $101.6 billion as of October 31, 2021, an increase of $4.3 billion from assets under management at September 30, 2021. The increase was due to net inflows of $138 million and market appreciation of $4.4 billion, partially offset by distributions of $203 million. First Advantage ($FA) files to sell 15M shares of common stock for holders Lemonade Inc. ($LMND) will acquire Metromile in an all-stock transaction that implies a fully diluted equity value of approximately $500 million, or just over $200 million net of cash PayPal ($PYPL) Q3 non-GAAP EPS $1.11 vs. est. $1.07; Q3 revs $6.18B vs. est. $6.23B; Q3 total payment volume of $310B, growing 26%, and 24% on an FX-neutral basis; 4.9 billion payment transactions in qtr, up 22%; expects to add about 55Mm NNAs, including about 3 million active accounts from the acquisition of Paidy; 13.3M NNAs added in qtr , bringing total active accounts to 416 million, up 15%; expects FY TPV growth to be in the range of about 33%-34% at current spot rates and about 31%-32% on an FX basis Robinhood ($HOOD) said a third party had obtained access to email addresses of about 5 mln of its customers, while full names for a different group of nearly 2 mln people in an incident, which took place on Nov. 3; said 310 people had more personal information, including names, birth, dates and zip codes compromised, while 10 customers had more extensive account details revealed Third Coast Bancshares ($TCBX)5M share IPO priced at $25.00

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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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indeed > @thegiz18 said: $F knocking on the door of $20, quite the recovery

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$F knocking on the door of $20, quite the recovery

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Good morning, Anna & David, may I ask a question regarding the RBA rate decision. With my limited knowledge, I learned two points from this event, 1. abandons yield control 2. opens door to early rate rise

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The Revolving Door Is Good for Bitcoin https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2021/10/27/cronies-or-experts-cryptos-revolving-door-ignites-a-debate/

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@c4n #Crypto4Noobs
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Cronies or Experts? Crypto’s Revolving Door Ignites a Debate https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2021/10/27/cronies-or-experts-cryptos-revolving-door-ignites-a-debate/

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@bunnytoad69 #droscrew
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strangulation is scummy. trying to get away with it is scummy. fleeing home and ignoring her family is scummy. it's all scummy. i think its that careful combination of "hetero white male tries to get away with something again" and "domestic violence and abuse towards women" and "girl next door white girl sweetheart" sorta converged into one big sensation.

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@HeyShoe #droscrew
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just had a financial advisor pop in my door

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@dros #droscrew
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mostly behind the side door of the garage

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