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By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – The S&P 500 closed higher Wednesday, as investors swopped in to buy the dip in tech following weakness earlier in the session amid concerns about rising U.S. Treasury yields. The S&P 500 rose 0.23%, but had been down nearly 1% intraday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.03, or 9 points, and the Nasdaq gained 0.44%. Tech turned positive to help the broader market cut losses after starting the session on the backfoot as a slew of positive economic data and signs of persistently elevated inflation stoked concerns about sooner monetary policy action from the Federal Reserve. The Personal Consumption Expenditures price index, the Fed’s preferred inflation measure, was up 0.6% on October, below the 0.7% rate expected, but ahead of prior’s month 0.4%. That took the annualized rate for October to 5%, well above the Fed’s 2% target. The labor market continues to show progress toward the Fed’s maximum employment goal as jobless claims fell to lowest level since 1969. The Department of Labor reported Wednesday that 199,000 people filed for unemployment insurance, down 71,000 from the prior week's upwardly revised 271,000. That was well below consensus for claims to fall to 260,000. Economists, however, shrugged off the huge drop in claims as a one-off, which “were pushed down by a seasonal adjustment quirk,” Pantheon Macroeconomics said. “It will substantially reverse next week, with claims rebounding to about 250K.” Energy stocks added to recent gains even as oil prices eased following data showing an unexpected build in crude stockpiles. Devon Energy (NYSE: DVN), Diamondback Energy (NASDAQ:FANG), Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO) were among the biggest gainers. Oil prices will remain in focus next week ahead of the OPEC+ meeting following threats by some members to delay plans to boost production after the U.S. and other major oil producing nations said they would tap emergency oil reserves to curb prices. "OPEC+ could even suspend its planned production hikes for two and a half months now without causing any shortage on the oil market." Commerzbank said in a note. "Next week’s meeting will reveal whether OPEC+ will now actually increase its production to a lesser extent, as delegates have threatened." Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), meanwhile, moved off session lows to helped consumer discretionary stocks pare losses following a retail-led slide. Gap (NYSE:GPS) plunged 24% after the retailer slashed its full-year outlook following third-quarter results that fell short of Wall Street estimates as rising costs and supplier chain woes weighed. Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) also reported weaker-than-expected quarterly results as rising labor costs dented profit, sending its share price 29% lower. On the monetary policy front, the minutes of the Fed's November meeting showed that some Federal Reserve policymakers were in favor of a faster pace of bond tapering to provide the central bank with plenty of room to hike rates amid concerns about inflation pressures. In another sign that Fed members are growing concerned about inflation, San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President Mary Daly said Wednesday that she would be open to speeding up the pace of the Fed's bond tapering if inflation remained elevated and jobs growth remained strong.
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U.S. futures are holding steady, only moderately lower from yesterday’s closing all-time highs for the major averages as investors brace for the FOMC meeting, with results expected tomorrow afternoon. Bitcoin prices surging to highs, up over 4% around $63,400 in another broad spike for crypto assets; Ethereum +3.25% at $4,450. House Speaker Pelosi is planning to go ahead with plans to vote this week on President Biden’s two bills even though Democratic moderates are echoing Senator Manchin’s complaints that they don’t know full cost & economic impact. In corporate news, JNJ, TEVA, ENDP and ABBV win the first case for pharmaceutical companies in the four-year litigation over the drugs in a $50B opioid litigation case. In commodity prices, gold holds below $1,800, oil is little changed around $84 per barrel and Wheat hit $8.00 a bushel Monday, highest levels since 2012 as world reserves declined following extreme weather. The Aussie dollar drops and the curve bull steepens after the RBA scraps its April 2024 yield target and signals openness to earlier rate hikes. Tesla $TSLA falls over 4%, is falling off a record high close of $1,208.59 – follows tweet from CEO Musk overnight saying there has been no contract signed yet with Hertz and that the Hertz deal has zero effect on Tesla’s economic. Wall Street’s main indexes notched record closing highs again on Monday, adding to the big totals in October as Tesla $TSLA shares surged and the energy sector gained on rising oil prices while investors looked ahead to a major Federal Reserve meeting later in the week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly eclipsed 36,000 points for the first time before slipping just below. Along with the barrage of earnings again this week, the Federal Reserve is expected to approve plans to scale back its $120 billion monthly bond-buying program on Wednesday. The small-cap Russell 2000 index was a standout, rising 2.7% for its biggest daily percentage gain since late August. Economic data was mixed as the ISM U.S. manufacturing activity slowed in October, with all industries reporting record-long lead times. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index slipped -0.43% to 29,520, the Shanghai Index dropped -1.1% to 3,505, and the Hang Seng Index fell -0.22% to 25,099. In Europe, the German DAX is up +0.4% at 15,875, while the FTSE 100 declines around -0.6% below 7,250. Events Calendar for Today · 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales · 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales Earnings Calendar: · Earnings Before the Open: AME, APO, ARCB, AVNS, BBGI, BCC, BHC, BLD, BLMN, CEIX, CLW, CMI, COP, CRSR, CTLT, DD, EL, EPD, ESPR, ETN, EXLS, EXPD, EXTR, GNRC, GPN, HEES, HEP, HSC, HSIC, IART, IDXX, INCY, IPGP, IT, KKR, LCII, LDOS, LEA, LGIH, LPX, MIME, MLM, MMP, MPC, MPLX, MYGN, NRZ, NXST, NYMT, OMCL, PFE, PINC, RL, ROK, SABR, SAGE, SEE, TMX, TNC, UAA, VAL, WEC, WLK, XHR, XYL ZBRA · Earnings After the Close: ACT, AFG, AIZ, AKAM AMGN, ANDE, ATVI, AWK, AYX, BFAM, BGFV, BKH, BRY, BXC, CASA, CDK, CERS, CHK, COUR, CRK, CSLT, CZR, DCO, DCPH, DEI, DENN, DOX, DRRX, DVN, EGHT, EIX, ENLC, EXAS, EXEL, FMC, FNF, FRSH, GAIN, GNW, GPOR, HALO, HCC, HLF, HRB, HURN, INFI, INSP, KAI, KAMN, KAR, LPI, LSCC, LSI, LYFT, MANT, MDLZ, MG, MGNX, MOD, MRCY, MTCH, NP, NSA, OKE, OVV, PAA, PAGP, PAYC, PKI, PRO, PRTS, PRU, RAMP, RARE, RCKY, RM, RRR, SGRY, SKY, SRC, STE, TCS, TMUS, TVTY, UIS, UNM, VECO, VOYA, VRSK, WTTR, WU, ZG Other Key Events: · China Caixin Services PMI for October · Wolfe Research Wealth Symposium, 11/2-11/3 $virtual · Senator Manchin says he is prepared to support a Build Back Better plan that combats inflation, is fiscally responsible, and will create jobs. The plan the House is finalizing meets those tests-it is fully paid for, will reduce the deficit, and brings down costs for health care, child care, elder care, and housing
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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -25.00 0.07% 34,973 S&P 500 -1.25 0.04% 4,413 Nasdaq 11.50 0.08% 15,058 U.S. S&P futures are flat heading into the trading day, looking to build on record highs from Tuesday as positive earnings boost U.S and European stocks while worries over China’s gaming and technology crackdown ease, helping lift those markets. Risk sentiment improves across Asia as Chinese and Hong Kong stocks push higher on tech recovery and solid Caixin PMI data. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -57 points to 27,854, the Shanghai Index rose 29 points to 3,477 and the Hang Seng Index jumped 231 points to settle at 26,426. In Europe, the German DAX is climbing around 125 points to 15,680, while the FTSE 100 is up 0.4% to 7,135. Chinese Jul Caixin Services PMI beat: 54.9 vs 50.6 consensus. Some also see the spread of the Covid-19 delta variant as delaying rather than stopping the economic recovery. The New York Times reported overnight that the FDA plans to give full approval to Pfizer (PFE) and BioNTech (BNTX) coronavirus vaccine by the start of the next month. Earnings season has been strong with about 87% of S&P 500 companies reporting earnings and revenue beats, according to FactSet. Just under 70% of the S&P 500 now has reported earnings. The S&P 500 closed at record highs with gains in Apple and healthcare stocks, as concerns over a surge in the Delta variant of the coronavirus was put to the back-burner, overshadowed by continued upbeat corporate earnings. Ten of the 11 S&P indexes traded higher, with energy stocks rebounding after getting hit by a dip in oil prices. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 35.99 points, or 0.82%, to 4,423.15 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 278.24 points, or 0.80%, to 35,116.40 The Nasdaq Composite climbed 80.23 points, or 0.55%, to 14,761.29 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 8.09 points, or 0.36% to 2,223.58 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 8:15 AM ET ADP Employment Change for July…est. 695K 9:45 AM ET Markit Composite PMI, July-F 9:45 AM ET Markit Services PMI, July-F 10:00 AM ET ISM Non-Manufacturing Services PMI for July…est. 60.5 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ABC, AEIS, ALE, APO, ASTE, BCOR, BDC, BGCP, BWA, CDW, CLVS, CLH, CLW, CMLS, CRL, CSII, DNOW, DOC, EDIT, EMR, ETR, EXC, FLOW, FUN, GEL, GM, HDSN, HFC, HZNP, IONS, JLL, KHC, LL, MAC, MKL, MPC, MPLX, MTOR, NI, NYT, ODP, RCL, SBGI, SGRY, SITE, SMG, SPR, SUP, TGI, TUP, TXMD, UTHR, VCEL, VMC, WLL Earnings After the Close: ACAD, ACLS, ADPT, ADTN, AGL, ALB, ALL, AMED, ANGI, ANSS, APA, ATO, AXGN, BBSI, BE, BFAM, BKNG, BOOT, CCMP, CDAY, CENX, CHNG, CMP, CPS, DGII, DOX, DVAX, DXC, EA, EGHT, ELF, EMKR, EOG, ETSY, EVH, FLT, FOXA, FSLY, FTDR, GDDY, GNK, HI, HUBS, IAC, INGN, IVR, JACK, LESL, LNC, LPI, LUMN, MAXR, MBI, MCK, MED, MET, MGM, MOD, MRO, MTG, NUS,NVRO, ONEM, PARR, PDCE, $PING, PLYA, QRVO, QTWO, RCII, REGI, RGR, RMAX, RNWK, EOKU, RPD, $RVLV, RYN, SBRA, SMSI, SUM, T$NDM, TPC, TTGT, TVTY, TWNK, TWO, TXG, $UBER, UHAL, VVV, VZIO, WDC, WU, YELL Other Key Events: Jefferies Industrials Conference (virtual), 8/3-8/4 Piper Wealth Management Forum (virtual), 8/3-8/6 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.34 70.22 Brent -0.18 72.23 Gold 3.30 1,813.75 EUR/USD -0.0008 1.1856 JPY/USD 0.13 109.17 10-Year Note +0.008 1.182% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Caesar’s Entertainment ($CZR) Q2 EPS $0.34 vs. est. loss (-$0.26); Q2 revs $2.5B vs. est. $2.27B; Q2 same-store Adjusted EBITDA was $1B versus (-$131M) for the comparable prior-year period; Company posted all-time records in quarterly Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA margin. Denny’s ($DENN) Q2 adj EPS $0.18 vs. est. $0.11; Q2 revs $106.2M vs. est. $98.1M; Q2 domestic system-wide same-store sales decreased 1.2% compared to the equivalent fiscal period in 2019, including a 1.5% decrease at domestic franchised restaurants and a 1.9% increase at company restaurants. Herbalife ($HLF) Q2 adj EPS $1.52 vs. est. $1.29; Q2 revs $1.55B vs. est. $1.57B; Q2 adjusted EBITDA of $262.1M; raises FY21 EPS view to $4.70-$5.10 from $4.65-$5.05 (est. $4.93); sees FY net sales growth to be in a range of 8.5% to 12.5%, lowering the midpoint by 150 basis points compared to prior full year 2021 guidance. Host Hotels ($HST) Q2 adj FFO $0.12 vs. est. $0.04; Q2 revs $649M vs. est. $606.58M; said RevPAR reached nearly $100 for the quarter, which dramatically outperformed consensus RevPAR, with average room rates only 8.4% below our 2019 second quarter rates; not providing year guidance Hyatt ($H) 2Q adj EPS ($1.15) vs est. ($0.85) on comparable system-wide REVPAR $72.47, qtrly total revs $663Mm vs est. $686.9Mm; guides FY net rooms growth more than +6%, sees FY adj SG&A about $240Mm, sees FY CAPEX about $110Mm Energy Devon Energy ($DVN) Q2 adj EPS $0.60 vs est. $0.52 on revs $2.42B vs est. $2.35B, operating cash flow $1.1B, production for the quarter averaged 291k barrels/day; will pay total dividend of 49c/shr (11c fixed + 38c variable), a 44% increase from Q1; sees 3q production 566-594 mboe/d vs est. 564.80 mboe/d Occidental Petroleum ($OXY) Q2 adj EPS 32c vs est. 1c on revs $5.96B vs est. $5.92B, FCF $2B, cash flow from continuing operations $3.3B; said oil and gas results improved from Q1 due to higher commodity prices and sales volumes; executed debt tender offer and repaid over $3B of long-term debt in July ONEOK ($OKE) Q2 EPS $0.77 vs. est. $0.75; Q2 revs $3.39B vs. est. $3.03B; sees 2021 net income, adj earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization to be above midpoints of ranges provided on April 27, 2021 SunPower ($SPWR) Q2 adj EPS $0.06 vs. est. $0.04; Q2 revs $308.9M vs. est. $327.31M; guides Q3 revs $325M-$375M vs. est. $400.83M; sees Q3 GAAP net loss of $10 to $0 million and MW recognized of 125 MW to 150 MW; Q2 added 13,000 residential customers – residential bookings up 16 percent sequentially, 67 percent year-over-year (YoY) The American Petroleum Institute ($API) showed a draw of 879K barrels of oil for the latest week; gasoline inventories show a draw of 5.75M barrels, distillate inventories show a draw of 717K barrels and Cushing inventories show a build of 659K barrels W&T Offshore ($WTI) Q2 EPS $0.02 vs. est. $0.07; Q2 revs $132.8M vs. est. $122.38M; Q2 Production was 40,888 Boe/d or 3.7 MMBoe, an increase of 3% compared to 39,657 Boe/d in Q1 and down 3% versus 42,037 Boe/d in Q2 of 2020 Financials Assurant Inc. ($AIZ) Q2 operating EPS $2.99 vs. est. $2.45; Q2 revs $2.54B vs. est. $2.39B; continue to expect to grow eps, ex. catastrophes, by 10 to 14 percent for 2021 Fair Isaac ($FICO) Q3 non-GAAP EPS $3.38 vs. est. $2.76; Q3 revs $338M vs. est. $328.3M; Applications revenues, which include the company’s decision management applications and associated professional services, were $133.2 million in the third quarter, compared to $141.5 million in the prior year period, a decrease of 6% Genworth Financial ($GNW) Q2 adj EPS $0.38 vs. est. $0.22; Q2 revs $2.04B vs. est. $1.9B; planned IPO of Enact remains a key strategic objective for Genworth and is subject to market and other conditions, however because the company is in registration and subject to applicable publicity restrictions, is unable to comment further or provide any additional detail at this time. Green Dot ($GDOT) Q2 adj EPS $0.68 vs est. $0.43 on revs $369.4M vs est. $313.2M; sees FY21 adj EPS $2.13-$2.27 vs prev. $2.06-$2.15, revs $1.33B-$1.35B vs est. $1.28B Prudential ($PRU) Q2 adj EPS $3.79 vs. est. $3.02; qtrly book value per common share of $160.31 versus $165.53 per share for year-ago; qtrly adjusted book value per common share of $104.39 versus $92.07 per share for year-ago; qtr end assets under management of $1.730 trillion versus $1.605 trillion for year-ago; now expect to return a total of $11.0B to holders from $10.5B prior Tanger Outlets ($SKT) 2Q core FFO/shr $0.43 vs est. $0.28, portfolio occupancy was 93% on June 30 vs 91.7% on March 31, avg tenant sales productivity was $424/sq ft for 12 months ended June 30 +7.3% yr/yr; guides FY FFO/shr $1.52-1.59 vs est. $1.46 Unum Group (UNM) Q2 adj EPS $1.39 vs. est. $1.11; Q2 revs $2.99B vs. est. $2.96B; Full-year 2021 outlook increased; after-tax adjusted operating income per share now expected to decline 1%-3% relative to full-year 2020, compared to an expected decline of 5%-6% prior Verisk Analytics ($VRSK) Q2 adj EPS $1.17 vs. est. $1.33; Q2 revs $747.5M vs. est. $737.3M; Net cash provided by operating activities was $233.2 million, down 6.5% for the second quarter of 2021. Free cash flow, a non-GAAP measure, was $170.7 million, down 11.5% Healthcare Change Healthcare ($CHNG) shares fell over 7% on a report that the U.S. Dept. of Justice is considering a lawsuit to block the company’s $8B sale to UnitedHealth ($UNH) https://bit.ly/3yA4Etu Option Care Health ($OPCH) 18M share Spot Secondary priced at $20.25 Amgen Inc. ($AMGN) Q2 adj EPS $4.38 vs. est. $4.06; Q2 revs $6.5B vs. est. $6.43B; backs FY21 adj EPS view $16.00-$17.00 vs. est. $16.34; backs FY21 revenue view $25.8B-$26.6B vs. est. $26.04B Amid surge in new COVID-19 infections across U.S., the FDA plans to give full approval to Pfizer (PFE) – BioNTech (BNTX) coronavirus vaccine by the start of the next month, The New York Times reports The FDA classified the recent recall of some of Philips’ (PHG) ventilators as Class 1, or the most serious type of recall, saying the use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death – Reuters CVS Health ($CVS) Q2 adj EPS $2.42 vs. est. $2.06; Q2 revs $72.62B vs. est. $70.11B; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $7.70-$7.80 from $7.56-$7.68 (est. $7.66); sees FY21 cash flow from operations $12.5B-$13B DaVita Inc. (DVA) 2Q EPS $2.64 vs est. $2.17; says total US dialysis treatments for 2Q were 7,413497 (avg 95,045/day); guides FY adj EPS $8.80-9.40 vs est. $8.63, sees FY adj op income $1.8-1.875B vs est. $1.816B Inspire Medical ($INSP) 2Q EPS ($0.48) vs est. ($0.64) on revs $53Mm vs est. $43.9Mm; guides FY revs $210-213Mm vs est. $195.9Mm, sees FY gr mgn 85-86%, sees opening 48-52 new US medical centers per qtr for 2H Jazz Pharma ($JAZZ) Q2 adj EPS $3.90 vs. est. $3.42; Q2 revs $751.8M vs. est. $735.62M; reaffirms FY21 non-GAAP EPS view $13.40-$14.70 (est. $14.45) and also back FY21 revenue view $3.020B-$3.180B vs. est. $3.11B; as of June 30, cash, cash equivalents were $891.4 mln, and outstanding principal balance of co’s long-term debt was $7.1 bln
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/*============================================= = Friday, June 18, 2021 = =============================================*/ Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -39.00 0.12% 33,654 S&P 500 -2.25 0.08% 4,209 Nasdaq 26.50 0.18% 14,182 U.S. futures are looking mixed again, looking much like yesterday’s closing levels when the Nasdaq Composite closed at a new all-time high as Treasury yields dropped across the board (10-yr yield fell back around the 1.5% level), boosting growth stocks, while a steep drop in shares of energy, banks, materials and industrials weighed on the S&P 500 and SmallCap Russell 2000. The S&P 500 Banks index plunged more than 4% for its worst day since June 2020, led by Dow components JPM and Goldman, while Citigroup shares dropped an 11th straight day. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -54 points to 28,964, the Shanghai Index was little changed at 3,525, and the Hang Seng Index rose 242 points to 28,801. In Europe, the German DAX is lower by about 70 points to 15,650, while the FTSE 100 is down around 55 points to dip below 7,100. On Wednesday, the Fed forecast that it likely will raise rates two times by the end of 2023 and Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank has begun discussing when to begin pulling back on bond purchases of $120 billion a month. Stocks fell initially on those headlines but have since found solid footing with a rotation back into high growth names and out of the relation names with commodities, energy and financials in free fall the last two-days. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index slipped -1.84 points, or 0.04%, to 4,221.86 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -210.22 points, or 0.62%, to 33,823.45 The Nasdaq Composite jumped 121.67 points, or 0.87%, to 14,161.35 The Russell 2000 Index declined -27.23 points, or 1.18% to 2,287.46 Events Calendar for Today 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.23 70.81 Brent -0.35 72.73 Gold 18.30 1,791.80 EUR/USD 0.0013 1.1920 JPY/USD -0.09 110.12 10-Year Note -0.022 1.489% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Smith & Wesson Brands ($SWBI) Q4 GAAP EPS $1.71 vs. est. $1.02; Q4 revs $322.9M vs. est. $259.8M; raises dividend 60% to $0.08 and announces new $50M share buyback plan; Q4 gross margin 45.1% vs. 32.2% last year Energy, Industrials and Materials S. Steel ($X) guides Q3 adj EPS approx $3.08 vs. est. $2.67; Q2 adjusted Ebitda is expected to be approximately $1.2B; and Q2 adj net income is expected to be about $880M and excludes impacts primarily related to certain restructuring and asset impairment charges; to fully redeem senior notes due 2025 CAI International ($CAI) to be acquired by Mitsubishi HC Capital Inc. in an all-cash transaction for $56.00 per share, which represents a total equity value of approximately $1.1B Mammoth Energy ($TUSK) files to sell 24.1M shares of common stock for holders Alaska Air ($ALK) and Delta Air ($DAL) upgraded to Outperform from Peer Perform at Wolfe Research and United Airlines ($UAL) upgraded to Peer Perform from Underperform Occidental ($OXY) upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight, Marathon Oil ($MRO) upgraded to Equal-weigh at Morgan Stanley, while the firm downgraded Devon Energy ($DVN), EQT Corp. ($EQT) and Cimarex Energy ($XEC) to Equal-weight ArcelorMittal North America Holding, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ArcelorMittal SA ($MT) to sell its remaining 38.2M common shares in Cleveland-Cliffs ($CLF) and to use proceeds for new $750M share buyback program. Financials LPL Financial ($LPLA) reported total brokerage and advisory assets for May of +44% vs. +3.90% YoY; May brokerage, advisory assets $1.07 trillion Ares Commercial ($ACRE)5M share Spot Secondary priced at $15.82 Healthcare Athira Pharma Inc.’s ($ATHA) CEO Leen Kawas has been put on temporary leave as the board reviews actions stemming from doctoral research while at Washington State University, the company said Thursday. Geron Corp ($GERN) rises after reporting positive data from a mid-stage study of blood cancer treatment imetelstat, which showed benefits including symptom response and overall survival in patients with myelofibrosis, a chronic blood cancer Ambrx Biopharma ($AMAM) 7M share IPO priced at $18.00 Codex DNA ($DNAY)67M share IPO priced at $16.00 Codexis ($CDXS) raises 2021 revenue view to $89M-$93M from $82M-$85M (est. $83.74M) following the receipt of a binding purchase order for up to $13.9M of a proprietary high performance enzyme product from an undisclosed global pharmaceutical company Century Therapeutics ($IPSC)6M share IPO priced at $20.00 Cyteir Therapeutics ($CYT)4M share IPO priced at $18.00 Technology, Media & Telecom Adobe Systems ($ADBE) Q2 adj EPS $3.03 vs. est. $2.82: Q2 revs $3.84B vs. est. $3.73B; Q2 Digital Media segment revenue was $2.79 billion, which represents 25% YoY; creative revenue grew to $2.32 billion, representing 24% YoY; Document Cloud revenue was $469 million, representing 30% YoY growth; sees Q3 total revenue about $3.88B (vs. est. $3.83B) Fox Corporation ($FOXA) announces $2 billion incremental stock repurchase authorization Spotify ($SPOT) is announced its acquired Podz, a small team working to improve podcast discovery Tremor International ($TRMR)76M share ADS priced at $19.00
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All my names are ripping VLO, XOM, DVN, EOG, MPC, MRO
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@cpelbaz #TRADEPRO Academy
good morning AAL DVN SPXL
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@HeyShoe I agree. I like EOG, DVN, PSX, MPC, MRO, XOM
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I am trading better with energy names in this environment than tech. DVN, APA, MRO, XOM all winners. I am from Houston so I have to support home town companies.
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@tkgromit #Emporos Research
Man, it's mornings like this that I just have to scratch my head. I picked up $LPI a couple of days ago. Oil stocks have been on a rally and oil is holding strong. LPI had earnings yesterday and beat the estimates. Today, they are down, in contrast to most of the other upstream stocks I'm watching (COP, XOM, TOT, DVN, APA), and even down contra the oilfield service companies (SLB, HAL and BKR).
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DVN on rise , price target $25
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got a few of the DVN hopefully not buying soebodies hedge
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Devon Energy Corporation is an American energy company engaged in hydrocarbon exploration in the American market. It is organized in Delaware and its corporate operative headquarters are in the 50-story Devon Energy Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
HQ: 333 W Sheridan Ave Oklahoma City, 73102-5010 Oklahoma