Fate Therapeutics Inc
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ma come fate? troppo bravi!💪
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`Finance` **@conorsen:** The twist of fate will be when the Midwest can pitch itself as a region with lower housing and labor costs than AZ/TX/GA. https://t.co/zDPJkKG6Id https://twitter.com/conorsen/status/1465343063602212875
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Mi sa che fate un po' come vi pare qui dentro, cmq non fa nulla grazie Massimiliano non voglio nulla.
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ma noi ci preoccupiamo perché non vediamo la tua quotazione..hahahaha > @Massimo74 said: non ve preoccupate per me fate i vostri numeri
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non ve preoccupate per me fate i vostri numeri
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Oggi fate attenzione alla VOLA ...
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Questa è un'inseguimento ...... mi fanno la marcatura a UOMO .... fate la BZONA ......
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Dai ragazzi fate sentire la vostra voce e la vostra strategia non lasciatemi a fare il solitario !!!
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First (and most obviously), the gamma squeeze Jenga tower is inherently shaky or, as Charlie put it, “prone for sharp reversals on the way lower as options move out of the money and Delta is purged under its own collapse.” On his math, 42% of the Nasdaq / QQQ Delta is coming off at OpEx and 49% of the Gamma. Second, he noted that put skew in some of the secular growth names is going bid as markets ponder the prospect of another CPI scorcher in December, the assumed read-through for the long-end of the curve and thereby the fate of overvalued duration proxies in equities.
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the worlds fate weighs on Jensen
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RAGAZZI E RAGAZZE non mi posso distrarre un attimo che me la fate sotto al naso !!! Dovete mettere i likes anche perchè ho inoculato un VIRUS che in caso NON lo facciate costantemente vi lancerà una scarica elettrica tipo torpedine !!! ⚡
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fate attenzione ragazzi , chi trada con azioni che rilasciano i dividendi, se li accettate , pagate il 26% , se ne uscite prima no.
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no no erano programmi per pc , che oggi chiamiamo applicazioni. I nerd anzianotti li ricorderanno sicuramente , non fate i falsi timidi 😆 > @Renato_Decarolis said: Quali programmi vedevi? 😂
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Ciò ragazzi vi fa male la manina? Fate esplodere i likes 👍
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certo che de 2 non ne fate 1 bono ..... hahahah
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se fate una trading zone in inglese vi arriva tutto il mondo bravi
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vedo che fate faticare Renato :-D
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Bitcoin decides fate of $60K as weekly close keeps BTC traders on their toes https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-decides-fate-of-60k-as-weekly-close-keeps-btc-traders-on-their-toes
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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks slipped on Thursday as the upbeat mood that carried the Dow Jones and bitcoin to records a day earlier fizzled out, while a pause in the oil rally stalled rising global bond yields. Other major action saw Turkey's lira backflip to new lows after the country's central bank slashed interest rates again and default-threatened China Evergrande's shares plunged 11.5% after a $2.6 billion stake sale fell through. Other risk and commodity-sensitive currencies such as the Australian and New Zealand dollars and South African rand also hit the skids, giving the safe-haven Japanese yen a rare lift after it had fallen to a four-year low versus the dollar. [/FRX] "There is little bit of risk aversion," said Societe Generale (OTC:SCGLY)'s Kit Juckes, who pointed to the higher yen and the fact that both European stocks and Wall Street S&P 500 futures were both in the red. On the lira's woes, veteran emerging market watcher Tim Ash at BlueBay said the message Turkey's central bank head had delivered with the rate cut was, "I listen to Erdogan and no one else. Screw you guys!" Commodities also eased, with Brent crude futures down 1.2% after touching a three-year top and Chinese coal futures extending a sharp pullback after Beijing had signalled it would intervene to cool prices. "The U.S. stock market has gone up for six days in a row, bitcoin's made a record and the U.S. bond market is calm. On the surface it looks benign," said Andrew Ticehurst, a rates strategist at Nomura in Sydney. "But below the surface, we are uncomfortable about a number of things," he added, chiefly the slowdown in China's economy seen in data earlier this week and concerns about potential fallout from Evergrande's troubles. Evergrande will default on $19 billion of international market bonds if it doesn't make an already overdue coupon payment by Monday. It would the biggest ever Chinese default and one of the world's largest too. Lehman Brothers' collapse added up to $35 billion. Late on Wednesday, Evergrande confirmed it had abandoned plans to sell a $2.6 billion stake in its property services unit. Its shares ended down 11.5% in Hong Kong. Rival developer Kaisa, which was the first Chinese firm to default in 2015, was seeing its bonds hammered again too as worries mount about its fate. It wasn't all bad news though. Financial news provider REDD reported that Evergrande had secured an extension on one of its lower-profile bonds. Shares in some other Chinese developers also drew support after a number of top Chinese officials had given reassurances that the troubles would not be allowed to spin out of control. [.SS] " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> TALKING TURKEY Turkey's lira dropped 2% against the dollar and was by far the worst performer in FX markets as the central bank cut interest rates down to 16% from 18%.The policy rate had been cut by a percentage point last month, with the lira already on a run of record lows, after another major ousting of policymakers underlined worries about the bank's independence from the government. "We have seen strong outflows from debt in the last three weeks, probably due to uncertainty with the currency and increased risk perception," IIF economist Jonathan Fortun told Reuters. " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> Wall Street futures were down 0.3% after a blizzard of earnings had helped the Dow Jones touch an all-time high on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 finishing within touching distance of a record too. The VIX volatility index, sometimes referred to as Wall Street's "fear gauge", also ticked up having dropped to a two-month low the previous day. But a soft finish on the Nasdaq had flowed through to tech-stock selling in Tokyo which fell 1.9% and in Hong Kong, where the Hang Seng fell 0.5%. In the government bond markets that drive global borrowing costs, longer-dated U.S. Treasury yields were just starting to stir again steadied after rising with inflation and growth expectations on Wednesday. After a groggy start, the benchmark 10-year U.S. yield was nudged the previous day's five-month high of 1.6730% again, while Germany's 10-year yield, the benchmark for Europe, was fractionally higher at a still negative -0.10%. "The strong focus on the volatile (bond) curve environment in the euro area looks set to stay, at least until next week's ECB Governing Council meeting," UniCredit analysts told clients. Investors have figured that surging energy prices and tightening job markets will pressure top central banks such as the U.S. Fed and ECB to either raise interest rates or at least rein in the stimulus. Fed funds futures have priced a 25 basis point U.S. rate hike in the third quarter of 2022 while eurodollar markets expect higher rates as soon as the second quarter. Graphic: Global asset performance http://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/#section/assets " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> Graphic: World FX rates http://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/
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BTC price hovers above $61K amid fresh concerns over fate of physical Bitcoin ETF https://cointelegraph.com/news/btc-price-hovers-above-61k-amid-fresh-concerns-over-fate-of-physical-bitcoin-etf
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ciao ragazzi e buon we a tutti e mi raccomando fate i bravi!! ahahahah
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attenzione se fate il back-up su disco esterno dopo staccatelo!
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By Tom Westbrook and Donny Kwok HONG KONG (Reuters) - China Evergrande will sell a majority stake in its property management business for more than $5 billion, Chinese media said on Monday, a deal which would be the largest asset sale yet at the debt-laden property developer if it goes ahead. Once China's top-selling property group, Evergrande is facing what could be one of the country's largest-ever restructurings as the company is weighed down by debts of around $305 billion. Uncertainty over Evergrande's fate has unsettled financial markets worried about any fallout from its troubles. Evergrande on Monday said it requested a halt in the trading of its shares in Hong Kong pending an announcement about a major transaction. Evergrande Property Services Group, a spin-off listed last year, also requested a halt and said it referred to "a possible general offer for shares of the company." China's state-backed Global Times said Hopson Development was the buyer of a 51% stake in the property business for more than HK$40 billion ($5.1 billion), citing unspecified other media reports. Hopson also said it had suspended trading in its shares, pending an announcement related to a major acquisition of a Hong Kong-listed firm and a possible mandatory offer. Both Hopson and Evergrande did not respond to requests for comment on the Global Times report. Analysts said the possible deal signals the company is still working to meet its obligations. But it also rekindled broader concerns about the risk to China's property sector and economy if Evergrande is liquidated at low prices. "Selling an asset means they are still trying to raise cash to pay the bills," said OCBC analyst Ezien Hoo. "Looks like the property management unit is the easiest to dispose in the grand scheme of things." In August, Reuters had reported that Evergrande was in talks with state-owned and private companies to sell stakes in its electric vehicle and property management businesses, citing a source close to the matter. Beijing has also prodded government-owned firms and state-backed developers to purchase some of Evergrande's assets, people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters last week. Hopson stands in good stead compared with other property developers in China, owning more assets than liabilities and improving profit in the first half. Shares in Hopson, which has a market value of HK$60.4 billion ($7.8 billion), have jumped 40% so far this year and it was rated B+ by Fitch in June. Evergrande's property services business, which says it managed a total contracted floor area of 810 million square metres at the end of June, was also profitable in the first half of 2021, based on its financial statements. If the deal goes ahead at the price reported by the Global Times, it represents a roughly 17.5% discount to the Services' Group's December 2020 listing valuation. NERVOUSNESS With liabilities equal to 2% of China's gross domestic product, Evergrande has sparked concerns its troubles could spread through the global financial system. Nervousness has eased after China's central bank vowed to protect homebuyers' interests, but ramifications for China's economy has kept investors on edge. Monday's share trading suspension knocked the offshore yuan, which fell about 0.3% against the dollar, and weighed on the Hang Seng benchmark index. The possible deal activity lifted shares in Evergrande's electric vehicle unit by 29% but cast a pall over regional stocks and global markets. [MKTS/GLOB] "It is definitely a positive move towards solving Evergrande’s liquidity crisis and we expect more to come," said Gary Ng, senior economist Asia Pacific at Natixis. "However, having said that, offloading some assets may not be totally sufficient, the key for Evergrande is to get project construction going and to sell inventory." Shares in Evergrande have plunged 80% so far this year, while its bonds have held steady at distressed levels. The group said last month it had negotiated a settlement with some domestic bondholders and made a repayment on some wealth management products, largely held by Chinese retail investors. Holders of the company's $20 billion in offshore debt appear further back in the creditor queue and bondholders have said interest payments due in the past few weeks have failed to arrive. Evergrande faces deadlines on dollar bond coupon payments totalling $162.38 million in October. ($1 = 7.7868 Hong Kong dollars)
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Thursday, September 30, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 160.00 0.47% 34,425 S&P 500 20.25 0.46% 4,369 Nasdaq 70.50 0.48% 14,810 U.S. futures are looking at a bounce after stocks ended mixed on Wednesday as the technology sector struggled again as the 10-year Treasury yield was volatile, rising to highs around 1.55%, the highest levels since the summer. Helping market sentiment comes news out of D.C. as Senate Democrats say they have a bill they believe can avoid a Friday government shutdown while finding support across party lines. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer will hold a vote this morning, paving the way to President Joe Biden’s desk prior to the midnight deadline. The fate of the looming debt ceiling, which could prevent any further government borrowing beyond October 1, and the passage of both a $1 trillion infrastructure bill and a broader $3.5 trillion budget plan, remain unknown as House Democrats continue to bicker over the size, scope and timing of the twin pieces of legislation. China markets edged higher overnight after mixed data as PMI manufacturing showed a contraction, but services PMI beat consensus. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -91 points to 29,452, the Shanghai Index rose 31 points to 3,568 and the Hang Seng Index declined -87 points to 24,575. In Europe, the German DAX is down over -40 points to 15,320, while the FTSE 100 edges higher a few points to 7,120. European natural gas and power markets hit fresh record highs as supply constraints persist. U.S. markets come into the final trading day of the month with losses, the worst month this year as the Dow is down -2.75%, the S&P 500 -3.6%, the Nasdaq Composite down -4.9% and the Russell 2000 down -2.1%. Later today, markets get final Q2 GDP, weekly jobless claims, and PCE inflation data. Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 335K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 2.80M 8:30 AM ET Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for Q2-Final…est. 6.6% 8:30 AM ET GDP Personal Consumption for Q2-F…est. 8:30 AM ET GDP Deflator for Q2-F…est. 6.1% 8:30 AM ET PCE Prices Final for Q2-F 8:30 AM ET Core PCE Deflator Q2-F…est. 6.1% 9:45 AM ET Chicago PMI for Sept…est. 65.0 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ANGO, $BBBY, $KMX, MKC, $PAYX Earnings After the Close: JEF Other Key Events: Cantor Global Healthcare Conference (virtual), 9/27-9/30 North American Spine Society Annual Meeting, in Boston 9/29-10/2 Wolfe Utilities & Midstream Conference 2021, 9/28-9/31 Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 6.83 points, or 0.16%, to 4,359.46 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 90.73 points, or 0.26%, to 34,390.72 The Nasdaq Composite slipped -34.24 points, or 0.24%, to 14,512.44 The Russell 2000 Index declined -4.47 points, or 0.20% to 2,225.31 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.11 74.72 Brent -0.22 78.42 Gold -1.75 1,724.60 EUR/USD -0.0025 1.1573 JPY/USD 0.01 111.97 10-Year Note -0.015 1.524% World News China Manufacturing PMI for Sept reported at 49.6, below the 50.0 estimate and prior 50.1 reading, the first contraction since Feb. 2020. China Non-Manufacturing PMI for Sept at 53.2, above est. 49.8 and prior reading of 47.5 in Aug Senate Democrats said they have a bill they think can avoid a Friday government shutdown while finding support across party lines. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer will hold a vote this morning, paving the way to President Joe Biden’s desk prior to the midnight deadline. Sector News Breakdown Consumer Herman Miller ($MLHR) 1Q adj EPS $0.49 vs est. $0.50 on sales $789.7Mm vs est. $648.2Mm; guides 2Q adj EPS $0.55-0.61 vs est. $0.57, sees 2Q sales $1.025-1.065B vs est. $748.3Mm Churchill Downs ($CHDN) board approved a $500M share buyback program McCormick ($MKC) Q3 EPS $0.80 vs. est. $0.72; Q3 sales rose 8% to $1.55B vs. est. $1.54B; sees adjusted eps $2.97 to $3.02 down from prior $3.00-$3.05 (est. $3.01), while boosts the lower end of sales range for year to +12% to +13%, from prior +11% to +13% and sees operating income +2% to +4%, down from prior +6% to +8% Uber Technologies ($UBER) has launched the first official Holiday Shop on the Uber Eats platform in partnership with Proper Companies’ holiday division Starbucks ($SBUX) downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at Atlantic Equities Kaival Brands ($KAVL)7M share Spot Secondary priced at $1.70 Olaplex Holdings ($OLPX)7M share IPO priced at $21.00 Energy, Industrials, & Materials Virgin Galactic ($SPCE) shares rise 10%; is cleared to fly by the FAA following an investigation after the Unity 22 flight went slightly off-course in July. The FAA approved corrective actions that include updated calculations to expand the airspace for future flights and ensuring real-time mission notifications are sent to air traffic control. Landec Corp. ($LNDC) Q1 adj EPS loss (-$0.23) vs. est. loss (-$0.12); Q1 revs $128.8M vs. est. $129.2M; reiterates FY22 guidance with estimates loss of (-$0.03) and revs $547.2M Orion (ORN) announced two contract awards for its Marine segment totaling ~$200M. Solar Integrated Roofing ($SIRC) said its subsidiary USA Solar Networks has entered into a nationwide partnership with Sunnova Energy International (NOVA) to provide financing services across its National Dealer and Contractor Network. Financials FactSet ($FDS) upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBS and raise tgt to $415 from $303 Healthcare Perrigo ($PRGO) shares rose 11%; said it agreed to settle with tax authorities over a 2018 demand by the Irish Office of the Revenue Commissioners that the company pay 1.64B euros ($1.90B) in taxes. Ireland said in 2018 that intellectual property sales by Perrigo were taxed as tradable income at 12.5%, when it should have been treated as a chargeable gain at a rate of 33% Regeneron’s ($REGN), as published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), COVID-19 antibody cocktail REGEN-COV (Casirivimab and Imdevimab) led to a 70% reduction in the risk of hospitalization or death in high-risk infected individuals. AIM ImmunoTech ($AIM) announces clinical trial agreement for a phase 2a human challenge trial of Ampligen as a potential intranasal prophylaxis against respiratory viruses Lilly ($LLY) and Incyte ($INCY) said Olumiant significantly improved hair regrowth to at least 80% scalp coverage as early as 24 weeks across first completed phase 3 studies for alopecia areata Lilly ($LLY) said Tirzepatide led to greater improvements in liver fat content and abdominal adipose tissue compared to titrated insulin degludec in adults with type 2 diabetes in an MRI sub-study phase 3 SURPASS-3 clinical trial. The results were presented today at the 57th European Association for the Study of Diabetes ($EASD) Annual Meeting in an EASD-sponsored symposium. Technology, Media & Telecom Nintendo ($NTDOY) issued a press release insisting that Bloomberg’s seeming revelation that Nintendo was pushing developers to build 4K-resolution games for an upcoming but potentially canceled “Switch Pro” handheld was entirely incorrect. Separately, it says that it has no plans for any new Nintendo Switch other than the slightly refined OLED model that’ll be out next week. Snowflake ($SNOW) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BTIG with $353 tgt
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Wednesday, September 29, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 191.00 0.56% 34,366 S&P 500 30.25 0.69% 4,373 Nasdaq 134.50 0.91% 14,899 U.S. stock futures are looking higher, bouncing after the S&P posted its worst drop in months, as Treasury yields ease back below 1.5% for the 10-year and markets remain hopeful that negotiations tied to the debt ceiling and the infrastructure take a turn for the better. The S&P 500 500 suffered the biggest one-day percentage drop since May 12 and the Nasdaq Composite closes with biggest one-day percentage drop since March 18 as all three major U.S. stock indexes slid nearly 2% or more, with interest rate sensitive tech and tech-adjacent stocks weighing heaviest as investors lost their risk appetite. Rising Treasury yields and deepening inflation concerns dampened risk appetite particularly pressuring growth stocks, along with rising fears of Fed asset tapering shortly and the drama in D.C. regarding the debt ceiling deadline and upcoming infrastructure bill vote later this week. Tech getting a bounce after semiconductor ASML raised guidance overnight, while MU slips after guiding next quarter results below analyst views. The 10-year yield at overnight lows, dropping below 1.5% (off highs of 1.56%), giving a boost to Nasdaq Futures up nearly 1%. European equities trade well, bouncing after Tuesday’s sell-off so far as the Stoxx 600 adds as much as 1.1% (after falling 2% Tuesday). The Nikkei Index tumbled -639 points (2.12%) to 29,544, the Shanghai Index fell -65 points (1.83%) to 3,536 and the Hang Seng Index gained 163 points to 24,663. In Europe, the German DAX is up 165 points to 15,410, while the FTSE 100 rises 60 points to 7,090. All eyes remain on Washington with a vote on the infrastructure packing set for tomorrow, that holds the fate of the debt ceiling in it as well (for now). Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index plunged -90.48 points, or 2.04%, to 4,352.63 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -569.38 points, or 1.63%, to 34,299.99 The Nasdaq Composite sunk -423.29 points, or 2.83%, to 14,546.68 The Russell 2000 Index declined -51.23 points, or 2.25% to 2,229.78 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 10:00 AM ET Pending Home Sales MoM for Aug 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: CTAS, EPAC, JBL, WOR Earnings After the Close: LNDC, MLHR Other Key Events: China Caixin PMI Sept-Final China’s NBS Manufacturing PMI for Sept BTIG Inaugural Cannabis Conference (virtual), 9/29 Cantor Global Healthcare Conference (virtual), 9/27-9/30 North American Spine Society Annual Meeting, in Boston 9/29-10/2 Wolfe Utilities & Midstream Conference 2021, 9/28-9/31 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.50 74.79 Brent -0.51 78.58 Gold 10.50 1,744.50 EUR/USD -0.0021 1.1662 JPY/USD -0.17 111.33 10-Year Note -0.037 1.499% World News S. Senate Republicans for a second day in a row blocked a bid by President Joe Biden’s Democrats to head off a potentially crippling U.S. credit default, as partisan tensions rattled an economy recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. North Korea claims that it tested a newly developed hypersonic missile on Tuesday Germany Aug Import Prices rise +1.4% m/m vs 1.2% consensus; +16.5% y/y vs +16.1% consensus Spain Sep CPI YoY rises +4.0% vs 3.5% consensus and MoM +0.8% vs 0.4% consensus Sector News Breakdown Consumer Cal-Maine ($CALM) Q1 EPS loss (-$0.37) vs. est. loss (-$0.62); Q1 revs $331.7M vs. est. $313.43M; said results were affected by lower conventional egg sale volumes that partially offset a higher average conventional egg selling price; shell egg average selling price increased to $1.24 per dozen in Q1 from $1.08 per dozen YoY; said will not pay a dividend in Q1; 1Q gross margins reflect higher production costs primarily related to a significant increase in feed costs Conagra Brands ($CAG) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Credit Suisse Lucid Group Inc ($LCID) rises after announcing plans to start delivering luxury electric sedans with a Tesla-beating driving range in late-October Energy, Industrials and Materials Sherwin Williams ($SHW) sees Q3 EPS $1.80-$1.90 with items below the consensus est. of $2.03 (includes 20c per share for acquisition-related amortization expense); narrows Q3 consolidated net sales guidance to be flat to down slightly compared to Q3 of FY20; sees FY21 EPS $7.21-$7.41 with items vs. est. $9.21 Vale ($VALE) downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley The American Petroleum Institute (API) showed a surprise build of 4.12M barrels of oil for the week ending September 24, showed a build of 3.55M barrels, distillate inventories show a build of 2.48M barrels and Cushing inventories show a build of 359K barrels. Reuters reported the United States has reached out to China diplomatically about reducing its purchases of Iranian crude oil, U.S. and European officials said on Tuesday, as Washington seeks to persuade Tehran to resume talks about reviving the 2015 nuclear deal. EQT Corporation (EQT)93M share Spot Secondary priced at $20.00 Non-OPEC crude supply is expected to peak at 48 million barrels a day in 2025, before slipping to 39.3 million barrels a day by 2045, according to the head of OPEC’s energy studies department Financials China Evergrande said on Wednesday it plans to sell a 9.99 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) stake it owns in Shengjing Bank Co Ltd to a state-owned asset management company as it scrambles to raise funds. Healthcare The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is leaning toward authorizing half-dose booster shots of the Moderna Inc ($MRNA) COVID-19 vaccine, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter. Eli Lilly ($LLY) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Citi and raise tgt to $265 from $210 GeoVax ($GOVX) shares rise as enters license agreement with PNP Therapeutics to acquire the exclusive rights to develop and commercialize Gedeptin, a treatment of solid cancer tumors Pfizer ($PFE) is changing up the protocol for its Phase 3 gene therapy trial for Duchenne muscular dystrophy after three patients experienced severe side effects, including muscle weakness, following treatment. Two of the people also developed myocarditis after taking the drug – STAT news reported Technology, Media & Telecom Micron ($MU) shares fell -5%; Q4 EPS $2.42 vs. est. $2.33; Q4 revs $8.27B vs. est. $8.22B; sees Q1 revs $7.65B plus/minus $200M vs. est. $8.57B; sees Q1 EPS $2.00 plus/minus $0.10 vs. est. $2.56; says demand outlook for 2022 is strong ASML ($ASML) said it would have revenue growth of around 11% annually through 2030 amid booming demand for its products; the company estimated revenue would hit 24-30 billion euros ($28 billion-35 billion) in 2025 with gross margins up to 55%. That compares with the previous forecast of a 15–24-billion-euro range in the same year, at gross margins of at least 50%. Akamai Technologies Inc. ($AKAM) agreed to buy Guardicore, a provider of micro-segmentation technology that blocks the spread of malware within an enterprise, for about $600 million NXP Semiconductors ($NXPI) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Bernstein HP Inc. ($HPQ) downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at JPMorgan and cut tgt to $30 from $35 Dell Technologies ($DELL), JD Group ($JD) and Dada Group ($DADA), announced that they will expand their partnership in promoting the digital transformation of physical stores, creating an omni-channel retail model and one-hour living circle, or services ecosystem, for digital products AMC Networks ($AMCX) said its longtime chief operating officer Ed Carroll has decided to step down, following an accomplished 34-year tenure with the company. He will remain with the company through the end of the year.
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By Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian shares lost ground on Wednesday, and were set for their worst quarter since the coronavirus pandemic hit, as worries about economic growth in China combined with fears of a global slowdown and a strong dollar to push equities markets lower. The dollar touched an 18-month high against the yen in Asian hours and stayed steady at over a 10 month high versus other major peers after overnight gains, boosted by a recent run up in U.S. Treasury yields, which had also helped spook U.S. equity markets. Doubts are re-emerging over the global recovery at a time when the U.S. Federal Reserve is set to taper stimulus and the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden is stuck in contentious debt ceiling negotiations that could lead to a government shutdown. At the same time, China is grappling with a power crunch that has impacted economic output there. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.84% and was heading for a 9.4% decline for the third quarter, its worst quarterly performance since the first three months of 2020, when markets globally were roiled by the initial spread of COVID-19. There were declines in benchmarks in South Korea, down 1.3%, Australia off 1.2%, and in Chinese blue chips which shed 0.6%%, though Hong Kong bucked the trend rising 0.5%. Japan's Nikkei shed 2.12% following declines in the U.S overnight as the country's ruling party votes for a new leader who will almost certainly become the next prime minister ahead of a general election due in weeks. Futures suggested a risk friendlier mood could return later with U.S. stock futures, the S&P 500 e-minis, up 0.51%, pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures 0.36% higher and FTSE futures trading just above flat. One factor sapping the mood in Asia was China's worsening power crunch, which pushed investors out of Chinese stocks vulnerable to factory shutdowns including chemicals and steelmaking, even as the country's all-powerful economic planning agency attempted to reassure residents and businesses. The energy troubles follows turmoil in China's property sector as investors closely watch the fate of indebted developer Evergrande, and regulatory changes in education and technology, with some observers suggesting authorities wanted to get the changes in while economic growth was reasonably strong. "I think the window will close in the next one or two months as GDP may surprise on the downside ... and there may be employment problems," said Alan Wang, Portfolio Manager, Greater China Equities, at Principal Global Investors. "When the government sees those numbers they may start to change their behaviour, or maybe extend some deadlines" Evergrande shares rose 10.8% after it said it plans to sell a 9.99 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) stake it owns in Shengjing Bank, but investors are still waiting to see whether the cash-strapped developer will make an interest payment due Wednesday on a dollar bond. ROTATE TO VALUE Overnight, all three major U.S. stock indexes slid nearly 2% or more, with interest rate sensitive tech and tech-adjacent stocks worst hit by the surging bond yields, as investors began to shift to value names. (N) Benchmark 10-year rates have gained 25 basis points in five sessions but inched down in Asian hours to 1.5392%, having hit their highest since mid-June the day before "We think (10-year Treasury yields) are likely to around 1.5% to 1.75%, so they obviously still have room to go," said Daniel Lam, senior cross-asset strategist at Standard Chartered (OTC:SCBFF). Lam said the rise in yields was driven by the fact the United States was almost definitely going to start tapering its massive asset purchases by the end of this year. Oil prices dropped having touched a near three-year high the day before. Brent crude fell 1.8% to $77.67 per barrel U.S. crude dipped 1.75% to $73.97 a barrel. [O/R] Gold edged higher with the spot price at $1,739.5 an ounce, up 0.4% from the seven-week low hit the day before as higher yields hurt demand for the non-interest bearing asset.
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By Alun John and Anushka Trivedi HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian shares were on edge on Friday, hurt by persistent uncertainty around the fate of debt-ridden China Evergrande, even as increased risk appetite drove U.S. stocks and Treasury yields higher. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was little changed after falling 0.7% this week, poised for its third weekly loss in a row. Australian shares fell 0.4%, while the Hong Kong benchmark was mostly flat. Japan's Nikkei rose 2%, however, catching up with global gains after the market was closed for a public holiday. Chinese blue chips reversed early losses to gain 0.3% after a cash injection from the central bank brought its weekly injection to 270 billion yuan ($42 billion) - the largest since January. U.S. stock futures, the S&P 500 e-minis, were up 0.5%, while European stock futures and British stock futures , slipped. Investors continued to worry about the fate of property developer Evergrande which missed an interest payment deadline on Thursday and has entered a 30-day grace period. Evergrande shares fell 11% on Friday, extending losses following a Reuters report that some offshore bondholders had not received interest payments by the Thursday deadline. It rallied 17.6% the previous day after the company said it had agreed to settle interest payments on a domestic bond. Global investors have been on tenterhooks as debt payment obligations of Evergrande, labouring under a $305 billion mountain of debt, triggered fears its malaise could pose systemic risks to China's financial system. Ray Ferris, chief investment officer for South Asia at Credit Suisse (SIX:CSGN), said that while investors were jittery about China's prospects due to woes in the property sector and a slew of regulatory changes, there was positive sentiment elsewhere. "Growth in the large developed economies is above trend, likely to remain above trend and monetary policy remains very supportive of asset prices likely all the way through the middle of next year," he said. "Every once in a while shocks to the system give us a correction, but these are more shallow than in the last several decades because of the weight of money out there that needs a home." The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite all gained more than 1% overnight, as investors appeared to take the Federal Reserve's latest tapering signals in stride. (N) The Fed said on Wednesday it could begin reducing its monthly bond purchases by as soon as November, and that interest rates could rise quicker than expected by next year. The November deadline was largely priced in by markets. The risk-on sentiment in stock markets weighed on the dollar. The dollar index dropped sharply overnight against a basket of its peers, falling from its highest in nearly one month to a one-week low. It was broadly steady in Asian hours, though it strengthened against the yen to its highest since Aug. 13. [FRX/] The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes firmed marginally to 1.444%, its highest since July 2, gaining 15 basis points over the last two days. The bulk of the gains came overnight after a rate hike by the Norwegian central bank and hawkish remarks from the Bank of England reinforced market expectations that the Federal Reserve would begin tapering by year end. Oil prices rose for a fourth straight day due to global supply concerns following powerful storms in the United States. [O/R] Brent crude was up 0.2% to $77.37 a barrel and U.S. oil was up 0.1% to $73.36 a barrel. Gold regained some ground on Friday, with the spot price rising 0.5% to $1,751 per ounce. It fell over 1% the day before as higher yields hurt the non-interest bearing asset. [GOL/]
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By Anshuman Daga and Andrew Galbraith SINGAPORE/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China Evergrande agreed to settle interest payments on a domestic bond on Wednesday, while the Chinese central bank injected cash into the banking system, soothing fears of imminent contagion from the debt-laden property developer. Evergrande, Asia's biggest junk bond issuer, is so entangled with China's broader economy that its fate has kept global stock and bond markets on tenterhooks as late debt payments could trigger so-called cross-defaults. Many financial institutions have exposure to Evergrande through direct loans and indirect holdings, while any defaults will also trigger sell-offs in the high-yield credit market. In an effort to reassure investors, the People's Bank of China's injected 90 billion yuan to the banking system, signalling support for markets as they braced for what is expected to be one of China's largest-ever debt restructurings. Evergrande is scrambling to avoid defaulting on a number of bonds with payments due this week and its main unit, Hengda Real Estate Group, said on Wednesday it had "resolved" one coupon payment due on Thursday on its Shenzhen-traded 5.8% September 2025 bond, via "private negotiations". It did not specify how much interest would be paid or when, nor did Hengda mention Evergrande's other pressing debts, leaving it unclear what this means for $83.5 billion in dollar bond interest payments due on Thursday. Evergrande did not immediately respond to questions about its deal or its intentions. But engagement with bondholders, a common way to avoid default, on top of chairman Hui Ka Yuan's vow this week that Evergrande would "walk out of its darkest moment," cheered investors and soothed markets more broadly. "These events seem to suggest that the company is taking control of the situation and is trying its best to work out a solution with creditors," Singapore-based Dexter Tan, a senior fixed income analyst at Bondsupermart.com, said. Evergrande, which epitomised the borrow-to-build business model and was once China's top-selling developer, also has a $47.5 million dollar-bond interest payment due next week. "We do not have a clearer picture as how Evergrande settled its onshore coupon," Singapore-based Chuanyo Zhou, a credit analyst at Lucror Analytics, said. "It doesn't look like a cash payment. It may still miss the coupon on offshore bonds due tomorrow." Evergrande's Hong Kong shares did not trade due to a public holiday but rose 40% in Frankfurt to 0.38 euros ($0.45). Its dollar bonds maturing next year and in 2024 remained below 30 cents on the dollar. In the wider market, the U.S. dollar slipped and S&P 500 futures rose in Asia and European trade. [MKTS/GLOB] BREAKDOWN Analysts have been downplaying the risk that a collapse threatens a "Lehman moment", or liquidity crunch, which freezes the financial system and spreads globally. Only some $20 billion of $305 billion outstanding debts is owed offshore, according to Refinitiv data. But the risk of failure remains high, particularly if offshore bondholders are less willing than those in China to cut deals, and the fallout has already begun to trigger tremors in the property market of the world's second-largest economy. "Developers there have long claimed that the success of their business is driven by the three carriages: high turnover, high gross profit, and high leverage," said Michael Pettis, a nonresident senior fellow at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, in a blog post. "But all of these proverbial carriages are breaking down as the effects of Evergrande's crisis spread." There is also mounting political pressure to act as the anger of retail investors with their savings sunk in Evergrande properties or wealth management products swells. Asked at a regular daily briefing on Wednesday whether China would take measures to intervene, foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian only referred to the "responsible departments". Despite the risks, some funds have been increasing their positions in recent months. BlackRock (NYSE:BLK) and investment banks HSBC and UBS have been among the largest buyers of Evergrande's debt, Morningstar https://www.morningstar.hk/hk/news/215418/whos-buying-evergrandes-bonds.aspx?lang=en-hk data and a blog post showed. Other bondholders include UBS Asset Management and Amundi, Europe's largest asset manager. ($1 = 6.4665 Chinese yuan)($1 = 0.8524 euros)
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ragazzi vi saluto...fate i bravi se potete e vi auguro un buon fine settimana!! A lunedì!! ;)
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Per il momento non fate nulla, vi faccio sapere quando avrò delle novità ufficiali.
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magari fate trading lo stesso
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*FDA Expected to Seek More Time Before Deciding Fate of Juul, Sources Say *FDA Faces Sept. 9 Deadline to Respond to E-Cigarette Makers *FDA Has Told Some Small Companies to Pull E-Cigarettes From U.S. Market
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Friday, August 20, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -121.00 0.35% 34,697 S&P 500 -16.25 0.36% 4,385 Nasdaq -28.50 0.19% 14,899 Global stock markets are lower again as investors grapple with the spread of the highly contagious COVID-19 delta variant, the impact of the virus on growth and China’s continued crackdown on its technology sector. All eyes on next week’s Federal Reserve’s Jackson Hole symposium where comments on inflation, bond asset purchase tapering will be closely watched. The dollar rose for a fifth day, while Treasury yields continued a slide. Oil prices are currently lower, on track for a 7-day losing streak (longest decline wince 2019) while the U.S. dollar is set for its biggest weekly gain since June (weighing again on commodity prices), currently up at 9 ½ month highs around 93.65 for the dollar index (DXY) with Sept 2020 highs around 94.74. In vaccine news, the Washington Post reported that U.S. health officials are investigating reports that Moderna Inc’s ($MRNA) COVID-19 vaccine may be linked to a higher risk of a rare heart condition in younger adults than previously thought, sending shares lower. In Asian markets, more regulatory concerns/measures crippling stocks as the Nikkei Index slides -267 points (about 1%) to settle at 27,013, the Shanghai Index fell -38 points or 1.1% to close at 3,427 and the Hang Seng Index plunged -466 points or 1.84% to end the week at 24,849. In Europe, the German DAX is down around -70 points (-0.45%) to drop below 15,700, while the FTSE 100 slip about -10 points to 7,045. Stocks finished a choppy Thursday session mixed on concerns the Federal Reserve could begin tapering stimulus this year, even as surging coronavirus infections caused by the delta variant raised worries about the pace of the U.S. recovery. In the bond market, the 10-year Treasury yield at 1.23%. The Russell 2000 SmallCap index pointing to a lower open, entering today with a 6-day losing streak. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index climbed 5.53 points, or 0.13%, to 4,405.80 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -66.57 points, or 0.19%, to 34,894.12 The Nasdaq Composite gained 15.87 points, or 0.11%, to 14,541.79 The Russell 2000 Index declined -26.36 points, or 1.22% to 2,132.42 Events Calendar for Today 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: BKE, DE, FL Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.47 63.22 Brent -0.48 65.97 Gold 3.70 1,784.10 EUR/USD 0.0006 1.1681 JPY/USD -0.12 109.62 10-Year Note +0.01 1.233% World News Germany July PPI +1.9% MoM vs. +0.8% consensus and rose +10.4% YoY vs. 9.2% consensus UK Jul Retail Sales miss falling -2.5% MoM vs 0.4% consensus and rose +2.4% YoY vs 6.0% consensus; core m/m fell -2.4% vs 0.3% consensus and on a YoY basis, rose +1.8% vs 5.7% consensus Consumer confidence in the U.K. edged down in August but remained at pre-pandemic levels, market-research company GfK said Friday. GfK’s consumer-confidence indicator came in at minus 8 in August, down one point from July vs, forecast an unchanged reading at minus 7. Sector News Breakdown Consumer Farfetch Limited ($FTCH) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.17) vs. est. loss (-$0.33); Q2 revs $523.3M vs. est. $496.8M; Q2 Gross Merchandise Value exceeds $1 billion, up 40% YoY and more than double compared to Q2 2019; full-price sales growth of 90% drives Q2 2021 Digital Platform GMV; Q2 2021 gross profit margin improves by 30 bps year-over-year to 44% Ross Stores ($ROST) 2Q EPS $1.39 vs est. $0.98 on sales $4.8B vs est. $4.5B, comps +15%; sees 3Q comps +5-7% with EPS $0.61-0.69 vs est. $0.93; guides FY EPS $4.20-4.38 vs est. $4.40 on comps +10-11% Macy’s ($M) upgraded to Neutral from Underweight with $25 tgt at JPMorgan Adtalem Global Education Inc. ($ATGE) 4Q adj EPS $0.70 on revs $280.4Mm vs est. $283.4Mm; guides FY22 revs $1.685-1.735B vs est. $1.2B, sees FY22 adj EPS $4.20-4.45 vs est. $3.30 Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have struck new exclusive baseball card agreements with a new company controlled by online sports-merchandise retailer Fanatics Inc., breaking the decades-long grip that Topps Co. ($MUDS) has held on the trading-card market, people familiar with the matter said. https://on.mktw.net/3AX9qSN Tesla ($TSLA) CEO Elon Musk said the electric-vehicle company plans to adapt the artificial intelligence technology it has been developing for autonomous driving to make humanoid robots Energy, Industrials & Materials Deere ($DE) Q3 EPS $5.32 vs. est. $4.58; Q3 revs $11.52B vs. est. $10.3B; full-year earnings forecast raised to range of $5.7B-$5.9B vs. prior guidance of $5.3B-$5.7B; says looking ahead, we expect demand for farm and construction equipment to continue benefiting from favorable fundamentals; sees 2021 production & precision ag net sales up 25 to 30%, 2021 small ag & turf net sales up about 25% Financials Coinbase ($COIN) CEO Brian Armstrong tweeted: “We recently received board approval to purchase over $500M of crypto on our balance sheet to add to our existing holdings. And we’ll be investing 10% of all profit going forward in crypto. I expect this percentage to keep growing over time as the crypto-economy matures. Cboe Global Markets ($CBOE) increases dividend 14% to 48c per share LPL Financial LLC ($LPLA) July total advisory and brokerage assets at the end of July were approximately $1.13 trillion, an increase of $17.6B, or 1.6%, compared to the end of June 2021; total net new assets for July were $10.0B, translating to an 11.5% annualized growth rate The Charles Schwab Corporation ($SCHW) said it is implementing a special five percent pay increase for employees “in recognition of their unwavering service to clients and each other throughout the pandemic Healthcare S. health officials are investigating reports that Moderna Inc’s (MRNA) COVID-19 vaccine may be linked to a higher risk of a rare heart condition in younger adults than previously thought, the Washington Post reported late on Thursday https://reut.rs/3z3wKxP AstraZeneca PLC ($AZN) said Friday it would seek regulatory approval for an antibody drug after a study showed strong efficacy in preventing symptomatic Covid-19, offering a potential new alternative to vaccines for people who refuse shots or for whom they aren’t effective. The company said AZD7442 showed 77% efficacy in reducing risk of symptomatic Covid-19 compared with a placebo in late-stage clinical trials testing its usefulness as a preventive treatment Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) said that Joaquin Duato, vice chairman of the company’s executive committee, will become CEO on Jan. 3, with Chairman and Chief Executive Alex Gorsky transitioning to executive chairman. Gorsky has served as the company’s chairman and CEO for nearly a decade, and has been with Johnson & Johnson for 30 years. “ Fate Therapeutics ($FATE) announces positive interim clinical data from its FT596 and FT516 off-the-shelf, IPSC-derived NK cell programs for b-cell lymphoma; 10 of 14 Patients in FT596 single-dose escalation cohorts 2 and 3 achieved objective response; 7 patients achieved complete response, including 2 of 3 patients treated with FT596 in combination with Rituximab following autologous CD19 CAR T-cell therapy Sorrento ($SRNE) announces its lead protein-based covid-19 vaccine candidate – dyai-100 – elicits strong neutralizing immune responses in vaccinated animals against sars-cov-2 and multiple major variants of concern Technology, Media & Telecom Applied Materials ($AMAT) 3Q adj EPS $1.90 vs est. $1.77 on revs $6.2B vs est. $5.94B; guides 4Q net sales approx $6.33B +/- $250Mm vs est. $6.04B, sees 4Q adj EPS $1.87-2.01 vs est. $1.81 Adobe Systems ($ADBE) to acquire Io in a transaction, valued at $1.275B Spotify Technology ($SPOT) has authorized to repurchase 10M company’s ordinary shares, up to the amount of $1B Marin Software ($MRIN) enters $50M equity distribution agreement S. listed China shares active amid yet more regulatory pressure headlines; the country approved a strict data privacy law, triggering fresh concerns over the intensity of Beijing’s recent regulatory crackdowns. The Personal Information Protection Law was passed at a meeting in Beijing of the nation’s top legislative body, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress. Apple ($AAPL) delays office return to at least January on Covid rise, while IBM closes New York City offices amid rising covid-19 cases A new round of proposed regulations sent Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. ’s ($BABA)S. listing to decline 4.9% on Tuesday to $173.73, its lowest close since October 2019. The Chinese tech company’s American depository receipts have fallen more than 25% so far this year. New draft guidelines released Tuesday by China’s top market regulator aim to prevent internet companies from adopting forced exclusivity and blocking competitors’ links and apps
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I mean > @Benlax said: the fate of the world is in the hands of a man that can't explain inflation reslly
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the fate of the world is in the hands of a man that can't explain inflation reslly
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The dollar traded near a one-month low on Friday and was set for its worst weekly performance since May as dovish remarks by the U.S. Federal Reserve together with underwhelming economic data took the steam out of a month-long rally. The dollar index, which measures its performance against a basket of six other currencies, was last at 91.845, after hitting 91.775, a level not seen since June 29. For the week, the index is off 1.1%, its worst weekly showing since early May. For the month, the index is down 0.5% so far, following a 2.8% rally in June. " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> The dollar's downtrend began after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell wrong-footed bulls following a policy meeting this week by saying that rate increases were "a ways away" and the job market still had "some ground to cover". "The Fed is focused on jobs and isn't concerned about inflation," said Joel Kruger, currency analyst at LMAX. "The market isn’t pricing a taper now until the end of the year, if at all, and China has calmed investor nerves around regulatory crackdowns," he said. "These are the primary drivers of markets into Friday and the net result has been one of broad-based U.S. dollar declines and fresh record highs in U.S. equities." The dollar found little support overnight from U.S. gross domestic product numbers. While the U.S. economy expanded at a 6.5% annualised rate in the second quarter, boosted by massive government aid, growth fell short of economists' expectations for an 8.5% acceleration. The dollar held near a two-week low against the safe haven Japanese yen at 109.52, while the euro climbed to a one-month high against the U.S. currency and last traded at $1.19. The euro zone economy grew faster than expected in the second quarter, pulling out of a recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, while inflation shot past the European Central Bank's 2% target in July. "In general, the eurozone’s rebound from its technical recession should not be a game changer for the ECB (European Central Bank) expectations or for the euro," ING strategists said in a note. "The short-term fate of euro/dollar still looks mostly tied to the U.S. dollar and global dynamics," they said, adding that fresh signs of turbulence from Asia suggested it might be too early for the euro to return above $1.19. Elsewhere, the Chinese yuan has recovered most of its Tuesday plunge to trade at 6.4566 per dollar. [CNY/] Sentiment was helped by China's attempt to calm frayed investor nerves by telling foreign brokerages not to "overinterpret" its latest regulatory actions. Both the Australian and New Zealand dollars, reliant on world and Chinese economic growth, hovered near two-week highs. The British pound was close to its highest in over a month helped by the U.S. dollar's weaker tone and a fall in coronavirus cases in Britain. Investors will keep a close eye on several U.S. indicators due later in the day including second-quarter employment cost index, personal income and spending for June and the University of Michigan consumer sentiment index for July.
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Eventualmente fate voi privatamente
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**9) FATE (FATE)** FATE has broken out of its downtrend on 06/28/21, after gapping up this back tested the downtrend on 07/01/21 and created a bullish engulfing on the daily chart. AT the break above 94.50 will obtain 95 calls for 07/16. PT: $98
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fate corsi sulle candele?
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se guardate il mensile per fare operazioni fate 2 trade all'anno .. un giornaliero va più che bene.. quelli che guardano il mensile sono quelli che vanno nelle varie trasmissioni per dire sempre le solite cose ... cioè il nulla cosmico
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Scusate, è la prima volta che vinco e sono da poco nella community. Come funziona? Mi inviate un codice per riscattarlo? Grazie ancora comunque e complimenti per tutto ciò che fate! 💪
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Gold nel dettaglio poi fate la vostra considerazione
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This week's weekly watchlist posted in the watchlist section. Play's that did not make the watchlist but will be monitored if become better positioned, or gain volume will be PYPL, BA, ANET, FATE, IDXX, DOCU, and NIO
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Buon weekend a tutti e ci si sente lunedì e mi raccomando fate i bravi!!ahhahaha
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ma che fate a gara ???? ;););););)
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/*============================================= = Monday June 07, 2021 = =============================================*/ Monday, June 7, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 30.00 0.09% 34,772 S&P 500 -4.25 0.10% 4,224 Nasdaq -45.50 0.33% 13,721 U.S. futures are mixed to start the trading week as the Dow rises, S&P little changed and Nasdaq futures slide about 45 points as shares of U.S. tech giants decline after the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies agreed this weekend to back a minimum global tax rate of at least 15% (watch shares of $AAPL, $AMZN, $FB, $GOOGL). Apple (AAPL) will kick off its annual Worldwide Developer Conference at 1 p.m. ET. In healthcare, all eyes on Biogen ($BIIB) as the company rises ahead of FDA decision on Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab as the FDA is set to decide on whether to approve company’s controversial Alzheimer’s disease drug. This weekend, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said President Joe Biden should push forward with his $4 trillion spending plans even if they cause an inflation spike into next year. She also told Bloomberg in an interview that slightly higher interest rates would be a plus. Other than that, a quiet day for economic data. Stocks climbed on Friday as the key May jobs report showed solid gains, boosting confidence in the economic comeback, while for the week, the S&P rose 0.62%, the Dow added 0.66%, the Nasdaq gained 0.48%. Bitcoin and most other top cryptocurrencies fell on Sunday on concerns that there may be a further crackdown on the industry in China and as a report from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. served as a reminder that institutional adoption may be a long process. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 77 points to settle at 29,020, the Shanghai Index rose 7 points to 3,599, and the Hang Seng Index slipped -130 points to 28,787. In Europe, the German DAX is up about 35 points to 15,725, while the FTSE 100 is up around 20 points to 7,090. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index jumped 37.04 points, or 0.88%, to 4,229.89 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 179.39 points, or 0.52%, to 34,756.39 The Nasdaq Composite surged 199.99 points, or 1.47%, to 13,814.49 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 7.16 points, or 0.31% to 2,286.41 Events Calendar for Today 3:00 PM EST Consumer Credit for April Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $GII Earnings After the Close: $BBCP, $COUP, $HQY, $MRVL, $MTN, $NAPA, $REVG, $SFIX Other Key Events: American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), 6/4-6/8 Deutsche Bank Global Consumer Conference (virtual), 6/7-6/10 Goldman Sachs Travel & Leisure Conference 2021 (virtual), 6/7-6/8 Oppenheimer Virtual Software & Semiconductor Bus Tour, 6/7-6/11 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.39 69.23 Brent -0.43 71.46 Gold -5.90 1,885.70 EUR/USD -0.0015 1.2152 JPY/USD -0.04 109.48 10-Year Note +0.019 1.579% World News The G7 reached a landmark deal on Saturday to squeeze more money out of multinational companies such as Amazon and Google and reduce their incentive to shift profits to low-tax offshore havens. Hundreds of billions of dollars could flow into the coffers of governments left cash-strapped by the COVID-19 pandemic after the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies agreed to back a minimum global corporate tax rate of at least 15%. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said President Joe Biden should push forward with his $4 trillion spending plans even if they trigger inflation that persists into next year and higher interest rates. “If we ended up with a slightly higher interest rate environment it would actually be a plus for society’s point of view and the Fed’s point of view,” Yellen said Sunday in an interview with Bloomberg News Sector News Breakdown Consumer Las Vegas is making a comeback according to Barron’s saying bookings at casino resorts have gone up, but convention and expo business still faces uncertainty after the pandemic. Among REITs, MGM Growth Properties ($MGP) and VICI Properties ($VICI) offer yields above 4%. Two major Las Vegas Strip players are MGM Resorts International ($MGM) and Caesars Entertainment ($CZR). Regional casinos Boyd Gaming ($BYD) and Red Rock Resorts ($RRR), which cater more to the local market, have gained more than MGM and Caesars since the end of last January. Avis Budget Group Inc ($CAR) board approved a $325 mln increase to company’s share repurchase authorization Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) said it received a notice of delinquency for late filing from the Nasdaq Stock Market because it has yet to file its 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31 Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc agreed to sell its Chinese baby-formula business to Primavera Capital Group for $2.2 billion as the company seeks to exit from the struggling sector. Reckitt will retain an 8% stake in the unit and sees net cash proceeds of about $1.3 billion Tesla ($TSLA) CEO Elon Musk told Twitter followers that the Plaid+ trim is “canceled” as the imminent, lower-priced ‘regular’ Plaid model is “just so good.” It’s the quickest production car ever, he claimed Energy, Industrials and Materials Peabody Energy ($BTU) files to say has entered into at market issuance sales agreement to offer and sell up to 12.5 mln shares of common stock Diana Shipping Inc. ($DSX) files for mixed shelf of up to $750 mln TimkenSteel ($TMST) announced it will increase base pricing on all special bar quality products by $50 per ton Trucker rating changes at Goldman Sachs as they upgraded CH Robinson ($CHRW) to Buy from Sell with a $108 price target saying asset-based truckload sector fundamentals are very robust right now with supply tight, demand strong and prices elevated, while the firm downgraded ArcBest (ARCB) to Neutral and Werner ($WERN) to Sell Financials Barron’s said Allegiance Bancshares ($ABTX), PNC Financial Services Group ($PNC), Pinnacle Financial Partners ($PNFP), SVB Financial Group ($SIVB) are banks that operate in regions where growth is booming, and they can benefit from loan growth sooner Realty Income Corp ($O) files mixed securities shelf Essex Property ($ESS) raises low end of core FFO guidance for Q2 and FY21 as now sees Q2 core FFO of $2.92-3.00 (prior: $2.84-3.00) vs. a consensus of $2.98; sees FY21 core FFO of $12.02-12.46 (prior: $11.46-$12.46) vs. $12.23 consensus. Visa ($V) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at Piper Sandler and up tgt to $260 from $234 Healthcare Biogen ($BIIB) rises ahead of FDA decision on Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab as the FDA is set to decide on whether to approve company’s controversial Alzheimer’s disease drug. If approved, Biogen’s aducanumab would be the first treatment in more than a decade to treat the disease (other companies with Alzheimer treatments include $AVXL, $PRTA, $SAVA) ChromaDex Corp. ($CDXC) announced the launch of its flagship consumer product Tru Niagen(R) in Walmart, available in 3,800 stores across the United States. Walmart is the first major U.S. retailer to bring this well-studied healthy aging nutrient to stores Fate Therapeutics ($FATE) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at H.C. Wainwright Liminal BioSciences ($LMNL) shares jumped post-market Friday after the U.S. FDA approved Ryplazim for the treatment of patients with plasminogen deficiency type 1 (hypoplasminogenia) Iovance Biotherapeutics ($IOVA) announced updated clinical data for lifileucel from Cohort 2 in the C-144-01 clinical study in patients with advanced melanoma. The data were presented in an oral presentation at the ASCO 2021 Annual Meeting Novartis ($NVS) announced Phase 2 primary endpoint data showing investigational iptacopan – a first-in-class, oral, targeted factor B inhibitor – reduced protein in the urine, an increasingly recognized surrogate marker correlating with progression to kidney failure, and showed promise in stabilizing kidney function in patients with IgA nephropathy, or IgAN Technology, Media & Telecom Apple ($AAPL) will debut major software updates for the iPhone and iPad at its developers’ conference this week Software maker PTC ($PTC) is up 60% over the past two years, but it has more upside as it seeks to dominate the Internet of Things, Barron’s says. Autodesk ($ADSK) confirmed that it has submitted a non-binding proposal to acquire all the outstanding shares of common stock of Altium ($ALMFF) for A$38.50 Flextronics ($FLEX) forecasted that the chip shortage disrupting the car industry and the supply of consumer technology products will last until at least mid-2022 – Financial Times reported
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Fate Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of first-in-class cellular immunotherapies for cancer. The Company has established a leadership position in the clinical development and manufacture of universal, off-the-shelf cell products using its proprietary induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) product platform. The Company's immuno-oncology product candidates include natural killer (NK) cell and T-cell cancer immunotherapies, which are designed to synergize with well-established cancer therapies, including immune checkpoint inhibitors and monoclonal antibodies, and to target tumor-associated antigens with chimeric antigen receptors (CARs). The Company's immuno-regulatory product candidates include ProTmune™, a pharmacologically modulated, donor cell graft that is currently being evaluated in a Phase 2 clinical trial for the prevention of graft-versus-host disease. Fate Therapeutics is headquartered in San Diego, CA.
CEO: William Rastetter
HQ: 3535 General Atomics Ct Ste 200 San Diego, 92121-1140 California