$INT

World Fuel Services Corp.

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Wholesale Distributors
  • Wholesale Trade
  • Distribution Services
  • Petroleum and Petroleum Products Merchant Wholesalers (except Bulk Stations and Terminals)

PRICE

$27.8 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

333,864

DAY RANGE

26.75 - 28.16

52 WEEK

19.29 - 34.62

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@Chano #StockTraders.NET
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eeey! I just mentioned you... watching the volume int the 5 min

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@Alpha #decarolis
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DIRETTA: Ministro degli Esteri dell'UE. Borrell https://audiovisual.ec.europa.eu/en/ebs/live/2?lg=INT

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Caution gripped share markets on Monday as investors braced for a U.S. inflation report that could force another super-sized hike in interest rates and the start of an earnings season in which profits will be under pressure. An upbeat U.S. June payrolls report already has the market wagering heavily on a rise of 75 basis points from the Federal Reserve, sending bond yields and the dollar higher. Underlining the global nature of the inflation challenge, central banks in Canada and New Zealand are expected to tighten further this week. [NZ/INT][CA/INT] While Wall Street did eke out some gains last week, the market mood will be tested by earnings from JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) on Thursday, with Citigroup (NYSE:C) and Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) the day after. "Consensus expects 2Q S&P 500 EPS (earnings per share) growth of just +6% year/year," says Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) analyst David J. Kostin. "While firms will likely clear this low bar, we expect cautious commentary will prompt cuts to forward estimates." If the economy does manage to dodge recession, Kostin sees EPS growth of 8% in 2022 and 6% in 2023, with the S&P 500 index rising to 4,300. In a moderate recession, EPS could fall by 11%. On Monday, S&P 500 futures were down 0.7% and Nasdaq futures off 0.9%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures fell 1.3% and FTSE futures 1.0%. Chinese blue chips lost 1.9% after Shanghai discovered a COVID-19 case involving a new subvariant, Omicron BA.5.2.1. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slipped 0.7% and South Korea 0.1%. Going the other way, Japan's Nikkei added 1.2%. Japan's conservative coalition government was projected to have increased its majority in upper house elections on Sunday, two days after the assassination of former prime minister Shinzo Abe. A major hurdle will be Wednesday's U.S. consumer price report, in which markets see headline inflation accelerating further to 8.8% but a slight slowdown in the core measure to 5.8%. An early reading on consumer inflation expectations this week will also have the close attention of the Fed. "Unexpected weakness in these releases will be required to dislodge expectations for a 75bps July 27 Fed rate rise, which lifted from about 71bps to 74bps post the payrolls report," said Ray Attrill head of FX strategy at NAB. PARITY PARTY Likewise, Treasury yields climbed around 10 basis points on the jobs report and the 10-year stood at 3.09% on Monday, up from a recent low of 2.746%. A hawkish Fed combined with fears of recession, particularly in Europe, has kept the dollar up at 20-year highs against a basket of competitors. The dollar broke above 137.00 to reach its highest since 1998 at 137.28 yen as the Bank of Japan remained dovish. The euro continued to struggle at $1.0150, having shed 2.4% last week to hit a two-decade low and major retracement target at $1.0072. "With little economic relief on the horizon for Europe, and U.S. inflation data likely to mark a new high for the year and keep the Fed hiking aggressively, we think the risks remain skewed in favour of the greenback," said Jonas Goltermann, a senior markets economist at Capital Economics. "Indeed, we think the EUR/USD rate will break through parity before long, and may well trade some way through that level." Rising interest rates and a strong dollar have been a headache for non-yielding gold, which was ailing at $1,741 an ounce, having fallen for four weeks in a row. [GOL/] Oil prices also lost around 4% last week as worries about demand offset supply constraints. [O/R] Data from China due on Friday are likely to confirm the world's second-largest economy contracted sharply in the second quarter amid coronavirus lockdowns. On Monday, Brent was trading 54 cents lower at $106.48, while U.S. crude eased 86 cents to $103.93 per barrel.

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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the indicators run on the function " int OnCalculate () " , this means that the market has to change in price before visuals and other things update , you can always switch timeframes to update the visual , but some numbers may need a calculation in price

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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$BBAI, $INT, $AGYS

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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or may wait for later int he day for backside

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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2.2 is holding up well...set up for a rip most likely i'm assuming int o 2.7-2.8 range...possibly whole #3 before unwind:

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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Shares slid and bond yields climbed on Monday as caution gripped markets ahead of central bank meetings and U.S. inflation data, while the euro managed only a brief gain on relief the far right did not win the first round of French presidential elections. French leader Emmanuel Macron and far right challenger Marine Le Pen qualified on Sunday for what promises to be a tightly fought presidential election runoff on April 24. A Le Pen victory could send shockwaves through France and Europe in ways similar to Britain's vote in 2016 to leave the European Union (EU). The first round result was close enough to leave the euro barely changed at $1.0883, after an initial pop to $1.0950. The mood in equity markets was cautious, with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan falling 1.3%. Japan's Nikkei dropped 0.7%, having shed 2.6% last week, while Chinese blue chips lost 2.4%. S&P 500 stock futures eased 0.6% and Nasdaq futures 0.7%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures lost 0.8%, and FTSE futures 0.4%. Earnings season kicks off this week with JP Morgan, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), Citi, Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) all due to report. Up to now, Wall Street has fared surprisingly well in the face of a vicious selloff in bonds which saw 10-year Treasury yields surge 31 basis points last week. [US/] Yields were last up at a three-year high of 2.77%, and topped Chinese bond yields for the first time since 2010. Markets have raced to price in the risk of ever-larger rate hikes from the Federal Reserve with futures implying rises of 50 basis points at both the May and June meetings. BofA's U.S. economist Ethan Harris now expects half-point hikes at each of the next three meetings and a cycle peak around 3.25-3.50%. "If inflation looks like it is heading below 3%, then our current call should be hawkish enough," Harris said in a note. "Conversely, if inflation gets stuck above 3% then the Fed will need to hike until growth drops close to zero, risking a recession." INFLATION TESTS ECB All of which underlines the importance of the March U.S. consumer price report on Tuesday where the median forecast is for a stratospheric rise of 1.2%, taking annual inflation to an eye-watering 8.5%. China's inflation figures surprised on the high side on Monday and, while relatively modest at 1.5% year-on-year in March, still dented hopes for aggressive policy easing from Beijing. Inflation will also be front and centre for the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday where the risk is for a hawkish slant to the statement. "Inflation has jumped well above where the ECB thought it would be just one month ago," noted analysts at TD Securities "We expect a dramatic shift from the ECB, with the announcement of an early end to QE in May and setting the groundwork, but not quite committing to, a June hike." Continuing the tightening theme, central banks in Canada and New Zealand could well raise rates by 50 basis points at their policy meetings this week. [CA/INT] [NZ/INT] The outsized rise in Treasury yields has seen the dollar index top 100 for the first time since May 2020, and it was last trading at 99.858. The main casualty has been the yen as the Bank of Japan remains dedicated to keeping its policy super-loose and bond yields near zero. The dollar was up at 124.92 yen, having gained 1.5% last week to just below its recent peak of 125.10. In commodity markets, thermal coal was the stand out winner last week with a rise of almost 13% after the EU banned imports of Russian coal. Gold managed a weekly gain of 1.1% but has been undermined by the huge rise in bond yields and was last flat at $1,942 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices remained under pressure after world consumers announced plans to release crude from strategic stocks and as Chinese lockdowns continued. [O/R] Early Monday, Brent was down $2.05 at $100.73, while U.S. crude lost $2.10 to $96.16.

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@Alpha #decarolis
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Conferenza stampa di Lagarde della BCE dopo la riunione dell'Eurogruppo https://audiovisual.ec.europa.eu/en/ebs/live/1?lg=INT

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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$CFVI - interested int he next push and fail

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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covering int he .40s and some here

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@CryptoCobain:** Need supp for clash euw tier 2 pls send opgg and pls dont int https://twitter.com/CryptoCobain/status/1467526453042593798

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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for me $LCID will definitely be an avoid ....just a hard ticker to trade...ive lost quite a bit before int he past

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@AJAJ #droscrew
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they might have just wrote those strikes > @mzx9 said: $TTD 19NOV2021 $106 and $107 Cs zero Open. Int why ?

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@dros #droscrew
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nobody has any open > @mzx9 said: $TTD 19NOV2021 $106 and $107 Cs zero Open. Int why ?

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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$TTD 19NOV2021 $106 and $107 Cs zero Open. Int why ?

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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good risk reward buying in the 10.50s' stopping int the .30s

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@dros #droscrew
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fastest call ever > @kooleraid said: boom he said worry not boom is int he works

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@kooleraid #droscrew
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boom he said worry not boom is int he works > @kooleraid said: calling zuckerberg quick fucker owes me

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@Riosmay #FOREX
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i'm new to Forec and playing on demo and reading before i get started with a investment. how is the margin calculated int his example?

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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Big volume & Open Int. on $PFE

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Thursday, July 22, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 83.00 0.24% 34,772 S&P 500 8.25 0.20% 4,359 Nasdaq 20.50 0.14% 14,848 Stock futures pointing higher, looking to make it a third straight day in a row of gains as optimism about earnings and the economic recovery outweighed Wall Street’s concerns about rising inflation and surging coronavirus cases. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury rose early Thursday to 1.287% after touching lows below 1.13% earlier this week. President Joe Biden, at a town hall in Cincinnati hosted by CNN, said Wednesday night β€œthere will be near-term inflation” as the economy recovers but said he has been advised by his economic team that current price increases won’t last as demand returns to normal levels. Stocks advanced Wednesday as strong corporate earnings and renewed optimism about the U.S. economic recovery stoked investor risk appetite. All three major U.S. stock indexes appeared set to build on the previous session’s gains, which delivered the S&P 500’s best day since March, while the Russell 2000 SmallCap outperformed for a second day after trading in correction territory on Monday (defined as 10% down off record highs). With Wednesday’s advance, all three are within 1% of their all-time closing highs. Economically sensitive SmallCaps, semiconductors and financials outperformed the broader market as investors prep for another busy day of earnings. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 159 points to 27,548, the Shanghai Index gained 12 points to 3,574 and the Hang Seng Index jumped nearly 500 points (1.83%) to settle at 27,723. In Europe, the German DAX is jumps 125 points to 15,550, while the FTSE 100 rises about 15 points to move above the 7,000 level. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 35.63 points, or 0.82%, to 4,358.69 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 286.01 points, or 0.83%, to 34,798.00 The Nasdaq Composite jumped 133.08 points, or 0.92%, to 14,631.95 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 39.74 points, or 1.81% to 2,234.04 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims 10:00 AM ET Existing Home Sales MoM for June 10:00 AM ET Leading Index MoM for June 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data 11:00 AM ET Kansas City Fed Manufacturing for July Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $AAL, $ABT, $AEP, $ALK, $AUB, $BANC, $BCO, $BIIB, $BKU, $BX, $CADE, $CLF, $CROX, $CSBR, $DGX, $DHI, $DHR, $DOW, $EWBC, $FAF, $FCX, $FITB, $GPC, $GTLS, $HRI, $HZO, $IIIN, $LUV, $MMC, $NEM, $NUE, $POOL, $RS, $SAFE, $SON, $T, $TPH, $TRN, $UNP, $VLY, $WBS, $WSO Earnings After the Close: $ABCB, $ASB, $BOOM, CBSH, $CE, $COF, $CSL, $CSTR, $GGBC, $INTC, $MMLP, $MSBI, $OZK, $RBNC, $SAM, $SBCF, $SIVB, $SNA, $SNAP, $TACO, $TWTR, $USX, $VRSN, $WRB, $WSFS Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.63 70.93 Brent 0.62 72.85 Gold -7.50 1,796.10 EUR/USD -0.0007 1.1787 JPY/USD -0.01 110.28 10-Year Note +0.013 1.295% World News The U.S. Treasury Department is projected to exhaust its borrowing authority in October or November, the Congressional Budget Office said on Wednesday, as a fight between Democrats and Republicans over raising the nation’s debt ceiling erupted in Congress. A failure to work out differences over whether government spending cuts should accompany an increase in the statutory debt limit, currently set at $28.5 trillion, could lead to a federal government shutdown – as has happened three times in the past decade – or even a debt default. Sector News Breakdown Consumer Las Vegas Sands ($LVS) 2Q EPS loss ($0.25) vs est. ($0.17), adj property EBITDA $244Mm, revs $1.17B vs est. $1.41B, net revs from Macao $855Mm Whirlpool ($WHR) Q2 adj EPS $6.64 vs. est. $5.93; Q2 revs $5.32B vs. est. $5.05B; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $26.00 from $22.50-$23.50 (est. $23.73); boosts FY21 net sales growth to ~16% from ~13%; sees FY21 cash provided by operating activities of $1.95B Stanley Black & Decker ($SWK) raises quarterly dividend 13% to 79c from 70c per share R. Horton ($DHI) Q3 EPS $3.06 vs. est. $2.81; Q3 revs $7.3B vs. est. $7.19B; Q3 net sales decreased 17% to 17,952 homes and increased 2% in value to $6.4 billion compared to 21,519 homes and $6.3 billion in the same quarter of the prior year; sees FY21 consolidated revenue $27.6B-$28.1B vs. est. $27.4B China is weighing an unprecedented penalty for Didi Global (DIDI) following its IPO last month, people familiar with the matter tell Bloomberg Energy Kinder Morgan ($KMI) Q2 adj EPS $0.23 vs. est. $0.19; Q2 revs $3.15B vs. est. $2.88B; expects to meet or exceed the top end of the range provided last quarter for DCF and Adjusted EBITDA; anticipates generating 2021 DCF of $5.4 billion and Adjusted EBITDA of $7.9 billion. TechnipFMC ($FTI) Q2 adj EPS ($0.06) vs est. ($0.01) on revs $1.669B vs est. $1.6B, qtr-end backlog $7.3B, qtrly inbound orders $1.56B; guides FY subsea revs $5.2-5.5B, guides surface tech revs $1.05-1.25B vs total revs est. $6.452 Precision Drilling (PDS) Q2 EPS loss (C$5.71) vs. (C$3.56) a year ago; Q2 revs C$201M vs. C$189.76M a year ago Chart Industries ($GTLS) Q2 adj EPS 80c vs. est. 79c; Q2 revs $322.0M vs. est. $317.45M; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $3.80-$4.25 from $3.65-$4.15 (est. $3.91); raises FY21 revenue guidance to $1.38B-$1.43B from $1.36B-$1.41B Financials Cohen & Steers ($CNS) Q2 adj EPS 94c vs. est. 86c; Q2 revs $144.27M vs. est. $131.17M; ending AUM of $96.2B, vs. $87.04B at previous quarter end – increase was driven by net inflows of $2.6B and market appreciation of $7.4B, partially offset by distributions of $769M Discover Financial ($DFS) 2Q EPS $5.55 vs est. $3.97, qtrly payment services volume $78.4B +22%, total loans ended qtr at $87.7B -1%, credit card loans ended qtr at $68.9B -2%, total net charge-off rt 2.12%; increases qtrly common stock dividend from $0.44-0.50/shr, approves share repurchase up to $2.4B Equifax ($EFX) 2Q adj EPS $1.98 vs est. $1.71 on revs $1.235B vs est. $1.16B; guides 3Q adj EPS $1.62-1.72 vs est. $1.65, raises FY adj EPS guide to $7.25-7.45 vs est. $7.05, sees FY revs $4.76-4.8B vs est. $4.675B Globe Life ($GL) 2Q EPS $1.92 vs est. $1.82; guides FY EPS $7.34-7.54 vs est. $7.29; says for FY at mid-point of guidance, estimate covid life claims between $53-55Mm Moelis ($MC) Q2 adj EPS $1.19 vs. est. $0.80; Q2 revs $360.9M vs. est. $273.8M; raises quarterly dividend by 9% to $0.60 and approves $100M share buyback OneMain Financial ($OMF) 2Q adj EPS $2.66 vs est. $2.19, NII $708Mm vs est. $769.1Mm; C&I managed receivables $18.3B, net charge-off ratio 4.41%, repurchased $35Mm in 2Q SEI Investments ($SEIC) 2Q EPS $0.93 vs est. $0.92 on revs $475.7Mm vs est. $464.7Mm SL Green Realty ($SLG) 2Q FFO/shr $1.60 vs est. $1.62, qtrly consolidated revs $218.1Mm vs est. $189.6Mm, op income $88.7Mm; same-store cash NOI including share of same-store NOI from unconsolidated JVs -3.7% yr/yr SLM Corp. ($SLM) Q2 core EPS $0.45 vs. est. $0.35; raises FY21 GAAP EPS view to $3.15-$3.25 from $2.95-$3.15; affirms FY21 private education loan origination y/y growth view of 6%-7% and lowers portfolio net charge-off view to $215M-$225M from $260M-$280M Texas Capital ($TCBI) 2Q EPS $1.31 vs est. $1.21; net interest income was $197.0 mln for q2 of 2021, compared to $200.1 mln for q1 of 2021 Triumph Bancorp. ($TBK) 2Q adj EPS $1.17 vs est. $1.02, NII $90.3Mm vs est. $89.2Mm, net int margin 6.47% Umpqua Holdings ($UMPQ) Q2 EPS $0.53 vs. est. $0.44; Q2 loan loss provision ($23M) vs. $87.08M a year ago; Q2 net charge-offs ($13.6M) vs. ($16.16M) a year ago; tangible book value per share was $12.49 at quarter end from $12.10 at previous quarter end; board approves to repurchase up to $400M of stock Ryan Specialty Group ($RYAN) 57M share IPO priced at $23.50 Travelers ($TRV) downgraded to Underperform from Buy at Bank America Healthcare Pfizer Inc. ($PFE) said the FDA has notified the company that it will not meet the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) goal dates for the New Drug Application for abrocitinib for the treatment of adults and adolescents with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis and the supplemental New Drug Application for XELJANZ/XELJANZ XR (tofacitinib) for the treatment of adults with active ankylosing spondylitis ICON Plc ($ICLR) Q2 adj EPS $2.12 vs. est. $2.09; Q2 revs $871.2M vs. est. $855.9M; sees FY21 EPS $9.10-$9.50 vs. est. $8.71; Record net business wins in the quarter of $1,106 million, an increase of 21.6% year on year; a net book to bill of 1.27; record closing backlog of $10.2 billion, an increase of 12.7% year on year Tenet Healthcare ($THC) Q2 EPS $1.59 vs. est. $1.07; Q2 revs $4.95B vs. est. $4.79B; Q2 Same-facility system-wide ambulatory surgical cases were up 68.2% from last year; year adj EBITDA Outlook range now $3.15B-$3.25B, up from prior view of $3.0B-$3.2B, which excludes the projected gain on the sale of the Miami-area hospitals; year adjusted diluted EPS $5.23-$5.73 up from $4.12-$5.46 prior – shares fell as Q3 guidance falls below consensus Absci ($ABSI)5M share IPO priced at $16.00 Natera ($NTRA)5M share Secondary priced at $113.00 Danaher ($DHR) Q2 adj EPS $2.46 vs. est. $2.05; Q2 revs $7.22B vs. est. $6.72B; for q3 2021, anticipates that non-GAAP core revenue growth will be in mid- to high-teens percent range; for full year 2021, now anticipates that non-GAAP core revenue growth rate including Cytiva will be about 20% Industrials & Materials CSX Corp. ($CSX) Q2 EPS $0.52 vs. est. $0.37; Q2 revs $2.99B vs. est. $2.93B; Q2 2021 operating ratio was 43.4% compared to 63.3% in prior year period; maintains full year revenue outlook and still sees year cap-ex $1.7B-$1.8B; Q2 expenses fall by 9% year-over-year to $1.30B Graco ($GGG) Q2 EPS $0.63 vs. est. $0.60; Q2 revs $507.2M vs. est. $475.94M; says initiating an outlook for full-year 2021 of mid-to-high teen sales growth on an organic, constant currency basis Dow Inc. ($DOW) Q2 EPS $2.72 vs. est. $2.30; Q2 revs $13.89B vs. est. $13.02B; qtrly packaging & specialty plastics segment net sales were $7.1 bln, up 78% versus year-ago period; industrial intermediates & infrastructure segment net sales were $4.2 bln, up 74% versus year-ago period; qtrly performance materials & coatings segment net sales were $2.5 bln, up 33% over year-ago BHP ($BHP) announced the signing of a nickel supply agreement with Tesla ($TSLA). Kaiser Aluminum ($KALU) Q2 adj EPS $1.00 vs. est. $1.44; Q2 revs $741M vs. est. $519.18M; qtrly shipments 337 mln lbs vs 119 mln lbs; said automotive business is temporarily dampened as ongoing shortages of semiconductor chips affects N. American light vehicle production Landstar ($LSTR) Q2 EPS $2.40 vs. est. $2.32; Q2 revs $1.57B vs. est. $1.46B; actual revenue per load on loads hauled via truck in 2021 q2 compared to 2021 q1 increased 7.5%; sees Q3 EPS $2.20-$2.30 and revs $1.55B-$1.6B UFP Industries ($UFPI) 2Q EPS $2.78 vs est. $1.81 on sales $2.7B vs est. $2.26B, expects all segments to benefit from more stable pricing in 2022 Valmont Industries ($VMI) Q2 adj EPS $3.06 vs. est. $2.50; Q2 revs $894.6M vs. est. $814.85M; sees FY21 adj EPS $10.40-$11.10 above consensus $9.89 and raises FY21 revenue growth view to 16%-19% from 9%-14%; expect meaningful sequential margin improvement in second half of 2021 as pricing becomes more aligned with steel cost inflation XL Fleet Corp ($XL) announced a battery and power electronics development and supply agreement and an investment in eNow, Inc., a provider of solar and battery power systems that enable fully-electric Transport Refrigeration Units for Class 8 commercial trailers

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@xX_Drip_Gawd_Xx #StockTraders.NET
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Wow +40k open int exp today. That's just MMs selling them to Trey Trades Apes. Those calls are absolutely worthless IMO.

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@xX_Drip_Gawd_Xx #StockTraders.NET
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Damn... 50k Open int $40 calls for 1/22/2022... Insane > @Trollypolly said: all the way to 2023 ITM where the majority are lol

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@PradeepB #droscrew
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$AMC : there is 250K of Open int at 40 so it can cause massive squeeze if there is a push above 40

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@PradeepB #Trades by the Bell LLC
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there is 250K of Open int at 40 so it can cause massive squeeze if there is a push above 40

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@FiatMoneyEater #robertrother
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Ich habe ne Kauforder bei 0,11 schon lÀnger plaziert. Ich muss nur schnell reagieren wenn Sie angenommen die SEC Anklage gewinnen. XRP wird warscheinlich der Standart für Int. Überweiungen werden wenn nicht ein Àhnlicher Coin diesen Markt inzwischen übernehmen kann

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@proj8 #StockTraders.NET
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short watch $NKLA high short int be careful

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@50MA #FOREX
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the fed int rate stayed the same as forecasted..so why all the swings?????

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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time will tell...but if 13.5s is reclaimed then possible...i participated int he morning but all out now...just waiting for some clear direction before deciding to join > @brAli said: @soheil.n i wish it rip but i dont think so

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@Valckrie #StockTraders.NET
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do you guys have EYES locates? tz int doesnt seem to have any

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@ivxxzh #StockTraders.NET
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I'm a elliott wave trader (just heads up because I just joined) im looking to short this correction down for a wave 2. From experience on INTEL, the correctice wave 2 are either very short or very deep, from what price has done now, imo odds are on the deeper side. Im trading the C wave down (5 waves). B wave is soon done at 61.8% retracement. Looking forward to opening week. cheers!

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@Valckrie #StockTraders.NET
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tz int has no locates for amc today...

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@Valckrie #StockTraders.NET
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the only complaint i hve is that tz int did not let me borrow GME shares ! i was forced to play the other ones, but that may not have been a bad thing in the end

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I was in the bathroom!!! NOOOOOOOOOOO > @TraderXx said: $PLUG πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ it was all int the tape

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$PLUG πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘Œ it was all int the tape

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int the tape

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Non ha senso che vegetino agli stessi livelli da due settimane. Avrebbe senso se consolidasero un pΓ² e poi continuerebbero a salire. Il problema Γ¨ che se non ci sono abbastanza venditori e solo compratori, il mercato non Γ¨ piΓΉ un mercato, ma una barzelletta ;-) > @maicolmaicol said: che i valori degli indici siano totalmente disallineati dalla realtΓ  Γ¨ evidente, ma ora motivi per cui i mercati possano scendere onestamente non vedo. dolo una ritirata delle banche centrali (decisamente improbabile, almeno per i prossimi 2 anni) o qualche int

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che i valori degli indici siano totalmente disallineati dalla realtΓ  Γ¨ evidente, ma ora motivi per cui i mercati possano scendere onestamente non vedo. dolo una ritirata delle banche centrali (decisamente improbabile, almeno per i prossimi 2 anni) o qualche int

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that offering is int even that big, and that is why it could trap

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Musk ignores this at his peril. They used to own Nowegian car market now they are 6th....reason they may have the best tecnology but workers in SFrancisco are bolting them together in a very poor way...great tech, shit cars https://www.reuters.com/article/autos-reliability-tesla-int/model-y-drags-down-teslas-ranking-in-annual-reliability-survey-by-consumer-reports-idUSKBN27Z26G

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lo sanno anke loro che un allentamento al taglio alla produzione rischierebbero di far scivolare il prezzo del petrolio troppo in basso...sperando in una ripresa piu' o meno rapida possono fare in modo di smaltire tutte le scorte che hanno > @Cozzamara said: Pubblicato poco fa da Reuters πŸ™„https://www.reuters.com/article/global-oil-opec-exclusive-int-idUSKBN27X0WN

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Pubblicato poco fa da Reuters πŸ™„https://www.reuters.com/article/global-oil-opec-exclusive-int-idUSKBN27X0WN

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https://www.reuters.com/article/turkey-cenbank-governor-int/turkeys-erdogan-ousts-central-bank-governor-as-lira-slides-idUSKBN27N025

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but what was the risk free int rate at those previous peaks, way above present levels i expect

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@hidalgjo the $SPY 355 call Nov 20 has now 63k Open int and 23,8 K Volume

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yeah but noise int he meantime

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@jcarlgohn $ZM is just $2 away from what you stated int he morning...i like this algo of yours :)

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