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Cheap Option Trade: JETS - short 20 put in the May weekly expiration with 37 DTE is a bullish strategy that has an 88% prob of making 50% of its max potential profit before expiry, and that generates $1.08 of positive daily theta. What is the best stragtegy to use (bullish) wise... Sell PUT / Sell Call????????
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JETS up an over 22
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President Bukele hits out at Bitcoin Bond 'FUD' as CZ jets in to El Salvador https://cointelegraph.com/news/president-bukele-hits-out-at-bitcoin-bond-fud-as-cz-jets-in
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*N.Y. JETS OWNER WOODY JOHNSON PREPARING BID FOR CHELSEA: ESPN
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THING IS rUSSIA ECONOMY IS BASICALLY BEING TAKEN APART...meanwhile 14 wide body jets landing full of western equipment to fuck up his tanks each day
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Ostap Yarysh@OstapYarysh·6m‼️Antony Blinken: The U.S. has given the “green light” to NATO countries if they choose to provide fighter jets to #Ukraine️.
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ON WEDNESDAY, FOUR RUSSIAN FIGHTER JETS VIOLATED SWEDISH AIRSPACE - SWEDISH ARMED FORCES.
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U.S. F-15 fighter jets arrive in Warsaw, Poland. Here we go.
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> *U.S. BACKS $14 BILLION SALE OF BOEING F-15 JETS TO INDONESIA
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By Elizabeth Howcroft LONDON (Reuters) - European stocks picked up on Tuesday but Wall Street futures were down amid nervousness about tensions between Russia and the West and the prospect of the U.S. Federal Reserve tightening monetary policy soon. Those two factors combined have put world stocks on course for their biggest monthly drop since the pandemic hit markets in March 2020. A build-up of Russian troops on Ukraine's border has triggered fears in the West that Russia will invade. NATO said on Monday it was putting forces on standby and reinforcing eastern Europe with more ships and fighter jets. The Federal Reserve begins its two-day meeting on Tuesday. It is expected to give guidance about the trajectory of monetary policy tightening, with investors expecting the first post-pandemic U.S. rate hike in March. Tightening monetary policy typically hurts riskier assets, such as equities, and makes government bonds more attractive to investors. Asian stock indexes extended Wall Street's losses, but European markets opened higher after falling sharply on Monday. Europe's STOXX 600 was up 0.7% at 1317 GMT, showing some signs of recovery after it dropped to its lowest since October on Monday. London's FTSE 100 was up 1%. But the MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 50 countries, was down 0.2%. S&P 500 futures were down 1.6% while Nasdaq futures tumbled 2.2%. World stocks have fallen 6.5% this month, the most since the 13.8% monthly drop when the COVID-19 pandemic hit markets in February 2020. "What we have seen is a combination of the rising geopolitical risk ... in combination with the market downside risk triggered by the more hawkish Fed," said Eddie Cheng, head of international multi-asset investment at Allspring Global Investments. Cheng said the geopolitical risk surrounding Ukraine would last much longer, whereas investors were likely to get more certainty from the Fed at this week's meeting. The world equity index has fallen below its 200-day moving average. The last time this happened, stocks had a 30% drop and bounce. But Allspring's Cheng said there was unlikely to be such a drop this time, in the absence of a driver as big as the start of the pandemic. "We don't expect that equities are going to go all the way down just because of one geopolitical risk," he said. The sell-off in equities had limited impact on rates markets, with investors pricing in about 100 bps of rate hikes for the Federal Reserve and Bank of England this year. Although investors do not expect a rate hike at this week's Fed meeting, the market is pricing in a 5.4% chance of this happening, according to Refinitiv data on Eikon. The U.S. 10-year yield was at 1.776%, a touch higher on the day. Germany's benchmark 10-year yield was up 2 bps at -0.083%, with bonds supported by the risk-averse tone. The U.S. dollar index was up 0.3% at 96.232, while euro-dollar slipped. Oil prices recovered some of the previous day's losses, as the geopolitical tensions fuelled supply fears. Cryptocurrencies slipped further. Bitcoin was trading around $36,564. On Monday it hit a six-month low of $32,950.72, having halved since its latest all-time high of $69,000 hit in November.
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By Selena Li HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian shares and U.S. futures fell sharply on Tuesday, with investors nervous about the potential for military conflict in Ukraine and ahead of a key Federal Reserve meeting that could offer hints about the timing and pace of rate hikes. Benchmarks slid, with most extending losses in afternoon trade. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan shed 1.43% to its lowest in a month. The Nikkei closed down 1.66%, having earlier touched its lowest level since December 2020. After a tumultuous session on Wall Street which saw a late rally and a higher close, U.S. share futures fell. Nasdaq futures were off 1.3% and S&P500 e-minis lost 0.95%%. But in Europe, it looked like selling pressure would ease with pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures 1.16% higher and FTSE futures up 0.76%. That follows a 3.8% fall for the Euro STOXX 600 on Monday, its worst day in 18 months. Tai Hui, Asia chief market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, said investors were facing a dilemma. They are anxious about the outlook of monetary policy in the context of some growth stocks getting more expensive, while the growth outlook for 2022 is still decent and there are few assets that offer the same long-term return prospects like equities, he said. "Geopolitical uncertainties in Europe this week and potential impact on energy prices further muddled the outlook," Hui added. NATO said on Monday it was putting forces on standby and reinforcing eastern Europe with more ships and fighter jets, in what Russia denounced as Western "hysteria" in response to its build-up of troops on the Ukraine border. Elsewhere in Asia, Korea's KOSPI dropped 2.34% while Hong Kong shares pared early losses but were still down 1.5%. The Australian benchmark tumbled 2.68% to close at an eight-month low, hurt also by a high inflation reading Tuesday morning that stoked fears of approaching rate hikes. Keeping traders on their toes, the Federal Reserve will begin its two-day meeting later on Tuesday, with some investors starting to speculate about a surprise rate hike announcement though that is still seen as a small possibility. "The big question mark is about the pace of the Fed hiking cycle - as the central bank seeks to tame the increase in inflation – and the impact on equity markets," Prashant Bhayani, chief investment officer for Asia at BNP Paribas (OTC:BNPQY) Wealth Management, said in a note to clients. Fed tightening is putting pressure on some central banks in Asia to follow suit, potentially hurting their equity markets as happened in 2013 when the U.S. central bank began tapering its post financial crisis stimulus. Singapore's central bank tightened monetary policy on Tuesday in an out-of-cycle move. "The good news is that, by and large, current account balances in Asia are healthier compared to the taper tantrum in 2013," Bhayani added. U.S. benchmark Treasuries were sitting out some of the rate hike speculation. Yields on benchmark 10 year notes slightly edged down slightly to 1.7618% having finished a choppy day of trading Monday near where they started. [US/] In currency markets, the jitters sent the dollar higher against most peers. The dollar index was at 96.010, hovering near a two-week high, and the risk-friendly Aussie dollar gained briefly after the high inflation data. (FRX) China's yuan hovered at a more than 3-1/2-year high against the dollar, while its value against major trading partners jumped to strongest level since late 2015. Oil prices were also elevated, further worrying stock investors. U.S. crude rose 0.4% to $83.63 per barrel and Brent crude was at $86.75, up 0.55%. [O/R] Gold held on to recent gains as investors sought safety. The spot price was at $1,842 an ounce, flat on the day but near last week's two-month high of $1,847.7. [GOL/]
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nice pump in UBER JETS
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dip is like losing a game, downtrend is like being the JETS
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**@elerianm:** "Carnage"! A really painful reality for us long-suffering (yet loyal) fans of the #Jets. We just didn't expect this particular back page of the @nypost to be featured on @BloombergTV."Thank you" (!!) @FerroTV.@nyjets https://t.co/bbEOVUNlh6 https://twitter.com/elerianm/status/1467834071501975552
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**@Stephanie_Link:** Um...can we call Ammendola back and say do-over? #JETS https://twitter.com/Stephanie_Link/status/1467568291615019010
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**@charliebilello:** % Below 52-Week High...Bonds $AGG: -1%Large Caps $SPY: -4%Nasdaq 100 $QQQ: -6%Europe $VGK: -8%Gold $GLD: -9%Commodities $DBC: -11%Small Caps $IWM: -11%Emerging Markets $EEM: -16%Bitcoin $BTC: -19%Airlines $JETS: -29%China $MCHI: -33%SPACs $SPAK: -37%ARKK $ARKK: -41% https://twitter.com/charliebilello/status/1466833418738667524
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UK Market Friday finished in the red, led by losses in travel sector stocks, on concerns over the new Covid variant found in South Africa. IQE declined 9.0%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to 50.0p from 60.0p. HSBC Holdings dropped 6.7%. The company announced that it has appointed Deutsche Bank South Africa country head, Muneer Ismail, to run its operations in the country. Diageo eased 3.9%, after the beverage company announced that it has initiated the next tranche of its return of capital program. Checkit slid 2.1%. The software company announced its plans to raise £21 million through a placing to accelerate its strategy and strengthen its product offering. Aquis Exchange shed 1.5%, after the exchange services group announced the appointment of Glenn Collinson to succeed chair, Niki Beattie, on 1 January 2022. The FTSE 100 declined 3.6%, to close at 7,044.0, while the FTSE 250 fell 3.2%, to end at 22,537.9 . European Market European was also sharply lower on Friday, as the new coronavirus variant raised concerns that the pandemic could continue to affect the global economy. Infineon Technologies dropped 4.2%, after the semiconductor company announced that it has hired Jochen Hanebeck as its new Chief Executive Officer, with effect from 1 April. On the other hand, Novacyt surged 28.7%, after the government approved a Covid-19 test developed by the company and on improved annual revenue guidance. Sartorius Stedim Biotech climbed 7.2%, following news that the group would expand its capacities for production, innovation, and storage at its French facilities in Aubagne, Cergy and Lourdes to meet the strong demand of the biopharmaceutical industry. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 3.7%, to settle at 1,796.1. The German DAX Xetra plunged 4.2%, to settle at 15,257.0, while the French CAC-40 plummeted 4.8%, to close at 6,739.7. . US Market continued the flow lower on Friday, on fears over spread of the new coronavirus variant. Boeing declined 5.4%, after reports revealed that its bid to sell fighter jets to Canada did not meet the government’s requirements. Micron Technology dropped 3.2%, after the company and United Microelectronics withdrew intellectual property complaints against each other. Tesla fell 3.1%, on reports that the company would invest $188 million to expand production capacity at its Shanghai factory. Microsoft shed 2.4%, after the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Satya Nadella, revealed the sale of 839,000 shares in an SEC filing, leaving him with ownership of 831,000 shares following that transaction. On the flipside, Merck dropped 3.8%, after the drugmaker’s experimental Covid-19 pill, molnupiravir, showed a lower efficacy rate in the updated data. The S&P 500 slipped 2.3%, to settle at 4,594.6. The DJIA fell 2.5%, to settle at 34,899.3, while the NASDAQ shed 2.2%, to close at 15,491.7. . Asian Market Asia open up trading lower this morning, amid concerns about newly discovered omicron Covid variant. In Japan, Showa Denko and Ricoh have dropped 4.5% and 4.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, NEC and SCREEN Holdings have risen 1.0% and 1.3%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Shenzhou International Group Holdings and China Merchants Bank have fallen 1.4% and 1.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, Tencent Holdings and Budweiser Brewing Co. APAC have added 1.0% and 1.2%, respectively. In South Korea, T'way Air and Sewon E&C have declined 6.9% and 7.1%, respectively. Meanwhile, Kumho and SK Telecom have climbed 7.1% and 8.6%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.6% lower at 28,577.4. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.5% down at 23,956.4, while the Kospi index is trading 0.5% lower at 2,921.5.
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`CEOs` **@charliebilello:** Wall Street WeekVolatility Index $VIX: +60%Long-term Treasuries $TLT: +1.5%Yen $FXY: +0.8%HY Bonds $HYG: -1.3%S&P $SPY: -2.1%Nasdaq 100 $QQQ: -3.2%Gold $GLD: -3.3%Europe $VGK: -4.2%EM $EEM: -4.3%ARK $ARKK: -5.4%Bitcoin $BTC: -6.1%Airlines $JETS: -7%Oil $WTIC: -10.3% https://twitter.com/charliebilello/status/1464965579861901319
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UK Market Closing higher yesterday. Cineworld Group climbed 6.6%, after the cinema chain reported an improvement in its box office revenue in October. Ascential advanced 4.2%, after the company announced that it has acquired WhyteSpyder, an e-commerce software and digital merchandising business, for an undisclosed sum. Serco Group added 2.5%, as the company raised its annual profit outlook, following stronger than expected trading in Australia and the UK. Royal Dutch Shell rose 2.1%, after the oil giant announced that it would abandon its dual share structure and move its tax residence to the UK from the Netherlands. On the other hand, Kainos Group dropped 9.3%, even though the company reported an increase in its revenue in the first half of the year. The FTSE 100 gained 0.1%, to close at 7,351.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.3%, to end at 23,621.6. . Europe Market Finished higher yesterday, amid ongoing optimism about earnings and growth. Airbus rose 1.7%, after the airline operator secured a huge order for 255 narrow body jets at the Dubai Airshow. On the flipside, Koninklijke Philips declined 10.6%, after the company announced that it was in talks with the US regulators following a new inspection of one of its facilities. Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria fell 4.3%, after the lender announced that it would acquire the remaining stake in Turkish lender, Garanti, in a bid worth €2.25 billion. Nordex shed 0.5%. The wind turbines manufacturer announced that its nine-month consolidated net loss narrowed. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.3%, to close at 1,889.7. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 rose 0.3%, to close at 16,148.6, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.5%, to settle at 7,128.6. . US Market Closed lower yesterday, as rising US Treasury yields resulted in losses in technology sector stocks. Oatly Group plunged 20.8%, after the company reported lower than expected revenue in the third quarter. Evgo declined 14.3%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Outperform’. Petco Health & Wellness fell 0.4%, following a rating downgrade on the stock to ‘Hold’ from ‘Buy’. On the other hand, Tyson Foods added 3.6%, after the beef and poultry producer reported better than expected revenue and earnings in the fourth quarter. Restaurant Brands International rose 2.1%, after the company announced that it has agreed to acquire Firehouse Subs, a sub sandwich chain founded in Jacksonville, Fla for a cash consideration of $1.0 billion. The S&P 500 marginally slipped to settle at 4,682.8. The DJIA slightly fell to settle at 36,087.5, while the NASDAQ marginally dropped to close at 15,853.9. . Asia Market We’re trading mostly higher this morning. In Japan, Toyota Motor and JTEKT have advanced 2.0% and 2.7%, respectively. Meanwhile, Kubota and Recruit Holdings have dropped 2.9% and 3.7%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Tencent Holdings and Galaxy Entertainment Group have risen 2.6% and 5.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, China Mobile and Xinyi Glass Holdings have fallen 0.4% and 4.8%, respectively. In South Korea, Kukdong and e-Starco have declined 6.2% and 6.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Zinus and NPC have climbed 8.6% and 19.0%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.1% higher at 29,814.3. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.1% up at 25,658.0, while the Kospi index is trading 0.1% lower at 2,996.7
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Evergrande Makes Another Last Minute Interest Payment After Selling Private Jets, Pledging Chairman's Mansions
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*DJ Boeing Delivered 27 Jets in October *Boeing Delivered 18 MAX Jets in October *Boeing Secured 10 Jet Orders in October *Customers Cancelled Three Boeing Jet Orders in October *Boeing Cancellations in October Include Two 787s Boeing Restored 17 Jets to Order Book in October $BA
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I look forward to shopping for cargo jets
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no > @JPwhoisbrown said: lol u a Jets fan, nitto?
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lol u a Jets fan, nitto?
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GM All..i will be away for most of the day. Good luck all!!! IU Watchlist: Main Watches: $CEI nice rally AHs happy to see this - I felt like we'd probably see it fade off since it had a relatively strong close figured mostly covers etc and settle off but everyone suggesting dip was related to 'fake offering' which again it's creating the narrative. 1 billion volume = real market, real action, real liquidity. We may start to see this trade a lot thinner in coming days b/c shares are getting so spread out. What I'd be prepared for? Ideally gap, fade fade fade trap and squeeze out $4.50-4.70s + then slow fade off after a kill candle. Otherwise watch for sideways consolidate flush, watch for them to catch it and if it flushes again and swipes back up in the same candle we may have a nice trap on our hands. This action reminds me a lot of AMC traps pre market where they let shorts in, let them walk it down, let them feel good and then turn on the jets. Draw lines on your chart - even todays lows look left - you'll see it was the support level. $DATS trade w/ CEI - they are 100% unrelated but just many of the same share holders. When one has panic so does the other. Sick job today on this one. Failed Follow Through: $MMAT looking for a set up like today - higher better possible quiet lean - pick your spots pick your risk and don't fight trend. $EDIT nice one today I'd love to see $44 + and then fade off $MRIN morning shove and fails is ideal. Continuation: $FAMI 2 days ago this had a HUGE move 5AM + then faded off then obviously today either we are going to open and be .40-.50 or open .35s range IMO and not do much either way I won't be looking to over stay on this trash but did buy that flush I noted today. $LICY so far working well but I keep selling too much and downsizing swings trying to keep things in check w/o too much whipsaw -- so this one unfortunately not many left. $GOGO watching for 945-10AM + trend join $BBIG put on a starter today going to watch dips next week for a move into Oct 14-15th will start to position if dips stay firm over the next few days - not looking to add add add and make a bag just starting in and looking for support to confirm - ideally $5.80-6 range bases for starting in. $DOGZ still swinging - see if it picks up vol to add.
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SWEEP DETECTED: >>3432 JETS Oct21 29th 26.0 Calls trade $0.46 (CboeTheo=0.45) ASKSIDE [MULTI] IV=30.8% +1.1 OPENING Vol=19k, OI=123
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and they had jets, dolphins and Bill....with BRady
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@DarkPoolAlgo #Dark Pool Charts
Monday, August 30, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 22.00 0.06% 35,425 S&P 500 4.25 0.11% 4,510 Nasdaq 26.50 0.17% 15,452 Stock futures in the U.S. are looking higher, extending last week gains following Friday’s dovish address from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, where he laid out the case for the slowing of the Fed’s $120 billion in monthly bond purchases, but offered no firm time table. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index jumped 148 points to 27,789, the Shanghai Index inched higher about 6 points to 3,538 and the Hang Seng Index rose 131 points to 25,539. In Europe, the German DAX rises 35 points to 15,885, while the FTSE 100 is up about 20 points to 7,150. Shares of U.S. insurance companies, energy firms, utilities and refiners may be active when trading starts Monday after Hurricane Ida slammed ashore, hitting the Louisiana coast with winds more powerful than Hurricane Katrina. Stocks closed out last week at new all-time highs, as the S&P 500 climbed 0.9%, settling above 4,500 for the first time, while the Nasdaq Composite advances 1.2% to a new record. For the week, the S&P 500 rose 1.5%, the Dow rose about 1% and the Nasdaq rose 2.8% and the Russell 2000 index jumped 5.1%. Major averages enjoyed gains all week as Fed Chairman Jerome Powell kept rate hikes far over the horizon at the virtual Jackson Hole speech. Treasury yields slumped after Powell raised the possibility of tapering asset purchases this year but set no timetable and also said there was substantial work to do before any rate moves. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 39.37 points, or 0.88%, to 4,509.37 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 242.70 points, or 0.69%, to 35,455.80 The Nasdaq Composite surged 183.70 points, or 1.23%, to 15,129.50 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 63.17 points, or 2.85% to 2,277.15 Events Calendar for Today 10:00 AM ET Pending Home Sales MoM for July 10:00 AM ET Dallas Fed Manufacturing for August Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $CLDR, $CTLT Earnings After the Close: $NDSN, $SOL, $ZM Other Key Events: Citigroup Asia Tech, Media & telecom Virtual Conference, 8/27-8/31 Piper Sandler 2021 Texas Bank Forum (virtual), 8/30-9/1 Piper Houston E&P Bus Tour, 8/30-8/31 China NBS Non-Manufacturing for August Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.35 68.39 Brent -0.10 72.60 Gold -1.25 1,816.35 EUR/USD 0.0006 1.18.01 JPY/USD -0.01 109.83 10-Year Note -0.005 1.307% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Li Auto ($LI) posts Q2 revs of 5.04 bln yuan ($779.20M), vs. est. 4.41 bln yuan; Q2 vehicle sales were 4.90 bln yuan during Q2 with deliveries of Li ONE SUVs rising 166% YoY; sees Q3 deliveries of vehicles to be between 25,000 and 26,000, or an increase of 188.7%-200.2% YoY Lululemon Athletica’s ($LULU) mentioned positively in Barron’s noting the stock hasn’t gone very far since its six-month stay as a stay-at-home darling in the immediate aftermath of the pandemic bear market. Its second-quarter earnings might just be the catalyst it needs to get moving again. Energy, Industrials and Materials More than 90% of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico shut down this weekend as Hurricane Ida plowed toward the Louisiana coast, threatening an area that is home to 17% of U.S. oil production, 5% of natural gas output and 15% of U.S. refining capacity. Exxon Mobil ($XOM) reportedly has cut production at its Baton Rouge refinery to 50% of its 520K bbl/day capacity Berry Global ($BERY) a positive mention in Barron’s saying the company makes plastic containers, but writing off Berry for plastics overlooks changing practices in the industry and ignores one of the sturdiest of materials stocks. Berry could narrow the gap between its 10 times 12-month forward earnings and Sealed Air’s ($SEE) and Amcor’s ($AMCR) 15 times, which would imply a 50% gain on multiple expansion alone, the author notes Astra Space Inc ($ASTR) shares fall over -20% after the test launch of its rocket LV0006 was ended prematurely about 2-and-a-half minutes after liftoff; said one of LV0006’s engines shut down less than a second after liftoff United Airlines Holdings Inc. ($UAL) jets like the one that lost an engine cover over Colorado in February aren’t expected to fly until early next year, as federal regulators weigh additional safeguards, people briefed on the matter said. United had hoped to resume flying the wide-body jets this summer. Dow Jones Financials Freshworks Inc. (FRSH) filed for an IPO in the U.S. as the customer relations management software firm looks to compete with larger rivals such as Salesforce.com (CRM). Freshworks wrote in an S-1 filing with the U.S. SEC that it aims to raise $100M Shares of U.S. insurance companies, energy firms, utilities and refiners may be active when trading starts Monday after Hurricane Ida slammed ashore, hitting the Louisiana coast with winds more powerful than Hurricane Katrina Healthcare Baxter International Inc. ($BAX) is in advanced talks to buy medical-equipment maker Hill-Rom Holdings Inc. ($HRC) for around $10 billion, the WSJ reported in a deal that values Hill-Rom at around $150 a share that could be reached by midweek assuming the talks don’t fall apart (talks follow an earlier bid from Baxter worth $144 a share that Hill-Rom rebuffed) https://on.wsj.com/38kIIY9 Catalent Inc. ($CTLT) is expected to announce Monday that it has agreed to buy closely held Bettera Holdings LLC for $1 billion, according to people familiar with the matter, the latest deal involving nutritional supplement companies. https://on.wsj.com/3zs40Pi Moderna ($MRNA) slumped after authorities in Japan suspended the use of a second batch of the drugmaker’s coronavirus vaccine following the discovery of contaminants Vapotherm ($VAPO) said the FDA has given regulatory clearance to the company’s new respiratory-therapy device, HVT 2.0. The device would make it easier for hospitals to give breathing therapy in more areas of the hospital, not just in intensive-care units Technology, Media & Telecom Tesla Inc ($TSLA) Chief Executive Elon Musk has signaled competition concerns over Nvidia Corp’s (NVDA) planned purchase of British chip designer Arm, the Telegraph reported on Saturday, citing multiple sources. Amazon.com Inc and smartphone maker Samsung Electronics Co Ltd have also lodged opposition to the deal with U.S. authorities, the newspaper reported. Barron’s noted China’s most well-known companies are starting to look cheap to some U.S. investors, though the likelihood of volatility means there will be ample opportunity to buy. Alibaba ($BABA), Tencent ($TCEHY) and Yum China ($YUMC) are among the ones to watch HP Inc. ($HPQ) and Dell ($DELL) look attractive and cheap, according to Barron’s. One peculiar outcome of the pandemic has been a newfound appreciation for the personal computer, with the pandemic underlining the need to upgrade to hardware capable of running videoconferencing and other essential software Globalstar ($GSAT) shares may move on a report that Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone 13 will use satellite connectivity so users can make calls and texts in areas without cellular coverage https://bit.ly/3sXY2mN
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BOEING UNVEILS F-15 QATAR ADVANCED JETS
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AWAY JETS XLE, all virus canaries are deep red.
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UK Markets Finished mixed yesterday, as upbeat earnings result overshadowed losses in travel, banking and energy sector stocks. Howden Joinery Group advanced 3.6%, after the company reported stronger than expected revenues in the first half of the year. Dr. Martens added 1.4%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. EMIS Group rose 0.5%, after the healthcare software and systems provider reported upbeat trading update for the first half of the year. On the flip side, Redde Northgate dropped 1.6%, after the commercial vehicle hire business announced that it purchased charging equipment supply and installation specialist, Charged Electric Vehicles (Charged EV). British Land fell 1.6%. The property development and investment company announced that the rent collection and the activities at its retail parks improved to pre-pandemic level, amid ease in lockdown restrictions. The FTSE 100 marginally declined to close at 7,124.7, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.1%, to end at 22,926.8. . European Markets Closed mostly lower yesterday. Gerresheimer declined 8.9%. The German drug delivery devices maker reported a drop in its second quarter earnings. Fraport dropped 2.0%, following the release of traffic figures for the month of June. On the contrary, Nokia climbed 8.0%, after the telecom equipment maker reported upbeat results in the second quarter and stated that it would probably lift its annual guidance. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton rose 0.5%, after the company announced that it would form of a 50/50 joint venture with spirits company, Campari Group, to create a pan-European Wines & Spirits e-commerce business through Tannico. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.1%, to settle at 1,779.3. The German DAX Xetra marginally declined to settle at 15,789.6, while the French CAC-40 slightly fell to close at 6,558.5.. . US Markets Followed Europe lower yesterday, amid surge in the US consumer prices. Conagra Brands declined 5.4%, after the food producer lowered its annual profit forecast for 2022. Boeing dropped 4.2%, as the aerospace giant cut production of its 787 Dreamliners, after a new defect was detected on some of its jets. First Solar fell 1.6%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Buy’. Johnson & Johnson shed 0.1%, after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) added warning labels to the company’s Covid-19 vaccine, following reports of a rare neurological condition known as Guillain-Barre syndrome. On the other hand, PepsiCo rose 2.3%, as the beverage and snacks company issued an upbeat full year outlook, after reporting higher than expected profits in the second quarter. The S&P 500 slipped 0.4%, to settle at 4,369.2. The DJIA fell 0.3%, to settle at 34,888.8, while the NASDAQ shed 0.4%, to close at 14,677.7. . Asian Markets Trading lower this morning, following higher than expected rise in the US consumer prices. In Japan, Nippon Steel and Shiseido have dropped 2.5% and 3.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, DIC and Toppan Printing have advanced 1.9% and 2.8%, respectively. In Hong Kong, CITIC and BYD have fallen 2.3% and 5.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, Haidilao International Technology and CSPC Pharmaceutical Group have risen 2.7% and 3.6%, respectively. In South Korea, Jooyontech and Doosan Infracore have declined 7.1% and 8.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Dl Dongll and NPC have climbed 11.2% and 22.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.2% lower at 28,659.1. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.7% down at 27,776.2, while the Kospi index is trading 0.2% lower at 3,264.7 . Economic News . German CPI rose as expected in June In Germany, the CPI advanced 2.30% on a YoY basis in June, in line with market expectations and compared to a rise of 2.50% in the prior month. . US business optimism index climbed in June In the US, the business optimism index rose to 102.50 in June, compared to a reading of 99.60 in the previous month. . US CPI advanced more than expected in June In the US, the CPI advanced 5.40% on a YoY basis in June, compared to a rise of 5.00% in the prior month. Markets were expectingthe CPI to record an advance of 4.90%. . US budget deficit widened less than expected in June In the US, budget deficit widened to $174.00 billion in June, compared to a deficit of $132.00 billion in the previous month.Markets were expecting a budget deficit of $194.00 billion. . Australia’s consumer confidence index rose in July In Australia, the consumer confidence index advanced 1.50% in July, compared to a drop of 5.20% in the previous month.
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Tuesday, July 6, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -9.00 0.03% 34,668 S&P 500 -2.00 0.05% 4,340 Nasdaq 1.50 0.01% 14,715 U.S. stocks are pulling back off record highs last week, trading flattish after major U.S. averages were closed for the July 4 holiday weekend, following record highs in the wake of the U.S. jobs report. Nonfarm-payrolls for June showed a strong gain of 850K on Friday, but there appeared to be enough concerns to keep the Fed from tapering its bond purchases for the time being. Oil prices hitting fresh multi-year highs after the OPEC+ meeting being postponed means no oil production increase agreement as the UAE position is unchanged and the OPEC+ JMMC co-chairs need more time discuss the UAE’s position. WTI crude futures surge above $76.50 to highest since October 2018. Stocks posted strong gains again last week as the Nasdaq led, posting a weekly gain of 1.9%, followed by the S&P up 1.6% and the Dow trailing, but still up 1%. Rates fell following payrolls, with the 10-year Treasury yield off 5 basis points to 1.43%. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 45 points to 28,643, the Shanghai Index slipped -4 points to 3,530, and the Hang Seng Index dipped -70 points to 28,072. In Europe, the German DAX is down around 50 points to 15,610, while the FTSE 100 dips a few points to 7,160. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 32.40 points, or 0.75%, to 4,352.34 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 152.85 points, or 0.44%, to 34,786.35 The Nasdaq Composite climbed 116.93 points, or 0.81%, to 14,639.30 The Russell 2000 Index declined -23.60 points, or 1.01% to 2,305.76 Events Calendar for Today 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 9:45 AM ET Markit Composite Final June-F… 9:45 AM ET Markit Services PMI June-F… 10:00 AM ET ISM Non-Manufacturing Index for June…est. 63.5 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 1.27 76.43 Brent 0.22 77.38 Gold 15.65 1,807.45 EUR/USD -0.0022 1.1842 JPY/USD -0.21 110.76 10-Year Note -0.01 1.422% World News A measure of euro zone inflation expectations — the five-year, five-year inflation forward rose to 1.606%, its highest since May 19. A survey on Monday showed business activity in the euro zone expanding at the fastest rate in 15 years in June, as the easing of more coronavirus restrictions helped the bloc’s dominant service industry. Eurozone July Investor Index missed:8 vs 30.0 consensus; June Services PMI beat (final) 58.3 vs 58.0 consensus; German June Services PMI beat: 58.1 vs 57.5 consensus Eurozone May Retail Sales: 4.6% m/m vs 4.4% consensus; 9.0% y/y vs 8.2% consensus German July ZEW Economic Sentiment miss: 63.3 vs 75.2 consensus; German July ZEW Current Conditions beat: 21.9 vs 5.0 consensus; German May Industrial Orders missed: -3.7% m/m vs 1.0% consensus 54.3% y/y vs 59.4% consensus Germany eased restrictions on travelers from Britain, Portugal, Russia, India, and Nepal placing them in “high-incidence areas” category. They can avoid quarantine if they can prove that they are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 Sector News Breakdown Consumer Didi ($DIDI) shares plunge over 20%; just days after Didi ($DIDI) raised nearly $5B from investors in its U.S. IPO, China’s Cyberspace Administration has ordered the company’s app removed from app stores, noting serious issues with Didi’s usage of customers’ personal information. Those who already have the app will be able to continue to use the service, but new downloads on phones from the likes of Apple, Huawei, and Xiaomi are nixed from Sunday on. Porsche ($POAHY) is a holding company that consists mainly of its controlling interest in Volkswagen ($VWAGY) and, in turn, is one of the latter’s many divisions, along with VW and Audi and owns superluxury names including Bentley, Lamborghini and Bugatti, Barron’s said. Ferrari ($RACE) has surged ahead of Porsche in the stock market, according to Barron’s but says that could soon change Tyson Foods ($TSN) is recalling ~8.5M lbs. of frozen, fully cooked chicken products as a precaution due to potential listeria contamination, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service says. PlayAGS ($AGS) files to sell 8.21M shares of common stock for holders Energy, Industrials and Materials Crude oil prices advanced a sixth straight week on Friday while the dispute among OPEC+ ministers over plans to further ease production curbs dragged on at the alliance’s full meeting today. Negotiations resumed on Monday after last week ended without a deal, with the United Arab Emirates still blocking a proposal to increase supply. Energy edged lower last week, -0.8%, after leading the S&P sector standings with a 6.6% jump last week. Brent crude oil rises above $77/bbl for the first time since 2018 after OPEC+ fails to reach a production deal, further squeezing an already tight oil market and raising concerns over inflation. With the United Arab Emirates continuing to block an agreement, today’s planned OPEC+ meeting has been called off with no new suggested date for the next gathering, which in effect leaves the group’s current production limits in place Patterson-UTI Energy ($PTEN) agrees to acquire Pioneer Energy Services for ~$295M in cash and stock, which includes the retirement of all of Pioneer’s debt; says it will issue as many as 26.3M common shares and pay $30M of cash. Seaspan Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlas ($ATCO) has received delivery of two high-quality 15,000 TEU scrubber-fitted containerships Ingersoll-Rand ($IR) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman Sachs Virgin Galactic ($SPCE) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS General Dynamics ($GD) mentioned positively in Barron’s saying the stock looks set to rise, noting commercial air travel gets all the attention-but investors should start paying attention to private jets. While commercial air travel is slowly returning to life, May business-jet departures, at 275,000, were just 1% below their October 2019 high of 278,000 Financials NCR ($NCR), which produces cash registers and ATMs, may be one of the best ways to play a post-Covid rebound in the consumer economy, according to Barron’s. Revenue fell in 2020 as customers halted upgrades, but a recovery is already here. CEO Michael Hayford said investors are missing the company’s potential as its stock trades at a discount to peers. American Express ($AXP) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman Sachs and raise tgt to $225 from $185 Principal Financial ($PFG) upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse Santander Consumer ($SC) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at BMO Capital Healthcare The CDC is investigating the death of a 13-year-old boy who died just three days after receiving the second dose of Pfizer’s ($PFE) COVID-19 vaccine, The Detroit News reported over the weekend. His death was reported to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System ($VAERS) Puma Biotechnology ($PBYI) files $50M mixed securities shelf Zosano Pharma ($ZSAN) files $150M mixed securities shelf Technology, Media & Telecom Facebook ($FB), Google ($GOOGL) and Twitter ($TWTR) have privately warned the Hong Kong government that they could stop offering their services in the city if authorities proceed with planned changes to data-protection laws, the WSJ reported this weekend. New amendments from Hong Kong’s Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau would make the co’s liable for doxing, or the malicious sharing of individuals’ information online so that they can be harassed RADA Electronic Industries ($RADA) said it has received $32M worth of new orders in Q2 2021, an increase of 33.3% Q/Q from $24M in Q1 2021, with majority of deliveries expected in H2 2021.
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