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**Open Interest Change In $SE JAN 19th 2024 60.00 Call**-The Open Interest (OI) for this contract is up by +22,322 as of today's session and now stands @ 28528. This is a net Open Interest increase of 78% over the the last trading session's Open Interest data.This is a potentially bullish set up but needs to be checked and qualified.
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Investing.com -- U.S. stocks were rising as bond yields eased back from multiyear highs following a smaller-than-forecast private payrolls report for September. At 09:38 ET (13:38 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 45 points, or 0.1%, while the S&P 500 was up 0.4% and the NASDAQ Composite was up 0.7%. Wednesday's positive news on the labor market was in contrast to a stronger-than-expected report on job openings on Tuesday, which sent Wall Street's three main indexes lower for the day as bond yields surged. Yields typically move inversely to prices. The 30-stock Dow posted its worst day since March and the benchmark S&P touched its lowest mark since June. The biggest daily decrease came in the tech-heavy Nasdaq, which fell by 1.9%. Following the losses, the Dow is now in negative territory this year. However, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq are still up by 10% and 24%, respectively, in 2023, thanks in part to an artificial intelligence-powered surge in tech stocks earlier in the year. U.S. private sector adds fewer-than-expected roles The U.S. private sector added far smaller-than-forecast 89,000 jobs in September, according to a report by payrolls processor ADP on Wednesday, in what was the slowest pace of growth since January 2021, when private employers shed jobs. Economists had expected the private sector to have added 153,000 jobs last month. August's figure was revised up to show job gains of 180,000 from the gain of 177,000 that was initially reported. September's steep decline may indicate that the job market in the world's largest economy is beginning to weaken, a trend that could relieve upward pressure on wages, help cool inflation, and give the Federal Reserve more headroom to back away from further policy tightening. The all-important monthly nonfarm payrolls report at the end of the trading week will likely flesh out the jobs picture. The U.S. economy is expected to have added 163,000 jobs last month, slipping from 187,000 in August. Bond yield spike eases after private payrolls The spike in Treasury yields declined in the wake of the private payrolls figures, as traders yet again recalibrated their interest rate expectations. By 09:35 ET, the benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury yield had edged down by 0.05 percentage points to 4.75%, just under its highest level since mid-2007. The 30-year yield fell by 0.07 percentage points to 4.87%, but remained close to a mark last seen before the financial crisis. The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies, also slipped after it was boosted by the surge in yields to near 11-month highs. Cal-Maine slumps In corporate news, shares in egg producer Cal-Maine Foods (NASDAQ:CALM) fell 8.9% after it reported first-quarter earnings per share of 2 cents versus analysts' estimates for 33 cents. Revenue of $459.3 million missed projections of $473.37 million, primarily due to the decrease in the net average selling price for conventional eggs. Elsewhere, Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) shares jumped 4.3% after Bloomberg News reported that the data analysis group is poised to secure a contract to overhaul the UK's National Health Service, while Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock slipped after analysts at KeyBanc Capital Markets downgraded their rating of the iPhone maker. Oil drops amid U.S. dollar strength Oil prices dipped on Wednesday as the jump in the U.S. dollar threatened to make crude more expensive for buyers using foreign currency, potentially hitting demand. Traders will be monitoring a meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, known as OPEC+, on Wednesday. Saudi Arabia and Russia, two major members of the producer group, decided last month to extend output reductions until the end of the year. (Oliver Gray contributed to this report)
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Open Interest Change in $KVUE DEC 15th 2023 22.50 Call- The Open Interest (OI) for this contract is up by +30,734 as of today's session and now stands @ 57734. This is a net Open Interest increase of 53% over the the last trading session's Open Interest data.This is a potentially bullish set up but needs to be checked and qualified.
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Investing.com -- Oil prices stabilized Monday as investors balanced off concerns about a hit to U.S. economic activity following last week’s Federal Reserve meeting with a tight supply outlook. By 09:10 ET (13.10 GMT), the U.S. crude futures traded 0.1% higher at $90.10 a barrel, while the Brent contract climbed 0.1% to $92.03 - not far from last week’s 10-month high. Crude market steadies after last week’s hit The crude market registered its first losing week in four last week, largely because of pressure from hawkish messaging from the Federal Reserve, as the central bank projected higher-for-longer interest rates, potentially hitting economic activity in the world’s largest energy consumer. This line also boosted the dollar to its highest levels in six months, which makes commodities denominated in the greenback, such as oil, more expensive for foreign buyers. However, the market remains elevated after Russia suspended most fuel exports in a bid to address rising local gasoline prices. This move, although deemed temporary, is still expected to substantially tighten oil markets in the coming weeks, given that Russia and Saudi Arabia also cut production by a combined 1.3 million barrels per day for the remainder of the year. U.S. oil rig count falls again Adding to the expectations of a very tight market towards the end of the year was the latest data from Baker Hughes, showing that the U.S. oil rig count fell by 8 over the last week to 507 - a drop of 114 rigs since the start of the year. “The fall in rig count this year is what has given OPEC+ the confidence to cut output without having to worry too much about losing market share to non-OPEC producers,” said analysts at ING, in a note. Speculative net long positions grow Speculators remain constructive towards the market, with the speculative net long positions in the ICE Brent contract grew by almost 18,000 lots over the last reporting week. “This is the largest net long speculators have held since March, and the increase over the week was predominantly driven by short covering,” ING added. Similarly, speculators increased their net long positions in the Nymex WTI by just over 15,000 lots, to the largest position held since February last year. Inflation, PMI data on tap This week sees important inflation data from Japan, the eurozone and the U.S., while several Fed members, most notably Chair Jerome Powell on Friday, are due to speak, amid growing concerns that rising oil prices could trigger a resurgence in inflation, attracting more hawkish moves by global central banks. Additionally, traders will also focus on China’s purchasing managers’ index data for September, after PMIs for August showed some signs of improvement, particularly in the manufacturing sector.
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Laissez moi être clair : Combien ont encore voulu trader les news ou même prendre position quelques heures avant le FOMC. C’est ce qu’on appelle des imbéciles ! Sévère mais réaliste 😄 Ce soir c’est le parfait exemple avec le compte rendu du FOMC. Tout le monde parle de Fed, du FOMC mais 99% d’entre eux ne savent pas comment prendre en compte ce qui a été dit. Quelle est la pertinence de savoir que c’est un évènement « classé » 3 étoiles et qu’il y a un risque ? Je veux dire…de quel risque vous parlez ? Je suis sûr que vous ne le savez même pas. Et ça vous devez le savoir dès le départ - C'est pourquoi je vous l'ai dit : Connaître le marché, savoir ce que le marché pense, où il a tort, où il a raison.. Ce qui est attendu... Ce qui est une surprise... Bref être une personne intelligente pas un immature qui prend des décisions basés sur des suppositions à deux balles. Ce que la FED veut éviter c'est d'appuyer sur les freins trop tôt... pour que l'inflation revienne... ils veulent s'assurer que le fantôme ne revienne pas. Ça parait logique pourtant non ? Alors selon vous pourquoi les institutionnels se mettent à vendre du dollar depuis près d’un mois ?…🤔 Mais que fait la FED maintenant ? Ils attendent plus de données ! Comme vous !!!!!!!!!!!! Des décisions basées sur des données. Comme dans le trading. Après c’est pas faute de tout expliquer depuis le début. Je sais qu’il y a des nouveaux etc mais ce que je vous partage c’est de la valeur qui vaut cher 😁, enfin cher…je ne sais même pas si cela est quantifiable en réalité car avec autant de connaissances dans un seul et même endroit (le cerveau en l’occurence) vous pouvez accomplir tellement de choses. À l’inverse rejoignez tous ces contenus BS sur le net mais… imaginez expliquer à vos parents sur la base de l’analyse techniques pourquoi ils devraient investir en vous. Quelle blague 😆 Le marché vous apprendra toujours, même si vous pensez que VOUS avez toujours raison, le marché vous remettra à votre place si vous ne le comprenez pas. Le succès à long terme est la clé ! Et oui…la raison de votre échec n’est pas le marché, votre TP, votre SL ou même la volatilité. C’est vous le problème. C’est ce que vous savez, ce que vous comprenez. Est-ce forcément de votre faute ? Bien sûr que non, chacun apprend à sa manière, chacun a ses propres expériences, ses valeurs, objectifs…bref tout un tas de choses. 💥 Aussi, envoyez-moi des problèmes que vous rencontrez en termes de trading, d'état d'esprit, de stratégie, de marchés ou autre. J’y répondrai si le temps me le permet…mais pas de questions stupides svp qui peuvent être répondu par ChatGPT 😆 Je ne suis pas ChatGPT mais je connait bien mieux mon sujet que lui, bref voyez avec qui vous souhaitez vous former ! Il est tard, pas de temps à discuter plus longtemps 💯 A + tard.
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apparently his shark tank investments are net net losers as well
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By David Shepardson and Andrea Shalal SHANGHAI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -China has defended its business practices after U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said American firms had told her it had become "uninvestible," highlighting a trend of global investors turning away from assets in the world's second-largest economy. The commerce secretary is the latest Biden administration official to visit China in a bid to strengthen communications, particularly on economics and defense, amid concern that friction between the two superpowers could spiral out of control. She insists the United States does not want to decouple from China but her comment on the difficulties U.S. businesses face have shone a harsh light on trade and investment flows between the geopolitical rivals. Asked to respond to the comments Raimondo made in China, the spokesperson for the Chinese embassy in Washington, Liu Pengyu said that most of the 70,000 U.S. firms doing business in China wanted to stay, that nearly 90% were profitable, and that Beijing was working to further ease market access for foreign companies. "China is actively advancing its high-level opening-up and making efforts to provide a world-class, market-oriented business environment governed by a sound legal framework," he said. "China will only open its doors even wider to the outside world." The Commerce Department declined to comment. Global investors, who have been spooked by unpredictable crackdowns on sectors from e-commerce to education in recent years, have been streaming out of Chinese assets lately. Foreign net selling of 82.9 billion yuan ($11.4 billion) in Chinese stocks this month is a record outflow. Corporate investment is also going missing, with foreign direct investment at its lowest since records began 25 years ago. Raimondo is in Shanghai on Wednesday for the last day of meetings before returning to the United States. Asked what her message was to U.S. business in China, Raimondo said: "The message is to continue to do what you're doing. We want you here investing, growing." But on Tuesday, she told reporters on a highspeed train from Beijing to Shanghai that U.S. companies had complained to her that China has become "uninvestible," pointing to fines, raids and other actions that have made it risky to do business in the world's second-largest economy. She is pressing China to take actions to improve business conditions. China was no longer seen as a "top three investment priority" by American firms for the first time in the 25-year history of the American Chamber of Commerce in China's annual position paper, it said early this year. 'QUITE COMPLICATED' Raimondo said American firms are facing new challenges, among them "exorbitant fines without any explanation, revisions to the counterespionage law, which are unclear and sending shockwaves through the U.S. community; raids on businesses – a whole new level of challenge and we need that to be addressed." She said there was "no rationale given" for Chinese actions against chipmaker Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU), whose products were restricted by Beijing this year, and rejected any comparisons to U.S. export controls. Raimondo said this week she did not pull any punches in meeting with Chinese officials discussing the concerns of U.S. businesses, including raising the treatment of Micron. Raimondo, in opening remarks at a meeting on Wednesday with Shanghai Party Secretary Chen Jining, struck a positive tone saying she wanted to discuss "concrete ways that we can work together to accomplish business goals and to bring about a more predictable business environment, a predictable regulatory environment and a level playing field for American businesses." Chen said a stable relationship between China and the United States was crucial for the world. He said Shanghai had the highest concentration of U.S. businesses. "The business and trade ties serve the role as stabilizing ballast for bilateral ties. However, the world today is quite complicated. The economic rebound is a bit lackluster. So stable bilateral ties in terms of trade and business is in the interest of two countries" and also the world community. She will visit New York University's Shanghai campus as well as Shanghai Disneyland on Wednesday, a joint venture of Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) and Chinese state-owned Shendi Group and hold a press conference at a Boeing (NYSE:BA) Shanghai facility before departing. Raimondo, who has said China is blocking tens of billions of dollars in deliveries of Boeing airplanes to Chinese airlines, said she raised the airlines' refusal to accept delivery of Boeing 737 MAX airplanes but won no commitments.
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Investing.com -- Stocks were rising on Wednesday as investors await tonight's earnings release from artificial intelligence chip maker Nvidia. At 9:46 ET (13:46 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 76 points or 0.2%, while the S&P 500 was up 0.4% and the NASDAQ Composite was up 0.7%. The blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average and the broad-based S&P 500 gave up some of their recent gains Tuesday, closing 0.5% and 0.3% lower respectively. This followed weakness in a number of retail stocks, including Dick’s Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS), which fell 24% in its worst daily performance ever after slashing its full-year earnings guidance, and Macy’s (NYSE:M), which dropped 14% as net sales fell 8% in the second quarter on an annual basis. Other retailers report today, including department store operator Kohl's (NYSE:KSS), which beat expectations and reaffirmed its full year guidance. Nvidia results could sway market sentiment The earnings highlight, however, is likely to come after the closing bell, as the world’s most valuable chip designer, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), releases its latest quarterly numbers. The California-based company, which manufactures the graphics processors that power generative artificial intelligence, has been at the center of global euphoria around the development of the nascent technology. Its shares have tripled this year, propelling the stock's market capitalization to above $1 trillion, and its outlook for the rest of the year could influence the near-term course of not only the AI boom, but broader market sentiment. U.S. economy shows resilience Recent data, including hotter-than-expected retail sales and increasing consumer confidence, has pointed to resilience in the U.S. economy despite the series of interest rate hikes to combat inflation. This prompted Richmond Fed President Thomas Barkin to warn that the U.S. central bank must be ready to address a reacceleration in the country’s economy ahead of the Fed’s annual symposium at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, starting at the end of the week. The news out of Europe was less impressive Wednesday, after the flash readings of monthly surveys suggested a second month in a row of eurozone, and U.K., business contraction. Crude retreats on European economic woe Oil prices weakened Wednesday as the weak PMI readings in Europe reminded traders that demand will likely be affected in the second half of the year from this large group of consumers. On a more positive note, U.S. crude inventories dropped by about 2.4 million barrels last week, according to data from industry body American Petroleum Institute, with the Energy Information Administration, the statistical arm of the U.S. energy department, set to confirm this draw later Wednesday. WTI was down 2.4% to $77.69 a barrel, while Brent was down 2.4% to $81.98 a barrel. Gold rose 0.6% to $1,940. (Peter Nurse and Oliver Gray contributed to this item.)
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Investing.com -- Oil prices rose Monday, helped by another rate cut from China, the world’s largest crude importer, as well as the prospect of tighter supplies. By 09:30 ET (13:30 GMT), the U.S. crude futures traded 0.8% higher at $81.27 a barrel, while the Brent contract climbed 0.8% to $85.46. PBOC cuts rates again The People’s Bank of China cut its one-year loan prime rate by 10 basis points to 3.45% earlier Monday. While this was less than had been expected, and the five-year rate which is used to determine mortgage costs was left unchanged, this still suggests that Beijing is determined to support the second largest economy in the world as it struggles with a slowing post-COVID economic recovery. The PBOC unexpectedly cut short and medium-term lending rates last week. Supplies continue to tighten Worries over the strength of the Chinese economic recovery contributed to the losses last week when benchmark oil prices snapped a 7-week winning streak last week to post a weekly loss of 2%. That said, prices are still over 5% higher in the last month following the announcement of deep output cuts by Saudi Arabia and Russia, the two largest producers in the OPEC+ grouping. These producers said that recent cuts will extend until at least the end of September -- a scenario that is expected to limit crude supplies by nearly 70 million barrels over 45 days. Adding to this, the latest rig data from Baker Hughes shows that the number of active oil rigs in the U.S. fell by 5 over the week to 520 - the lowest level since March last year. “The U.S. has lost 107 oil rigs since early December and it is not too surprising that this reduced drilling activity means that oil production growth forecasts for later this year and through 2024 are looking relatively modest,” said analysts at ING, in a note. Net long Brent positions rise These expectations of tightening supplies no doubt helped speculators decide to increase their net long positions in the ICE Brent contract by 19,748 lots to 230,735 lots, despite oil prices edging lower over the reporting period. “The move was driven by fresh longs, suggesting that some speculators took advantage of more recent price weakness to enter the market from the long side,” ING added. (Ambar Warrick contributed to this article.)
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Given that this month Investors are net short, then MARKET MAKERS SHOULD BE SHORT, therefore you would expect them to be buying back into Friday, but it all depends on 0DTE I expect
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he position of SPY options at this time last month going into OPEX was net long. As of July 15, 2023, the open interest in SPY puts was 16.5 million contracts, while the open interest in SPY calls was 18.5 million contracts. This means that there were more SPY calls outstanding than SPY puts, which is a bullish signal. There are a few reasons why SPY options may have been net long going into July OPEX. First, the stock market was rallying in July, and investors may have been looking to capitalize on the momentum by buying calls. Second, there was some optimism that the Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates as aggressively as expected, which would be positive for stocks. Third, there were no major geopolitical risks that were weighing on the market at the time. It is important to note that the open interest in SPY options is only one indicator of market sentiment. It is possible that the net long position in SPY options could have reversed before July OPEX. However, the current data suggests that investors were bullish going into the expiration date. Here is a table that compares the position of SPY options at this time last month going into OPEX to the current position: Date Puts Calls Net Position July 15, 2023 16.5M 18.5M Net Long August 15, 2023 19.5M 17.7M Net Short As you can see, the position of SPY options has flipped from net long to net short in the past month. This suggests that investor sentiment has become more bearish in recent weeks. It will be interesting to see if this trend continues in the lead-up to August OPEX.
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Stock Net Change min: +2 max: +10
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(Reuters) -WeWork warned of a possible bankruptcy in a stunning reversal of fortune for the shared workspace provider that four years ago was one of the world's most prized startups with a valuation of $47 billion. The SoftBank-backed company, valued at just $446.8 million as of last close, has been in turmoil ever since it filed its IPO paperwork in 2019 as investors pointed out governance issues involving its then founder-CEO Adam Neumann. The company went public in 2021 through a SPAC merger after abandoning its IPO plans, but the struggles continued as investors doubted its business model while clients moved to hybrid work since the pandemic. WeWork's business model involves taking long-term leases and renting out spaces for a short term. "Fewer and fewer companies from mature large-cap businesses to startups are willing to enter into long-term leases for geographically fixed spaces," Interim CEO David Tolley said in an investor call on Wednesday. The company said on Tuesday it may need to consider strategic options, including raising more money or obtaining relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. In March, WeWork had reached a deal to cut debt by about $1.5 billion and extend the date of some maturities to preserve cash. The company is yet to turn a profit and has been cited as an example of over-inflated valuations commanded by Silicon Valley firms. "WeWork was perhaps the most overhyped startup of recent years," Steve Clayton, head of equity funds, Hargreaves Lansdown, said. The company has shuttered offices and cut jobs in a turnaround attempt but the departure of its CEO and CFO earlier this year complicated the efforts. The search for a new CEO is on, WeWork said on Tuesday. Its stock plunged 21.3% to 16 cents in early trade on Wednesday after it said three board members would step down. Cost cuts, however, helped it report a smaller net loss of $349 million in the second quarter from $577 million a year earlier. But it burnt $646 million in cash in the first six months of 2023 and had $205 million in hand as of June end. WeWork said it was planning to shore up liquidity by cutting rent and tenancy costs, controlling expenses and reducing member churn.
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@Arunas #PRO Traders
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By Jeffrey Dastin and Chavi Mehta (Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc on Thursday reported sales growth and profit that beat Wall Street's expectations as the company delivered goods faster and more cheaply to shoppers while recent cloud-computing headwinds began to subside. Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN)'s shares surged 9% on the news, extending its stock market value more than $120 billion in after-hours trading. Facing an array of challenges, the company has aimed to keep its mantle as the world's biggest cloud provider and online retailer. Amazon recently answered AI front-runners Google and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) with rival services of its own, drawing thousands of customers and touting the breadth of technology it has on offer, similar to what is powering the human-like chatbot ChatGPT. In retail, Amazon has reorganized its fulfillment network and opened warehouses for same-day shipping closer to big metro areas, saving time and costs on delivery. Brian Olsavsky, Amazon's chief financial officer, said on a call with reporters that faster speeds have meant Prime loyalty customers are "shopping more often." For the second quarter, Amazon's revenue grew 11% to $134.4 billion, beating estimates of $131.5 billion from analysts polled by Refinitiv. Amazon's cloud-computing division has been key. In recent months, Amazon Web Services (AWS) saw its sales growth slow as wary businesses scrutinized their cloud bills. Olsavsky said such "cost optimization" continued, but big companies were embracing the cloud anew, a lift to the division this spring and summer. CEO Andy Jassy said in a statement, "Our AWS growth stabilized." The unit beat estimates of around $21.7 billion in second-quarter cloud sales, increasing them 12% to $22.1 billion. Its rivals posted bigger jumps off smaller bases: 28% growth in Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL)'s June-quarter cloud revenue and a 26% quarterly increase for Microsoft's Azure. Arun Sundaram, an equity analyst at CFRA Research, said the results showed Amazon was holding its own, including in so-called generative AI that can create new text, images and other content from past data. "We can put any negative narrative to rest," Sundaram said, adding AI's potential "should benefit all the large tech companies." Jassy told analysts every business inside Amazon has multiple generative-AI initiatives underway, including customer-facing and cost-slimming efforts. He said AWS's spending on the technology represented a "significant" amount of the more than $50 billion in capital investments Amazon projected for 2023. Such investments, offset by lower fulfillment expenditures, are down from $59 billion in 2022. Still, the boost that Amazon's cloud could reap from powering businesses' AI demand has yet to materialize in full. Thomas Monteiro, an analyst at Investing.com said. "In Q3, it is likely that companies will have to start showing results on that front." In e-commerce, consumers have acted with some reserve for months, putting off discretionary purchases and shopping for value. CFO Olsavsky said household budgets remain tight, but headwinds from inflation were easing. Amazon is now expecting a bump from its biggest sales day ever as part of last month's marketing blitz for loyalty shoppers known as Prime Day. Monteiro said consumer sales were looking healthy in and outside Amazon for the back half of 2023. The company forecast current-quarter net sales in the range of $138 billion to $143 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv were expecting revenue of $138.25 billion. Longer-term, Amazon aims to turn one unit, its $35 billion in yearly gross business-to-business e-commerce sales, into $100 billion, Jassy told analysts. Amazon has sought cost cuts all, with 27,000 people affected by layoffs, or what had been 9% of its roughly 300,000-person staff. It recently revealed more reductions at Amazon Fresh stores while searching for months for the right grocery strategy. The company reported a quarterly profit of $6.7 billion, nearly double what analysts expected.
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aapl twice size of AMZN but Amazon up 4 x amount aapl is down. so net positive so far
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During the July – September 2023 quarter, Treasury expects to borrow $1.007 trillion in privately-held net marketable debt, assuming an end-of-September cash balance of $650 billion. The borrowing estimate is $274 billion higher than announced in May 2023, primarily due to the lower beginning-of-quarter cash balance ($148 billion) and higher end-of-quarter cash balance ($50 billion), as well as projections of lower receipts and higher outlays ($83 billion). During the October – December 2023 quarter, Treasury expects to borrow $852 billion in privately-held net marketable debt, assuming an end-of-December cash balance of $750 billion.
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Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to edge higher at the open Friday, continuing the previous session’s positive tone on the prospect of the European Central Bank pausing its cycle of monetary tightening as soon as September. At 02:00 ET (06:00 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.3% higher, CAC 40 futures in France climbed 0.5% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 0.2%. ECB hints at pausing rate hikes European stocks posted healthy gains on Thursday, with the DAX climbing 1.7% and the CAC 40 over 2%, as investors begin to position for the European Central Bank pausing its series of interest rate hikes. The ECB raised interest rates by 25 basis points to a 23-year high on Thursday, as widely expected, but President Christine Lagarde surprised the market by hinting that this tightening run, which currently consists of nine consecutive rate hikes, could soon be coming to an end. "Do we have more ground to cover? At this point in time I wouldn't say so," Lagarde said during the press conference that followed the most recent rate increase, while stressing that the ECB's decisions would depend on incoming data. European inflation data in focus There is plenty of economic data for investors to study Friday, including important inflation numbers from France and Germany, the two largest economies in the eurozone. Data released earlier Friday showed that inflation in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, the country’s most populous state, rose 0.2% on the month in July, an annual rise of 5.8%, below the 6.2% expected. Additionally, French gross domestic product climbed 0.5% in the second quarter, an improvement from the revised 0.1% growth in the previous quarter, and also better than expected. Earnings season continues Turning to the corporate sector, Swiss specialty chemicals maker Clariant (SIX:CLN) impressed with its second-quarter core profit, helped by price hikes in catalysts as well as adsorbents and additives businesses. French concessions and construction group Vinci (EPA:SGEF) reported a jump in its half-year core profit, boosted by recovering traffic at its airports, while Amundi (EPA:AMUN), Europe's biggest fund manager, posted better-than-expected quarterly net inflows. Oil prices slip back from three-month highs Oil prices retreated Friday from recent highs, but remained on course for another positive week after the release of data showing that the U.S. economy grew more than expected in the second quarter, driving down fears of a recession that could potentially dent oil demand this year. The data also came amid increasing signs of tightness in the oil market, as the effects of production cuts by Saudi Arabia and Russia began to be felt. By 02:00 ET, the U.S. crude futures traded 0.3% lower at $79.83 a barrel, while the Brent contract dropped 0.4% to $83.45. Both contracts were set to add between 2.5% and 3.5% this week, their fifth straight positive week, having climbed to three-month highs during the previous session. Additionally, gold futures rose 0.3% to $1,951.55/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.0981.
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I wonder if A.I. ends up destroying more business models than it creates. in the end a net plus but not without a lot of turmoil. $MSFT has been adding loads of AI capability to its AZURE products and it productivity suite,but this is not increasing revenue much
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it is for sure crazy out there > @scottzman said: Wall Street Is Bracing for a Fresh Deluge of Treasury Bills Wrightson ICAP expects supply increases over next two weeks Government has issued over $814 billion on net since June
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Wall Street Is Bracing for a Fresh Deluge of Treasury Bills Wrightson ICAP expects supply increases over next two weeks Government has issued over $814 billion on net since June
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TAIPEI (Reuters) -Shares of Taiwan's TSMC slumped more than 3% on Friday after the world's largest contract chipmaker flagged a 10% drop in 2023 sales and said production due to start next year at its first plant in Arizona would be delayed. On Thursday, TSMC reported a 23.3% fall in second-quarter net profit - its first on-year drop in quarterly profit since the second quarter of 2019 - as global economic woes take a toll on demand for chips used in everything from cars to cellphones. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd's shares closed down 3.28% on Friday, versus a 0.78% loss for the broader index. "TSMC's Q2 2023 earnings sent mixed signals. While the company's declining revenue and profit were disappointing, its long-term growth prospects remain encouraging," Brady Wang, associate director at Counterpoint Research, said. "Despite facing macroeconomic headwinds, TSMC's long-term outlook remains robust, supported by megatrends like 5G and high-performance computing (HPC)." As TSMC steps up its global expansion, the company said production at its first plant in Arizona will be delayed until 2025 due to a shortage of specialist workers. The company's earnings of T$181.8 billion ($5.85 billion) for the quarter ended June still beat forecasts and analysts said the revision for full-year revenues was expected. "The revenue guidance downward revision could be the last cut for TSMC as the inventory correction cycle is likely coming to an end in 4Q23, in our view, and we see TSMC well positioned for a strong growth outlook in 2024," Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said in a research note. "We believe the U.S. expansion delay is also well expected by investors." Other analysts were also upbeat on TSMC, thanks in part to strong demand for artificial intelligence (AI), which currently contributes around 6% of revenue. "We expect a solid 2024 onward outlook on the back of its leading position in AI chip manufacturing," Citi Research analysts said in a note.
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Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open in a mixed fashion, as investors digest more corporate earnings with the tech sector seen particularly fragile following weak cues from Wall Street. At 02:00 ET (06:00 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.1% lower, while CAC 40 futures in France climbed 0.2% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 0.2%. Netflix, Tesla misses weigh on tech sector The quarterly earnings season is starting to ramp up in Europe, with numbers expected from the likes of Swedish-Swiss industrial conglomerate ABB (ST:ABB) and Swedish home appliance manufacturer Electrolux (ST:ELUXb). However, most of the attention is likely to be on the tech sector after streaming giant Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) reported a miss with second-quarter revenue despite the addition of 5.9 million new streaming customers. Additionally, EV manufacturer Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) said its profitability shrank in the second quarter, with CEO Elon Musk signaling he would cut prices again in "turbulent times", as his price war on automaker rivals hits the company's own margins. In Asia earlier Thursday, Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC (NYSE:TSM) posted a 23.3% fall in second-quarter net profit as global economic woes dented demand for chips used in various applications. German producer prices fall German producer prices fell 0.3% on the month in June, suggesting inflationary pressures are lessening in the eurozone’s largest economy. Data released Wednesday confirmed that eurozone inflation rose 5.5% on the year last month, a drop from 6.1% the prior month. The European Central Bank is widely expected to raise its benchmark rate by 25 basis points next week, but what comes after that has been up for debate in the wake of the recent dovish tone taken by the central bank's policymakers. In the U.S., jobless claims and housing sales headline an otherwise sparse data calendar later Thursday. Oil prices slip despite falling U.S. inventories Oil prices steadied Thursday after losses this week on the back of a strengthening dollar, making crude more expensive for foreign buyers, and with U.S. inventories falling less than expected. The Energy Information Administration announced Wednesday that U.S. crude stockpiles fell by 708,000 barrels last week, much lower than expectations for a 2.4 million barrel draw. This suggests fuel demand was struggling in the world’s largest consumer despite the travel-heavy summer season, as it followed a bigger-than-expected build in the inventories the prior week. By 02:00 ET, the U.S. crude futures traded 0.1% lower at $75.27 a barrel, while the Brent contract dropped 0.1% to $79.40. Both contracts are on course for losses of around 2% this week. Additionally, gold futures rose 0.1% to $1,982.95/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.1210.
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NETFLIX Q2 2023 EARNINGS REV. $8.19B, EST. $8.3B EPS $3.29, EST. $2.85 FY OPER MARGIN 18% TO 20%, EST. 19% STREAMING PAID NET CHANGE +5.89M, EST. +2.07M UCAN STREAMING PAID NET CHANGE +1.17M, EST. +89,183 APAC STREAMING PAID NET CHANGE +1.07M, EST. +1.20M FY FCF AT LEAST $5B, SAW AT LEAST $3.5B, EST. $3.86B SEES 3Q EPS $3.52, est. $3.23 SEES 3Q REV. $8.5B, EST. $8.67B TO 2Q SEES 3Q PAID NET ADDS SIMILAR TO 2Q SEES 2023 CASH FLOW FORECAST BY $1.5B DUE TO STRIKES
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NETFLIX Q2 2023 EARNINGS REV. $8.19B, EST. $8.3B EPS $3.29, EST. $2.85 FY OPER MARGIN 18% TO 20%, EST. 19% STREAMING PAID NET CHANGE +5.89M, EST. +2.07M UCAN STREAMING PAID NET CHANGE +1.17M, EST. +89,183 APAC STREAMING PAID NET CHANGE +1.07M, EST. +1.20M FY FCF AT LEAST $5B, SAW AT LEAST $3.5B, EST. $3.86B SEES 3Q EPS $3.52, est. $3.23 SEES 3Q REV. $8.5B, EST. $8.67B TO 2Q SEES 3Q PAID NET ADDS SIMILAR TO 2Q SEES 2023 CASH FLOW FORECAST BY $1.5B DUE TO STRIKES
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**Cela ressemble à une Prophétie auto-réalisatrice n'est-ce pas ?** Lorsque vous avez les connaissances suffisantes, vous êtes en capacité de prendre des trades LOGIQUES. Parfois on reçoit des messages pour copier nos signaux, mais nous ne faisons pas ce genre de bêtises, cela ne sert absolument à rien. Mec gardes tes 500$ et tu nous remercieras de t'avoir dit tout cela. Car sinon tu vas faire quoi ? Tu vas copier notre trade sur **GBPCHF** et te sentir tout puissant ? Mais Eh mec as-tu compris pourquoi on a pris une position courte dessus ? Non, nous OUI. Cela ne te sera pas bénéfique, tu dois être capable de le faire toi même. Certains ont retourné leurs vestes en disant oui "pas de signaux" puis qu'est-ce qu'il font...ils vous permettent de les copier en échange d'un bon CPA. En plus, pas rentable...Xd. Ne faites jamais confiance à tout le monde, apprenez déjà à vous faire confiance sur les marchés. Chacun son business, aucune critique ici ou là, voyez la vie du côté positif très important ! 😄💯 Donc non, nous ne partageons aucun signaux. Les gars vous avez ici beaucoup plus d'informations que ce que vous montre les gurus du net. Remontez le chat, lisez, prenez note...enfin nous ne forçons personne. Les élèves que nous avons savent pourquoi une position courte sur XXXCHF ou XXXUSD a été prise. Ce sont des personnes très intelligentes car le marché, le sentiment, les datas...ils savent tout cela. C'est très important. On reparle plus tard, il se fait tard 👍
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Peu importe la "stratégie" que vous utilisez, l'idée n'est pas de forcer les gens à adhérer à quelque chose. Honnêtement cela ne nous apporte rien et on a autre chose à faire, cependant nous avons notre propre avis dessus comme vous avez le vôtre. Cela est normal. Mais imaginez expliquer à vos parents ou aux investisseurs (qui vous font confiance) pourquoi ils devraient investir en vous. Vous allez dire que vous lisez à travers les bougies ???? Et votre série de victoires chanceuses à court terme ne va pas améliorer les choses. Le marché vous apprendra toujours. **Le succès à long terme est la clé !** Bien sûr que certains gagnent sur quelques semaines mais sur le long terme nous savons qu'ils ne seront plus là et qu'ils en viendront à vous vendre des cours pour apprendre ce secret ou inventer d'autres conneries comme des services. Or il n'y a aucun secret car eux même ne sont pas rentables. Et la raison de votre **NON-profitabilité** n'est PAS .... votre TP, les traders de chez JP Morgan qui chassent vos SL, la volatilité ou encore les étoiles qui ne sont pas avec vous. Le problème c'est vous car vous ne voulez pas apprendre les bonnes choses, vous courez après la réussite rapide et vous gobez tout ce qui est dit sur le net. Petit rappel...**le trading c'est une question de probabilités et de rien d'autres !** Ce qui veut dire que pour être rentable et réussir en trading vous devez avoir **un taux de probabilité qui est le + élevé possible.** Donc je vous pose une simple question... POURQUOI NÉGLIGEZ-VOUS CERTAINS SUJETS DONT IL EST PROUVÉ QU'ILS AUGMENTENT VOS PROBABILITÉS ? 😑 Connaître la direction du marché est tellement important. C'est même vital si vous voulez faire parti de ces mecs qui ont une belle vie, une liberté tout ça tout ça... car oui cela existe. Mais si ces personnes vivent de cette manière alors cela résulte dans le fait d'avoir appris les bonnes choses, tout simplement. Je ne vous dis pas de changer quoi que ce soit d'important. Soyez simplement conscient de tout cela. Je ne vous demande pas d'être une nouvelle personne 😆 Vous avez du potentiel et on le dit très régulièrement. Cela n'est pas pour rien 👍 Enlevez cette frustration qui règne en vous et voyez les choses du bon côté. Vous avez du temps devant vous pour beaucoup, donc profitez en pour apprendre les bonnes choses et réellement évoluer en trading. Un exemple concret les vacances d'été. Vous avez pour beaucoup des jours de libre, ce qui veut dire des jours à dédier à votre apprentissage. Mais pour cela il vous faut un bon état d'esprit, un état d'esprit de WINNER. Si vous croyez en vous... si vous vous dites que vous pouvez le faire...que vous foncez comme il se doit alors... vous avez accompli une grosse étape mais ensuite il faudra acquérir les connaissances nécessaires et parler action et non pas juste dire pour...dire. A bientôt 👽
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Comme les gens aiment le **MINDSET** alors on va en parler... Vous trouvez cela important ? Nous aussi mais...il y a des limites à la connerie 😉 Insociabilité, douche froide, penser qu'à l'argent et rien d'autres, il existe autant d'exemples que ce serait long de faire la liste des choses absurdes. **Votre état d'esprit est important c'est VRAI !!** Et si vous êtes un Homme ça l'est encore plus. C'est simple, **vous ne devez pas être un faible.** **Prenons l'exemple dans la vie de tous les jours :** Vous devez parler peu mais vrai. Vous devez vous concentrer sur vous et pas sur les autres. Vous devez faire du sport. Ne pas courir après les filles. etc etc etc... **Le sport est peut-être l'un des meilleurs moyens pour s'entraîner à avoir un meilleur état d'esprit. Pourquoi ?** Car il y a des bienfaits sur ta santé physique mais surtout mentale. Indirectement, ton cerveau va prendre l'habitude de "s'entrainer", de se "motiver" et ça c'est très important. Regardez partout autour de vous, il y a sûrement des gens que vous connaissez qui ont très bien réussie leur vie. C'est quasiment certains que la grande majorité d'entre-eux font du sport et ce n'est pas pour rien. La discipline. Enfaite, il faut comprendre une chose... Vous avez le choix entre : **Personne A** Mange régulièrement au fast-food, n'est que très peu motivé à faire du sport voir pas du tout, ne sort pas de sa zone de confort, court après les filles et ne pense qu'à l'argent sans...en faire réellement. **Personne B** Mange seinement, fait régulièrement du sport, se concentre sur lui-même, sait qu'il doit faire de l'argent et ne procrastine pas. Bref, chacun est différent et l'idée n'est pas de juger mais à un moment donné, il faut comprendre qu'il y a rien sans rien dans la vie. On connaît tous des personnes ambitieuses ou du moins qui l'étaient, puis qui sont tombés dans **la rat race** avec un petit boulot au smic, un crédit et des gosses. Comme dit plus haut, **chacun vit des expériences différentes et il n'y a pas de voie "absolue" à prendre**, la vie c'est comme un livre déjà écrit...chaque jour est une page qui se tourne. Alors...faites en sorte de devenir la meilleure version de vous même, réduisez tous le bruit autour de vous qui ne sont pas essentiels, toutes les conneries que vous voyez sur les RS, ou même mieux...changez complètement d'environnement. Encore un bon exemple...les gens qui disent depuis des années "ouai je vais quitter la France pour le business", ils en sont où ? Toujours au même endroit qu'il y a 2 ans et cela est valable en trading évidemment. La raison est simple...ce sont des faibles. Des faibles car ils nous pas les C***** d'aller de l'avant et même vers l'inconnu, des faibles car ils continuent de se plaindre tous les jours mais ne font rien pour changer cela, des faibles car au final ils se mentent à eux même... Cela n'a rien de méchant mais cela est vrai. Il faut arrêter de se mentir à soi-même. Maintenant c'est l'été et qui dit été dit...job étudiant pour beaucoup. C'est simple, travaillez puis constituez-vous un capital. Vous travaillez pour un changement de vie pas pour rembourser un crédit les gars. Prenez le temps de bien faire les choses et vous savez que tout peut changer rapidement. Il suffit d'une rencontre, d'un lieu, d'un moment...mais évidemment cela ne se prédit pas comme il est impossible de **prédire** le marché 😄. En tout cas, oui l'état d'esprit est important mais ne tombez pas dans l'excès car n'oubliez pas que **rien n'est bon avec excès** et cela peut même vous nuire. La vie est cool, voyez toujours le côté positif, foncez et ne croyez pas à tout ce qui peut-être dit sur le net...faites vous votre propre avis sur les choses de la vie. **Le trading** est un "jeu" à somme nulle alors mettez toutes vos chances de votre côté pour réussir, formez vous correctement (pas juste en regardant 10h de vidéos parlant de smc ou d'indicateurs bidons), prenez le temps de travailler votre efficacité, remballez votre égo à 2 balles et soyez honnête envers vous. C'est vrai que ce sont des paroles cash, mais on a toujours été comme cela. Ceux qui réussissent peu importe le domaine, n'ont rien de plus que vous excepté...de l'ambition et des connaissances qui font d'eux les meilleurs de leurs domaines 😄. C'est le week-end donc comme à chaque fois, profitez-en pour faire un bilan de votre semaine, vos objectifs, les étapes à franchir... tout ça tout ça. Et pour toutes autres questions les DM instagram sont ouverts 👍💯
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(This June 6 story has been refiled to change the corporate name to Bittrex Inc from Bittrex Global in paragraph 16) By Jonathan Stempel, Hannah Lang and John McCrank NEW YORK (Reuters) - The top U.S. securities regulator sued cryptocurrency platform Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) on Tuesday, the second lawsuit in two days against a major crypto exchange, in a dramatic escalation of a crackdown on the industry and one that could dramatically transform a market that has largely operated outside regulation. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday took aim at Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. The SEC accuses Binance and its CEO Changpeng Zhao of operating a "web of deception". If successful, the lawsuits could transform the crypto market by successfully asserting the SEC's jurisdiction over the industry which for years has argued that tokens do not constitute securities and should not be regulated by the SEC. "The two cases are different, but overlap and point in the same direction: the SEC's increasingly aggressive campaign to bring cryptocurrencies under the jurisdiction of the federal securities laws," said Kevin O'Brien, a partner at Ford O'Brien Landy and a former federal prosecutor, adding, however, that the SEC has not previously taken on such major crypto players. "If the SEC prevails in either case, the cryptocurrency industry will be transformed." In its complaint filed in Manhattan federal court, the SEC said Coinbase has since at least 2019 made billions of dollars by operating as a middleman on crypto transactions, while evading disclosure requirements meant to protect investors. The SEC said Coinbase traded at least 13 crypto assets that are securities that should have been registered, including tokens such as Solana, Cardano and Polygon. Coinbase suffered about $1.28 billion of net customer outflows following the lawsuit, according to initial estimates from data firm Nansen. Shares of Coinbase's parent Coinbase Global Inc closed down $7.10, or 12.1%, at $51.61 after earlier falling as much as 20.9%. They are up 46% this year. Paul Grewal, Coinbase's general counsel, in a statement said the company will continue operating as usual and has "demonstrated commitment to compliance." Oanda senior market analyst Ed Moya said the SEC "looks like it's playing Whac-A-Mole with crypto exchanges," and because most exchanges offer a range of tokens that operate on blockchain protocols targeted by regulators, "it seems like this is just the beginning." Leading cryptocurrency bitcoin has been a paradoxical beneficiary of the crackdown. After an initial plunge to a nearly three-month low of $25,350 following the Binance suit, bitcoin rebounded by more than $2,000, exceeding the previous day's high. It was trading just below $27,000 at 0410 GMT. "The SEC is making life nearly impossible for several altcoins and that is actually driving some crypto traders back into bitcoin," explained Oanda's Moya. BROKER, EXCHANGE CRACKDOWN Securities, as opposed to other assets such as commodities, are strictly regulated and require detailed disclosures to inform investors of potential risks. The Securities Act of 1933 outlined a definition of the term "security," yet many experts rely on two U.S. Supreme Court cases to determine if an investment product constitutes a security. SEC Chair Gary Gensler has long said tokens constitute securities and has steadily asserted its authority over the crypto market, focusing initially on the sale of tokens and interest-bearing crypto products. More recently, it has taken aim at unregistered crypto broker dealer, exchange trading and clearing activity. While a few crypto companies are licensed as alternative system trading systems, a type of trading platform used by brokers to trade listed securities, no crypto platform operates as a full-blown stock exchange. The SEC also this year sued Beaxy Digital and Bittrex Inc for failing to register as an exchange, clearing house and broker. "The whole business model is built on a noncompliance with the U.S. securities laws and we're asking them to come into compliance," Gensler told CNBC. Crypto companies refute that tokens meet the definition of a security, say the SEC's rules are ambiguous, and that the SEC is overstepping its authority in trying to regulate them. Still, many companies have boosted compliance, shelved products and expanded outside the country in response to the crackdown. Kristin Smith, CEO of the Blockchain Association trade group, rejected Gensler's efforts to oversee the industry. "We're confident the courts will prove Chair Gensler wrong in due time," she said. Founded in 2012, Coinbase recently served more than 108 million customers and ended March with $130 billion of customer crypto assets and funds on its balance sheet. Transactions generated 75% of its $3.15 billion of net revenue last year. Tuesday's SEC lawsuit seeks civil fines, the recouping of ill-gotten gains and injunctive relief. On Monday, the SEC accused Binance of inflating trading volumes, diverting customer funds, improperly commingling assets, failing to restrict U.S. customers from its platform, and misleading customers about its controls. Binance pledged to vigorously defend itself against the lawsuit, which it said reflected the SEC's "misguided and conscious refusal" to provide clarity to the crypto industry. Customers pulled around $790 million from Binance and its U.S. affiliate following the lawsuit, Nansen said. On Tuesday, the SEC filed a motion to freeze assets belonging to Binance.US, Binance's U.S. affiliate. The holding company of Binance is based in the Cayman Islands. "It's important to note that recent regulatory actions are aimed at ensuring that companies operating in the cryptocurrency industry are complying with securities laws and protecting investors - this will always be their goal," said Joshua Chu, group chief risk officer at blockchain technology firms XBE, Coinllectibles and Marvion. "These events will ultimately lead to a more stable and trustworthy industry, which could help to attract more institutional investors and mainstream adoption."
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Investing.com -- Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Friday, May 19th. Please refresh for updates. Foot Locker (NYSE:FL) stock slumped 25% after the footwear retailer reported weaker-than-expected results for its first quarter, and cut its full-year guidance, citing the tough macroeconomic backdrop. Deere & Company (NYSE:DE) stock rose 3.4% after the agricultural machinery manufacturer reported strong second quarter numbers and raised its 2023 net income forecast as its order books remain robust. Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) stock fell 0.8% with the entertainment giant scrapping plans to build a nearly $1 billion corporate campus in central Florida as part of its ongoing legal battle with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Ross Stores (NASDAQ:ROST) stock fell 0.7% after the discount retailer forecast second quarter profit below expectations, hit by higher incentive compensations and wages, even as it raised its annual profit forecast. Applied Materials (NASDAQ:AMAT) stock fell 1.6% after KeyBanc said it doesn’t have much room to rise after a strong run, even after the semiconductor manufacturing tools maker forecast better than expected third quarter revenue. Catalent (NYSE:CTLT) stock fell 5.3% after the pharma company delayed its third quarter results and received a notice from the NYSE of noncompliance with listing standards. Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) ADRs fell 1.2% after the Chinese e-commerce giant posted disappointing quarterly earnings due to sluggish consumer spending in its home country.
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Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open in a cautious manner Wednesday amid U.S. debt ceiling uncertainty and ahead of the release of the final eurozone inflation figures for April. At 02:00 ET (06:00 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.1% higher, CAC 40 futures in France climbed 0.1% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 0.1%. The looming U.S. debt ceiling deadline and the potential for a catastrophic U.S. debt default has created a degree of nervousness throughout the global markets, and investors in Europe are no exception. Talks between U.S. President Joe Biden and Republican Kevin McCarthy, the speaker of the House of Representatives, failed to come up with a deal on Tuesday, but an agreement still appears to be a possibility. "It is possible to get a deal by the end of the week. It's not that difficult to get to an agreement," said McCarthy, while the White House described the talks as "productive and direct." Back in Europe, the session’s main economic data will be the final eurozone consumer inflation figures for April, which are expected to show that prices remained elevated. In the corporate sector, the focus will also be on UBS (SIX:UBSG) after the Swiss bank flagged a financial hit of about $17 billion from the takeover of Credit Suisse. Commerzbank (ETR:CBKG) reported that its net profit nearly doubled in the first quarter, a better-than-expected result helped by higher interest rates. Elsewhere, Siemens (ETR:SIEGn) raised its full-year sales and profit guidance after the German engineering and technology group beat sales forecasts during its second quarter. Oil prices retreated Wednesday after a surprise rise in U.S. crude stockpiles raised demand concerns at the world’s largest consumer. U.S. crude inventories rose by around 3.6 million barrels in the week ended May 12, according to data from the industry body American Petroleum Institute, instead of the expected drawdown. However, these losses have been limited as releases from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve have to be factored into the inventory build, while the drop in gasoline and distillates inventories pointed to improving demand ahead of the summer season. Official U.S. government data on crude and product stockpiles from the Energy Information Administration are due later in the session. By 02:00 ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.9% lower at $70.20 a barrel, while the Brent contract dropped 0.8% to $74.29. Additionally, gold futures fell 0.1% to $1,991.65/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% lower at 1.0850.
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Ce sont **VOS connaissances** qui feront de vous de vrais traders, et non pas un "sentiment". Je suis **cash** en termes de paroles et que ça plaise ou non cela ne me fait rien, je sais ce qui marche et surtout **ce qui ne marche pas....** Si vous avez rejoins ce groupe c'est pour **réllement progresser en trading **et **d'arrêter d'apprendre des choses stupides** qui ne feront jamais de vous des traders. Désolé mais les **signaux de trading** ou toutes ces conneries ne vous aident absolument pas 💥 **Réfléchissez 2 secondes les gars**, vous pensez que les mecs qui se filment h24 devant un graphique ce sont de bons traders ?.....C'est juste pour prouver...et rejoindre leur broker pour qu'ils aillent récupérer le cash sur BaÏdu chaque 15 du mois le tout, en montrant un compte MT4 "réel" qui n'est rien d'autre qu'un **démo**. Oui cela est véridique mais ils ne vous le diront jamais car c'est arrangé avec le broker 😉 Pourquoi se faire chier à apprendre le vrai trading quand on peut pigeonner 5000 personnes avec un lien vers un broker qui peut leur verser **500$ de CPA par client qualifié+ 10 000$ de bonus mensuel**... **C'est LA raison pour laquelle ils se filment avec de grosses liasses 😄** D'ailleurs il y a un gars qui en parlait récemment, mais les brokers sont en capacité d'encaisser directement les 500$ que les gens déposent puis comme **90% d'entre eux perdent**, soit ils rechargent leur compte, soit ils ne demanderont jamais ce qu'il reste sur le compte donc...bien bénef. Dans tous les cas, tout cela n'est que du bruit et si vous êtes là c'est pour enfin évoluer en trading et ce, sans payer quelconque abonnement...😄 Le trading a été trop sali par ces gurus du net qui n'y connaissent absolument rien. Ils n'ont jamais mis les pieds dans une salle des marchés ou utilisé le terminal bloomberg. 👉 Et par ailleurs...biensûr que je fais du **contenu sur les réseaux**, mais pas de la même manière ! D'ailleurs, vous êtes venu grâce à ça et si ça peut attirer 5000 personnes de plus tant mieux ! Ils changeront leurs visions du trading et ne tomberont pas dans les pièges des gurus de tiktok et telegram 👍 Bon week-end à tous, et si vous avez des questions hésitez pas 😁💯💥
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What percent of GDP is federal spending? Federal Net Outlays as Percent of Gross Domestic Product (FYONGDA188S) Download 2022: 24.63729
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