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US Market Closed higher yesterday, as investors shrugged off concerns over higher-than-expected US inflation data. Altimeter Growth climbed 9.9%, following news that Southeast Asia’s ride-hailing giant, Grab, is going public via a SPAC merger with Altimeter Growth, valued at nearly $40 billion. Spirit Airlines advanced 2.9%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Positive’ from ‘Neutral’. Boeing added 1.5%, after the company reported net positive aircraft sales for the second consecutive month. Bristol Myers Squibb rose 1.4%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stocks to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. Meanwhile, Johnson & Johnson fell 1.3%, after the US Food and Drug Administration advised states to pause the use of the company’s Covid-19 vaccine, amid blood clot reports. The S&P 500 gained 0.3%, to settle at 4,141.6. The DJIA fell 0.2%, to settle at 33,677.3, while the NASDAQ added 1.1%, to close at 13,996.1. .
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RECAP 4/13 Chatter: $HLIT + For Sale (DR) $YNDX - RUS Anti-monopoly $RBLX + $HAS P-ship $BA + Bookings $SLGG + Insider Buy $NET+ $NVDA AI P-ship $WLTW - $AON Concessions maybe not enough $LRN + $41 bid (Betaville) $MSFT - NSA Email Flaws $SOS - Active SEC Investigation
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NET is relentless
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tchja, ich habs versucht, weiter gings net 😃
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er will eh net
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UK Market Markets closed in the green yesterday, boosted by gains in energy sector stocks. Carnival jumped 5.0%, after announcing plans to restart cruising from US ports in July. Oxford Biomedica climbed 5.0%, after the company inked a new three-year development & supply agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim for the manufacture and supply of various types of viral vectors. BP advanced 3.5%, after the company announced that it expects to hit its $35.0 billion net debt target during the first quarter of 2021. Tullow Oil added 1.7%, after the company announced that it has started a multi-well drilling campaign offshore Ghana, drilling the first well at the Jubilee Field. AstraZeneca rose 0.2%, despite reports that the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency is considering restricting use of the company’s Covid-19 vaccine for the under-30s, citing blood clot concerns. The FTSE 100 advanced 1.3%, to close at 6,823.6, while the FTSE 250 rose 1.2%, to end at 21,994.5. .
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going to put on a new position in NET here
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Banks used to earn 5-7% of net income from the S&P....now its 20% and during 2005-2008 it was 30%. What extra services do they provide since then.....None
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there was no buyers net all day long in the NYSE...... TAKE NOTE
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Krass... Biden hat sein Infrastrukturprogi durch, mehr weiß ich au net
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reports 4Q20 adj'd EPS of $2.58 vs est of $2.49 & Revs of $1.7B [up 24% y/y] vs est of $1.66B. •Total Cash: $1.2B •Total comparable sales increased 21% y/y •DTC net revs increased 94% y/y •DTC net revs represented 52% of total net revenue vs 33% in 4Q19 •Gross profit increased 25% to $1B , & gross margin increased 60bps to 58.6%. •opened six net new company-operated stores during the quarter, ending with 521 stores Guides 1Q21 Revs of $1.1B-$1.3B vs est of $996.34M Guides 1Q21 EPS of $0.86-$0.90 vs est of $0.82 Guides FY21 Revs of $5.55B-$5.65B vs est of $4.33B Guides FY21 adj'd EPS of $6.30-$6.45 vs est of $4.58
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20% of american households have zero to negative net worth, so they don't even need pockets
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**Institutional & Hedge Fund Outflows in Equities** In the last 4 weeks, corporate and retail traders drove the buying in the stock market. Institutional and hedge funds have been flat or net sellers in last 4 weeks, and big outflows last week. Money seems to be changing hands from professional traders to retail near a market all time high. Watching this trend closely into next week.
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what you mean luc...finance and tech gave me these cool slick chip cards to swipe endlessly at retail > @lucullus said: I mean think about it logically, Info tech and Finance provide similar % of net income across that whole 50 yrs. in that period in info tech we went from a main frame being the power of a pocket calculator, no pcs, no internet, no social media etc a huge growth in new technologies and applications. What does finance do now it didn't do in 1970s, nothing worthwhile, it provided loans then, it provided insurance then, it ran pensions. The only real difference is twofold the amount of money in circulation has increased at an average of 8-9% a year and the finance industry has thought up new ways to conduct worthless transactions with zero benefit to society at large. I expect the money growth is the major problem though
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also vom Long geh ich Montag früh erstmal net aus.. würde sich ne Nacht Aktion lohnen 🙈🙈
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I mean think about it logically, Info tech and Finance provide similar % of net income across that whole 50 yrs. in that period in info tech we went from a main frame being the power of a pocket calculator, no pcs, no internet, no social media etc a huge growth in new technologies and applications. What does finance do now it didn't do in 1970s, nothing worthwhile, it provided loans then, it provided insurance then, it ran pensions. The only real difference is twofold the amount of money in circulation has increased at an average of 8-9% a year and the finance industry has thought up new ways to conduct worthless transactions with zero benefit to society at large. I expect the money growth is the major problem though
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ja aber kann es net hochladen
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CFTC-EQUITY FUND SPECULATORS INCREASE S&P 500 CME NET SHORT POSITION BY 19,665 CONTRACTS TO 35,460 IN WEEK TO MAR 23 CFTC-EQUITY FUND MANAGERS RAISE S&P 500 CME NET LONG POSITION BY 11,876 CONTRACTS TO 146,785 IN WEEK TO MAR 23
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SPECULATORS' NET SHORT BETS ON U.S. DOLLAR SHRINK TO THE LOWEST SINCE JUNE 2020 - CFTC, REUTERS
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the Put Wall has shifted up to 3900 from 3700 indicating that 3900 is now the most net negative gamma strike on the board
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Spotgamma: "the Put Wall has shifted up to 3900 from 3700 indicating that 3900 is now the most net negative gamma strike on the board"
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And don’t forget about the Russell 2000, which fell into correction territory over the past day or so. Small-caps could see “positive performance… given that the Russell is underperforming bonds month to date,” Kolanovic went on to say. The bottom line, from Marko, is that market participants should, at the least, be “cautious” about accepting the prevailing narrative on the assumed net effects of rebalancing flows. “The impact on the market may be positive with a near-term upside move,” he said.
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He also mentioned that increasingly, portfolios will rebalance based on volatility targets. That, he said, can lead to flows contrary to those of fixed weights. Because volatility declined MoM and markedly so QoQ, rebalancing tied to vol targeting could conceivably produce a net inflow. On Kolanovic’s estimates, vol targeting exposure (to equities) sits in just the 20th percentile. Also on Thursday, Nomura’s Charlie McElligott said that to the extent there is some pension rebalancing supply, it could potentially be “countered by stabilizing flow from the vol control universe, as 1-month trailing realized vol is flattening out again and set to move lower on account of meaningful ‘down days’ dropping out of the one-month lookback window.”
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my positive deltas are so small now that im actually so net short its crazy
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European Market Europe finished mostly lower yesterday, amid concerns over fresh Covid-19 lockdown restrictions across Europe. Leonardo declined 6.1%, after the defence and aerospace company delayed the initial public offering of its US electronics unit DRS. On the other hand, Deutsche EuroShop advanced 5.3%. The company reported that its funds from operations declined to €123.3 million for 2020 from €149.6 million. Carrefour rose 2.3%, after the company announced that it would acquire Brazil’s third biggest food retailer, Grupo BIG for around $1.3 billion. Commerzbank added 1.6%, despite announcing that it expects to report a net loss in 2021. E.ON rose 0.7%, as the company reported a rise in annual earnings, following strong sales during the year. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slightly slipped, to settle at 1,630.4. The German DAX Xetra fell 0.4%, to settle at 14,610.4, while the French CAC-40 closed slightly higher at 5,947.3 .
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👍 > @Benlax said: if anything it was a net negative, just showed how ridicilous of assumptions u need to justify large upside from here
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if anything it was a net negative, just showed how ridicilous of assumptions u need to justify large upside from here
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this > @RedSunCap said: we cant really get over the net so odds favor a move to the lower limit 3887 ish
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we cant really get over the net so odds favor a move to the lower limit 3887 ish
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we cant really get over the net
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US Market Finishing lower on Friday, after the US Federal Reserve announced that it would not extend temporary relief from capital requirements rules for banks. Hims & Hers Health declined 9.7%, after the telehealth company reported a net loss in the fourth quarter. Nike dropped 4.0%, after the athletic footwear and apparel company reported lower than expected revenue in the third quarter. Skillz fell 3.8%, after the mobile gaming company announced a 32 million share public offering. On the flipside, FedEx climbed 6.1%, after the company reported upbeat results in the third quarter. Enphase Energy advanced 4.4%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Positive’ from ‘Neutral’. Ford Motor rose 2.7%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Overweight’ from ‘Equal Weight’. The S&P 500 slipped 0.1%, to settle at 3,913.1. The DJIA fell 0.7%, to settle at 32,628.0, while the NASDAQ added 0.8%, to close at 13,215.2 .
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warum das andere so kompliziert sein muss versteh ich net! naja egal solange es mit M-Futures geht egal!
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European Markets Finished higher yesterday, following dovish comments from major central banks. Sartorius jumped 9.7%, after the pharmaceutical company raised its annual earnings guidance. Volkswagen climbed 6.0%, following reports that the Czech government is negotiating with the automaker regarding construction of one of its electric car batteries plant in Czechia. Credit Suisse Group advanced 2.5%, after the lender announced that it was overhauling its asset management business, amid regulatory investigations into its dealings with Greensill Capital. HeidelbergCement added 0.6%, after the company’s net profit rose in the fourth quarter. PATRIZIA rose 1.1%, after the company reported a rise in its annual assets under management. On the other hand, Zur Rose Group declined 12.6%, after the company reported disappointing annual results. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.4%, to settle at 1,643.6. The German DAX Xetra rose 1.2%, to settle at 14,775.5, while the French CAC-40 added 0.1%, to close at 6,062.8. .
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