$RICE

Rice Acquisition Corp

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.

PRICE

$18.78 ▼-5.865%

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292,739

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18.86 - 20.3

52 WEEK

9.62 - 19.95

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Here is Rice

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India banning rice exports

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Im still green on Rice

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Global consumption for rice is up but record harvest

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Corn long and Rice still long

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Small drawdown on corn and rice

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OctoberFamine Trade// Africa and more.. Rice Corn Coffee Soybeans

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I longed some rough rice

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Limit order for rice at 16.70

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By Richa Naidu and Jessica DiNapoli LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - As shoppers pay more for anything from coffee to ketchup, some retailers have started to cut or cap the price of hundreds of products as they compete for customers and set themselves up to do battle in negotiations with major packaged food makers. Eurostat said on Friday that euro zone inflation for food, alcohol and tobacco rose by 6.4% in April versus last year, compared with a 5% increase in March, as the rising cost of living in Europe extends beyond expensive energy. The head of Leclerc, France's biggest retailer by market share, on Tuesday said it would identify the 120 items consumers buy most, including toilet paper, soap, rice and pasta, and create a "shield" whereby Leclerc will guarantee the price of those items from May 4 until July. Price increases have been anywhere between 6% and 20%. Pasta, for instance, has increased by 20%, as have some brands of coffee and chocolate, Michel-Edouard Leclerc said in an interview with French radio broadcaster franceinfo. In March, European governments, some facing elections this year, spent tens of billions of euros to shelter households from energy costs. There is little sign they will offer similar help with food bills, which are a smaller part of domestic expenditure, but politicians are nervous as household incomes are squeezed and consumer groups have warned the poorest are having to choose between heating their homes and eating properly. As almost everyone becomes more careful about how much they spend, supermarkets, which have experienced flat margins, are anxious to avoid losing customers to the competition. The CEO of British supermarket group Sainsbury's told reporters last week shoppers were "watching every penny". An analysis of a varied basket of goods created for Reuters by data firm Nielsen shows that prices for products including beer, bottled water and ketchup are rising sharply, in many cases extending big increases from last year. On average, Europe's shoppers are paying about 2 euros ($2.10) more for six essential food products, 8% higher than last year. Retailers charged 8.6% more for instant coffee in the four weeks to March 26, on average, while the price of baby milk rose by more than 21%. SHIELDS AND PRICE CUTS While Leclerc has promised to freeze some prices, across Europe, retailers are widely seeking to limit the inflation impact on the most essential items. A spokesperson for European retail and wholesale trade association EuroCommerce, which has more than 95 members, including Carrefour (EPA:CARR), Lidl and Marks & Spencer (OTC:MAKSY), said all were looking at price caps and cuts in some form, although it would depend on input costs on suppliers' margins. "Because of the very competitive nature of the grocery market, you will see other supermarket chains trying to keep prices down as much as they can," the spokesperson said. In Britain surging prices have caused the biggest squeeze on household incomes since at least the 1950s as grocery price inflation hit 5.2% in the four weeks to March 20, the highest level since April 2012, industry data last month showed. In response, supermarkets there, including Asda and Morrisons, have cut the prices of essential items. Although they have a cushion after lockdowns because people ate at home and spent more on buying ingredients, analysts expect full-year margins to be flat or decline slighly at European retailers, including Carrefour SA (OTC:CRRFY), Sainsbury's, Colruyt and Ahold Delhaize. They will look to recover some of the impact of price cuts in tough negotiations with the food production companies, which typically would have finished late last year in parts of Europe, but have dragged on as supply chain problems and inflation exacerbated by Russia's war in Ukraine has complicated agreement. The packaged food makers such as Mondelez (NASDAQ:MDLZ) and Unilever (NYSE:UL) are eager to raise prices as their margins have also shrunk while input prices have surged because of record commodity costs. Unilever, which makes Knorr chicken stock and Hellmann's mayonnaise, said last Thursday it raised prices in Europe by 5.4%, growing quarterly underlying sales for the region by 0.7%. Still, it forecast that its first-half margin would be between 16%-17%, down from 18.8% last year. "If you compare that with what's happening to people's energy bills, we feel that is quite responsible," Chief Executive Alan Jope told reporters. The company warned of further price hikes and said that unless it charged more, the "full impact" of higher input costs would be a 900-basis-point hit to its full-year margins. Dirk van de Put, CEO of Oreo-maker Mondelez, said last week that the company was approaching retailers in Europe about another price hike, after increasing prices earlier this year. Mondelez's first-quarter margin declined to 38.4% from 41%, the company said. Nestle, the world's biggest food maker, said last month it expected to grow sales around 5% this year after higher pet food, dairy and coffee prices. While sales revenues rise, some packaged food companies' branded products are losing market share to retailers with cheaper private label products, such as Aldi. Customers are stocking up, as the war in Ukraine raises the risk of shortages that will also drive prices further. "We observe higher sales across all our own brands and over all categories," Rolf Buyle, managing director international buying at ALDI Nord, told Reuters. "At the moment we especially have stockpiling effects in our pantry category such as oil, pasta, rice, canned food and flour." Unilever and Nestle declined to comment for this story. Mondelez did not respond to a request for comment and Leclerc could not be reached. ($1 = 0.9503 euros) ($1 = 7.0731 Danish crowns)

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Rice didn't pull back far enough, going to start half entry now

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Ill roll the oil profits now and look to bang out a few % on rice

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We are buying rice futures this week

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Rice is a steal

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roast chicken and potatoes, taziki sauce, and rice with ground beef

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rice beans and meat

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i am buying some $MYOV down here ... excellent rice for proven drug and relationship with PFE which could end up in acquistion..... 2 x in next 12 months maybe 3 x

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rice is for the birds man

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it was more like alll spinach with two rice grains

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why is China hoarding grain maize and rice. They have more than 50% of all these commodities in the world. enough to last 1.5 yrs 🤔

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200 $SAMOSAS 15DEC2021 $Tasty Cs trade 3.4 > @Gary19 said: naan_ + rice

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naan_ + rice > @dros said: roti or rice

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roti or rice > @Gary19 said: that is xmas dinner toronto style

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I will handle the goat and rice dish. You handle the rest

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from MIC 1. DNA was SRNG yesterday probably going to sell off hard early until people figure out the new ticker watch for a few days for basing then possible trade, 2. LFG was RICE yesterday this is a natural gas company that merged with a spac they have a lot of cash it is energy related sector this could be in paly all winter, 3. LIDR has a nice pop yesterday see if we get some continuation, OPAD wait and see what happens same with 4. IRNT they ay cool of for a few day 5. LWLG has been on a nice run on the daily great swing chart its lower volume but had news yesterday if it has some volume could give a nice day trade 6. RKLB still holding 15 area had a nice FGD yesterday just like SPRT did kept bouncing off 15 all day at end of day it made the run if it hold could possibly get back to 18 line 7. RSVR another SPAC merger low float and 89% shares redeemed in merger and its a independent music company that also dabble sin NFT space

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they make a chocolate rice crispy treat

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UK Markets Were higher on Friday, helped by gains in financial and consumer staple sector stocks. Marks & Spencer Group jumped 14.1%, as the retailer raised its profit outlook for the full year, after recording a jump in its revenue. Wm Morrisons Supermarkets added 4.2%, after it agreed to a takeover offer from US private equity group Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R). Babcock International Group rose 3.0%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Overweight’ from ‘Equal weight’. On the flipside, Marshalls fell 2.5%, even though the company reported strong growth in the first half of the year and raised its outlook for 2021 and 2022. IWG shed 1.0%, after a top broker lowered its target price to 310.0p from 370.0p per share. AstraZeneca slid 0.1%, after the company announced that its rare disease division, Alexion is discontinuing ‘CHAMPION-ALS’, the global phase 3 clinical trial of Ultomiris. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.4%, to close at 7,087.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.6%, to end at 23,750.9.. . European Markets Were also higher on Friday. Hemnet Group surged 27.8%, after the real estate web portal reported an increase in its sales and profit in the second quarter. STMicroelectronics added 1.5%, after the company announced a collaboration with Eyeris to extend its Global-Shutter Sensor solution for automotive in-cabin monitoring. Thyssenkrupp rose 0.5%, following announcement that its Thyssenkrupp Sustainability Project received funds worth €6.4 million. Meanwhile, Volkswagen shed 0.5%, after the carmaker announced that it would reduce the production at its main plant in Wolfsberg due to a lack of microchips. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.4%, to close at 1,807.5. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 rose 0.3%, to close at 15,808.0, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.3%, to settle at 6,626.1. . US Markets Also closed higher on Friday, as concerns that the US Federal Reserve could begin tightening its monetary policy sooner than expected eased and helped by gains in technology sector stocks. Petco Health & Wellness jumped 7.8%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Outperform’ from ‘Neutral’. Foot Locker climbed 7.3%, after the shoe and apparel brand posted upbeat results in the second quarter. Mosaic added 3.9%, after a broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. Bristol-Myers Squibb rose 1.0%, after the US Food and Drug Administration approved the drug-maker’s cancer drug Opdivo. On the other hand, Deere shed 2.1%, despite reporting higher than expected revenue and earnings in the third quarter. The S&P 500 gained 0.8% to settle at 4,441.7. The DJIA rose 0.7% to settle at 35,120.1, while the NASDAQ added 1.2%, to close at 14,714.7. . Asian Markets Are trading higher this morning. In Japan, Recruit Holdings and Toyota Motor have advanced 3.6% and 3.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings and Furukawa Electric have fallen 0.3% and 0.5%, respectively. In Hong Kong, WH Group and Xinyi Solar Holdings have added 4.1% and 4.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, Link Real Estate Investment Trust and Longfor Group Holdings have dropped 0.8% and 1.1%, respectively. In South Korea, Kukbo and Central Insight have climbed 17.5% and18.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Hancom Lifecare and TBH Global have declined 4.8% and 4.9%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 1.7% higher at 27,479.9. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.9% up at 25,317.9, while the Kospi index is trading 1.4% higher at 3,104.7.

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By Peter Nurse Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open largely lower Friday, with a slump in U.K. retail sales adding to concerns of a slowing global economic recovery as China continues its regulatory clampdown. At 2:10 AM ET (0610 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.4% lower, CAC 40 futures in France dropped 0.1%, while the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 0.2%. European markets have struggled this week as investors turned more risk averse, weighed by concerns that the U.S. Federal Reserve may be on the verge of reining in its pandemic-era monetary stimulus measures. That’s added to worries about the spread of Covid-19 variants and the impact on global growth, China’s regulatory crackdown and turmoil in Afghanistan. Earlier Friday, Chinese authorities passed a major data protection law on Friday, along the lines of Europe's Global Data Protection Regulation, the latest in a series of moves that will hit the way the country’s technology giants operate. Back in Europe, U.K. retail sales slumped 2.5% on the month in July, a dramatic slowdown from the 0.5% growth in June, while German factory prices soared 1.9% in July, up 10.4% on the year and at a level that will surely catch the attention of the European Central Bank. Remaining in the retail sector, private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice has raised its offer for WM Morrison Supermarkets (LON:MRW) to 7 billion pounds ($9.5 billion) as the battle for Britain’s fourth-largest grocer looks set to heat up. Marks and Spencer (LON:MKS), meanwhile, will be in the spotlight after raising its profit guidance for the full year, as revenue recovered to just 3% below its pre-pandemic level in the second quarter. The move puts pressure on Fortress, the owner of Majestic Wine, which had increased its bid to 6.7 billion pounds at the start of August. Elsewhere, oil prices edged higher Friday, rebounding from three-month lows, but are still heading for hefty weekly losses amid concerns about global demand growth, as measures to tackle the delta coronavirus variant hit mobility. Crude has also been buffeted this month by the rise in the dollar on the prospect of the Federal Reserve cutting back its extraordinary monetary stimulus in the near future. By 2:10 AM ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.5% higher at $63.84 a barrel, while the Brent contract rose 0.4% to $66.72. Both contracts are on course for weekly losses of around 6% after falling to their lowest levels since May on Thursday. Additionally, gold futures rose 0.3% to $1,789.15/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.1684.

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those rice traders don't play around red 

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tryna source that rice  > @RedSunCap said: where is trader ben

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bacon fried rice

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UK Markets Finished in the green yesterday, following upbeat economic data in the UK. IWG advanced 2.5%. Reports emerged that the US private equity firm, CC Capital, announced that it was not planning to make a bid for the company. TP ICAP Group added 1.0%, after the interdealer broker indicated that it would launch a wholesale trading platform for cryptoassets in collaboration with Fidelity Digital AssetsSM, Zodia Custody and Flow Traders. UDG Healthcare rose 0.3%, after Clayton, Dubilier & Rice confirmed that it has increased its final offer to £2.7 billion for the company. On the other hand, Standard Life Aberdeen fell 1.6%. The company announced that its subsidiary, Standard Life Mauritius, sold shares worth 100.8 million in HDFC Life on the stock exchange in India for around £652.0 million. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.2%, to close at 7,087.6, while the FTSE 250 slightly rose, to end at 22,542.2. .

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UK Markets Finishing in the green on Friday, led by gains in energy and mining sector stocks. John Wood Group climbed 5.1%, after the company announced that it has reached a $186 million deal to settle a UK-led bribery and corruption probe into a British engineering firm it acquired in 2017. WPP gained 2.3%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Underperform’. Greggs advanced 1.6%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to 2,950.0p from 2,100.0p. UDG Healthcare added 1.0%, after announcing that Clayton Dubilier & Rice, was considering an improved offer of 1,080p a share for the company. Hargreaves Lansdown rose 0.4%, following the appointment of Penelope James as senior Independent Director, with effect from 1 September. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.4%, to close at 7,136.1, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.6%, to end at 22,646.0 .

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UK Markets Finished in the green yesterday, boosted by gains in mining and industrial sector stocks. Wm. Morrison Supermarkets surged 34.6%, after the retailer rejected an unsolicited offer worth £5.5 billion from the US private equity firm, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. Capita climbed 9.1%, after the outsourcer forecasted a revenue growth for the first time in six years. Ocado Group advanced 4.0%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Overweight’ from ‘Equal Weight’. Renewables Infrastructure Group rose 0.5%. The company announced that routine inspections at Merkur found signs of stress fatigue on certain areas of the support structure of the Helihoist on some of the 6MW wind turbines. Meanwhile, Rio Tinto slid 0.3%, following a rating downgrade on the stock to ‘Sell’ from ‘Neutral’. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.6%, to close at 7,062.3, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.6%, to end at 22,457.1. .

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when started trade on 2,003....like Paladium metals a lot.....think the rice was $100's...now $2,500's

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@Renato_Decarolis Rise (Rough Rice futures )

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with rice  > @bunnytoad69 said: reverse pump fake booty clap?

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US Markets Closed mostly lower yesterday, led by losses in healthcare sector stocks. Abbott Laboratories declined 9.3%, after the company downgraded its annual forecast for 2021. Canopy Growth dropped 6.9%, after the company reported wider than expected loss in the fourth quarter. Meanwhile, Cloudera surged 23.9%, after the company agreed to a takeover deal worth $5.3 billion by investment firms KKR and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. AMC Entertainment Holdings rallied 22.7%, following news that the company sold 8.5 million shares worth $230.5 million to Mudrick Capital. Cinemark Holdings climbed 7.7%, after the company reported a surge in movie ticket sales during the Memorial Day weekend. Boeing advanced 3.1%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Outperform’ from ‘Market Perform’. The S&P 500 marginally slipped to settle at 4,202.0. The DJIA rose 0.1%, to settle at 34,575.3, while the NASDAQ shed 0.1%, to close at 13,736.5. .

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/*============================================= = Premarket Prep 06/01/21 = =============================================*/ U.S. stock futures looking higher, tracking gains in Europe and Asia ahead of manufacturing data that will give fresh insights into the economic recovery. S&P futures are looking higher after closing out May with its fourth consecutive monthly advance as investors have grown more confident that rising inflation won’t lead central banks to ease monetary policy measures, pushing major indexes back toward all-time highs in recent weeks. Economic data in the form of manufacturing showed strength in both Europe and Asia overnight with ISM data coming at 10:00 AM later this morning. For the week, the S&P rose 1.17%, the Dow added 0.94%, the Nasdaq gained 2.06%. For the month, the S&P rose 0.55%, the Dow added 1.94%, and the Nasdaq shed 1.53%. Stocks gained on Friday as investors considered new economic data on consumer spending, income and inflation alongside stronger-than-expected data reports from earlier this week. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -45 points to 28.814, the Shanghai Index rose 9 points to 3,624 and the Hang Seng Index jumped 316 points to 29,468. In Europe, the German DAX is up over 220 points to 15,640, while the FTSE 100 rises over 80 points to top 7,100. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 3.23 points, or 0.08%, to 4,204.11 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 64.81 points, or 0.19%, to 34,529.45 The Nasdaq Composite climbed 12.46 points, or 0.09%, to 13,748.74 The Russell 2000 Index declined -4.10 points, or 0.18% to 2,268.97 Events Calendar for Today 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 9:45 AM EST Markit Manufacturing PMI, May-F 10:00 AM EST Construction Spending for April 10:00 AM EST ISM Manufacturing PMI, for May 10:30 AM EST Dallas Fed Manufacturing for May Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $GHM, $KIRK Earnings After the Close: $AMBA, $APPS, $HPE, $ITI, $MDLA, $OESX, $ZM Other Key Events: Cowen 49th Annual TMT Conference (virtual), 6/1-6/3 Deutsche Bank FinTech and Info Service Conference (virtual), 6/1-6/2 Goldman Sachs 3rd Asia Spotlight Symposium (virtual), 6/1-6/4 Jefferies Global Healthcare Conference, 6/1-6/3 KeyBanc Capital Markets Industrials & Basic Materials Conference (virtual), 6/1-6/4 William Blair 40th Annual Growth Stock Conference (virtual), 6/1-6/3 OPEC+ June meeting Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 1.78 68.10 Brent 1.39 70.71 Gold 0.15 1,907.00 EUR/USD 0.0001 1.2228 JPY/USD 0.03 109.61 10-Year Note +0.028 1.622% World News China’s factory activity expanded at the fastest pace this year in May as domestic and export demand picked up, as the Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rose to 52.0 last month, the highest level since December and inching up from April’s 51.9. China will allow all couples to have a third child, a surprise move aimed at slowing the nation’s declining birthrate as risks to the economy’s long-term prospects mount because of a rapidly aging population OECD releases U.S. economic forecasts in Paris as PCE 2.6% y/y in 2022; 2.9% y/y in 2021; core PCE 2.6% y/y in 2022; 2.5% y/y in 2021; unemployment rate 4.3% y/y in 2022; 5.6% y/y in 2021 Iran and world powers have started what could be their final negotiations to revive a 2015 nuclear accord that limited the Islamic Republic’s atomic activities in return for sanctions relief. The fifth round of talks has begun in Vienna RBA Rate Decision: Leaves cash rate unchanged at 0.1%, leaves 3Y AGB yield target at 0.1%; RBA won’t increase cash rate until actual inflation is sustainably within 2-3% target range which is unlikely to be 2024 at earliest; a pick-up in inflation/wages is expected but likely to be gradual & modest Sector News Breakdown Consumer AMC Entertainment ($AMC) issued to Mudrick Capital Management, 8.5 mln shares of company’s class a common stock for $230.5 mln Nio ($NIO) said it delivered 6,711 vehicles in May, up 95.3% Y/Y and down 5.5% M/M from April delivery of 7,102 vehicles. Xpeng Inc ($XPEV) said May deliveries jump nearly sixfold as May vehicle deliveries surged 483% to 5,686 units, spurred by record-high demand for XPEV’s P7 sedan Krispy Kreme has filed a Registration Statement on Form S-1 with the SEC relating to the proposed initial public offering of its common stock. The number of shares to be offered and the price range for the proposed offering have not yet been determined Macau’s gaming bureau reported May gross revenue from games of fortune in the region increased 492.2% year-over-year to 10.445B patacas (watch shares of $WYNN, $MLCO, $MGM) Planet Fitness ($PLNT) shares stock could drop 50% after a stunning recovery according to Barron’s as growth slows and the market becomes saturated. Article notes Teton Fund Management, which has shorted the stock, says millions of members will never return to a gym. Dollar General ($DG) and Dollar Tree ($DLTR) reported fiscal-first-quarter results before the bell on Thursday, and both beat analysts’ expectations-but that’s where the similarities end, according to Barron’s. DLTR warned freight costs could have a big impact on earnings, the latest indication that Dollar General is the stronger operator-and that doesn’t look set to change anytime soon For airlines, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reported that it screened almost 1.96 million people at airports, compared with 1.85 million on Thursday. That’s the most since March 7, 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic was in its early stages Energy, Industrials and Materials Oil prices are higher by over 2% (WTI crude $68 per barrel and Brent tops $70) as the latest OPEC+ gathering takes place via videoconference today. OPEC+ decided in April to return 2.1M barrels per day to the market from May to July, anticipating rising global demand. Since the announcement, the crude price has risen from $60 toward the $70 level Exxon Mobil Corp ($XOM) rises along with Equinor EQNR and Petrogal Brasil says they will proceed with an $8 bln development of Brazil’s Bacalhau oil discovery Exxon ($XOM) suffered a setback this week when it lost at least two board seats to the upstart activist Engine No. 1, but the defeat could move the oil giant forward to benefit both the company and the shareholders, according to Barron’s Virgin Galactic ($SPCE) filed a shelf registration for $1 billion of mixed securities, plus 2.7m shares issuable upon the exercise of previously sold warrants Financials American Financial ($AFG) declares special dividend of $14 per share after announces closing of the sale of its annuity businesses and declares special dividend Healthcare Liminal BioSciences Inc. ($LMNL) said it has decided to stop its plans to move fezagepras into a Phase II clinical study in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and a phase Ia/IIb study in Hypertriglyceridemia, as it evaluates the impact of the PK data profile observed in the on-going study. Forte Biosciences ($FBRX) files $300M mixed securities shelf Aeglea BioTherapeutics ($AGLE) files to sell 19.02M shares of common stock for holders Technology, Media & Telecom Cloudera ($CLDR) entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by affiliates of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice and KKR ($KKR) in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $5.3B (confirming reports overnight by the WSJ). Cloudera shareholders will receive $16.00 in cash per share, representing a 24% premium to the closing price as of May 28, 2021 – confirms overnight WSJ https://on.wsj.com/3uCAZ0g RingCentral ($RNG) team up with Deutsche Telekom ($DTEGY) to transform business communications for customers of all sizes. The chip shortage is creating an opportunity for two stocks according to Barron’s, Applied Materials ($AMAT) and Lam Research ($LRCX) saying both trade at about 20x earnings estimates for the next 12 months, lower than the multiples of S&P 500 Index and the PHLX semiconductor Index. SemiLEDs ($LEDS) files $30M mixed securities shelf

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yup sold some of my equity at 16.1 > @dros said: *Cloudera Confirms to Be Acquired by Clayton Dubilier & Rice *Cloudera: All-Cash Transaction Valued at About $5.3 Billion 

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*Cloudera Confirms to Be Acquired by Clayton Dubilier & Rice *Cloudera: All-Cash Transaction Valued at About $5.3 Billion 

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but i had 6 eggs with sushi rice

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yeah rice video T

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UK Markets Closed mixed yesterday, as better than expected UK gross domestic product (GDP) data overshadowed concerns over rising inflation. UDG Healthcare surged 20.7%, after private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CDR) agreed to buy the company for £2.6 billion. Diageo advanced 2.3%, after the drinks maker restarted its £4.5 billion capital return programme and forecasted a ‘strong recovery’ in fiscal 2021. Spirax-Sarco Engineering added 2.0%, after the company reported higher than expected margins in the four months to 30 April. Ashtead Group rose 1.5%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to 5,050.0p from 4,300.0p. Meanwhile, Flutter Entertainment slid 4.5%, after the company delayed its plans to float FanDuel in the US. TUI fell 2.1%, after the company posted an interim loss and cautioned that its annual revenue could decline in the current year. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.8%, to close at 7,004.6, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.3%, to end at 22,107.8. .

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@stevengo #StockTraders.NET
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I closed for a lose my friend. > @brAli said: wht up @stevengo u still SS $rice or closed

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@brAli #StockTraders.NET
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wht up @stevengo u still SS $rice or closed

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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$muds, $fbio. $RICE

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@viking #StockTraders.NET
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if this is people covering some shorts $RICE , could be slow bleeder rest of day

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@brAli #StockTraders.NET
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$rice just unexpected fade

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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$CELC did what I hope $RICe would do lol

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