$RIG

Transocean Ltd

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Industrial Services
  • Contract Drilling
  • Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction
  • Drilling Oil and Gas Wells

PRICE

$4.2 ▲1.449%

Extented Hours

VOLUME

16,105,407

DAY RANGE

4.05 - 4.19

52 WEEK

2.63 - 5.56

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after their 2020 meltdown , tesla turned into the typical stock rig , may continue down some more . . .

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10:00 Quarterly Services Report 1:00 PM Baker-Hughes Rig Count

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Mining-Rig Maker Canaan Q1 Revenue More Than Triples https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/05/19/mining-rig-maker-canaan-q1-revenue-more-than-triples/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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*U.S. Oil Rig Count Up 5 from Last Week to 557 -- Baker Hughes *U.S. Gas Rig Count Up 2 from Last Week to 146 -- Baker Hughes

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Crypto Mining Rig Maker Canaan Added to SEC List of Scrutinized China Companies https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/05/05/crypto-mining-rig-maker-canaan-added-to-sec-list-of-scrutinized-china-companies/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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Marathon Digital Kicks Off Miners’ Earnings Season With Focus on Rig Deployment, Funding https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/05/02/marathon-kicks-off-bitcoin-miners-earnings-with-focus-on-rig-deployment-funding/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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Marathon Kicks Off Bitcoin Miners’ Earnings With Focus on Rig Deployment, Funding https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/05/02/marathon-kicks-off-bitcoin-miners-earnings-with-focus-on-rig-deployment-funding/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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9:45 PMI Composite Flash 1:00 PM Baker-Hughes Rig Count

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he's also in $RIG Apr $5 Calls

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10:00 Quarterly Services Report 10:00 Consumer Sentiment 1:00 PM Baker-Hughes Rig Count

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Options with increasing IV: $WE $SWN $BBBY $RIG $ZNGA $ORCL $T $CRWD $ZNGA $UAL $UA $CPRI Options with decreasing IV: $MNDT $FPAC $SPLK $PSTG $ARNA

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$RIG - eyeing 5.44+ previous HOD clearout

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8:30 Non-farm payrolls 8:45 Fed's Evans Speech 1:00 PM Baker-Hughes Rig Count

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Bitcoin Mining Rig Maker Canaan Surges After Strong Results and Guidance https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/03/03/bitcoin-mining-rig-maker-canaan-surges-after-strong-results-and-guidance/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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8:30 Durable Goods 8:30 Personal Income and Outlays 10:00 Consumer Sentiment 10:00 Pending Home Sales 1:00 PM Baker-Hughes Rig Count

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By Yuka Obayashi TOKYO (Reuters) -Oil prices rose on Monday on worries about supply disruption amid rising tensions in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, which could make an already tight market even tighter, while OPEC and its allies continued to struggle to raise output. Brent crude futures rose 58 cents, or 0.7%, to $88.47 a barrel by 0742 GMT, reversing a 0.6% loss on Friday. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures gained 57 cents, or 0.7%, to $85.71 a barrel, having fallen 0.5% on Friday. Both benchmarks rose for a fifth week in a row last week, gaining around 2% to hit their highest since October 2014. Prices are already up more than 10% this year on the concerns over tightening supplies. "Investors remained bullish due to geopolitical risk between Russia and Ukraine as well as in the Middle East, while OPEC+ continued to fail to reach its output target," said Kazuhiko Saito, chief analyst at Fujitomi Securities Co Ltd. "An expectation for higher heating oil demand in the United States amid cold weather also added to pressure," he said. Fuelling fears of supply disruption in Eastern Europe, the New York Times reported late on Sunday that U.S. President Joe Biden was considering deploying several thousand U.S. troops to NATO allies in Eastern Europe and the Baltics. Russia will face severe economic sanctions if it installs a puppet regime in Ukraine, a senior British government minister said on Sunday, after Britain accused the Kremlin of seeking to place a pro-Russian leader in power there. The U.S. State Department also announced it was ordering diplomats' family members to leave Ukraine, as President Biden weighed options for boosting America's military assets in Eastern Europe to counter a buildup of Russian troops. In the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates intercepted and destroyed two Houthi ballistic missiles targeting the Gulf country on Monday with no casualties, its defence ministry said, following a deadly attack a week earlier. OPEC+, which groups the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) with Russia and other producers, is struggling to hit its monthly output increase target of 400,000 barrels per day (bpd). OPEC+ compliance with long-installed oil production cuts rose to about 122% in December, two sources from the producer group told Reuters, indicating that some members continue to struggle to raise their output. "Expectations that OPEC+ members such as Saudi Arabia and Russia are likely to keep the current policy of gradual increase of output to maintain Brent oil prices between $85 and $90 a barrel are providing support to an overall sentiment," said Tetsu Emori, CEO of Emori Fund Management Inc. Money managers raised their net long U.S. crude futures and options positions in the week to Jan. 18, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said on Friday. In the United States, petroleum inventories have continued to slide over the last month, while energy firms cut oil rigs this week for the first time in 13 weeks. Analysts expect cold weather to boost heating demand over the next few weeks.[RIG/U]

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Unusually active option classes on open January 21st $NGD $BKLN $SWN $PTON $VALE $RIG $LRCX $SNDL $ETSY $DIS

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10000 $RIG MAY2022 $4 Cs trade 0.31

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10000 $RIG MAY2022 $4 Cs trade 0.31

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By Noah Browning LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices slumped by about $3 on Monday as surging cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant in Europe and the United States stoked investor worries that new mobility restrictions to combat its spread could hit fuel demand. Brent crude futures fell by $3.16, or 4.3%, to $70.36 a barrel by 1506 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were down $3.47, or 4.9%, at $67.39. "Oil prices are getting pummelled again as sentiment turns south and countries ponder deepening restrictions and lockdowns," said Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at OANDA. "None of this bodes well for crude demand in the first quarter of the year." The Netherlands went into lockdown on Sunday and the possibility of more COVID-19 restrictions being imposed ahead of the Christmas and New Year holidays loomed over several European countries. U.S. health officials urged Americans on Sunday to get booster shots, wear masks and be careful if they travel over the winter holidays, with the Omicron variant raging across the world and set to take over as the dominant strain in the United States. Meanwhile, U.S. energy companies this week added oil and natural gas rigs for a second week in a row. The oil and gas rig count, an early indicator of future output, rose by three to 579 in the week to Dec. 17, representing its highest since April 2020, energy services business Baker Hughes Co said in its closely followed report on Friday. Lower exports are expected from Russia, however, with exports and transit of oil from the country planned at 56.05 million tonnes in the first quarter of 2022 versus 58.3 million tonnes in the fourth quarter of 2021, a quarterly export schedule seen by Reuters showed on Friday. Meanwhile, OPEC+ compliance with oil production cuts stood at 117% in November, up 1% from the previous month, two sources from the group told Reuters, as output continues to lag agreed targets.

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**@WSJmarkets:** Heard on the Street: Mercedes-Benz cars promise a thrilling ride, but investors may be safer in a Freightliner rig https://t.co/LWjCljM4UL https://twitter.com/WSJmarkets/status/1469283098693148674

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US Baker Hughes Rig Count 26-Nov: 569 (est 568; prev 563) - Rotary Oil Rigs: 467 (est 464; prev 461) - Rotary Gas Rigs: 102 (est 103; prev 102)

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By Naveen Thukral SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Oil rebounded from a weak start on Tuesday as worries over tight inventories underpinned prices, although optimism was limited by fears over demand following a pickup in COVID-19 cases in Europe. Brent futures added 96 cents, or 1.2%, to $83.01 a barrel, as of 0712 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude climbed 80 cents, or 1%, to $81.68 a barrel. "At these oil prices, supply is going to grow but it might take six months and inventories have come down so low. We don't have a safety margin," said Tony Nunan, a Tokyo-based senior risk manager at Mitsubishi Corp. "We have very low inventory levels and if we have a very cold winter and OPEC is still sluggish at increasing supplies that could push oil prices up." Global oil markets remain very tight and heavily backwardated as demand returns to pre-pandemic levels, Trafigura's Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Weir said. "We are seeing a very, very tight oil market but it's not artificially tight because of what OPEC is doing. Demand is there," Weir said at the FT Commodities Asia Summit. Russian crude grades sold in Asia fetched the highest spot premiums in 22 months for cargoes loading in January, extending gains for a fourth straight month as robust demand and firm refining margins support prices, trade sources said on Tuesday. Still, worries about demand destruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic weighed. Europe has again become the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting some governments to consider re-imposing lockdowns, while China is battling the spread of its biggest outbreak caused by the Delta variant. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) last week cut its world oil demand forecast for the fourth quarter by 330,000 barrels per day (bpd) from last month's forecast, as high energy prices hampered economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Fears of declining demand come as supplies are expected to rise. Last week, U.S. energy firms added oil and natural gas rigs for a third week in a row, encouraged by a 65% increase in U.S. crude prices so far this year. [RIG/U] U.S. shale production in December is expected to reach pre-pandemic levels of 8.68 million barrels a day, according to Rystad Energy. Money managers raised their net long U.S. crude futures and options positions in the week to Nov. 9, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said on Monday. The speculator group raised its futures and options position in New York and London by 11,328 contracts to 353,807 during the period.

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U.S. futures are edging higher, looking to add to the gains from Thursday, but major averages remain on track to snap their 5-week winning streak after a sharp pullback Wednesday off all-time highs due to rising inflation fears renewed concerns the economy is going to quick too fast and the Fed may need to “pump the brakes” sooner than later with interest rate hikes (fed fund futures now pointing to a June ’22 star). The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq ended higher on Thursday, boosted by chipmakers after high inflation numbers dampened investor sentiment and put the brakes on a streak of record closing highs. U.S. Treasury bond yields remain calm after reopening (closed yesterday for Veteran’s Day), with the 10-year yield still under 1.6%. European stocks were steady with U.S. futures, while Asian shares rose at the end of a volatile week. Meanwhile, U.S. officials have warned European Union counterparts that Russia may be weighing a potential invasion of Ukraine, according to multiple people familiar with the matter. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 1.1% to 29,609, the Shanghai Index gained +0.18% to 3,539, and the Hang Seng Index gained about 0.32% to settle at 25,327. In Europe, the German DAX is up about +0.2% to 16,110, while the FTSE 100 is down roughly-0.4% at 7,350. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 2.56 points, or 0.06%, to 4,649.27 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -158.71 points, or 0.44%, to 35,921.23 The Nasdaq Composite jumped 81.58 points, or 0.52%, to 15,704.28 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 19.56 points, or 0.82% to 2,409.14 Events Calendar for Today 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Confidence, Nov-P 10:00 AM ET JOLTs Job Openings for September 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: BKKT, EMAN, HYZN, MOTS, MRAM, NXTD, PLXP, ROLL, SOHO, SPB, TH, VIVO Other Key Events: American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases Meeting, 11/12-11/15 ($virtual) American Academy of Ophthalmology 2021 Conference, 11/12-11/15, New Orleans Baird 51st Annual Global Industrial Conference, 11/9-11/12 ($virtual) Jefferies 2nd Annual Global Interactive Entertainment Conference, 11/11-11/12 ($virtual) Morgan Stanley Global Chemicals, Agriculture & Packaging Conference, 11/10-11/12 ($virtual) REITWorld 2021 Annual Conference, 11/9-11/12 ($virtual) Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer, 11/10-11/14, in Washington D.C. World News The U.S. has warned that Russian forces are amassing near the Ukrainian border. The U.S. has sounded the alarm, warned EU allies that Moscow may be planning to invade Ukraine, though Russia said the military deployments are on its territory and denies any aggressive intentions Eurozone Sept Industrial Production beat: -0.2% m/m vs -0.5% consensus, 5.2% y/y vs 4.1% consensus German Oct Wholesale Prices higher: 1.6% m/m vs 0.8% previous, 15.2% y/y vs 13.2% previous **Sector News Breakdown** **Consumer** Blink Charging ($BLNK) 3Q EPS ($0.36) vs est. ($0.29) on revs $6.4Mm vs est. $4.7Mm, says 3,016 charging stations contracted or sold in 3Q +351% YoY Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) Q3 EPS ($0.54) vs est. ($0.59); now expect commercial production and deliveries of its Endurance pickup truck will begin in Q3 of 2022 Volkswagen AG ($VWAGY) reports October global sales slumped 33.5% to 600,900 vehicles; YTD global sales up 2% to 7.55M vehicles; China sales slipped 37.2% to 236,500 vehicles for the month. **Energy, Industrials and Materials** Astra Space, Inc., ($ASTR) Q3 EPS ($6c) vs est. ($16c), adj EBITDA ($32.9M) vs est. ($33.5M); preparing to perform a test launch for the SpaceForce in coming week or so, subject to readiness of launch conditions; sees Q4 adj EBITDA ($44M)-($40M) vs est. ($33.7M) Ballard Power Systems ($BLDP) agrees to buy 100% of Arcola Energy, a UK-based systems engineering company specializing in hydrogen fuel cell powertrain and vehicle systems integration for total upfront and earn-out cash and share consideration of up to $40M Sundial Growers ($SNDL) rises after the Canadian cannabis producer announced a $100m share buyback alongside quarterly results **Healthcare** Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) plans to split into two companies, according to the WSJ. The company’s consumer division, which includes Band-Aid and Tylenol, will be separated from the pharmaceutical and medical-devices businesses under the plan, according to the report. J&J will shed its consumer division in 18 to 24 months Biogen Inc’s ($BIIB) said late-stage studies found that its Alzheimer’s drug Aduhelm significantly lowered blood levels of an abnormal form of the protein tau. Tau forms toxic tangles of nerve fibers associated with the mind-wasting disease and is a target of experimental Alzheimer’s drug AstraZeneca ($AZN) Q3 core Ebit of $2.28 billion was 14% below consensus, reflecting a lower gross margin while sales were 1% below consensus, with many key growth drivers shy of expectations Co-Diagnostics ($CODX) Q3 EPS $0.38 vs. est. $0.21; Q3 revs $30.1M vs. est. $24.32M; guides FY21 EPS $1.07-$1.16 vs. est. $0.98; sees FY21 revenue $96.0M-$100.0M vs. est. $95.21M. **Technology, Media & Telecom** Luminar Technologies Inc. ($LAZR) 3Q adj EPS ($0.10) vs est. ($0.10) on revs $8Mm vs est. $8.9Mm; Cash, Cash Equivalents and Marketable Securities were $544.9M as of September 30, 2021, putting the company on track to meet its goal of ending the year with more cash than starting cash of $485.7M Phunware ($PHUN) 3Q EPS $0.01 vs est. ($0.04) on revs $2.2Mm vs est. $2.3Mm; says raised more than $65Mm and now holds approx 129 Bitcoin, committed to growing and digital currency holdings in future; says expect to add decentralized finance (defi) to corporate treasury activities

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@EricV #ivtrades
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$RIG don't seem to move

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$RIG is an undervalued stock.....P/B ratio <1

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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$RIG= mercenary offshore drilling. They issued high yield bond madurity Dec2021 at 8.21%.....Focus on this mercenary platform oil and gas drilling

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Friday, November 5, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 12.00 0.03% 36,021 S&P 500 10.25 0.23% 4,684 Nasdaq 82.50 0.51% 16,413 Stock futures are looking higher, with the tech heavy Nasdaq futures leading up +0.5%, trying to make it a 10th straight day of advances for the Composite ahead of key economic data. The monthly nonfarm payroll report for October is coming up later this morning, with an estimate for 450K jobs added, 400K added for private payrolls, 27K added for manufacturing and an unemployment rate to drop to 4.7% from 4.8% prior. Regardless of the data outcome, the Fed earlier this week announced it will start tapering its monthly $120B bond purchases by $15B in November and another $15B in December, also saying comparable decreases in pace are likely each month but they are willing to adapt if necessary. Stocks are looking to build on the momentous surge it has seen over the last two weeks, as the S&P 500 is on pace for its third straight year of 15%+ price gains, that would be just the second time that’s happened since 1928, according to Bespoke Investment. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both closed at record high levels on Thursday, powered by double-digit percentage gains chipmakers Qualcomm and Nvidia. Qualcomm surged nearly 13% after the company provided a stronger than expected outlook, fueled by soaring demand for chips used in phones, cars and other internet-connected devices. Note the S&P 500 and Nasdaq’s have now set record high closes for six straight sessions. On the downside, the financials index sank Thursday as Treasury yields extended their tumble. With Thursday’s gains, the S&P 500 is up almost 25% in 2021 and the Nasdaq has gained nearly 24%. The Philadelphia chip index (SOX) jumped 3.5% for the session and it is now up 33% year to date. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -0.6% to 29,611, the Shanghai Index dropped -1% to 3,491 and the Hang Seng Index declined -1.4% or over 3250 points to 24,879. In Europe, the German DAX is up slightly at 16,040, while the FTSE 100 gains roughly 0.5% to trade above the 7,300 level in another good week for European markets. Oil prices are bouncing after yesterday’s drop, Bitcoin stays above $61K and Treasury yields remain depressed. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index climbed 19.49 points, or 0.42%, to 4,680.06 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -33.35 points, or 0.09%, to 36,124.23 The Nasdaq Composite spiked 128.72 points, or 0.81%, to 15,940.31 The Russell 2000 Index slipped -1.85 points, or 0.08% to 2,402.43 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Nonfarm Payrolls for October…est. 450K 8:30 AM ET Private Payrolls for October…est. 400K 8:30 AM ET Manufacturing Payrolls for October…est. 27K 8:30 AM ET Unemployment Rate for October…est. 4.7% 8:30 AM ET Average Hourly Earnings for October…est. 0.4% 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data 3:00 AM ET Consumer Credit for September Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AMR, AXL, CLMT, CNK, D, DKNG, DOC, ECOL, EOG, ESNT, FET, FLR, GCI, GRPN, GT, HE, JCI, KIM, MMI, MOG/A, NOG, RGA, SRE, SSP, TEN, TILE, TUSK, VTR, VST Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.85 79.66 Brent 0.51 81.05 Gold 1.50 1,793.50 EUR/USD -0.0021 1.1531 JPY/USD 0.08 113.86 10-Year Note +0.008 1.532% Sector News Breakdown Consumer B&G Foods (BGS) Q3 adj EPS $0.55, in-line with ests; Q3 revs $515M vs. est. $489.64M; reaffirms FY21 revenue view $2.05B-$2.1B and sees FY21 adjusted EBITDA $358M-$365M Floor & Decor (FND) Q3 EPS $0.69 vs. est. $0.57; Q3 revs rose 28% to $876.6M vs. est. $856.74M; said Q3 comp sales rose 10.9% Yoy Funko (FNKO) Q3 adj EPS $0.39 vs est. $0.27 on sales $267.7M vs est. $240.7M; DTC sales +88% YoY, now account for 11% of net sales; sees FY21 adj EPS $1.20-$1.31 vs est. $1.15 on sales $950M-$975M vs est. $922.1M GoPro (GPRO) Q3 adj EPS $0.34 vs est. $0.20 on revenue $316.7M vs est. $292.2M, adj EBITDA $60.4M vs est. $39.8M; subscriber count 1.34M, +168% YoY; avg selling price $381, +25% YoY Monster Beverage (MNST) 3Q EPS $0.63 vs est. $0.67 on sales $1.41B vs est. $1.4B Peloton (PTON) shares plunge 30%; 1Q EPS ($1.25) vs est. ($1.07) on revs $805.2Mm vs est. $810.7Mm, 1Q connected fitness subs +87% to 2.49Mm and paid digital subs +74% to 887K; guides 2Q revs about $1.1-1.2B vs est. $1.5B, sees FY revs $4.4-4.8B vs est. $5.4B Shake Shack (SHAK) Q3 adj EPS (5c) vs est. (6c) on revenue $193.9M vs est. $197.5M, same-store sales +24.8%; sees Q4 revenue $193.5M-$200M vs est. $202.1M; Uber Technologies (UBER) Q4 EPS loss (-$1.28) vs. est. loss (-$0.33); qtrly revenue grew 72% yoy to$4.8 billion, or 69% on a constant currency basis; qtrly gross bookings reached an all-time high of $23.1 bln, up 57% YoY; airport gross bookings mix in U.S. has reverted back to pre-covid levels while approaching 12% to 13% of global mobility gross bookings; for the first time in 2021, demand recovery is in balance with supply recovery; beginning to rapidly build non-restaurant food delivery offerings in 2021 WW Inc. (WW) Q3 EPS $0.65 vs. est. $0.73; Q3 revs $293.5M vs. est. $314.12M; ends Q3 with subscribers of 4.5M; sees FY21 GAAP EPS 80c-90c below consensus $1.65; sees FY21 revs modestly above $1.2B vs. est. $1.29B The Real Good Food Company (RGF)333M share IPO priced at $12.00 Energy Delek (DK) Q3 adj EPS $0.13 vs. est. loss (-$0.35); Q3 revs $2.96B vs. est. $2.55B; refining contribution margin increased to $91.4 mln in q3 2021 from negative $17.8M in Q3; midstream remains resilient with dkl on-track to deliver a 5% distribution increase on a full-year basis EOG Resources (EOG) Q3 adj EPS $2.16 vs. est. $2.04; Q3 revs $4.77B vs. est. $4.53B; qtrly total company crude oil production of 449,500 boed; increased regular dividend 82% to an indicated annual rate of $3.00 per share; Generated $1.4 billion of free cash flow; capital expenditures near low end of guidance range driven by sustainable cost reductions First Solar (FSLR) 3Q EPS $0.42 vs est. $0.59 on revs $584Mm vs est. $685Mm; guides FY net sales $2.875-3.1B vs est. $2.9B, sees FY EPS $4.00-4.60 vs est. $4.15 Occidental Petroleum (OXY) Q3 EPS $0.87 vs. est. $0.66; Q3 revs $6.81B vs. est. $6.55B; total average production from continuing operations of 1,160 thousand of barrels of oil equivalent per day for q3; in qtr, average worldwide realized crude oil prices increased by about 7% from prior qtr to $68.74 per barrel SunRun (RUN) Q3 EPS $0.11 vs. est. $0.01; Q3 revs $438.8M vs. est. $414.3M; Customer Additions of 30,698 in Q3, Bringing Total Customers to 630,441, 20% year-over-year growth in Customers pro-forma for Vivint Solar; Net Subscriber Value of $7,605 in Q3, an increase of $2,031 from Q2; Annual Recurring Revenue of $787 Million with Average Contract Life Remaining of 17.3 years Financials AIG Inc. (AIG) Q3 adj eps $0.97 vs. est. $0.89; qtrly total general insurance net premiums written increased 11% to $6.6 billion from prior year quarter; qtrly total general insurance underwriting income was $20 mln compared to an underwriting loss of $423 million in prior year quarter; qtrly general insurance APTI increased by $395 million to $811 million from prior year quarter CubeSmart (CUBE) 3Q adj FFO/shr $0.56 vs est. $0.53, qtrly same-store occupancy averaged 95.6% and ended qtr at 94.8%; guides Fy adj FFO/shr $2.09-2.10 vs est. $2.04 Redfin (RDFN) 3Q EPS ($0.20) vs est. ($0.19) on revs $540Mm vs est. $534.9Mm; guides 4Q revs $585-606Mm vs est. $503.4Mm Green Dot (GDOT) Q3 adj EPS $0.43 vs est. $0.37 on revenue $339.5M vs est. $304.8B; now sees FY adj EPS $2.19-$2.27 from $2.13-$2.27, revenue $1.37B-$1.38B from $1.33B-$1.35B Rocket Co’s (RKT) Q3 adj EPS $0.57 vs est. $0.48 on revenue $3.12B vs est. $2.93B; closed loan volume $88B, gain on sale margin of 3.05%, both of which exceed guidance; sees Q4 closed loan volume $75B-$80B, net rate lock volume $71B-$78B Square Inc. (SQ) Q3 adj EPS $0.37 vs. est. $0.39; Q3 revs $3.84B below est. $4.52B; excluding bitcoin, total net revenue in the third quarter was $2.03 billion, up 45% YoY; bitcoin rev was $1.81 bln in q3, up 11%; bitcoin gross profit was only $42 mln, or about 2% of bitcoin revenue; transaction-based revenue was $1.30 billion in Q3, up 40% YoY; processed $45.4 billion in GPV in Q3 of 2021, up 43% YoY; cash app delivered strong growth, generating $2.39 billion of revenue Monmouth Real Estate (MNR) to be acquired by ILPT for $21.00 per share, or $4B Healthcare Endo Pharma (ENDP) 3Q adj EPS $0.80 vs est. $0.48 on revs $772Mm vs est. $669.7Mm; guides FY revs $2.9-2.94B vs est. $2.79B, sees FY adj EPS $2.80-2.85 vs est. $2.33 Illumina (ILMN) Q3 adj EPS $1.45 vs. est. $1.14; Q3 revs $1.108B vs. est. $1.05B; raises FY rev guidance as expects both consolidated and core Illumina rev growth of about 36% for fy21 Insulet (PODD) 3Q EPS $0.18 vs est. $0.24 on revs $275.6Mm; guides FY revs to +18-20% vs est. +19.9% iRhythm Technologies, Inc. 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Monday, November 1, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 159.00 0.45% 35,863 S&P 500 20.25 0.44% 4,617 Nasdaq 65.50 0.41% 15,904 Another day, another record for U.S. averages with the S&P, Dow and Nasdaq looking to add to October gains and kick off the new trading month off strong. Materials and some consumer products are getting a boost after the U.S. and European Union reached a trade truce on steel and aluminum tariffs over the weekend. The two sides were working hard to reach a deal before Dec. 1, when the European retaliatory tariffs were set to double; the 25% tariffs will apply to EU exports beyond 3.3 million tons, Bloomberg reported. The EU agreed to drop retaliatory tariffs on U.S. motorcycles, jeans and bourbon whiskey per Bloomberg (shares of names like HOG looking higher). Earnings optimism also continues to offset concern over a near-term move on tapering from the Federal Reserve that could add to signals of slowing growth in the supply chain-snarled economy, ahead of the FOMC meeting later this week. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 2.6% or over 750 points to 29,647, the Shanghai Index slipped a few points to 3,544 and the Hang Seng Index dropped -0.88% or over 200 points to 25,154. In Europe, the German DAX is up about 135 points to 15,825, while the FTSE 100 gains +0.5% to 7,275. After posting the worst monthly returns since March 2020 in September, it was a rip fest in October as the S&P 500 500 gains 6.9%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbs 5.8%, the Nasdaq Composite adds 7.3% and the Russell 2000 jumps 4.2%. The S&P 500, Dow register 4-straight weeks of gains for the first time since mid-April, Nasdaq notches first 4-week advance since June. As for last week, the S&P 500 gains 1.33%, the Dow rose 0.4% and Nasdaq added 2.71%. overall Friday, the U.S. stock market set another round of record highs as Wall Street looked past disappointing results from major companies Apple and Amazon to wrap up its best month of the year. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 8.96 points, or 0.19%, to 4,605.38 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 89.06 points, or 0.25%, to 35,819.56 The Nasdaq Composite climbed 50.29 points, or 0.33%, to 15,498.39 The Russell 2000 Index slipped -0.79 points, or 0.03% to 2,297.19 Events Calendar for Today 10:00 AM ET Construction Spending for September 10:00 AM ET ISM Manufacturing PMI for October Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AMG, BEN, CNA, ENBL, IVAC, JELD, L, OIS, ON, PCG, SXC, TKR Earnings After the Close: ADC, ADTN, ADUS, ANET, APEN, BNL, BRKR, BRX, BWXT, CACC, CAR, CHGG, CLX, CRUS, CSWC, CURO, EPRT, EVER, FANG, GXO, HLIT, HOLX, IPI, KFRC, KMT, LEG, LXU, MCK, MOS, NBIX, NSP, O, OTTR, PLOW, PSA, RHP, RIG, RMBS, SBAC, SKT, SOI, SPG, TA, TTI, UAN, UNVR, VNO, VNOM, VRNS, WMB, ZI Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.50 84.07 Brent 0.83 84.55 Gold 4.40 1,790.30 EUR/USD -0.0009 1.1570 JPY/USD 0.18 114.17 10-Year Note +0.023 1.579% World News China’s official manufacturing purchasing managers’ index fell to 49.2, the National Bureau of Statistics said Sunday, the second month it was below the key 50-mark that is between expansion and contraction The U.K. and France have agreed to de-escalate their spat over Brexit and fishing rights following a meeting between French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit of leaders in Rome Sector News Breakdown Consumer Barron’s took a deep dive into the roads automakers and their suppliers are taking to build a better battery. Raw materials have gotten an upgrade to shorten the supply chain and boost performance. Tesla ($TSLA) has switched to nickel as a substitute for scarcer cobalt, while General Motors ($GM) has sought out alternatives to graphite since its mostly mined in China, Barron’s said. Companies that benefit from revamped supply chains will be the best investment, Albemarle ($ALB), for instance, supplies about one-third of the world’s lithium. Battery capacity will need to jump fourfold by the next few years, according to Barron’s NVR Corp. ($NVR) mentioned positively in Barron’s noting the stock has been flat in recent months and KeyBanc’s analyst said he saw diminished earnings momentum but still kept a $5,450 price target on the stock, an 11% premium over Friday’s close, and for the first time this year, a company insider recently made an open-market buy Bally’s Corporation ($BALY) submitted a proposal to Chicago to develop and operate the $1.6 billion Bally’s Chicago, an entertainment destination resort. Li Auto ($LI) has delivered 7,649 Li ONEs, up 107.2% year over year; as of October 31, 2021, the year-to-date and cumulative deliveries of Li ONEs reached 62,919 and 96,516 respectively. Nio ($NIO) said it delivered 3,667 vehicles in October 2021, representing a decrease of 27.5% year-over-year. XPeng ($XPEV) said monthly deliveries in October 2021 of 10,138 Smart EVs, representing an increase of 233% Y/Y and a 2.6% decline over last month Wynn Resorts ($WYNN), Melco Gaming (MLCO): Macau’s gaming bureau reported October gross revenue from games of fortune in the region decreased 40% year-over-year to 4.365B patacas. Stanley Black & Decker ($SWK) downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at Bank America Energy, Industrials and Materials The U.S. and the European Union have announced a deal at the G20 summit in Rome to ease U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum totaling more than $10B of E.U. exports each year, removing one of the most significant trade disputes from the Trump administration’s levies imposed in 2018 Deere ($DE) said it reached a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers (UAW) two weeks after more than 10K workers at 14 plants went on strike. The deal, reached after 90% of union members rejected the first tentative agreement, “contains enhanced economic gains and continues to provide the highest quality healthcare benefits in the industry,” the UAW said. China’s Ganfeng Lithium Co Ltd and its unit GFL International Co Ltd have signed a contract to supply battery-grade lithium products to U.S. electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla Inc ($TSLA) Financials Barclays PLC ($BCS) CEO Jess Staley was asked to step down Monday following an investigation by U.K. regulators into his relationship with convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein. Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority said Staley, 64, told regulators and the bank that his relationship with Epstein ended in 2015. CNA Financial ($CNA) Q3 core EPS 87c vs. est. 60c; posted record underlying combined ratio of 91.1%, double-digit gross written premium growth across all of our P&C business segments and excellent new business growth of 24% Healthcare Moderna ($MRNA) announced that the FDA informed it on Friday that the agency required additional time to review the company’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) request for COVID-19 vaccine for use in those aged 12 – 17 years. Regulators told Moderna that the analysis may not be completed until January Novavax ($NVAX) files for covid-19 vaccine authorization with health Canada and completes submission for rolling review to European medicines agency Tilray ($TLRY) downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at Cantor Fitzgerald and cut tgt to $11.80 from $18.00 LianBio ($LIAN)3M share IPO priced at $16.00 Technology, Media & Telecom Madison Square Garden Sports ($MSGS) MSG Entertainment $(MSGE) and AMC Networks ($AMCX) are at inexpensive prices according to Barron’s. Online sports gambling, due to start in New York in the next few months, looks like a big plus for both MSG Sports and MSG Entertainment because of advertising, fan engagement, and a potential sports book in Madison Square Garden Pearson Plc ($PSO) may see increased pressure from Europe’s largest activist pressure as the company works to convince holders about a turnaround under CEO Andy Bird, according to a Telegraph report. Activist Cevian Capital now owns 8.5% of Pearson and is the company’s second largest investor, the Telegraph reported. https://bit.ly/3muoDGw Cinemark Holdings Inc. ($CNK) and IMAX Corp. (IMAX) time to shine said Barron’s noting IMAX had its best October on record thanks to “Dune” and other films. Meanwhile, “Cinemark’s 3Q results should show further signs of improvement as the business steadily builds momentum,” writes MKM analyst Eric Handler. AMC Entertainment ($AMC) claimed that the domestic industry box office for October 2021 is estimated to come in considerably higher than that of any previous month since February of 2020. TripAdvisor ($TRIP) downgraded to Underweight from Overweight at Barclays and cut tgt to $30 from $49

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Friday, October 29, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -45.00 0.13% 35,568 S&P 500 -22.25 0.49% 4,565 Nasdaq -139.50 0.88% 15,625 After trading to all-time highs Thursday for the S&P 500, Dow Jones, and Nasdaq Composite (and a 2% gain for the Russell 2000 as well) on strong earnings as well as positive developments on the spending bill in Washington, futures are pulling back. Shares of tech and retail giants Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN) are lower by 3% and 4% respectively after AAPL’s iPhone and overall revs miss for the quarter and AMZN drops on a Q3 revs miss, lower op income and lower guidance, sending Nasdaq Futures lower by about 1%. Investor sentiment is also starting to turn cautious amid the steady stream of corporate warnings on inflationary pressures and supply chain woes. Big day of inflation data with the personal spending and income for Sept and PCE inflation data expected at 8:30 AM. The 10-year Treasury yield is up around 1.61%, recovering off mid-week lows around the mid 1.5% level. Bitcoin prices are lower holding around the $60K level while oil futures are on track to snap their 8-week winning streak. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rises 0.25% to 28,890, the Shanghai Index gains 0.8% to 3,547, and the Hang Seng Index falls =0.7% to 25,377. In Europe, the German DAX is lower -1.2% to 15,500, while the FTSE 100 down -0.5% at 7,210. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 44.74 points, or 0.98%, to 4,596.42 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 239.79 points, or 0.68%, to 35,730.48 The Nasdaq Composite surged 212.28 points, or 1.39%, to 15,448.12 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 45.49 points, or 2.02% to 2,297.98 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Personal Income for September…est. (-0.2%) 8:30 AM ET Personal Spending for September…prior +0.4% 8:30 AM ET PCE Price Index MoM for September 8:30 AM ET PCE Price Index YoY for September 8:30 AM ET Core PCE Price Index MoM for September…est. +0.2% 8:30 AM ET Core PCE Price Index YoY for September…est. +3.7% 9:45 AM ET Chicago PMI for October…est. 63.5 (prior 64.7) 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Confidence, Oct-F…est. 71.4 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ABBV, AON, B, BAH, CERN, CHD, CHTR, CL, COWN, CVX, DCOM, HUN, IRMD, LHX, PIPR, POR, PSX, PSXP, RUTH, WY, XOM Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.34 83.15 Brent 0.37 84.69 Gold -2.95 1,795.95 EUR/USD -0.0029 1.1652 JPY/USD 0.19 113.76 10-Year Note +0.041 1.61% Sector News Breakdown Consumer com (AMZN) shares fall -3%; 3Q EPS $6.12 vs est. $8.92 on sales $110.8B vs est. $111.6B, AWS net sales $16.11B; guides 4Q sales $130-140B vs est. $142B; sees q4 operating income is expected to be between $0 and $3.0 bln, compared with $6.9 bln in q4 2020; in q4, expect to incur several bln dollars of additional costs in consumer business as we manage through labor supply shortages Starbucks (SBUX) Q4 EPS $1.00 vs. est. $0.99; Q4 revs rose 31% to $8.1B vs. est. $8.21B; commits to $20 bln of share repurchases and dividends over next three years; qtrly active Starbucks rewards membership in U.S. approaches 25 mln, up 28% YoY; qtrly comp store sales of 17% globally; qtrly international comp store sales grew 3%; qtrly comp store sales of 22% in U.S.; comp store sales decreased 7% in China Columbia Sportswear (COLM) 3Q EPS $1.52 vs est. $1.33 on revs $804.7Mm vs est. $862Mm; qtrly inventory -7%; guides FY net sales +21.5-23% vs prior +25-26.5% and est. +26.5%, sees FY EPS $4.55-4.80 vs est. $4.65; says believe can achieve mid-teens or better net sales growth in 2022 vs est. +10% Decker’s Outdoors (DECK) 2Q EPS $3.66 vs est. $4.00 on sales $721.9Mm vs est. $765.9Mm, comps +1%; sees FY EPS $14.15-15.15 vs est. $15.15; Gross margin was 50.9% compared to 51.2% for the same period last year; Decker’s also said: UGG(R) brand net sales for the second quarter increased 8.0% to $448.4 million compared to $415.1 million for the same period last year. HOKA(R) brand net sales for the second quarter increased 47.0% to $210.4 million compared to $143.1 million for the same period last year. Teva(R) brand net sales for the second quarter increased 4.0% to $28.8 million compared to $27.7 million for the same period last year. Frontdoor (FTDR) 3Q EPS $0.89 vs est. $0.68 on revs $471Mm vs est. $476.5Mm; guides 4Q revs $330-340Mm vs est. $347.7Mm, sees FY revs $1.59-1.6B vs est. $1.62B Mohawk Industries (MHK) Q3 adj EPS $3.95 vs. est. $3.81; Q3 revs $2.817B vs. est. $2.9B; guides Q4 EPS $2.80-$2.90 vs. est. $3.23 Skecher’s (SKX) Q3 EPS $0.66 vs. est. $0.73; Q3 sales rose 19.2% to $1.55B vs. est. $1.63B; guides Q4 EPS $0.28-$0.33 vs. est. $0.34 and year EPS view cut to $2.45-$2.50 from $2.55-$2.65; cuts FY21 revenue view to $6.15B-$6.2B from $6.15B-$6.25B; Direct-to-Consumer sales grew 44.1% and wholesale sales grew 10.5% SkyWest (SKYW) 3Q adj EPS $1.45 vs est. $0.70 on revs $745Mm vs est. $687.7Mm; says experienced a severe outage in October resulting in about 1,700 flight cancelations and expect may impact 4Q results from $15-20Mm pre-tax; Texas Roadhouse (TXRH) Q3 EPS $0.75 vs est. $0.81 on revenue $869.9M vs est. $869.4M; comp sales +30.2% vs 3Q20, +22.3% vs 2019, partially offset by higher food/beverage costs with commodity inflation 13.9% driven by higher beef prices; sees positive comp sales in FY22, commodity cost inflation in high-teens in 1H22 Energy Chevron (CVX) Q3 adj EPS $2.96 vs. est. $2.21; Q3 revs $43B vs. est. $40.52B; posted net income of $6.11B vs. a loss of $207M a year ago; said Q3 average sales price per barrel of crude oil and natural gas liquids was $58, vs $31 a year earlier Dril-Quip (DRQ) 3Q EPS ($0.31) vs est. ($0.14) on revs $83Mm vs est. $85.6Mm, sees 4Q bookings at high end of $40-60Mm range (unchanged from prior view) First Energy (FE) Q3 adj EPS $0.82 vs. est. $0.79; Q3 revs $3.1B in-line with ests; raises FY21 adj EPS view to $2.55-$2.65 from $2.40-$2.60 (est. $2.54) SM Energy (SM) Q3 EPS $0.69 vs. est. $0.13; Q3 revs $760.24M vs. est. $510.61M; Q3 Production was 14.3 MMBoe (155.8 MBoe/d) and was 56% oil; the Company is increasing guidance for 2021 production volumes to 49.5-50.0 MMBoe (135.6-137.0 MBoe/d) Financials Hartford Financial (HIG) Q3 core EPS $1.26 vs. est. $0.86; Net income ROE for the trailing 12-month period ended Sept. 30, 2021 was 12.3% and core earnings ROE* for the same period was 12.5%; the Commercial Lines combined ratio was 101.2 in third quarter 2021 with an underlying combined ratio* of 87.2, a 6.5-point improvement YoY LPL Financial (LPLA) Q3 EPS $1.77 vs est. $1.75 on revenue $2.02B vs est. $2.05B; total advisory and brokerage assets $1.13 trillion (+40% YoY), organic net new assets $27B (+10% annualized) in the qtr, $110B over past 12-months (+14% annualized) Riley Financial (RILY) announced a $4 dividend, composed of a $3 special one-time payout and a doubling of its regular quarterly dividend to $1 Healthcare 4D Molecular (FDMT)75M share Secondary priced at $25.00 AirSculpt Technologies (AIRS) 7M share IPO priced at $11.00 Aura Biosciences (AURA) 5M share IPO priced at $14.00 Entrada Therapeutics (TRDA)075M share IPO priced at $20.00 Sonendo (SONX)8M share IPO priced at $12.00 Valneva (VALN)5M share Secondary priced at $39.42 Acadia Healthcare (ACHC) Q3 adj EPS in-line at $0.72; Q3 revs $587.6M vs. est. $590.9M; Q3 same facility revenue increased 7.9% YoY, including an increase in revenue per patient day of 5.6% and an increase in patient days of 2.2%; same facility adjusted EBITDA margin was 29.0%; narrowed 2021 revenue to $2.295B-$2.315B vs. est. $2.31B CareDX (CDNA) Q3 adj EPS 7c vs est. 1c on revenue $75.6M vs est. $74M; raised FY21 revenue forecast to $290M-$293M from $280M-$290M DaVita Inc. (DVA) 3Q EPS $2.36 vs est. $2.25 on revs $2.94B, says US dialysis treatments averaged 94,509/day; guides FY adj EPS $8.80-9.15 vs est. $9.19 Dexcom (DXCM) Q3 EPS $0.71 vs. est. $0.63; Q3 revs $650.2M vs. est. $617.82; Based on the strong third quarter results, Dexcom is increasing its guidance for fiscal year 2021 revenue, Non-GAAP gross profit margin, Non-GAAP operating margin, and Adjusted EBITDA margin Gilead Sciences (GILD) 3Q adj EPS $2.65 vs est. $1.75 on revs $7.4B vs est. $6.3B; guides FY total product sales $26-26.3B vs est. $25.14B (sees $21.5B ex Veklury); guides FY adj EPS $7.90-8.10 vs est. $7.19 Nextgen health (NXGN) 2Q adj EPS $0.29 vs est. $0.23 on revs $149.3Mm vs est. $143.4Mm; guides FY revs $584-590Mm vs est. $582.4Mm, sees FY adj EPS $0.90-0.96 vs est. $0.93; says may repurchase up to $60Mm of its outstanding shares through March 2023 PTC Therapeutics (PTCT) Q3 EPS loss ($1.89) vs. est. loss ($1.40); Q3 revs $139M vs. est. $126.44M; raises FY21 rev view for DMD franchise to $400M-$420M from $370M-$390M and narrows R&D and SG&A expenses to $815M-$835M from $825M-$855M. ResMed (RMD) 1Q EPS $1.39 vs est. $1.36 on revs $904Mm vs est. $860.9Mm Seagen (SGEN) Q3 EPS ($1.61) vs est. $(0.58) on revenue $424.1M vs est. $383.1M, total net product sales $366.5M (+37% YoY) Stryker (SYK) Q3 adj EPS $2.20 vs. est. $2.28; Q3 revs $4.16B vs. est. $4.23B; Q3 organic net sales increased 4.5%; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $9.08-$9.15 from $8.80-$9.20 (est. $9.30); said now expect 2021 organic net sales growth to be in the range of 7% to 8% from 2019 Industrials & Materials Eastman Chemical (EMN) 3Q adj EPS $2.46 vs est. $2.46 on revs $2.72B vs est. $2.6B; guides FY EPS $8.80-9.00 vs est. $9.09, sees FY FCF about $1.1B; says implementing price increases across specialty product lines to offset higher costs, expect to be caught up in early 2022 Ecolab (ECL) to acquire Purolite, a leading global provider of fast-growing, high value separation and purification solutions to life sciences and critical industrial markets; Ecolab to pay approximately $3.7 billion in cash Fortive (FTV) Q3 adj EPS $0.66 vs. est. $0.65; Q3 revs $1.3B vs. est. $1.32B; raises FY21 adj EPS view to $2.70-$2.75 from $2.65-$2.75 (est. $2.72); said Delivered significant margin improvement, strong adjusted operating margin expansion and robust cash flow growth Hub Group (HUBG) Q3 EPS $1.28 vs est. $1.10 on in-line revs $1.08B; raises FY21 EPS $3.90-$4 from $3.50-$3.70 vs est. $3.66, still sees rev growth in the high-teens Huntington Ingalls (HII) 2Q adj EPS $1.71 vs est. $1.17 on revs $537Mm vs est. $375.6Mm L3Harris Technologies (LHX) raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $12.85-$13.00 from $12.80-$13.00 and lowers FY21 revenue view to approximately $17.9B from $18.1B-$18.5B Mercer Int’l (MERC) 3Q EPS $1.04 vs est. $0.83 on revs $469.7Mm vs est. $452.9Mm Polymetal International PLC (POLY) 2Q adj EPS $0.77 vs est. $0.56 on revs $419Mm vs est. $428.4Mm; guides FY adj EPS $2.30-2.70 vs est. $3.10, sees FY revs $1.675-1.725B vs est. $1.8B Republic Service (RSG) 3Q adj EPS $1.11 vs est. $1.05 on revs $2.93B vs est. $2.84B; guides FY adj EPS $4.10-4.13 from prior $4.00-$4.05 and vs est. $4.05 Terex Corp. 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U.S. stock futures looking mixed on the final day of trading for the week, but a much better picture then what it looked like initially overnight following the first night of disappointing earnings overnight as shares of tech companies Intel (INTC) and Snap (SNAP) led the declines. Asia’s subdued risk sentiment gets a surprise boost following a report of Evergrande $83.5M interest payment on an overdue dollar bond. European stocks also rose on Friday after China Evergrande paid a bond coupon before this weekend’s deadline helping boost those markets and lift sentiment. The Nikkei Index rose nearly 100-points to 28,804, the Shanghai Index slipped -0.3% to 3,582, and the Hang Seng Index climbed 109 points to 26,126. In Europe, the German DAX is up over 100 points to 15,585, while the FTSE 100 gains 0.5% to 7,225. The Dow eased from a record high hit on Wednesday, while the Nasdaq paced market gains and the S&P 500 hit a fresh intraday record high thought breadth was somewhat mixed as six of the 11 major S&P 500 sectors finished lower, with energy stocks falling the most. While the majority of earnings thus far to start quarterly earnings (about 20% in for the S&P 500), the potential impact of supply chain disruptions and labor shortages on profits is starting to take center stage this earnings season. IBM tumbled 8.2% after it missed market estimates for quarterly revenue, while Tesla (TSLA helped lift the Nasdaq. The story of the day was Digital World Acquisition Corp (DWAC), the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) that will merge with former President Trump’s social media company, shooting up 356% on Thursday, closing at $45.50 a share. Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits unexpectedly declined to 290,000 last week to pre-pandemic levels, raising expectations the Fed may look to raise rates sooner in 2022 to cool inflation. The CBOE volatility index closed Thursday at 15.01, lowest close since Feb. 19, 2020. Market Closing Prices Yesterday · The S&P 500 Index gained 13.59 points, or 0.30%, to 4,549.78 · The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid -6.26 points, or 0.02%, to 35,603.08 · The Nasdaq Composite surged 94.02 points, or 0.62%, to 15,215.70 · The Russell 2000 Index advanced 6.42 points, or 0.28% to 2,296.18 Events Calendar for Today · 9:45 AM ET Markit Manufacturing PMI-Flash · 9:45 AM ET Markit Services PMI-Flash · 9:45 AM ET Markit Composite PMI-Flash · 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: · Earnings Before the Open: AIMC, AXP, CLFY, CLF, FHB, GNTX, HCA, HON, RF, ROP, SLB, SMPL, STX, VFC World News · The eurozone composite PMI dropped from 56.2 to 54.3 in October, posting its lowest reading in six months; Eurozone Oct Mfg PMI (flash) beat: 58.5 vs 57.0 consensus; EZ Oct Services PMI (flash) missed at 54.7 vs 55.5 consensus · UK Sep Retail Sales missed: -0.2% m/m vs 0.5% cons; -1.3% y/y vs -0.4% consensus; UK Sep Retail Sales ex-autos missed: -0.6% m/m vs 0.5% cons; -2.6% y/y vs -1.7% consensus · German Oct Manufacturing PMI (flash) beat: 58.2 vs 56.5 consensus; German Oct Services PMI (flash) missed: 52.4 vs 55.0 consensus · Bank of England chief economist Pill says that inflation could exceed 5% but likely to fall in 2H of next year, BoE would have a “live” decision on whether to raise interest rates at its November meeting. · GfK consumer confidence dropped 4 points to minus 17 in October as higher inflation and climbing Covid rates weighed on sentiment Sector News Breakdown Consumer · Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. ($CMG) Q3 EPS $7.02 vs. est. $6.32; Q3 revs rise 21.9% to $2.0B vs. est. $1.94B; qtrly comparable restaurant sales increased 15.1%; qtrly digital sales grew 8.6% year over year to $840.4M; Restaurant level operating margin was 23.5% 1, an increase of 400 bps · Boston Beer ($SAM) Q EPS ($4.76) vs est. $4.02 on revs $561.6Mm vs est. $531.5Mm; guides FY depletions and shipments +18-22%, sees national price increase 2-3%, gr margin 40-42%, advertising promo & selling exp increase $80-100Mm · BJ Restaurants ($BJRI) 3Q EPS ($0.09) vs est. $0.11 on revs $282.2Mm vs est. $292.8Mm, comps +41.8% (-0.5% vs 2019); saw rapid food cost inflation hit 3Q restaurant op margins; expects sales to benefit as staffing levels improve; · Mattel Inc. ($MAT) Q3 adj EPS $0.84 vs. est. $0.72; Q3 sales $1.76B vs. est. $1.68B; raises FY21 revenue growth view to up about 15% from 12%-14% and boosts FY21 adj EBITDA view to $900M-$925M from $875M-$900M; qtrly net sales in the N.A. segment increased 12% as reported and gross billings increased 12% as reported; worldwide gross billings for barbie of $555.2 mln, up 4% and for hot wheels of $329.9 mln, up 5% · PriceSmart ($PSMT) 4Q EPS $0.63 vs est. $0.74 on revs $909.6Mm vs est. $879.8Mm; comparable net merchandise sales +10.3% · Whirlpool ($WHR) 3Q adj EPS $6.68 vs est. $6.12 on net sales $5.5B vs est. $5.74B; guides FY net sales +13% vs est. +15.5%, sees FY adj EPS about $26.25 vs est. $26.35 · Robert Half ($RHI) 3Q EPS $1.53 vs est. $1.40 on revs $1.713B vs est. $1.637B; sees Q4 EPS $1.37-$1.47 vs. est. $1.30; sees Q4 revenue $1.655B-$1.735B vs. est. $1.65B · Walmart ($WMT) is offering bitcoin through 200 of its CoinStar kiosks in a tie-up with crypto atm firm CoinMe- CoinDesk reported last night Energy · DMC Global ($BOOM) shares fell -10%; 3Q EPS $0.02 vs est. $0.10 on sales $67.2Mm vs est. $71.5Mm; guides 4Q sales $46-50Mm below est. $73.6Mm · Altus Midstream Company ($ALTM) said it will combine with privately-owned BCP Raptor Holdco LP in an all-stock transaction. BCP is the parent company of EagleClaw Midstream, which includes EagleClaw Midstream Ventures, the Caprock Midstream and Pinnacle Midstream businesses, and a 26.7% interest in the Permian Highway Pipeline. · Southern Co.’s ($SO) Georgia Power adds another three months to the timetable for the Vogtle 3 and 4 nuclear expansion projects; company now projects a Unit 3 in-service date in Q3 2022 and a Unit 4 in-service date in Q2 2023 Financials · Associated Banc-Corp. ($ASB) Q3 EPS $0.56 vs est. $0.44, tangible book value per share $17.58, recovery of credit losses $24M vs est. recovery of $1.68M · Bank Ozk ($OZK) Q3 EPS $1.00 vs. est. $0.97; Q3 total interest income $262.7M versus 268.3M same quarter 2020 · Independent Bank ($INDB) Q3 EPS $1.21 vs. est. $1.02; Total assets of $14.5 billion at September 30, 2021 increased by $339.1 million, or 2.4%, from the prior quarter, and by $1.4 billion, or 10.3%, as compared to the year ago period · SVB Financial ($SIVB) Q3 EPS $6.24 vs. est. $5.04; qtrly net interest income (fully taxable equivalent basis) of $859 million · Western Alliance ($WAL) Q3 EPS $2.28 vs. est. $2.22; Q3 revs $548.5M vs. est. $535.86M; produced highest ever quarterly organic loan growth of $4.8 billion, with deposits also up $3.4 billion (32% annualized), driving a 14.3% increase in PPNR1 during the quarter to $317.1 million · WR Berkley ($WRB) 3Q EPS $1.40 vs est. $0.99 on revs $2.42B vs est. $2.3B; qtrly net premiums written +23.7% Healthcare · Accuray Inc. ($ARAY) preliminary Q1 revs $107.4M vs est. $88.5M, raised FY revenue view to $420M-$427M from $410M-$420M, above est. $415.8M · Metacrine ($MTCR) shares fall -50%; to halt future development of FXR program in NASH; reports interim results for met642 phase 2a trial in patients with NASH and announces a strategic re-prioritization of its clinical development programs; shares downgraded to Hold from Buy at Jefferies, Canaccord and HC Wainwright · Minerva Surgical ($UTRS) 6.25M share IPO priced at $12.00 · Xilio Therapeutics ($XLO) 7.35M share IPO priced at $16.00 · Iveric bio ($ISEE) 9M share Spot Secondary priced at $16.75 · Rite Aid ($RAD) has filed for a mixed securities shelf offering. Industrials & Materials · Honeywell ($HON) Q3 adj EPS $2.02 vs. est. $1.99; Q3 revs $8.47B vs. est. $8.65B; qtrly organic sales grew 8%, led by 38% growth in aerospace commercial aftermarket, 21% growth in safety and productivity solutions; 14% growth in advanced materials within performance materials and technologies; cuts FY21 revenue view to $34.2B-$34.6B from $34.6B-$35.2B (est. $35.1B) and narrows FY21 EPS view to $8.00-$8.10 from $7.95-$8.10 · Carlisle Companies ($CSL) 3Q adj EPS $2.99 vs est. $2.75 on revs $1.3B vs est. $1.27B · Celanese ($CE) Q3 adj EPS $4.82 vs. est. $4.75; Q3 revs $2.3B vs. est. $2.13B; raises full-year outlook; sees Q4 EPS about $4.00 vs. est. $3.97; reported record net sales of $2.3B for the quarter with sequential pricing and volume increases of 3% and 1%, respectively · Lynas Rare Earths ($LYSCF) said Q1 production and sales revenues fell QoQ, citing disruptions from a rise in COVID-19 cases in the area around its Malaysia processing plant; Q1 total rare earths production fell 16% Q/Q to 3,166 metric tons, Q1 revenues fell to A$121.6M from $A$185.9M · Olin Corp. ($OLN) Q3 EPS $2.38 vs. est. $2.02; Q3 revs $2.34B vs. est. $2.36B; qtrly adjusted Ebitda achieved despite production interruptions from hurricanes, raw material cost volatility, & supply-chain disruptions; for FY21, is targeting debt reduction of approximately $1.1 bln using cash generated from operations · U.S. Xpress Enterprises, Inc ($USX) 3Q adj EPS $0.07 vs est. $0.14 on revs $491.1Mm vs est. $479.6Mm · Vicor Corporation ($VICR) 3Q EPS $0.29 vs est. $0.44 on revs $84.9Mm vs est. $98.2Mm; gross margin 50.4% vs est. 52.5%; book/bill 2.0 with backlog $296Mm at qtr end Technology, Media & Telecom · Intel Corp. ($INTC) falls -7%; 3Q EPS $1.71 vs est. $1.11 on revs $19.2B vs est. $18.24B (CCG revs 9.7B -2%, DCG revs $6.5B +10%), gr margin 56% vs est. 54.9%; guides FY adj EPS $5.28 vs est. $4.79; sees 2021 cap-ex spending $18B-$19B; questions about falling gross margins dominated the c/c as the company said it expects to turn back to growth in a few years, and execs kept defending their forecast, comfortable with margins above 50% · Cambium Networks ($CMBM) lowers guidance; sees Q3 revs about $75M, down from prior view of $88-$92M which primarily reflects greater than anticipated global supply constraints impacting shipments of products which we expect to continue into the first half of calendar 2022; said Q3 net income is expected to be below the low-end of the previous GAAP and non-GAAP ranges · Snap Inc. ($SNAP) tumbles -20% overnight on lower guidance; Q3 adj EPS $0.17 vs est. $0.08 on revenue $1.07B vs est. $1.1B, DAUs 306M (+23% YoY); sees Q4 DAUs 316-318M, revenue $1.165B-$1.205B below est. $1.36B, saying it missed the lower end of guidance due to changes to advertising tracking on Apple’s iOS that did not scale as expected, making it more difficult for ad partners to measure and manage campaigns, and macroeconomic factors impacting advertising partners with global supply headwinds expected to impact ad demand Q4 in particular; (shares of FB, ROKU, ETSY, TWTR among names that fell in reaction to SNAP) · Western Digital’s ($WDC) discussions to merge with Japan’s Kioxia in a deal worth over $20B have stalled, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The companies were seeking to finalize a stock deal that would have established a memory-chip giant worth about $40B

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By Jessica Jaganathan SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Oil prices hit their highest level in years on Monday as demand recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, boosted by more custom from power generators turning away from expensive gas and coal to fuel oil and diesel. Brent crude oil futures rose 90 cents, or 1.1%, to $85.76 a barrel by 0445 GMT, after hitting a session-high of $86.04, the highest price since October 2018. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures climbed $1.23, or 1.5%, to $83.51 a barrel, after hitting a session-high of $83.73, highest since October 2014. Both contracts rose by at least 3% last week. "Easing restrictions around the world are likely to help the recovery in fuel consumption," analysts from ANZ bank said in a note on Monday, adding that gas-to-oil switching for power generation alone could boost demand by as much as 450,000 barrels per day in the fourth quarter. Cold temperatures in the northern hemisphere are also expected to worsen an oil supply deficit, said Edward Moya, senior analyst at OANDA. "The oil market deficit seems poised to get worse as the energy crunch will intensify as the weather in the north has already started to get colder," he said. "As coal, electricity, and natural gas shortages lead to additional demand for crude, it appears that won't be accompanied by significantly extra barrels from OPEC+ or the U.S.," he added. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Monday that the country will urge oil producers to increase output and take steps to cushion the blow to industries hit by the recent spike in energy costs. Still, supply could increase from the United States, where energy firms last week added oil and natural gas rigs for a sixth week in a row as soaring crude prices prompted drillers to return to the wellpad. The U.S. oil and gas rig count, an early indicator of future output, rose 10 to 543 in the week to Oct. 15, its highest since April 2020, energy services firm Baker Hughes Co said last week. China's economy, meanwhile, likely grew at the slowest pace in a year in the third quarter, hurt by power shortages, supply bottlenecks and sporadic COVID-19 outbreaks. Daily crude processing rate fell to the lowest since May 2020 in September in the world's second-largest oil consumer, as feedstock shortage and environmental inspection crippled operations at refineries, while independent refiners faced tightening import quotas for crude oil.

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US Baker Hughes Rig Count 15-Oct: 543 (est 540; prev 533) - Rotary Oil Rigs: 445 (est 437; prev 433) - Rotary Gas Rigs: 98 (est 100; prev 99)

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U.S. equity futures extended gains, looking to build on the upward momentum Thursday as corporate earnings and improving sentiment offset persistent concerns that inflation will continue to weigh on markets over the months ahead. It was a stellar performance for U.S. stocks on Thursday as all eleven S&P 500 Index sectors advanced in a rally led by materials and technology following better-than-expected corporate earnings, slightly lower than expected inflation data and lower-than-forecast jobless claims, The easing in producer price inflation added to the market “risk-taking”, sending the yield on the 10-year Treasury as low as 1.505%. The dollar pared losses while commodities and precious metals gained. When it was all over, the S&P 500 closed up 1.7% for its biggest gain in 7-months (up about 18% in 2021, and it is down just over 2% from its Sept. 2 record high close) and on the verge of moving back above its 50-DMA (stands at 4,436). The Nasdaq Composite rose 1.73%, its largest % gain since May 20th and the Dow with its biggest % jump since July 20th (+1.56%). Fear continues to disappear as the CBOE volatility index (VIX) closed down 1.78 points at 16.86, for its lowest closing level since September 3rd. A busy morning ahead of for economic data with Empire manufacturing retail sales, import data and confidence readings all expected. Overseas, European stocks are on pace for their best week in seven months, while Japan’s Nikkei 225 closed at a two-week high. The Nikkei Index jumped 517 points (1.81%) to settle at 29,068, the Shanghai Index rose 14 points to 3,572, and the Hang Seng Index advanced 368 points to 25,330. In Europe, the German DAX gains 0.25% to move above 15,500, while the FTSE 100 rises 0.3% to 7,225. Bitcoin prices looking to end the week near its best levels since May, topping the $59,000 level, picking up momentum in October as prices are up roughly $18,000 in the first two-weeks of the month. Bloomberg reported overnight that the SEC is set to approve the first set of exchange traded funds linked to the world’s biggest cryptocurrency. Market Closing Prices Yesterday · The S&P 500 Index spiked 74.46 points, or 1.71%, to 4,438.26 · The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 534.75 points, or 1.56%, to 34,912.56 · The Nasdaq Composite surged 251.79 points, or 1.73%, to 14,823.43 · The Russell 2000 Index advanced 32.21 points, or 1.44% to 2,274.18 Events Calendar for Today · 8:30 AM ET Empire Manufacturing Index for October…est. 27.0 · 8:30 AM ET Import Prices MoM for September…est. +0.6% · 8:30 AM ET Retail Sales MoM for September…est. (-0.2%) · 8:30 AM ET Retail Sales Ex Autos MoM for September…est. +0.5% · 10:00 AM ET Business Inventories MoM for August…est. +0.6% · 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Confidence, Oct-P…est. 73.1 · 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: · Earnings Before the Open: BMI, $GS, JBHT, PLD, $PNC, $SCHW, SXT, TFC Sector News Breakdown Consumer · Corsair Gaming ($CRSR) sees 3Q revs about $391Mm vs est. $484Mm, cuts FY revs to $1.825-1.925B from $1.9B-$2.1B and vs est. $2.04B · Del Taco Restaurants ($TACO) 3Q adj EPS $0.11 vs est. $0.10 on revs $124.3Mm vs est. $124.9Mm, system comps +1.8% vs est. +2.4% (company +1.6% vs est. +2.38%) · Duckhorn Portfolio ($NAPA) 12M share Secondary priced at $20.50 · Sun Country Airlines ($SNCY) 8.5M share Secondary priced at $32.50 Energy, Industrials & Materials · Alcoa Corp. ($AA) another record quarter for net income; announces initiation of a quarterly cash dividend and a new $500 mln share repurchase program; Q3 adj EPS $2.05 vs. est. $1.71; Q3 sales $3.11B vs. est. $2.93B; 2021 shipment outlook for alumina and aluminum segments remains unchanged; anticipates continued positive financial results in q4 of 2021 · Boeing ($BA) former chief technical pilot was charged with fraud on Thursday for deceiving federal regulators evaluating the company’s 737 MAX jet, hindering the ability to protect airline passengers and leaving “pilots in the lurch,” the U.S. Justice Department said – Reuters · EOG Resources ($EOG) says for Q3 of 2021, anticipates a net loss of $494 mln on mark-to-market of its financial commodity derivative contracts · Virgin Galactic ($SPCE) plunges over -20%; begins planned vehicle enhancement and modification period; Unity 23 test flight rescheduled to follow completion of this program; says enhancement period about 1-month later than anticipated, and commercial service is now expected to commence in Q4 · Kosmos ($KOS) 37.5M share Secondary priced at $3.30 Financials · Discover Financial Services ($DFS) said credit card charge-off rate 1.01% at September end vs 1.14% at august end; credit card delinquency rate 0.95% at September end vs 0.92% at august end · Truist ($TFC) Q3 EPS adj $1.42 vs. est. $1.19; qtrly net interest income was down 0.4% compared to Q2 2021 and 3.8% compared to Q3 2020; Q3 revs $5.6B vs. est. $5.53B; provision for credit losses was a benefit of $324M for Q3, primarily reflecting an improving economic outlook Healthcare · Moderna ($MRNA) adding to yesterday gains after a panel of expert advisers to the U.S. FDA unanimously voted on Thursday to recommend booster shots of its COVID-19 to those age 65 and older and those at high risk of severe illness or occupational exposure to the virus · Hologic ($HOLX) announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Bolder Surgical, a privately held, U.S.-based company that provides advanced energy vessel sealing surgical devices, for approximately $160M · Neurix Therapeutics ($NRIX) 3Q EPS ($0.65) vs est. ($0.63) on revs $10.3Mm vs est. $8.5Mm · Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) announces that LTL Management LLC, a newly created and separate subsidiary, established to hold and manage claims in the cosmetic talc litigation, has filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection · MiNK Therapeutics ($INKT) 3.33M share IPO priced at $12.00 · Paragon 28 $(PNA) 7.813M share IPO priced at $16.00 Technology, Media & Telecom · Duck Creek Technologies ($DCT) Q4 non-GAAP EPS $0.02, in-line with ests; Q4 revs $70.9M vs. est. $69.1M; sees FY22 revs $292M-$300M vs. est. $303M; sees Q1 revs $68M-$70M vs. est. $68.7M · Adtran ($ADTN) guides Q3 revenue $138M below consensus of $148.9M; sees Q3 gross margin at 34.6 and operating loss of $2.6M · Paltalk ($PALT) 1.35M share Spot Secondary priced at $7.50

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Friday, October 8, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 42.00 0.12% 34,678 S&P 500 2.50 0.06% 4,392 Nasdaq 0.00 0.00% 14,881 After a week of overnight swings and market volatility, U.S. futures come into Friday’s trading looking flat, with the S&P little changed at 4,390 after a strong session on Thursday was met with a late day pullback, as major averages finished well off their best levels. U.S. futures steady as investors anticipate a key employment report that could offer clues on the Fed’s timeline for reducing bond purchases. Nonfarm payroll data at 8:30 AM with an est. for +500K jobs added, private payrolls est. +455K, manufacturing payrolls +25K and the unemployment rate to fall to 5.1% from 5.2%; average hourly earnings expected to rise +0.4% (vs. last month +0.6%). Equities rose and Treasuries sank on Thursday after Senate leaders pulled the U.S. from the brink of default with a deal for a short-term debt ceiling increase in the amount of $480B to a $28.9 trillion debt limit. However, this could be short lived as the agreement only funds Treasury debt until Dec. 3, meaning Senators will again face a deadline for default. In Asian markets, the Shanghai Index opened for trading after a week long pause to celebrate its Golden Week holiday, rising 24 points to 3,592, the Hang Seng Index gained 136 points to 24,837 and the Nikkei advanced 370 points (1.34%) to 28,048. In Europe, the German DAX is down a few points at 15,235, while the FTSE 100 is up a few at 7,085. Oil prices are higher, heading for its seventh weekly gain with WTI crude nearing $80 Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 36.21 points, or 0.83%, to 4,399.76 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 337.95 points, or 0.98%, to 34,754.94 The Nasdaq Composite surged 152.10 points, or 1.05%, to 14,654.02 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 35.14 points, or 1.59% to 2,250.09 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Non-Farm Payrolls for September…est. +500K 8:30 AM ET Private Payrolls for September…est. +455K 8:30 AM ET Manufacturing Payrolls for September…est. +25K 8:30 AM ET Unemployment Rate for September…est. 5.1% 8:30 AM ET Average Hourly Earnings for September…est. +0.4% 10:00 AM ET Wholesale Inventories MoM for Aug 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.58 78.86 Brent 0.65 82.60 Gold 0.90 1,762.00 EUR/USD 0.0014 1.1563 JPY/USD 0.23 111.82 10-Year Note +0.021 1.593% World News The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved legislation to temporarily raise the federal government’s $28.4 trillion debt limit and avoid the risk of a historic default this month, but it put off until early December a decision on a longer-lasting remedy. German Aug Trade Balance smaller surplus: +€13.0b vs +€15.8b consensus; German August Exports lower down -1.2% vs +0.5% consensus and German Aug Imports higher rising +3.5% vs 1.8% consensus Sector News Breakdown Consumer Home Depot ($HD) and Lowe’s ($LOW) both downgraded to Hold from Buy at Loop Capital Tesla ($TSLA) CEO Elon Musk confirmed that the car maker is moving its headquarters from Fremont, California to Austin, Texas, where the company has been constructing a new factory for a little over a year. CEO Musk also said a global shortage of chips and ships is the only thing standing in the way of the company maintaining sales growth in excess of 50% Oatly Group ($OTLY) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral with a $21 price target Drive Shack ($DS) reports prelim Q3 revs of $75M vs. est. $76.74M Scientific Games ($SGMS) wins 10-year Vermont lottery systems contract; company’s advanced platforms and game services will modernize lottery play and maximize revenues for programs in green mountain state Thor Industries ($THO) increases regular quarterly dividend 5% to 43c per share Energy, Industrials and Materials Dow Transports finished the day down -0.25% just above the 14,500 level, but slipping below its 50-day MA at 14,515 B. Hunt ($JBHT) downgraded to Underweight on relative valuation at JPMorgan Union Pacific ($UNP) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral with a price target of $247, up from $234 at JPMorgan on recent selloff Sundial Growers Inc. ($SNDL) announced it will acquire liquor and pot retailer Alcanna in an all-stock deal with a total consideration of about C$346M Financials Pzena Investment Management Inc. ($PZN) prelim AUM as of Sept 30 of $50.8 bln Chubb ($CB) announced a definitive agreement to acquire the life and non-life insurance companies that house the personal accident, supplemental health and life insurance business of Cigna (CI) in seven Asia-Pacific, or APAC, markets for $5.75B in cash Healthcare Accolade Inc. ($ACCD) Q2 revs $73.3M vs. est. $70.4M; Q2 adj Ebitda loss (-$19.4M) vs. est. loss (-$21.9m); sees FY revs $303M-$307M, from prior view $300M-$305M (est. $303.4M); guides Q3 adj Ebitda loss $21.5M-$24.5M vs. est. loss $20.2M, but Q3 revs above views Quidel ($QDEL) guides Q3 revs $505M-$510M vs. est. $186.3M; says covid-19 revenues for Q3 of 2021 expected to be about $406M, compared with $375.7M YoY Allogene Therapeutics ($ALLO) shares fall over 35% after reporting the FDA put a clinical hold of Allocar T trials based on a single patient case in alpha2 trial; believes data from alpha trials demonstrates a favorable clinical profile of allo-501a Apollo EndoSurgery ($APEN) sees 3Q revs $16-16.4Mm vs est. $14.4Mm; sees 3Q net loss $6.1-7.3Mm vs est. net loss $8.3Mm BeiGene’s ($BGNE) BRUKINSA (zanubrutinib) has been approved in Australia for the treatment of adult patients with Waldenström’s macroglobulinemia who have received at least one prior therapy or in first line treatment for patients unsuitable for chemo-immunotherapy. 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Friday, October 1, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -153.00 0.46% 33,843 S&P 500 -17.00 0.44% 4,307 Nasdaq -55.25 0.38% 14448, U.S. equity futures extended declines Friday, following the worst month for tech stocks since the peak of the pandemic, as investors enter the final quarter of the year focused on inflation, energy markets and the Federal Reserve. S&P 500 drops 4.8% in September, its first monthly loss since January and biggest one-month drop since start of pandemic and lowest closing price since July 19th. Overall, for the month, the S&P fell 4.8%, the Dow fell 4.3% and the Nasdaq fell 5.3%. For the quarter (Q3), the S&P 500 rose 0.2%, the Dow fell 1.9% and the Nasdaq fell 0.4% following the precipitous September decline. Late last night, U.S. House Democratic leaders have delayed a planned vote on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill that had been set for Thursday, bowing to party progressives who had demanded action on a larger social policy bill first. However, on a positive note, the U.S. government shutdown appears to be averted for now as Congress voted to continue funding the government through Dec. 3, backing the earlier bill out of the Senate and President Biden signed the measure before funding was to run out at midnight. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index declined -681 points (2.31%) to 28,771, the Shanghai Index was closed and the Hang Seng Index was also closed. In Europe, the German DAX is down about -115 points to 15,150, while the FTSE 100 falls 1% or -70 points to 7,015. Crypto currencies surging for a second straight day as Bitcoin rises over 7% to $46,600, while Ethereum rises over 6.5% at $3,175 in another spike across the board. Positive vaccine news overnight as Merck ($MRK) announced positive COVID-19 vaccine trial news. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -51.92 points, or 1,19%, to 4,307.54 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -546.80 points, or 1.59%, to 33,843.92 The Nasdaq Composite slumped -63.86 1.42 points, or 0.44%, to 14,448.58 The Russell 2000 Index declined -20.94 points, or 0.94% to 2,204.37 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Personal Income MoM for Aug…est. +0.3% 8:30 AM ET Personal Spending MoM for Aug 8:30 AM ET PCE Price Index MoM for Aug 8:30 AM ET PCE Price Index YoY for Aug 8:30 AM ET Core PCE Price Index MoM for Aug…est. +0.2% 8:30 AM ET Core PCE Price Index YoY for Aug…est. +3.6% 9:45 AM ET Markit Manufacturing PMI for Sept-F 10:00 AM ET Construction Spending MoM for Aug…est. +0.3% 10:00 AM ET ISM Manufacturing Index for September…est. 59.6 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Confidence, Sept-Final…est. 71.0 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.63 74.40 Brent -0.43 77.88 Gold -2.60 1,755.90 EUR/USD 0.0001 1.1582 JPY/USD -0.16 111.11 10-Year Note -0.036 1.491% World News S. House Democratic leaders have delayed a planned vote on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill that had been set for Thursday, bowing to party progressives who had demanded action on a larger social policy bill first. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said in a statement the House is expected to finish work on the infrastructure bill on Friday. The Bank of Japan’s tankan survey released Friday shows signs that the recovery in the manufacturing sector will be hampered by supply shortages as the index measuring large manufacturers’ stocks of finished goods dropped to +3 in the September survey from +6 three months earlier. That marked the tightest level since 1989. Sector News Breakdown Consumer Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) said it plans to sell its auto factory in Ohio to contract assembler Foxconn Technology Group for a purchase price of $230 million. Additionally, Foxconn plans to invest $50 million into the Ohio-based startup through a purchase of common stock. Helbiz ($HLBZ) rises after the transportation and media co announces CEO Salvatore Palella purchased units of PIPE (private investment in public equity) offering; On Aug 9, Palella bought 200,000 units of PIPE offering, consisting of 200,000 shares of Class A common and warrants to buy additional 200,000 shares at $11.50 per share Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) is said to plan up to $4B stock buyback Coty ($COTY) agrees to sell partial stake in Wella to KKR at a 50% valuation premium versus initial Wella sale in exchange for approximately half of the preferred Coty shares owned by KKR. Coty will continue to own 30.6% of Wella, with a $1.38b implied value for the retained stake Li Auto ($LI) delivered 7,094 Li ONEs in September 2021, up 102.5% Y/Y but fell 24.8% M/M from August’s shipments of 9,433 units; Q3 2021 deliveries rose 190% Y/Y and 42.9% Q/Q to 25,116 vehicles, exceeding recently revised guidance of ~24,500 units Nio ($NIO) delivered 10,628 vehicles in September 2021, an all-time high monthly record representing growth of 125.7% Y/Y and 80.7% M/M from August’s deliveries of 5,880 units; company shipped 24,439 vehicles Q3 2021, representing an increase of 100.2% Y/Y, exceeding the revised guidance of ~22,500 to 23,500 vehicles. Tesla ($TSLA) missed its deadline to deliver the Model X in Q3 2021, but a handful of units of the new electric SUVs were spotted in Fremont factory, Electrek reported. It gives some hope that deliveries might start soon https://bit.ly/2Y8L4ba XPeng ($XPEV) recorded its highest-ever monthly deliveries in September 2021 of 10,412 Smart EVs, representing an increase of 199% Y/Y and a 44% increase over last month; also achieved a quarterly record of 25,666 deliveries in Q3 2021, up 48% Q/Q and 199% over prior year Energy, Industrials and Materials ExxonMobil ($XOM) says gas prices to boost 3q earnings by about $700M; says oil prices to boost 3q earnings by about $400M; says downstream margins to boost earnings by $600M SunPower Corp. ($SPWR) will replace Cimarex Energy Co. ($XEC) in the S&P MidCap 400 index before trading begins on Oct. 5, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices. S&P 500 constituent Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. is acquiring Cimarex Energy in a deal that is expected to close on Oct. 1. PDC Energy Inc ($PDCE) said anticipated total production near bottom of previous range of 190,000 to 195,000 boe per day for full-year 2021; sees FY 2021 oil production of 60,000 to 63,000 barrels per day, below previous range of 64,000 to 66,000 barrels per day JPMorgan upgraded shares of Southwest Airlines ($LUV) to Overweight from Neutral and Spirit airlines ($SAVE) downgraded at JPMorgan while adjusting other price tgts in the space Financials Jefferies Financial ($JEF) Q3 EPS $1.50 vs. est. $0.99; Q3 revs $1.65B vs. est. $1.74B Healthcare Merck ($MRK) and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics announce results from their oral antiviral medicine molnupiravir (MK-4482, EIDD-2801) from Phase 3 MOVe-OUT trial in patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19. STAT News notes that in the Merck study, a five-day course of the oral medicine was administered within five days of patients’ symptom onset; half of those patients had at least one risk factor associated with poor disease outcomes (shares of rival COVID-19 vaccine makers PFE, BNTX, MRNA falling on the news) Exscientia ($EXAI) has priced its upsized U.S. IPO of 13.85M ADSs (from ~13.1M ADSs), representing 13.85M ordinary shares at $22.00/ADS, for total gross proceeds of ~$304.7M. Bicycle Therapeutics ($BCYC) to present bt5528 interim phase i data at AACR-NCI-EORTC virtual international conference on molecular targets and cancer therapeutics Haemonetics ($HAE) said the FDA has approved a same-day discharge indication for its VASCADE MVP vascular closure system used in atrial fibrillation ablation. Rockwell Medical ($RMTI) files $200M mixed securities shelf Technology, Media & Telecom Five9 ($FIVN) announced that its $14.7B merger agreement with Zoom Video (ZM) has been terminated by mutual agreement. The agreement did not receive the requisite number of votes from Five9 shareholders to approve the merger with Zoom. Under the deal terms announced in July, Five9 shareholders would have received 0.5533 Zoom share for every Five9 share. Walt Disney ($DIS) and Scarlett Johansson have resolved their legal battle over her salary in the movie “Black Widow,” ending a two-month fight between the two parties AMC Entertainment ($AMC) said it exercised option to repurchase $35M of 15% cash / 17% payment-in-kind ($PIK) Toggle First Lien Secured Notes due 2026 Alibaba ($BABA) downgraded to Outperform from Strong Buy at Raymond James with a price target of $240, down from $300 saying while they remain positive on Alibaba long-term and believes valuation remains attractive, feels the recovery in shares could take longer given the recent slowing of ecommerce growth combined with continued regulatory actions across China

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Abkhazia Mining Rig Seizure Fails to Stop Mining. https://beincrypto.com/abkhazia-mining-rig-seizure-fails-to-stop-mining/

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China's Full Ban on crypto activities. Does that mean I won't be able to buy any Antminer rig? I 've been saving up for 5 months now. https://news.sky.com/story/china-announces-complete-ban-on-cryptocurrencies-12416476

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By Peter Nurse Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open lower Monday, weighed by sharp losses in Asia amid concerns about the health of property giant China Evergrande Group (HK:3333) and ahead of the week’s crucial Federal Reserve meeting. At 2 AM ET (0600 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.9% lower, CAC 40 futures in France dropped 2.1% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. fell 0.8%. European equities have received a negative handover from Asia, despite China, Japan and South Korea being on holiday, with Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index dropping more than 3%, dragged down by the continued dumping of shares in Chinese property company Evergrande. Investors seem to be taking a dim view of its business prospects, with a bond interest payment due on Thursday and concerns growing that a default on its $300 billion of liabilities could crystallize broader risks in China's financial system. The week also sees a number of central banks hold policy-setting meetings, including the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan and the Swiss National Bank. But the focus will be on the Federal Reserve, with the U.S. central bank potentially taking another step toward tapering at its two-day meeting, starting on Tuesday. Investors will be looking to see if the Fed judges the U.S. economy to be sufficiently strong for it to start reducing the massive amount of monetary support it has provided during the pandemic, though the consensus is for an actual announcement to be delayed until the November or December meetings. Back in Europe, Lufthansa (DE:LHAG) will be in the spotlight after the German airline said on Sunday it would launch a capital increase that was expected to raise 2.14 billion euros ($2.51 billion) to pay back part of a state bailout it received during the coronavirus crisis. Crude prices fell as supply increased in the U.S., the largest consumer in the world. The country’s oil and gas rig count rose by nine to 512 in the week to Sept. 17, its highest since April 2020 and double the level from this time last year, Baker Hughes said on Friday. Additionally, only 23% of U.S. Gulf of Mexico crude output remained offline as of Friday, an improvement from the 28% seen on Thursday, more than two weeks after Hurricane Ida hit. The dollar also climbed to a three-week high ahead of the Fed meeting, making commodities priced in the currency more expensive. By 2 AM ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.6% lower at $71.36 a barrel, while the Brent contract fell 0.5% to $74.98. Additionally, gold futures fell 0.1% to $1,750.35/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% lower at 1.1717.

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By Peter Nurse Investing.com -- Oil prices edged lower Friday, but are heading for a fourth consecutive weekly gain as supply in the important U.S. Gulf of Mexico region is only slowly returning to normal after Hurricane Ida. By 9:25 AM ET (1325), U.S. crude futures were down 1.1% at $71.75 a barrel, while Brent futures were down 0.8% at $75.07 a barrel, pulling back from seven-week highs. Both benchmarks are heading for weekly gains of well over 3%, the fourth consecutive positive week, the best run since early July. U.S. Gasoline RBOB Futures were down 0.8% at $2.1645 a gallon. Oil has surged of late as global consumption continues to recover from the pandemic, while a couple of hurricanes, Ida in particular, have affected production in the crucial U.S. Gulf of Mexico region, offsetting the production of additional barrels from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies. As of Thursday, about 28% of Gulf crude production - over 510,000 barrels a day - still remained offline, more than two weeks after Hurricane Ida hit. The effect of this extreme weather was illustrated by Wednesday’s Energy Information Administration data, which showed U.S. crude inventories dropped by more than 6 million barrels last week to a two-year low. “This situation shows that we have a very tight supply versus demand situation because the supplies are not coming back online fast enough. We’re probably going to see a continued price squeeze,” said Phil Flynn, an analyst at Price Group, in a note. Turning away from supply, both the International Energy Agency and OPEC this week raised their forecasts for oil demand in 2022, seeing increasing vaccination around the globe decreasing the impact of the Covid-19 virus. The CFTC’s speculative net positioning data and Baker Hughes’ oil rig count round off the week later.

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Thursday, September 16, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -106.00 0.30% 34,521 S&P 500 -15.25 0.34% 4,449 Nasdaq -45.50 0.29% 15,463 U.S. stock futures are edging lower ahead of an interesting day (potentially) for U.S. stock markets as the FDA will hold an advisory committee today to hash out whether Covid-19 boosters should be quickly approved in the U.S., which specifically will review an application from Pfizer ($PFE) and BioNTech ($BNTX) for a third dose of their mRNA vaccine. Volatility and volume could also pick up today with quadruple witching (date on which derivatives of stock index futures, stock index options, stock options, and single stock futures expire simultaneously – happens third Friday of March, June, September, and December) and options expiration. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 176 points to 30,500, the Shanghai Index edged higher 6 points to 3,613, and the Hang Seng Index jumped 252 points to 24,920. In Europe, the German DAX is down about -45 points to 15,600, while the FTSE 100 is down about -15 points to 7,010. China Evergrande, the deeply indebted property developer that many analysts fear could trigger a mini financial crisis in China, is not “too big to fail”, according to a state-backed newspaper. Major stock averages end mixed on Thursday after a choppy trading session as investors weigh the latest economic data and continued overnight losses in China due to fears about economic slowdown and the company’s regulatory crackdown companies. Economic data was favorable as initial jobless claims rose to 332K in-line with forecasts while retail sales unexpectedly rose +0.7% in August vs. an expected decline of (-0.8%). The three major indexes spent much of the day in negative territory as rising U.S. Treasury yields pressured market-leading tech stocks, and the rising dollar weighed on exporters. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -6.95 points, or 0.16%, to 4,473.75 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -63.07 points, or 0.18%, to 34,751.32 The Nasdaq Composite edged higher 20.39 points, or 0.13%, to 15,181.92 The Russell 2000 Index declined -1.54 points, or 0.07% to 2,232.91 Events Calendar for Today 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Sentiment, Sept-P 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Other Key Events: Citigroup Small/Mid-Cap & Growth Conference 2021 (virtual), 9/16-9/17 European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2021 Virtual Congress, 9/16-9/21 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.56 72.05 Brent -0.46 75.21 Gold 10.50 1,764.30 EUR/USD 0.0017 1.1784 JPY/USD 0.22 109.95 10-Year Note +0.005 1.336% World News UK Aug Retail Sales declined -0.9% m/m vs 0.5% consensus and flat y/y vs 2.7% consensus; UK Aug Retail Sales Ex-Fuel declined -1.2% m/m vs 0.8% consensus, -0.9% y/y vs 2.5% consensus China Evergrande, the deeply indebted property developer that many analysts fear could trigger a mini financial crisis in the world’s second-largest economy, is not “too big to fail”, according to a state-backed newspaper. Evergrande, which is teetering under the weight of more than $310 billion in debts, and faces $150 million in coupon payments later this month, can’t assume the government will step in and rescue it, Global Times reported Sector News Breakdown Consumer International Flavors ($IFF) said it now expects FY 2021 sales to grow greater than 8% on a combined company basis, to about $11.55 bln with double-digit growth anticipated for Q3 and expects adj operating Ebitda margin for FY about 21.5% Usana Health Sciences ($USNA) increases share repurchase authorization to $150M and guides Q3 EPS $1.28-$1.33 vs. est. $1.44 on sales $265M-$270M. below est. $302.9M; said Q3 sales have been softer than anticipated, largely because of increased disruptions and lockdowns due to pandemic; lowers FY21 EPS to $5.80-$6.00 from $6.15-$6.50 and cuts FY21 revenue to $1.18B-$1.20B from $1.24B-$1.28B Zumiez Inc. ($ZUMZ) approved repurchase of up to an aggregate of $150M of its common stock Scientific Games Corp ($SGMS) is seeking to list its predominantly North American and European lotteries unit in Australia in a $5 billion IPO, the country’s biggest in at least seven years, two sources told Reuters

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Friday, September 10, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 167.00 0.48% 34,920 S&P 500 17.25 0.38% 4,500 Nasdaq 58.50 0.37% 15,608 U.S. futures are looking sharply higher, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average looking to snap their respective 4-day losing streaks, the longest for the S&P since the middle of June. There hasn’t been much news for the recent sputtering of stocks on this holiday shortened week, though it is noteworthy that major averages remain roughly 1% off all-time highs in what has been a momentous run the last few months on dovish Fed policy and strong corporate earnings. Wall Street got a sentiment boost overnight after U.S. President Joe Biden and China President Xi Jinping held a surprise 90-minute phone call late Thursday, the first between the two world leaders in seven months. Asia shares got a boost from news of the talks, with the positive sentiment flowing through into a European session that was still navigating yesterday’s tapering decision from the ECB and news showing that the ongoing spread of Delta variant coronavirus infections lead to the slowest monthly economic growth in the UK since the January lockdowns. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index jumped 373 points (1.25%) to 30,331, the Shanghai Index rose 10 points to 3,703 and the Hang Seng Index surged 489 points (1.91%) to 26,205. The German DAX gains 50 points to 15,675, while the FTSE 100 rises 25 points to 7,050. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -20.79 points, or 0.46%, to 4,493.28 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -151.69 points, or 0.43%, to 34,879.38 The Nasdaq Composite slipped -38.38 points, or 0.25%, to 15,248.25 The Russell 2000 Index declined -0.60 points, or 0.13% to 2,249.13 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Producer Price Index (PPI) MoM for Aug…est. 0.6% 8:30 AM ET Producer Price Index (PPI) YoY for Aug…est. 8.2% 8:30 AM ET PPI Core Ex: Food & Energy MoM for Aug …est. 0.5% 8:30 AM ET PPI Core Ex: Food & Energy YoY for Aug…est. 6.6% 10:00 AM ET Wholesale Inventories MoM for July…est. 0.6% 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: KR Other Key Events: Barclay’s Global Consumer Staples Conference (virtual) 2021, 9/8-9/10 Barclay’s CEO Energy-Power Conference 2021 (virtual), 9/8-9/10 Citigroup Annual BioPharma Conference (virtual), 9/8-9/10 Citigroup GEMS Conference 2021 (virtual), 9/8-9/10 Cowen 14th Annual Global Transportation & Sustainable Mobility Conference, 9/8-9/10 Credit Suisse 2021 Global Steel & Mining Conference (virtual), 9/8-9/10 Deutsche Bank 2021 Technology Conference (virtual), 9/9-9/10 JMP Securities Fintech Forum: Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Conference, 9/10 Wells Fargo 2021 Healthcare Conference (virtual), 9/9-9/10 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 1.12 69.18 Brent 1.04 72.57 Gold -0.40 1,794.20 EUR/USD 0.0006 1.1831 JPY/USD 0.23 109.95 10-Year Note +0.0287 1.3258% World News The Federal Reserve’s Robert Kaplan and Eric Rosengren will sell all their stocks, Wall Street Journal reporter Michael S. Derby said via Twitter. The moves come after the policymakers were criticized for actively trading stocks and bonds last year. UK Jul GDP misses at +0.1% MoM vs. 0.6% consensus; on a YoY basis, +7.5% vs 8.0% consensus; UK July Industrial Production +1.2% MoM vs 0.4% consensus and +3.8% YoY vs 3.0% consensus Germany Aug CPI (final) +3.9% YoY in line; and flat MoM in line Sector News Breakdown Consumer American Outdoor Brands ($AOUT) Q1 Non-GAAP EPS $0.48 vs. est. $0.24; Q1 revs $60.8M vs. est. $57.4M; sees Q2 sales up more than 20%; Gross margin of 47.7% increased 70 basis points over the comparable quarter last year; Adjusted EBITDAS was $9.6 million, or 15.7% of net sales, compared with $8.7 million, or 17.3% of net sales; sees year EEPS $2.02-$2.26 vs. est. $2.21 Dave & Buster’s ($PLAY) Q2 EPS $1.07 vs. est. $0.58; Q2 sales $377.6M vs. est. $358.5M; Q2 comp sales rose 3.6%; expects Q3 comparable store sales to be about in line with qtr-to-date trends compared to Q3 2019; sees Q3 Ebitda to be significantly higher than Q3 2019 Ebitda of $39.8M; sees total of four new store openings during fiscal year 2021 and relocation of one existing location Toyota Motor Corp ($TM) cut its production forecasts for September and October, blaming shortages of chips and other parts as suppliers; said it will produce 70,000 fewer vehicles than previously planned this month, and 330,000 fewer vehicles next month. National Beverage ($FIZZ) Q1 EPS $0.58 vs. est. $0.51; Q1 revs $311.7M vs. est. $299.19M; Gross margin was 40%; operating income was $70.3 million or 22.6% of sales; and cash was $245.5M Zumiez ($ZUMZ) Q2 EPS $0.94 vs est. $0.79 on revenue $268.7M vs est. $180.5M; Q3 sales through Sept 6th +23.2% YoY vs 1st 37 days in 3Q20; not providing outlook for Q3 or full-year at this time Destination XL ($DXLG)73M share Spot Secondary priced at $6.10 VICI Properties ($VICI) 100M share Secondary priced at $29.50 Energy, Industrials and Materials Fortress Transportation ($FTAI) 12M share Secondary priced at $25.50 Radiant Logistics ($RLGT) Q4 EPS in-line $0.21 on revenue $257.9M vs est. $227.35M Yellow Corp ($YELL) less-than-truckload, percent change for shipments per workday in qtd was down 5.2%; LTL percent change for revenue per shipment in qtd was up 18.5% Financials Affirm ($AFRM) Q4 EPS loss (-$0.48) vs. est. loss (-$0.29); Q4 revs $261.8M vs. est. $226.39M; Q4 GMV $2.5B, up 106%; Active merchants grew by 412% to nearly 29,000 for Q4, including several thousand newly integrated Shopify merchants; Q4 active consumers grew 97% to 7.1M; sees Q1 revenue $240M-$250M vs. est. $233.89M; sees FY22 revenue $1.16B-$1.19B vs. est. $1.17B; sees FY22 GMV $12.45B-$12.75B Ryman Hospitality Properties ($RHP) said it expects positive cash flow in Q3 of $16M-19M despite the recent impact of attrition and cancellations related to the COVID-19 delta variant spread (compares with a negative cash flow of $1M in Q2, and -$32M in Q2 of last year) United Insurance Holdings ($UIHC) estimates current year catastrophe losses of ~$27M for Q3. Farmer Bros. ($FARM) Q4 EPS loss (-$0.24) on revs $102.86M WillScot Mobile Mini ($WSC)41M share Spot Secondary priced at $28.50 Healthcare Apellis ($APLS) announced that while its phase 3 OAKS study evaluating intravitreal pegcetacoplan in patients with geographic atrophy met the primary endpoint for both monthly and every-other-month treatment, the DERBY study did not meet the primary endpoint of GA lesion growth, showing a reduction of 12% and 11% with monthly and every-other-month treatment Cigna ($CI) assumed at Market Perform from Outperform at Cowen with a price target of $235, down from $300 Humana ($HUM) assumed at Outperform from Market Perform at Cowen and raise tgt to $479 from $470 OrthoPediatrics ($KIDS) entered into a distribution agreement with a subsidiary of SeaSpine ($SPNE) to exclusively distribute the 7D Surgical FLASH Navigation platform for pediatric applications. Agilon Health ($AGL) 17M share Secondary priced at $30.00 Impel NeuroPharma ($IMPL) 3M share Secondary priced at $15.00 Ortho Clinical Diagnostics ($OCDX) 22M share Secondary priced at $17.50 Senators may seek to cap the prices that Medicare pays for certain medications so that they’re no higher than what other government programs, like the Department of Veterans Affairs, will pay, STAT reports exclusively Technology, Media & Telecom Sumo Group Plc ($SUMO) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.11) vs. est. loss (-$0.14); Q2 revs $58.8M vs. est. $56.69M; sees revenue $236.8M-$238.8M vs. est. $200.9M; sees adjusted loss per share 51c to 52c vs. est. loss (79c) Verint Systems ($VRNT) Q2 EPS $0.58 vs. est. $0.42; Q2 revs $216M vs. est. $207.74M; sees Q3 revs $215M-$220M vs. est. $220.2M; sees year revs $872M plus/minus 2% vs. est. $863.2M Zscaler ($ZS) Q4 Non-GAAP EPS $0.14 vs. est. $0.09; Q4 revs $197.1M vs. est. $186.8M; sees Q1 EPS about $0.12, in-line with ests on revs $210M-$212M vs. est. $200M; sees year revs $940M-$950M vs. est. $902M; sees year billings $1.23 billion to $1.25 billion above est. $1.14 billion PowerSchool ($PWSC) Q2 revenue $145.4M vs. est. $142.86M; sees Q3 revenue $140M-$143M vs. est. $142.86M; sees Q3 adjusted EBITDA $36M-$39M; sees FY21 revenue $542M-$545M vs. est. $536.85M Bumble ($BMBL) 18M share Secondary priced at $54.00 McAfee ($MCFE) 20M share Secondary priced at $22.50 Sea Limited (SE) 11M share Secondary priced at $318.00 ChipMOS (IMOS) reports August revenue of $86.7M (-0.8% M/M; +26.1% Y/Y). Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.’s (T$SM) August revenue was up 11.8% Y/Y to NT$137.43B or about $4.98B; sales were up 10.3% compared to July 2021. Take-Two ($TTWO) backs FY22 EPS view $1.95-$2.20 (below est. $4.58) and backs FY22 net bookings view $3.2B-$3.3B; reiterated its outlook for its fiscal year 2022, ending March 31, 2022, which was originally provided on May 18, 2021 and reiterated on August 2, 2021

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By Julia Payne LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Monday, extending losses after the world's top exporter Saudi Arabia cut crude contract prices for Asia over the weekend, reflecting well-supplied global markets and concerns over the demand outlook. Brent crude futures for November fell 28 cents, or 0.39%, to $72.33 per barrel by 1229 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude for October was at $69.04 a barrel, down 25 cents, or 0.36%. Both contracts were down more than $1 in earlier trade. State oil group Saudi Aramco (SE:2222) notified customers in a statement on Sunday that it will cut October official selling prices (OSPs) for all crude grades sold to Asia, its biggest buying region, by at least $1 a barrel. The price cuts were larger than expected, based on a Reuters poll of Asian refiners. "The cut in Saudi OSPs to Asia provided a brief downside pressure this morning, which the market is recovering from," Tamas Varga at PVM Oil Associates said. "The monthly EIA report (U.S. government data) due out Wednesday will be eagerly watched and in case demand estimates for the balance of this year and for 2022 remain solid the market could easily edge towards the high seen in July." Global oil supplies are increasing as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and their allies, a grouping known as OPEC+, is raising output by 400,000 barrels per day each month between August and December. "Given that OPEC+ is continuing its plan to raise production monthly, despite weak data from China and the U.S. raising slowdown fears, and Saudi Arabia looking for market share in the region, oil is likely to remain under pressure," said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst for Asia Pacific at brokerage OANDA. The decline in crude futures added to falls on Friday after a weaker than expected U.S. jobs report indicated a patchy economic recovery that could mean slower fuel demand during a resurgent pandemic. Losses were capped by concerns that U.S. supply would remain limited in the wake of Hurricane Ida. The U.S. government is releasing crude from strategic petroleum reserves as production in the U.S. Gulf Coast struggled to recover. Some 1.7 million barrels of oil and 1.99 billion cubic feet of natural gas output remained offline, government data released on Friday showed, while power shortages are preventing some refineries from resuming operations. The hurricane also led U.S. energy firms last week to cut the number of oil and natural gas rigs operating for the first time in five weeks, data from Baker Hughes showed on Friday. The oil rig count fell the most since June 2020.

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Transocean is a leading international provider of offshore contract drilling services for oil and gas wells. Transocean specializes in technically demanding sectors of the global offshore drilling business with a particular focus on deepwater and harsh environment drilling services, and operates the highest specification floating offshore drilling fleet in the world. Transocean owns or has partial ownership interests in and operates a fleet of 37 mobile offshore drilling units consisting of 27 ultra-deepwater floaters and 10 harsh environment floaters. In addition, Transocean is constructing two ultra-deepwater drillships.

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