$SANW

S&W Seed Co

  • NASDAQ
  • Process Industries
  • Agricultural Commodities/Milling
  • Wholesale Trade
  • Farm Supplies Merchant Wholesalers

PRICE

$1.3 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

277,632

DAY RANGE

1.28 - 1.33

52 WEEK

1.21 - 4.6

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U.S. stock markets are rebounding after major indices fell a second straight day Thursday as consumer price inflation (CPI) data spiked to 30-year highs, renewing fears that the Fed is behind the curve and may need to raise rates quicker. There is no major U.S. economic data, and Bond markets are closed today in observance of the Veteran’s Day Holiday. Sterling hits lowest levels since Dec ’20 vs. the dollar and euro to lowest since July ’20 as the buck surges to more than 1-year highs. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 171 points to settle at 29,277, the Shanghai Index gained 40 points (1.15%) to settle at 3,532 and the Hang Seng Index gained 1% to finish at 25,247. In Europe, the German DAX is higher by 20 points to 16,090, while the FTSE 100 is up 25 points to 7,365. Investors and traders have been trained to “buy the dip” on any market pullback over the last 2-years, and to this point have been rewarded with all major averages just off their record highs earlier this week. Year-to-date, the Dow is up 17.8%, the S&P 500 up 23.7%, the Nasdaq Composite up 21.2% and the Russell 2000 up 21% in what has been a broad, strong market rally behind better corporate earnings, government stimulus plans, and an easy money policy stance by the Fed. Earnings are finally coming to an end for the quarter, with Dow component Disney (DIS) sliding nearly 5% overnight on its top and bottom-line miss. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index slipped -38.54 points, or 0.82%, to 4,646.71 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -240.04 points, or 0.66%, to 36,079.94 The Nasdaq Composite dropped -263.84 points, or 1.66%, to 15,622.71 The Russell 2000 Index declined -37.71 points, or 1.55% to 2,389.58 Events Calendar for Today No major U.S. economic data due to Veteran’s Day Holiday Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: BHG, BKTI, CRC, CRLBF, CSU, EPC, OB, OGN, PGTI, SANW, SBH, SPH, STXS, TPR, TXMD, UTZ, WTT, XOS, YETI Earnings After the Close: ASTR, JAMF, KINS, KRUS, LAZR, LIDR, LTRX, MAPS, OPNT, RPID, SFT Other Key Events: Baird 51st Annual Global Industrial Conference, 11/9-11/12 (virtual) Credit Suisse 30th Annual Healthcare Conference, 11/8-11/11 (virtual) Jefferies 2nd Annual Global Interactive Entertainment Conference, 11/11-11/12 (virtual) JPMorgan Global Consumer, Retail & Luxury Conference, 11/8-11/11 (virtual) Morgan Stanley Global Chemicals, Agriculture & Packaging Conference, 11/10-11/12 (virtual) Piper East Coast Financial Services Conference, 11/10-11/11 (virtual) REITWorld 2021 Annual Conference, 11/9-11/12 (virtual) Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer, 11/10-11/14, in Washington D.C. ==================================================== Sector News Breakdown Consumer Beyond Meat ($BYND) shares slide -15%; 3Q EPS ($0.87) vs est. ($0.39) on revs $106.4Mm vs est. $109.2Mm; guides 4Q revs $85-110Mm vs est. $131.6Mm Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) has agreed to sell to Foxconn the Lordstown facility, excluding certain assets such as the hub motor assembly line and battery module and pack lines, for $230 million. Energy, Industrials and Materials First Solar ($FSLR) shares fell after hours – on news the U.S. will not open an investigation into Asian solar companies that critics warned would drive up costs for clean power and escalate tensions with China, as per Bloomberg. The Commerce Department determined that Asian companies did not sell solar cells “at less than normal value,” according to the report Financials Affirm Holdings ($AFRM) Q1 revs $269.4M vs. est. $252.2M; Q1 GMV up 8% QoQ to $2.7B; sees year revs $1.225B-$1.250B vs. est. $1.22B; sees year GMV $13.13B-$13.38B; expands network by increasing active merchants from 6,500 to 102,000 and active consumers by 124% to 8.7M YoY Opendoor Technologies Inc. ($OPEN) shares rise 15%; 3Q EPS ($0.09) vs est. $(0.17) on revs $2.3B vs est. $2B; guides 4Q revs $3.1-3.2B vs est. $2.92B SoFi inc. ($SOFI) shares rise 12%; Q3 EPS loss (-$0.05) vs. est. loss (-$0.14); Q3 revs rose 35% to $272M vs. est. $251.5M; sees Q4 revenue $272M-$282M vs. est. $274.9M and sees year rev $1.0B-$1.01B vs. est. $979.5M; total products 4.3M, a 108% increase and 5th consecutive quarter of triple-digit annual growth; added 377k new members, as SoFi Money, SoFi Invest, and SoFi Credit Card drove 79% of new member growth; sees annual growth accelerating to +49-55% in Q4 from Q3’s +28% ZipRecruiter ($ZIP) Q3 revenue $212.7M vs est. $188.1M, adj EBITDA $42.5M vs est. $14.3M; sees Q4 revenue $203M-$209M vs est. $171.25M raised full-year guidance given business momentum and a strong hiring environment with job seeking activity still below pre-pandemic levels as it now sees FY21 revenue $724M-$730M (est. $667.5M) from $651M-$665M, adj EBITDA $93M-$99M (est. $38.6M) from $30M-$38M Healthcare GoodRx Holdings, Inc. ($GDRX) 3Q adj EPS $0.09 vs est. $0.09 on revs $195.1Mm vs est. $194.9Mm, qtrly monthly active consumers 6.4Mm; guides FY revs $744-754Mm vs est. $748.3Mm Media & Telecom Walt Disney ($DIS) Q4 EPS $0.37 vs. est. $0.47; Q3 revs $18.53B vs. est. $18.78B; as of quarter-end, Disney+ paid subscribers were 118.1M; as of quarter-end ESPN+ paid subscribers were 17.1M; quarter-end, total Hulu paid subscribers were 43.8M; 179M total subscriptions across our DTC portfolio at end of fiscal 2021 and 60% subscriber growth year-over-year for Disney+ Bumble ($BMBL) 3Q EPS ($0.06) vs est. $0.00 on revs $200.5Mm vs est. $198.8Mm (app revs $142Mm, paying users increased to 2.9Mm, total ARPU $22.97 vs $19.38); guides 4Q revs $208-211 vs est. $206Mm, raises FY revs $765-768Mm vs est. $761.6Mm Technology ContextLogic Inc. ($WISH) Q3 EPS (10c) vs est. (15c) on revenue $368M vs est. $353.6M; CEO Piotr Szulczewski will be stepping down; is not providing official Q4 guidance but expects revenue to be lower than Q3 despite the holidays, primarily driven by ongoing reduction in ad spend, and said October revenue is down ~20% vs avg Q3 monthly revenue Cricut Inc. ($CRCT) shares slide -15%; Q3 EPS $0.13 vs. est. $0.16; Q3 revs rose 24.4% to $260.1M vs. est. $256.8M; connected machine revenue was $102.5 million, up 35.7% YoY; subscriptions revenue was $53.3 million, up 70.8% YoY; Accessories and materials revenue was $104.3 million, up 2.0% YoY; gross margin was 39.2%, down from 42.8% YoY Schrodinger, Inc. ($SDGR) Q3 EPS loss (-$0.49) vs. est. loss (-$0.43); Q3 revs rose 16% to $29.9M vs. est. $31.5M; sees FY revs $124M-$134M vs. est. $138.5M

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Monday, September 27, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 91.00 0.26% 34,765 S&P 500 1.25 0.03% 4,447 Nasdaq -48.50 0.32% 15,270 U.S. stock futures are looking higher, led by the energy complex after WTI crude tops $75 for the first time since July and Brent crude hitting 3-year highs following a massive stock market recovery late last week as fears about China Evergrande Group ‘s debt crisis issues waned and investors bet on further economic reopening from the pandemic. Despite the Chinese property developer missing a bond coupon payment, the S&P 500 still finished the week up 0.5% (though U.S. listed China stocks fell sharply on the week). Last week, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the U.S. economy has recovered sufficiently for the central bank to potentially announce the start of bond-purchase tapering at its next meeting, which failed to dent investor optimism, even as Treasury yields and the dollar rallied as the FOMC pushed up its timeline for interest rate hikes. In Asian markets, The Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.8%, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index edged up 0.1%. The Nikkei Index was down slightly at 30,240, the Shanghai Index dipped -30 points to 3,583 and the Hang Seng Index edged higher 16 points to 24,208. In Europe, the German DAX rises following election results, up around 100-points (0.6%) at 15,625, while the FTSE 100 is up slightly above 7,060. Oil futures rise with WTI crude oil futures topping $75 a barrel for the first time since July, amid an escalating energy crunch across Europe and now China. Energy is the clear premarket leader among the S&P sectors, most of which are higher. Materials and Info Tech are slightly lower. Treasury yields are moving to their best levels since late June, with the benchmark 10-year yield above 1.49% and the 30-year topping 2%, extending last week gains which saw the largest one-week yield gain since June 25, as it rose nearly 8 basis points. The 10-year was yielding 1.495%, up from 1.454%. Markets await data on new U.S. orders for durable goods in August at 8:30 AM ET. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 6.50 points, or 0.15%, to 4,455.48 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 33.18 points, or 0.10%, to 34,798.00 The Nasdaq Composite slipped -4.54 points, or 0.03%, to 15,047.70 The Russell 2000 Index declined -10.97 points, or 0.49% to 2,248.07 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Durable Goods Orders for Aug 8:30 AM ET Durable Goods Ex: Transportation for Aug 10:30 AM ET Dallas Fed Manufacturing for Sept 1:00 PM ET U.S. to sell $61 bln 5-year notes 1:00 PM ET U.S. to sell $60 bln 2-year notes Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $AYTU, $IBIO, $SANW Earnings After the Close: $CNXC Other Key Events: BMO Capital Washington DC Property Tour, 9/27-9/28 Cantor Global Healthcare Conference (virtual), 9/27-9/30 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 1.08 75.06 Brent 1.16 79.25 Gold -1.15 1,749.25 EUR/USD -0.0019 1.1701 JPY/USD 0.22 110.95 10-Year Note +0.03 1.491% World News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pledged to pass a $550 billion infrastructure bill this week and signaled that the headline amount on a bigger package of spending and tax measures will be lowered from $3.5 trillion German inflation is likely to accelerate from already high levels and will stay above 2% through mid-2022, exceeding the European Central Bank’s target for the 19-nation euro zone, the Bundesbank said in a monthly report on Monday Widening power shortages in China have halted production at numerous factories including many supplying Apple and Tesla. On Monday, State Grid Corp pledged to ensure basic power supply and avoid electricity cuts. China’s power crunch, caused by tight coal supplies and toughening emissions standards, has hurt production in industries across several regions – Dow Jones Sector News Breakdown Consumer Scotts Miracle-Gro ($SMG) mentioned positively in Barron’s saying the co has a dominant franchise in the consumer lawn and garden market, and it has a fast-growing hydroponics business catering mainly to the marijuana industry. Scotts has seen its stock fall over 40% from an April high to a recent $146 on lower consumer demand in 2022 and narrower profit margins concerns but yet the stock looks inexpensive Lordstown Motors ($RIDE) downgraded to Sell from Neutral at Goldman Sachs Tesla’s ($TSLA) Shanghai factory is expected to produce 300,000 cars in the first nine months of the year, despite a global semiconductor shortage, Reuters reported Gores Guggenheim Inc ($GGPI) rises after Swedish electric car maker Polestar agrees to go public through merger with GGPI, at a valuation of $20 bln including debt https://bit.ly/3udy8fD Energy, Industrials and Materials Lockheed Martin ($LMT) was awarded a $1.1B modification to a previously awarded fixed-price incentive advance acquisition contract. Piedmont Lithium ($PLL) files automatic mixed securities shelf BP plc ($BP) says panic buying has caused 30% of its 1,200 gasoline stations in the U.K. to run out of the two main grades of fuel. Healthcare Acceleron Pharma Inc. ($XLRN) is in advanced discussions to be acquired by a large pharmaceutical company for about $180 a share in cash, according to people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported late Friday https://bloom.bg/3ANfEVx Pfizer ($PFE), Opko ($OPK) said late Friday the FDA extended the review period for the biologics license application for somatrogon SeaSpine Holdings Corp. ($SPNE) said late Friday it expects its total revenue for q3 of 2021 to grow in mid-single digit range; said it is unable to confirm its prior revenue guidance for q4 and full-year 2021 at this time Syndax Pharmaceuticals ($SNDX) and Incyte ($INCY) announce global collaboration to develop and commercialize axatilimab for chronic graft-versus-host disease and other fibrotic diseases; Syndax to receive $152 million in cash ($117 million upfront plus a $35 million equity investment, with potential for $450 million in additional milestone payments) ASLAN Pharmaceuticals (ASLN) shares fall after announcing data conclusively establishing proof of concept for ASLAN004 in atopic dermatitis; said topline data from multiple-ascending-dose study supports a potentially differentiated safety and efficacy profile. ASLAN004 achieved a statistically significant improvement vs. placebo in the primary efficacy endpoint of percent change from baseline in EASI with significant improvements in other efficacy endpoints Astellas Pharma ($ALPMY) and Seagen ($SGEN) announced that Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has approved PADCEV (enfortumab vedotin) for radically unresectable urothelial carcinoma that has progressed after anti-cancer chemotherapy. Technology, Media & Telecom Google ($GOOGL), seeking to overturn the EU’s $5B antitrust decision from 2018, is arguing that its Android operating system for mobile devices has boosted competition rather than stifled it – WSJ Several Apple ($AAPL) and Tesla ($TSLA) suppliers have halted production at some of their Chinese facilities to comply with Beijing’s tighter energy consumption policy, putting supply-chain continuity at risk during a peak season for electronics goods including the latest iPhones. – Nikkei reports https://s.nikkei.com/3m1F7EF Vizio ($VZIO) a positive mention in Barron’s saying stock buyers should consider newly public Vizio, which completed upfront advertising negotiations with more than $100 million in commitments, up fourfold from last year com’s ($AMZN) Whole Foods Market is implementing a grocery delivery fee across the U.S., rolling back a perk the retailer had offered for paying Prime members since it began offering home delivery from the organic grocer

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Market Cap

54.03 M

Beta

0.34

Avg. Volume

149.45 K

Shares Outstanding

41.56 M

Yield

0%

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Company Information

Founded in 1980, S&W Seed Company is a global agricultural seed technology company headquartered in Longmont, Colorado. S&W's vision is to be the world's preferred proprietary seed company which supplies a range of forage and specialty crop products that supports the growing global demand for animal proteins and healthier consumer diets. S&W is a global leader in proprietary alfalfa, sorghum and pasture seeds, with significant research and development, production and distribution capabilities. S&W's product portfolio also includes hybrid sunflower and wheat and the company is utilizing its research and breeding expertise to develop and produce stevia, the all-natural, zero calorie sweetener for the food and beverage industry.

CEO: Mark Wong

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HQ: 2101 Ken Pratt Blvd. Longmont, 80501 Colorado

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