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UK Market Closed in the red yesterday, amid ongoing concerns about the new Omicron Covid variant. AJ Bell declined 8.6%, even though the company raised its dividend payout and announced a special payout to shareholders, after reporting an increase in its annual profits. Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings dropped 8.1%, after announcing that Kenneth Gregor would step down as its Chief Financial Officer and as an Executive Director by 30 June 2022. Abrdn eased 3.8%, after the company confirmed that it agreed to acquire Interactive Investor for a cash consideration of £1.49 billion. Meanwhile, Royal Dutch Shell added 1.6%, after the oil & gas company announced that it has started share buybacks of up to $1.5 billion. Wizz Air Holdings rose 0.9%, after the airline operator reported a rise in its passengers in November. The FTSE 100 declined 0.6%, to close at 7,129.2, while the FTSE 250 fell 1%, to end at 22,684.8. Europe Market Finishing lower yesterday, amid fears about the Omicron coronavirus variant and the possibility of lockdown measures. Hermes International dropped 3.1%, despite the goods company’s inclusion in the Euro STOXX 50 index. Safran fell 1.0%. The company announced that it expects organic revenue growth over 2021-2025 to reach 10% CAGR. ThyssenKrupp slid 0.5%, after the industrial engineering and steel production company announced that it expects a turnaround to profit during the current fiscal, despite ongoing Covid related crisis. Sandvik shed 0.4%. The engineering company announced that it has inked a deal to acquire Deswik for an undisclosed sum. On the contrary, Vifor Pharma skyrocketed 21.0%, following reports that Australian biotech company, CSL, is in discussions to acquire the group for around $10 billion. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 1.2%, to settle at 1,803.2. The German DAX Xetra fell 1.4%, to settle at 15,263.1, while the French CAC-40 shed 1.3%, to close at 6,795.8. US Market Ended higher yesterday, on hopes that the new Covid-19 variant, Omicron, would prove mild and would not affect strongly recovering US economy. Boeing climbed 7.5%, following news that China’s aviation regulator cleared the company’s 737 Max to fly again. Five Below advanced 5.0%, after the company reported better than expected revenue and earnings in the third quarter. On the flipside, Signet Jewelers eased 5.1%, even though the company reported a rise in its third quarter earnings. Dollar General dropped 3.1%, after the company announced plans to open 1,000 Popshelf stores by the end of fiscal year 2025. Apple fell 0.6%, amid news that the technology giant warned some suppliers over a slowdown in demand for iPhone 13 series. The S&P 500 gained 1.4%, to settle at 4,577.1. The DJIA rose 1.8%, to settle at 34,639.8, while the NASDAQ added 0.8%, to close at 15,381.3. Asia Market We’re trading mostly higher this morning. In Japan, Nissan Motor and Credit Saison have advanced 3.8% and 3.9%, respectively. Meanwhile, Fanuc and Tokyo Electric Power have fallen 0.9% and 1.0%, respectively. In Hong Kong, CLP Holdings and Geely Automobile Holdings have dropped 1.2% and 1.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Sands China and AAC Technologies Holdings have risen 1.9% and 2.0%, respectively. In South Korea, Hankook Steel and Galaxia SM have climbed 10.4% and 11.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Dae Young Packaging and kakaopay have declined 3.5% and 3.6%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.3% higher at 27,850.5. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.7% down at 23,612.4, while the Kospi index is trading 0.8% higher at 2,969.8.
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UK Market Finished lower on Friday, amid losses in commodity and travel sector stocks, on concerns around fresh Covid-19 restrictions in Europe. Kingfisher dropped 4.4%, after the home improvement retailer reported a fall in its like-for-like sales in the third quarter and on concerns over a lack of visibility on the outlook for the financial year 2022-23. On the flipside, Halma advanced 1.3%, following the acquisition of Infinite Leap, Inc., an American firm, for its medical sector business, CenTrak. Unilever added 0.7%, following news that the company agreed to sell the bulk of its tea business to CVC Capital Partners for a consideration of €4.5 billion. Great Portland Estates rose 0.1%, after the company swung to an interim profit, as Covid lockdowns were eased and it upgraded its annual rental value growth. The FTSE 100 declined 0.4%, to close at 7,223.6, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.3%, to end at 23,492.5. . European Market Finished lower on Friday, on concerns about rising coronavirus cases and fresh lock-down measures in several countries across Europe. Equinor declined 5.2%, after a Norwegian government-funded study indicated that the company’s investment in Dogger Bank, the world's largest offshore wind project under construction, would be unprofitable. Eni dropped 2.1%. The company announced that it has signed a partnership deal with BF Group to produce biofuels from agricultural products as a part of its efforts to increase its biofuel production capacity. Novo Nordisk fell 0.1%. The company announced that it would acquire Dicerna, a biopharmaceutical company focusing on ribonucleic acid interference (RNAi) technology, for a consideration of approximately $3.3 billion. Meanwhile, Hermes International advanced 5.2%, following reports that the luxury group may be added to the Eurostoxx 50 index during a December review. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 0.3%, to settle at 1,881.7. The German DAX Xetra fell 0.4%, to settle at 16,160.0, while the French CAC-40 shed 0.4%, to close at 7,112.3. . US Market Closed mostly lower on Friday, led by losses in financial and airlines sector stocks. Foot Locker sank 12.0%, after the athletic footwear and apparel retailer indicated that it expects global supply chain constraints to persist through current quarter. Applied Materials declined 5.5%, after the company reported lower than expected earnings in the fourth quarter and gave a weaker than expected current quarter outlook. Dillard’s dropped 2.2%, after the department store operator announced a $15 per share special dividend. Williams-Sonoma fell 1.5%, as the company reported better than expected third quarter revenue and raised its annual forecast. SoFi Technologies shed 1.0%, amid news that investor, Chamath Palihapitiya, sold 15% of his stake in the company. The S&P 500 slipped 0.1%, to settle at 4,698.0. The DJIA fell 0.7%, to settle at 35,602.0, while the NASDAQ added 0.4%, to close at 16,057.4. . Asian Market Markets in Asia are trading mostly lower this morning. In Japan, Obayashi and Yokohama Rubber have dropped 2.0% and 2.1%, respectively. Meanwhile, Shinsei Bank and Tokio Marine Holdings have advanced 3.0% and 3.1%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Wharf Real Estate Investment and Country Garden Services Holdings have fallen 1.4% and 1.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, China Overseas Land & Investment and China Mobile have added 0.9% and 1.0%, respectively. In South Korea, KCTech and NS Shopping have climbed 8.7% and 8.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Hwaseung Enterprise and Galaxia SM have declined 6.7% and 6.9%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.1% lower at 29,720.2. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.4% down at 24,962.1, while the Kospi index is trading 1.3% higher at 3,010.5.
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UK Market Markets finished higher yesterday, amid weakness in the British Pound, after the Bank of England (BoE) kept key interest rates unchanged. BT Group surged 11.0%, after the telecommunications company reaffirmed its earnings outlook for 2022 and continued its dividend payments. Curry’s climbed 8.8%, as the electrical retailer announced a share buyback, after reporting a jump in its organic sales. Tate & Lyle advanced 4.9%, after the company reported an increase in its revenue in the first half of 2021. JD Sports Fashion rose 3.7%, even though the Competition and Markets Authority ordered it to sell Footasylum, after an inspection found competition concerns. Smith & Nephew added 2.6%, even though the company forecasted to report weaker than expected annual results. TI Fluid Systems edged 0.9% up, even though the company reported a decline in its third quarter revenues. The FTSE 100 rose 0.4%, to close at 7,279.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 1.5%, to end at 23,471.1. . Europe Market Closed higher yesterday, after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) announced its widely expected decision to scale back its bond purchase program from November. aalstria office surged 17.4%, after the real estate investment trust announced a takeover bid from Canada-based, Brookfield Asset Management. Veolia Environnement advanced 4.2%, as the resource management firm confirmed its annual earnings outlook, after reporting upbeat results in the third quarter. Deutsche Post added 3.0%, after the company raised its annual earnings outlook. Societe Generale rose 1.0%, after the lender reported stronger than expected earnings in the third quarter and following the appointment of a new Financial Chief. Roche Holding gained 0.5%, after the company bought back its around one-third voting stake from Novartis for a consideration of $20.7 billion. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.3%, to close at 1,869.9. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 rose 0.4%, to close at 16,029.7, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.5%, to settle at 6,987.8. . US Market Closed mostly higher yesterday, supported by gains in chipmaker sector stocks. Etsy surged 13.2%, after the company reported better than expected earnings in the third quarter. Qualcomm jumped 12.7%, after the chipmaker reported stronger than expected revenue and earnings in the fourth quarter. Lumen Technologies climbed 12.6%, after the telecommunications company reported higher than expected earnings in the third quarter. NVIDIA advanced 12.0%, after a top broker lifted its target price on the stock to $320.0 from $245.0. Planet Fitness gained 11.7%, after the fitness centre reported upbeat results in the third quarter and lifted its annual revenue forecast. On the other hand, Qorvo declined 13.3%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Buy’. The S&P 500 gained 0.4%, to settle at 4,680.1. The DJIA fell 0.1%, to settle at 36,124.2, while the NASDAQ advanced 0.8%, to close at 15,940.3. . Asia Market We’re trading lower this morning, amid renewed concerns over Chinese developers. In Japan, JFE Holdings and Nikon have dropped 5.4% and 7.9%, respectively. Meanwhile, Hitachi and DeNA have advanced 1.3% and 2.4%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Tencent Holdings and Alibaba Group Holding have fallen 2.3% and 3.1%, respectively. Meanwhile, Geely Automobile Holdings and Li Ning have risen 1.2% and 3.1%, respectively. In South Korea, Galaxia SM and Dentium have declined 6.8% and 11.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Sunny Electronics and Jico have climbed 10.1% and 29.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.8% lower at 29,567.9. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.0% down at 24,985.1, while the Kospi index is trading 0.5% lower at 2,968.9.
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UK Market Closed higher yesterday, as the British Pound weakened due to a lack of progress in talks over Brexit’s Northern Ireland Protocol. BT Group advanced 4.4%, after the telecoms group announced that it had successfully delivered on its £1.0 billion gross annualised cost savings earlier than its March 2023 target. International Consolidated Airlines Group rose 1.8%, after the group announced that British Airways agreed to a £1.0 billion five-year credit facility. AstraZeneca edged up 0.5%, after the drugmaker announced that it would transfer global rights for Eklira and Duaklir to Covis Pharma Group in a deal worth $270 million. On the other hand, Barclays shed 0.7%, after the lender announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Jes Staley, has resigned with immediate effect. Land Securities Group slid 0.1%, after the company announced that it would acquire property regeneration company, U&I Group for a consideration of £190.0 million. The FTSE 100 gained 0.7%, to close at 7,288.6, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.5%, to end at 23,211.2. . Europe Market Finished higher yesterday, amid optimism over corporate earnings. Credit Suisse Group advanced 5.6%, after the lender stated that it would give an update on its group strategy review this week. Volkswagen rose 2.4%, following reports that Skoda Auto is restarting its production following a two-week outage caused by a shortage of semiconductor chips. Novartis edged up 1.2%, following news that the US Food and Drug administration approved Scemblix (asciminib) for the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia. On the flipside, Pandora dropped 5.8%, even though the jewellery maker raised its full year outlook. Ryanair Holdings fell 0.5%, even though the company recorded its first quarterly profit since before COVID-19. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.7%, to close at 1,854.2. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 rose 0.8%, to close at 15,806.3, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.9%, to settle at 6,893.3. . US Market Closed higher yesterday, ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting later this week. Franklin Resources jumped 11.6%, after the company agreed to purchase private equity firm, Lexington Partners for a consideration of $1.75 billion. Harley-Davidson climbed 9.1%, following news that the US and the European Union had decided to lower dueling tariffs on steel, aluminium and motorcycle imports. Align Technology advanced 5.9%, after the company announced a share repurchase program of $100.0 million. Coinbase Global rose 3.6%, following news that its peer, Binance temporarily stopped all crypto withdrawals due to a large backlog. American Airlines Group edged up 3.0%, even though the airlines operator cancelled around 2,000 weekend flights due to weather and staffing problems. The S&P 500 gained 0.2%, to settle at 4,613.7. The DJIA rose 0.3%, to settle at 35,913.8, while the NASDAQ advanced 0.6%, to close at 15,595.9. . Asia Market Snapshot Markets in Asia are trading mostly higher this morning. In Japan, JTEKT and Mitsui E&S Holdings have dropped 4.1% and 4.4%, respectively. Meanwhile, BANDAI NAMCO Holdings and FUJIFILM Holdings have added 1.6% and 1.7%, respectively. In Hong Kong, AIA Group and Techtronic Industries have advanced 1.2% and 1.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, PetroChina and Sino Biopharmaceutical have fallen 1.1% and 1.2%, respectively. In South Korea, Kum Yang and KG Chemical have climbed 7.4% and 9.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Sewon Precision Industry and Galaxia SM have declined 4.2% and 4.5%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.4% lower at 29,519.1. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.7% up at 25,339.3, while the Kospi index is trading 1.4% higher at 3,021.9.
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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. (TEX) 3Q EPS $0.67 vs est. $0.72 on sales $993.8Mm vs est. $1.0B; guides FY sales $3.85B vs est. $3.86B, sees FY EPS $2.75-2.85 vs est. $2.82 Werner Enterprise (WERN) Q3 EPS $0.94 vs. est. $0.95; Q3 revs $702.9M vs. est. $700.8M S. Steel (X) announces a $300 million stock repurchase program and increases its quarterly dividend to $0.05 per share; Q3 adjusted EPS $5.36 tops consensus $4.85; Q3 revs $5.96B vs. est. $5.79B
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Thursday, October 28, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 54.00 0.15% 35,443 S&P 500 11.25 0.26% 4,556 Nasdaq 74.50 0.47% 15.662 U.S. futures are looking at a rebound after a late day swoon erased record gains for stocks, as markets again await another earnings barrage, with yesterday and today the two busiest days of the quarter. Drama out of Washington D.C. also adding to the volatility as investors remain hopeful on a spending bill. As for Wednesday, a midday all-time high for the Nasdaq 100 was marred by a late day sell-off in U.S. stocks, as the S&P 500 and Dow each retreated from records set just the previous day, led by weakness in energy stocks as oil prices tumbled from 7-year highs and long-dated Treasury yields also slumped, with the 30-year falling as much as 10bps below 2%. Corporate earnings have generally been better-than-expected, but constant reminders about rising costs, supply-chain issues, and labor shortages on conference calls brings into question the strength of markets going forward. Couple that with expectations for the Fed to begin its asset tapering plans in November and chances of interest rate hikes in mid-2022 to help prevent inflation getting further out of hand remains a market concern. Shares of Dow components McDonald’s, Coca-Cola and Microsoft rallied behind strong earnings. In fact, the Nasdaq outperformed behind large cap winners (TSLA, GOOGL MSFT, AMZN), though breadth was decisively negative and SmallCaps plunged with the Russell 200 falling nearly 2%. President Biden’s infrastructure and social-spending plans still remain “up-in-the-air” which also adds uncertainty. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell about 1% to 28,820, the Shanghai Index slipped -1.23% to 3.518 and the Hang Seng Index dipped about -0.25% to 25,555. In Europe, the German DAX is down -0.15% at 15,680, while the FTSE 100 is also down roughly -0.2% at 7,240. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -23.11 points, or 0.51%, to 4,551.68 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -266.19 points, or 0.74%, to 35,490.69 The Nasdaq Composite little changed, or 0.00%, to 15,235.84 The Russell 2000 Index declined -43.58 points, or 1.90% to 2,252.49 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 290K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 2.415M 8:30 AM ET Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for Q3-A…est. 2.7% (down from prior) 8:30 AM ET GDP Consumer Spending for Q3-A…prior month 12.0% 8:30 AM ET GDP Price Deflator for Q3…est. 5.5% 8:30 AM ET Core-PCE Prices Advance for Q3…est. 4.5% 10:00 AM ET Pending Home Sales MoM for September…est. 0% 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data 11:00 AM ET Kansas City Fed Manufacturing for October 1:00 PM ET U.S. to sell $62 bln 7-year notes Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AB, ABMD, ADS, AEP, AGCO, ALNY, AMT, AOS, ATI, BAX, BC, BSIG, BTU, CARR, CAR, CBRE, CBZ, CFR, CG, CMCO, CMCSA, CMS, CNX, COLB, CONE, COOP, COR, CWT, DBD, EME, EXP, FCN, GPI, GVA, HBAN, HSY, IBP, ICE, ITW, KBR, KDP, KEX, LECO, LH, LKQ, MA, MCO, MDD, MO, MRK, NEM, NLSN, NOC, OSK, OSIS, OSTK, PBF, RGEN, RLGY, RS, SAH, SAIA, SNDR, SWI, SWK, TAP, TFX, TPX, TREE, TW, TXT, VC, VLY, WEX, WST, XEL, YUM Earnings After the Close: AAPL, ABCB, ACHC, AGL, AMZN, ASPN, ATEN, ATR, AVT, AX, BIO, BY, CDNA, CHE, COHU, COLM, CPT, CUZ, CWST, DECK, DVA, DXCM, EB, EMN, FISI, FTDR, FTV, GILD, HIG, HUBG, LOPE, LPLA, LTC, NGRC, MHK, MMSI, MPWR, MSTR, NATI, NXGN, PEB, POWI, PSB, PTCT, QUMU, RMD, RSG, SBCF, SBUX, SGEN, SKX, SKYW, SM, SPNE, SSNC, SYK, TEX, TXRH, VCRA, VRSN, WDC, WRAP, WRE, X, ZEN Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -1.61 81.05 Brent -1.37 83.21 Gold -2.10 1,801.20 EUR/USD -0.0006 1.1598 JPY/USD -0.23 113.57 10-Year Note +0.012 1.541% Sector News Breakdown Consumer eBay Inc. (EBAY) 3Q adj EPS $0.90 vs est. $0.89 on revs $2.5B vs est. $2.46B; guides 4Q adj EPS $0.72-0.76 vs est. $1.00, sees 4Q revs $2.57-2.62B vs est. $2.65B; raising estimated FY share buyback from $5.0B to $7.0B Ford Motor (F) announces resumption of stock dividend in 4q; 3Q adj EPS $0.51 vs est. $0.27 on revs $35.7B vs est. $32.5B; expects cash flow over current planning period to be more than sufficient to fund growth, announces resumption of regular stock dividend in 4Q; no changes to FY adj FCF guide of $4.0-5.0B Boot Barn (BOOT) Q2 EPS $1.25 vs est. $0.93 on revenue $312.7M (+67.1% vs 2Q19) vs est. $291M, same-store sales +61.7% YoY, +53.6% vs 2019; sees new unit growth 10% in FY22; named Jim Watkins as CFO with current CFO Greg Hackman continuing as VP and COO Churchill Downs (CHDN) 3Q EPS $1.57 vs est. $1.47 on revs $393Mm vs est. $406.8Mm Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc. (FDP) said it is raising prices on bananas, pineapples and fresh-cut fruit in response to unprecedented market conditions and inflationary pressures being felt across all industries iRobot (IRBT) Q3 EPS $1.67 vs. est. $0.70; Q3 revs $440.7M vs. est. $417.04M; cuts FY21 non-GAAP EPS view to $1.15-$1.74 from $2.25-$3.15 (est. $2.70) and lowers FY21 revenue view to $1.56B-$1.59B from $1.55B-$1.62B (est. $1.58B) Noodles (NDLS) Q3 adj EPS 12c vs est. 9c on in-line revenue $125.1M with digital sales 52% of total revs; system-wide comp sales +16.3% vs est. +14.3%, avg unit volume $1.38M, +16% YoY; now sees 7-9 new restaurants in 2021, down from prior outlook for 10-15; anticipates system-wide unit growth of at least 8% next year O’Reilly Auto (ORLY) Q3 EPS $8.07 vs. est. $7.18; Q3 sales $3.48B vs. est. $3.3B; gross profit margin 52.3% vs. 52.4% y/y; raises year rev outlook to $12.9B-$13.2B from prior $12.3B-$12.6B (est. $12.73B) Sleep Number (SNBR) 3Q EPS $2.22 vs est. $1.44 on revs $640Mm vs est. $587.1Mm; sees FY EPS $7.25 vs est. $7.15; Spirit Airlines (SAVE) Q3 adj EPS ($0.69) was a narrower loss than est. ($1.02) on in-line revs $922.6M; load factor 77.6%, capacity +3.5% vs 3Q19; is slowing the pace to push back to full fleet utilization, expects to produce 53B-55B available seat miles in 2022 VICI Properties (VICI) 3Q adj FFO/shr $0.45 on revs $375.7Mm; guides FY adj FFO/shr $1.7901.80 vs est. $1.84 Wyndham Hotels (WH) 3Q EPS $1.09 vs est. $0.91 on net revs $463Mm vs est. $463Mm; guides FY RevPAR growth about 43%, sees fee-related and other revs $1.21-1.23B; guides FY adj EPS $2.93-3.03 vs est. $2.69 Yum China (YUMC) Q3 adj EPS $0.22 vs. est. $0.31; Q3 revs $2.55B vs. est. $2.51B; qtrly total system sales increased 1% year over year, with increases of 1% at both KFC and Pizza Hut, excluding f/x; increasing gross new stores target to over 1,700 in 2021; expect that covid-19, especially the delta variant outbreaks, will continue to affect consumer behavior and impact our same-store sales recovery. Solo Brands, Inc. (DTC) prices 12.9M share IPO at $17.00 per share Scientific Games Corp (SGMS) announces sale of lottery business to Brookfield business partners for $6.05 billion; deal consisting of $5.825 bln in cash & an earn-out of up to $225 mln based on achievement of certain ebitda targets in 2022 & 2023 Energy, Industrials & Materials Allison Transmission (ALSN) 3Q EPS $0.89 vs est. $0.90 on revs $567Mm vs est. $584Mm; guides FY sales $2.325-2.4B vs est. $2.36B Flowserve Corp. (FLS) 3Q adj EPS $0.29 vs est. $0.40 on revs $866.1Mm vs est. $899Mm; guides FY revs down 2-4% vs est. -2.3%, sees FY EPS $1.45-1.65 (was $1.40-1.45) vs est. $1.58, sees CAPEX $70-80Mm vs prior $65Mm Kraton (KRA) Q3 adj EPS $0.98 vs. est. $0.79; Q3 revs $526.9M vs. est. $459.1M; Polymer segment operating income of $43.8 million, compared to an operating loss of $5.1 million YoY; Chemical segment operating income of $35.7M, compared to an operating loss of $401.7M YoY Sunnova Energy (NOVA) Q3 EPS ($0.25) vs est. ($0.13) on revenue $68.9M vs est. $67.4M; reaffirmed FY21 view for adj EBITDA $80M-$85M, customer additions 55k-58k; set FY22 guidance for adj EBITDA $117M-$137M, customer additions 83k-87k Tronox Holdings (TROX) Q3 adj EPS $0.72 vs. est. $0.64; Q3 revs rose 29% to $870M vs. est. $905.3M United Rentals (URI) 3Q adj EPS $6.58 vs est. $6.80 on revs $2.6B vs est. $2.58B; guides FY revs $9.6-9.75B vs est. $9.6B, sees FY adj EBITDA $4.325-4.4B vs est. 4.3B Financials Aflac (AFL) Q3 adj EPS $1.53 vs. est. $1.32; Q3 revs $5.2B vs. est. $5.34B; in yen terms, Aflac Japan’s net premium income was ¥323.1 bln for quarter, or 4.0% lower than a year ago AvalonBay (AVB) Q3 core FFO $2.06 vs est. 1.97, EPS $0.56 vs est. $0.77, same-store sales +1.2%; sees Q4 core FFO $2.19-$2.29 vs est. $2.11, raised FY core FFO view to $8.18-$8.28 from $7.92-$8.12 CyrusOne Inc. (CONE) 3Q adj FFO/shr $1.02 vs est. $0.99 on revs $304.1Mm vs est. $290.4Mm; guides FY revs $1.18-1.2B vs est. $1.17B Invitation Homes (INVH) Q3 core FFO 38c/shr vs est. 36c, EPS 12c vs est. 10c, revenue $510M vs est. $497.8M; same-store NOI +11.9% YoY on same-store revs +7.9%; raised FY21 core EPS view to $1.49 at midpoint from $1.44, adj FFO ro $1.28 at midpoint from $1.24 Lending Club (LC) Q3 EPS $0.26 vs est. $0.03 on revenue $246.2M vs est. $221.2M; sees Q4 revs $240M-$250M vs est. $235.7M, loan originations $2.8-$3B; raised FY view for revenue to $796M-$806M from $750M-$780M Raymond James (RJF) Q4 EPS $2.06 vs. est. $1.71; Q4 revs $2.7B vs. est. $2.54B; quarter-end records for client assets under administration of $1.18 trillion, financial assets under management of $191.9B, and net loans at Raymond James Bank of $25B The SEC asked at least one asset manager not to proceed with plans for a leveraged bitcoin exchange-traded fund, according to a person familiar with the matter. The SEC indicated it wants to limit new bitcoin-related products to those that provide unleveraged exposure to bitcoin futures contracts, such as the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy exchange-traded fund, which was launched last week, the person said. https://on.wsj.com/3GvG2qg Healthcare Align Technology (ALGN) 3Q adj EPS $2.87 vs est. $2.60 on revs $1.02B vs est. $978Mm; guides FY revs $3.9-3.95B vs est. $3.94B; says clinical study validates benefits of the Itero Element 5D imaging system Alnylam (ALNY) reports positive topline 18-month results from Helios-a phase 3 study of Vutrisiran in patients with HATTR amyloidosis with polyneuropathy BioMarin (BMRN) Q3 GAAP EPS loss (-$0.20) vs. est. loss (-$0.25); Q3 revs $408.7M vs. est. $435.32M; Lower Kuvan product revenues primarily due to generic competition due to the loss of exclusivity in the U.S.; Lower Aldurazyme product revenues due to timing of product fulfillment to Genzyme Edwards LifeSciences (EW) Q3 EPS $0.54 vs. est. $0.53; Q3 revs $1.3B vs. est. $1.32B; sees FY21 adjusted EPS at high end of $2.07-$2.27 (est. $2.26) and reaffirms FY21 revenue view $5.2B-$5.4B (est. $5.32B); TAVR sales grew 15%; underlying 14%; U.S. TAVR sales grew 12%; OUS approximately 20% Encompass Health (EHC) Q3 adj EPS $1.03 vs. est. $1.06; Q3 revs $1.28B vs. est. $1.31B; cuts FY21 adj EPS view to $4.23-$4.38 from $4.32-$4.47 and lowers FY21 revenue view to $5.08B-$5.13B from $5.1B-$5.25B (est. $5.18B) Molina Healthcare (MOH) Q3 adj EPS $2.83 vs. est. $2.79; Q3 revs $7.04B vs. est. $6.79B; backs FY21 EPS view of no less than $13.25 vs. est. $13.38 and backs FY21 revenue view of no less than $27.5B vs. est. $26.97B; consolidated MCR for Q3 was 88.9%, compared to 85.9% in the third quarter of 2020 Teladoc (TDOC) Q3 EPS loss (-$0.53) vs. est. loss (-$0.65); Q3 revs $521.66M vs. est. $516.6M; Q3 visits topped 3.9M, 37% higher than Q3 2020; sees Q4 EPS loss (73c)-(53c) vs. est. loss (69c); sees Q4 revs $536M-$546M vs. est. $539.74M; sees Q4 total visits 3.9M-4.1M
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nel frattempo, come ho predetto grazie agli indicatori ciclici, il dax esattamente alle 21.30 ha iniziato a salire verso la zona sellers..ah già perché anche la SM non funziona niente
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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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took 4 contracts on ym for 90 points but missed the lovely signalled reversal. It was contra and all a bit quick. Hourly blended sm touch and up she went.
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@Dave84 #LWT Trading
yeah sm going to give them a miss tbh it logs me out of there sign up page before I have time to fill it in lol
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Asian Markets Are continuing as trading higher this morning. In Japan, Tokyu Fudosan Holdings and NEXON have advanced 2.3% and 2.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals and Mitsubishi Motors have dropped 2.6% and 2.7%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Longfor Group Holdings and Sunny Optical Technology Group have fallen 1.4% and 1.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, Sun Hung Kai Properties and New World Development have added 0.9% and 1.0%, respectively. In South Korea, Central Insight and SNT Energy have climbed 18.3% and 25.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, Samsung Pharmaceutical and Galaxia SM have declined 5.1% and 5.4%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.2% higher at 29,005.9. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.7% down at 28,703.0, while the Kospi index is trading 0.2% higher at 3,246.1.
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ok, wasn't sure, but an sm bounce goes against median channels lines generally righ
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Boom! SM bounce!
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SM Markit Composite PMI For April 63.5 Vs 62.2 Est; 59.7 Prior
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Another SM crossover for a few on the YM
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Gold SM crossover for a few points
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Thats GREAT trading > @Adam222 said: I got caught on the first bounce as it retraced, second effort was the real SM reversal that more than made up for it.
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I got caught on the first bounce as it retraced, second effort was the real SM reversal that more than made up for it.
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Asia Market Asia was trading lower this morning, tracking overnight losses on Wall Street. In Japan, Fanuc and Kawasaki Heavy Industries have dropped 3.9% and 4.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, Casio Computer and Advantest 2.2% and 2.8%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Techtronic Industries and Alibaba Group Holding have fallen 1.7% and 1.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, AAC Technologies Holdings and China Resources Land have added 0.7% and 1.9%, respectively. In South Korea, Tapex and Galaxia SM declined 7.5% and 8.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Husteel and KR Motors have climbed 7.8% and 9.0%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.2% lower at 29,877.3. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.8% down at 30,335.5, while the Kospi index is trading 0.4% lower at 3,074.
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Testing out Tradovate as well. After an unsettled morning we got a nice SM and VWAP bounce for a couple of points.
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Took two careful doubles on that SM rebound.
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YM had a SM bounce after meeting the hourly crib...
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Buy on dips.. SM reversal on NQ ....
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could be on for a sm reversal on ym
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Couple long on YM. Not aiming for much TBH - Sm reversal but in a weak market. Low volume day.
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Mnaged to catch this sm bounce - should've given my second more space, but in these climes...
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SM reversal on the YM .... kershing
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Happy with this double on an NQ SM bounce - breached the centre median line after 5 bounces before it was thrown out again.
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ad gambar gembok, apakah sm grup ny atau pny org lain?
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PS: die SM Player haben den Markt übernommen
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no si chiama FS.... dobbiamo solo capire se FS e SM si conoscono!! 😆 > @ermes_85 said: come si chiama il tuo amico? perché anch'io avevo un amico che mi diceva di averla inventata
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è per caso SM?
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@oc123123 #LWT Trading
Just want to put this out there: watch the market carefully from Dec 21st on thru end of Jan. This is potential for SM crash bcz of US President change over in flux. So keep your eye on FAANGT for volatilty..imo
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Asia Market Asia was trading mostly higher this morning. In Japan, Dai-ichi Life Holdings and Yokogawa Electric have fallen 1.9% and 2.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, Mitsubishi Materials and Denso have advanced 3.1% and 3.3%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Sino Biopharmaceutical and Tencent Holdings have risen 2.0% and 2.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China and CK Hutchison Holdings have dropped 1.6% and 1.7%, respectively. In South Korea, Heung-A Shipping and Galaxia SM have climbed 7.1% and 7.2%, respectively. Meanwhile, Seha and Young Poong Paper Manufacturing have declined 4.3% and 4.4%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading marginally lower at 26,800.2. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.6% up at 26,682.2, while the Kospi index is trading marginally higher at 2,676.9
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thank you sm
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nu dm noy momdiion to trstre ....... sm dick'sick
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got u thanks sm @maletone > @maletone said: give it a try
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Neptune5045 8/18/20 10:31 10:31 General Chat that'd be great thanks sm mate @FillTheGapToZero said: 5.76 gb not so bad, let me see if I can upload on google drive
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that'd be great thanks sm mate > @FillTheGapToZero said: 5.76 gb not so bad, let me see if I can upload on google drive
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SM Energy Company is an independent energy company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development, and production of crude oil, natural gas, and NGLs in the state of Texas.
CEO: Javan Ottoson
HQ: 1775 N Sherman St Denver, 80203-1100 Colorado