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$68ish is a big spot...let's see how it reacts?
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Asian shares fell on Friday, extending their biggest monthly drop since the height of global pandemic lockdowns last March on lingering investor concern over regulatory crackdowns in China on the education, property and tech sectors. Losses deepened even after reassurances from Chinese regulators and official media that helped to soothe investors' nerves a day earlier, and following indications from the U.S. Federal Reserve that its bond-buying programme will remain unchanged for now. A continuing outbreak of Delta variant COVID-19 cases in China's coastal province of Jiangsu also weighed on the mood on Friday. Futures pointed to a lower open for European share markets. Euro Stoxx 50 futures fell 0.8%, German DAX futures fell 0.79% and FTSE futures slipped 0.68%. "It's clear investors are very rattled by the regulatory crackdown," said Michael Frazis, portfolio manager at Frazis Capital Partners in Sydney, while adding that the market continues to face other near-term pressure. "You will have talk about tapering, and you do have a lot of coronavirus beneficiaries which are largely in the tech sector. (Earnings) growth will be slow, and they will be reporting numbers off of very high bases for this time last year... We expect tech indices to be challenged in the near term, but we're very optimistic over the medium and long term." On Friday, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.33%, taking its losses for the month to more than 7%. Japan's Nikkei dipped 1.80%, its 11th straight month of falls on the last trading day in the month. Chinese blue-chips fell 1.06%, and Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 2.11%, with tech stocks once again dragging. The Hang Seng Tech index shed more than 4%, deepening its fall for the month to more than 18%. Seoul's Kospi fell 1.16%. The falls in Asia came despite robust U.S. earnings and forecasts, as well as strong second-quarter economic growth figures, that helped to lift Wall Street to record intraday highs on Thursday. The U.S. economy grew past pre-pandemic levels in the second quarter, helped by rising vaccinations and government aid, though the expansion fell short of expectations and rising COVID-19 infections are clouding the outlook for the current quarter. Lower-than-expected revenue reported by Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) on Thursday, and the company's forecast of slower sales growth in the coming quarters weighed on U.S. stock futures. Nasdaq e-mini futures slid 1.30% and S&P 500 e-minis were down 0.79%. FLATTER CURVE After rising Thursday on U.S. economic data, U.S. Treasury yields pulled back, particularly toward the long end of the yield curve. Benchmark 10-year notes last yielded 1.2456%, down from 1.269% late on Thursday, and the 30-year yield stood at 1.9013%, down from 1.916% on Thursday. The spread between the U.S. 10-year and 2-year yield narrowed to 106.6 basis points. "We think bond yields now discount an unduly pessimistic view of the medium- to long-term outlook... The prospects for a robust recovery - and higher bond yields - are arguably much better," analysts at Capital Economics said in a client note. But following Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's statement earlier this week that rate increases are "a ways away" and the job market still had "some ground to cover", the dollar wallowed near one-month lows on Friday and was set for its worst week since May. The dollar index was last up 0.09% at 91.968, with the euro down 0.06% at $1.1879. The greenback was 0.1% higher against the yen at 109.57. In commodities markets, oil prices fell back after global benchmark Brent on Thursday topped $76 a barrel on tight U.S. supplies. Brent was down 0.53% at $75.65 per barrel and U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude traded down 0.52% at $73.24. Brent crude is still up nearly 2% for the week. Spot gold was little changed at $1,827.31 an ounce, but was set for its best week in more than two months on the prospect of delayed Fed tapering.
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@jkchtrades #Dark Pool Charts
spot covered/covering the gap which i called out yesterday.. did anyone take that ?
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$40's and $39's was a nice spot to hit it
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right here is a decent spot to short
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not trying to blow up his spot
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do or die spot for FCELL
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I can't trade at all so just trying to spot shit
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20% über spot price.....
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Sogno un giorno uno spot in TV a reti unificate in cui c'è Renato che urla puntando gli indici contro la telecamera "TU TU TU TU CHE APPICCHI GLI INCENDI NEI BOSCHI! Che ti possa prendere uno short sul nasdaq!"
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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
I think sweet spot is 42-44k before heavy resistance @atlas01
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DAMN - google "amc dark pool" Im on page 1 spot 3 lesssss goooo!
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could be a good bottom fishing spot
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@kalpintravis #Dark Pool Charts
BA looks like it's in a sweet spot to form an inverse H&S potentially
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good spot here, any flow recently @dros
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good spot for sure
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it's a decent spot. personally I'd wait for a break of $40 before putting too much weight behind a long > @golden_ said: TRIP looks like a good spot for a swing. only concern is the delta variant but technically it's a good point.
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TRIP looks like a good spot for a swing. only concern is the delta variant but technically it's a good point.
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that might be a short time supprt spot. still plenmty of day for it to swipe and clear out the high of the day
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McElligott on Wednesday wrote that Nomura’s desk saw downside hedges actually monetized on Friday, with little or no follow-through. “The post GFC muscle memory is to immediately ‘sell vol-spike rips / buy the dip in spot,’ as the selloffs are just too fast to linger more than a day or two anymore,” he remarked.
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Tuesday, July 20, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 182.00 0.53% 34,582 S&P 500 16.25 0.38% 4,331 Nasdaq 8.50 0.06% 14,731 U.S. stocks continue to recover from an early-week selloff prompted by fears surrounding the rapidly-spreading Delta variant as major averages rose about 1.6% on Tuesday, with investors again taking any market pullback as an opportunity to jump back into equities. A handful of Dow components expected to report earnings this morning with Johnson & Johnson, Coca-Cola and Verizon coming up. In Washington, a $1.2T bipartisan infrastructure bill will face an initial procedural floor vote in U.S. Senate today, which aims to upgrade roads and bridges, water systems and expand broadband Internet. European equities are in the green, extending opening gains to trade near best levels for the week as travel the strongest sector followed by retail and banking names. Crude futures drift higher as September WTI rises over 1% to trade back on a $68-handle and Brent trades back above $70. Netflix ($NFLX) shares little changed after mixed earnings results overnight. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index climbed 159 points to 27,548, the Shanghai Index gained 25 points to 3,562 and the Hang Seng Index slipped -34 points to 27,224. In Europe, the German DAX is up over 130 points to 15,350, while the FTSE 100 gains over 100 points (1.58%) to move just below the 7,000 level. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 64.57 points, or 1.52%, to 4,323.06 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 549.95 points, or 1.62%, to 34,511.99 The Nasdaq Composite surged 223.89 points, or 1.57%, to 14,498.88 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 63.62 points, or 2.99% to 2,194.30 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $AFI, $ANTM, $BHLB, $BKR, $BOKF, $CMA, $FCFS, $HOG, $IPG, $JNJ, $KNX, $KO, $LAD, $LVS, $MKTX, $MTB, $NDAQ, $NTRS, $STX, $TZOO, $USAP, $VZ, $WRLD Earnings After the Close: $BANR, $BXS, $CCI, $CNS, $CSX, $CVLG, $DFS, $EFX, $EGBN, $FR, $GGG, $GL, $GSBC, $INBK, $KALU, $KMI, $LOB, $LSTR, $MC, $NTGR, $NVEC, $OMF, $PLXS, $REXR, $RGP, $RLI, $SLG, $SLM, $STC, $STL, $TBK, $TCBI, $THC, $TSC, $TXN, $UFPI, UMPQ, $VMI, $WASH, $WHR Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.85 68.05 Brent 0.90 70.25 Gold -6.30 1,804.00 EUR/USD -0.0007 1.1774 JPY/USD 0.25 110.10 10-Year Note +0.036 1.245% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Chipotle Mexican Grill ($CMG) shares rise 4%; 2Q adj EPS $7.46 vs. est. $6.52 on revs $1.9B vs. est. $1.88B, digital sales +10.5% (48.5% of total sales), qtrly comps +31.2%, qtrly restaurant level op mgn 24.5%; guides 3Q comps sales +low-mid-double-digits, sees 3Q at or slightly above +200 new restaurants Lands’ End ($LE) raises Q2 revs to $380M-$385M, up from prior view $345M-$355M; raises Q2 adj Ebitda to $36M-$38M from prior view $20M-$23M and ups EPS view to $0.39-$0.43 from prior $0.05-$0.12 (est. $0.07); also raises year revs, income and Ebitda views Sleep Number ($SNBR) shares fall -9% on miss; 2Q EPS $0.88 vs. est. $1.16 on net sales $484.3Mm missing the est. $511Mm; guides FY EPS at least $7.25 vs est. $6.79 (assumes 25% tax rt for remainder of the year) Harley Davidson ($HOG) 2Q adj EPS $1.41 vs est. $1.17 on revs $1.53B vs est. $1.41B, qtrly motorcycle shipments 56,700 vs 28,400 yr-ago; qtrly worldwide motorcycle retail sales 65,300 vs 52,700 yr-ago; guides FY motorcycle segment revs +30-35%, sees FY financial svcs segment op inc +75-85% Lithia Motors ($LAD) Q2 adj EPS $11.12 vs. est. $5.85; Q2 revs $6.01B vs. est. $4.99B; qtrly new vehicle retail sales increased 130.0% and qtrly used vehicle retail sales increased 95.7% Tesla ($TSLA) plans to open its network of superchargers to other electric vehicles later this year, CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter; the co’s fast charging network, with over 25,000 superchargers globally, has given it a competitive edge VICI Properties ($VICI) entered into a strategic arrangement with Great Wolf Resorts whereby VICI Properties may provide certain financing for the construction and development of Great Wolf Lodge resorts throughout the United States United Airlines ($UAL) Q2 op revs $5.47B vs. est. $5.35B; 2Q adj EPS ($3.91) vs est. ($3.91), capacity -46%, 3Q est. capacity -26%; sees 3Q TRASM positive vs 3Q19; expects 4Q adj pre-tax income to be positive; Q2 operating expenses down 42%, down 32% excluding special charges, compared to q2 2019 Energy The American Petroleum Institute ($API) reports that crude inventories rose 806,000 barrels last week, gasoline inventories rose 3.31M barrels and distillate stockpiles fell -1.225M barrels Avangrid ($AGR) Q2 adj EPS 35c vs. est. 41c; Q2 revs $1.48B vs. est. $1.52B; cuts FY21 adjusted EPS view to $2.04-2.22 from $2.25-$2.45 (est. $2.36) Halliburton ($HAL) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman Sachs Financials CME Group ($CME) raises crude oil future Nymex (cl) maintenance margins to $5,450/contract from $5,300 for sept. 2021 Fulton Financial ($FULT) Q2 EPS $0.38 vs. est. $0.33; Q2 net interest income (NII) $162M vs. $152.7M last year; Q2 net interest margin 2.73% vs. 2.81% last year Hope Bancorp ($HOPE) 2Q EPS $0.43 vs est. $0.38, NII $126.6Mm vs est. $127.1Mm Interactive Brokers (IBKR) Q2 adj EPS $0.82 vs. est. $0.83; Q2 revs $754M vs. est. $681.28M; Net interest income increased $78 million, or 40%, from the year-ago quarter; Commission revenue increased $31 million, or 11%, from the year-ago quarter Preferred Bank ($PFBC) 2Q EPS $1.44 vs est. $1.46, NII $43.4Mm vs est. $46.6Mm National Storage ($NSA)8M share Spot Secondary priced at $51.25 Signature Bank ($SBNY)5M share Spot Secondary priced at $235.50 Shift4 Payments ($FOUR) announces offering of 1.79M shares of Class A common stock United Community Bank ($UCBI) Q2 EPS $0.78 vs. est. $0.67; Q2 return on assets (ROA) was 1.46% and its return on common equity was 14.1% for the quarter. On an operating basis, United’s ROA was 1.48% and its return on tangible common equity was 17.8%. On a pre-tax, pre-provision basis, operating return on assets was 1.67% for the quarter. Healthcare Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) Q2 adj EPS $2.48 vs. est. $2.27; Q2 revs $23.31B vs. est. $22.19B; company increasing 2021 full-year guidance for sales and eps; sees 2021 adjusted operational sales change vs. prior year 12.5%-13.5%; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $9.50-$9.60 from $9.30-$9.45 (est. $9.52) and raises FY21 revenue view to $93.8B-$94.6B from $90.6B-$91.6B Anthem ($ANTM) Q2 adj EPS $7.03 vs. est. $6.33; Q2 revs $33.3B vs. est. $33.21B; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to greater than $25.50 vs. est. $25.23 and above prior view for greater than $25.10; its benefit expense ratio – the percentage of premiums paid for medical services – worsened to 86.8% from 77.9% a year earlier Cytokinetics ($CYTK) 10M share Secondary priced at $27.50 Intuitive Surgical ($ISRG) Q2 adj EPS $3.92 vs. est. $3.07; Q2 revs $1.46B vs. est. $1.26B; shipped 328 da Vinci Surgical Systems, an increase of 84% compared with 178 in Q2 of 2020; grew its da Vinci Surgical System installed base to 6,335 systems as of June 30, an increase of 10% compared with 5,764 as of the end of Q2 of 2020; raises FY21 procedure growth view to 27%-30% from 22%-26% and sees FY21 gross profit margin 70.5%-71.5% of revenue Natera ($NTRA) files to sell $350M of common stock SmileDirectClub, Inc. ($SDC) announced that an en banc panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit sided with the company, rejecting the Georgia Board of Dentistry’s attempt to shield itself from antitrust liability through an interlocutory appeal. Celyad Oncology ($CYAD) highlights new preclinical allogeneic armored CAR T candidate developed from its shRNA platform; the submission of IND application for CYAD-203, a new first-in-class shRNA-based allogeneic, IL-18-armored CAR T candidate, expected in mid-2022 Industrials & Materials AAR Corp. ($AIR) Q4 adj EPS $0.47 vs. est. $0.48; Q4 sales $437.6M vs. est. $422.6M; Q4 adj Ebitda $34.3M up +60% y/y Canadian National ($CNI) Q2 adj EPS C$1.49 (in-line with est.) vs. C$1.28 YoY; Q2 revenue C$3.6B versus C$3.21B last year; reaffirms 2021 outlook; still targeting double-digit adjusted eps growth for 2021 and still sees high single-digit volume growth in for 2021; quarterly carloads 1.47 mln vs 1.29 mln Forestar Group ($FOR) 3Q EPS $0.32 vs est. $0.40 on revs $312.9Mm vs est. $307.6Mm; says housing conditions remain favorable across the country, now expect to deliver between 15,500-16,000 lots in FY Rexnord Corp. ($RXN) 2Q adj EPS $0.58 vs est. $0.50 on sales $568Mm vs est. $543.9Mm; expects 3Q sales in WM platform to increase high-teens % YoY Rush Enterprise ($RUSHA) 2Q EPS $1.00 vs. est. $0.82 on revs $1.316B vs. est. $1.31B Technology, Media & Telecom Netflix ($NFLX) 3Q EPS $2.97 vs. est. $3.16 on revs $7.34B vs. est. $7.32B, streaming net adds 1.54Mm w/ about 2/3 of global paid net adds from APAC; guides 3Q streaming net adds 3.5Mm 9vs. est. at 5.5Mm), sees 3Q revs $7.48B vs. est. $7.48B; says continue to target 20% operating margin for FY Avnet ($AVT) guides Q4 EPS $1.01-$1.05 vs. est. $0.79; said strong quarter-over-quarter sales growth in EMEA, Asia and Farnell, and continued operating improvement in the Americas, all contributed to better-than-expected results Qualtrics ($XM) Q2 EPS $0.04 vs. est. loss (2c); Q2 revs $249.3M vs. est. $241.63M; sees Q3 revs $257M-$259M vs. est. $246.6M; Q2 2021 Subscription Revenue of $204.5M, up 48% YoY; next 12 months remaining performance obligations of $754.8M, up 61% YoY ASML Holdings ($ASML) raises its 2021 sales outlook and announces a new share buyback, as orders for its equipment soared amid a global computer chip shortage; announces 9 bln euro ($10.60 bln) share buyback; said demand remained strong as major chipmakers raced to expand production capacity SAP AG ($SAP) Q2 revenue was 6.67 billion euros, up 1% from the year earlier quarter, or 3% higher adjusted for currency, and about in line with the Wall Street analyst consensus forecast at 6.69 billion euros; posted cloud revenue of 2.276 billion euros, up 11%, or 17% in constant currency, missing the Street consensus at 2.31 billion euros CS Disco ($LAW) 7M share IPO priced at $32.00 Paycor ($PYCR)5M share IPO priced at $23.00 VTEX ($VTEX) 19M share IPO priced at $19.00
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looks like a fine spot as any for a toad
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your covers were spot on male!
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oooh I see, actually I got out with a stop in a very reasonable spot, so I am ok I guess
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good spot to start looking the other way for "turn around tuesday"
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#BREAKING World champion Lewis Hamilton edged out title rival Max Verstappen in British Grand Prix qualifying to take top spot on the grid for the sport's first ever sprint race
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Das ist immer ein Kampf mit mir selbst... ich bin meistens mit 50k im Spot und bei einer kleineren Größe denke ich mir immer, dass ich ja nicht über 10 Stunden vorm PC sitzen möchte, um nachher 200 Dollar Gewinn mit zu nehmen. Das sollte ich jetzt aber wirklich mal machen, weil in der gesamten Summe ich durch meine kurzen SL plus minus Null laufe.
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there's a lot there to explain in the chart. spot gamma has some detailed explanations of those specific terms. it would be good to start with a basic primer on the Greeks . it's important to learn them if you trade options because I think you should know what defines these things you're putting money into
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tech is in a bad spot
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way to blow up his spot
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good spot to trim
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would also be a nice spot to trap some sellers and squeeze and test the demand above 4385-4390
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Wednesday, July 14, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 2.00 0.01% 34,778 S&P 500 3.25 0.08% 4,364 Nasdaq 52.50 0.35% 14,917 U.S. stock futures looking mixed with the Dow and S&P 500 looking little changed, though the Nasdaq Comp edges higher as Treasury yields ease despite the highest inflation reading since 2008 yesterday in the form of consumer prices (CPI) and ahead of June Producer Prices (PPI) later this morning. In Washington, Fed Chairman Powell testifies before the House at 10:00 on monetary policy (who has been saying the recent spike in prices in transitory and prices will normalize once supply chain bottlenecks get resolved and the economy gets back on track.) while overnight, Senate Democrats announce $3.5 trillion budget agreement. This morning, financials dominate earnings with Bank America and BlackRock out already, with Citi, Wells Fargo and PNC expected later this morning. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -109 points to 28,608, the Shanghai Index slid -38 points to 3,528, the Hang Seng Index dropped -175 points (0.63%) to 27,787. In Europe, the German DAX is down 30 points to 15,760, while the FTSE 100 is down roughly -40 points to 7,085. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -15.42 points, or 0.35%, to 4,369.21 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -107.39 points, or 0.31%, to 34,888.79 The Nasdaq Composite slumped -55.59 points, or 0.38%, to 14,677.65 The Russell 2000 Index declined -42.96 points, or 1.88% to 2,238.86 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 8:30 AM ET Producer Price Index (CPI) MoM for June…est. 0.6% 8:30 AM ET PPI Ex: Food & Energy (core) MoM for June…est. 6.8% 8:30 AM ET Producer Price Index (CPI) YoY for June…est. 0.5% 8:30 AM ET PPI Ex: Food & Energy (core) YoY for June…est. 5.1% 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $AYR, $BAC, $BLK, $C, DAL, $PNC, $WFC Earnings After the Close: $CIDM Other Key Events: Fed Chairman Powell to appear before House Financial Service Committee Bloomberg Business Summit Global, 7/13-7/14 (virtual) China House Price, Industrial Output and Retail sales for June Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.55 74.70 Brent -0.59 75.90 Gold 7.20 1,814.95 EUR/USD 0.0016 1.1792 JPY/USD -0.14 110.49 10-Year Note -0.017 1.398% World News Fitch affirms United States at ‘AAA’; outlook negative; Fitch says U.S. sovereign rating is supported by structural strengths that include size of economy, high per capita income and dynamic business environment; Fitch says considers U.S. debt tolerance to be higher than that of other ‘AAA’ sovereigns; Fitch on U.S. says negative outlook on rating reflects ongoing risks to public finances and debt trajectory Democrats on the Senate Budget Committee agreed to roughly $3.5 trillion in spending for their broad healthcare and antipoverty plan, determining the scope of the party’s expected efforts on education, climate change, child care and a host of other issues while it has control of Congress and the White House. UK June CPI higher as rises 2.5% yoy vs 2.2% consensus; m/m 0.5% vs 0.2% consensus; Core: y/y 2.3% vs 2.0% consensus; m/m 0.5% vs 0.2% consensus Sector News Breakdown Consumer L Brands ($LB) guides 2Q EPS $1.20-1.30 vs. est. $1.02, revs $2.351B vs. est. $3.27B, says sales negatively impacted by closure of stores for approx half of qtr due to covid CorePoint Lodging ($CPLG) said it continued to execute on its non-core disposition strategy with 25 non-core hotels sold in the Q2, for a combined gross sales price of ~$143M during the quarter, resulting in 175 hotels owned as of June 30, 2021; said it explores strategic alternatives International Game Technology ($IGT) said it is expanding its U.S. sports betting footprint to Washington to power sports betting at Snoqualmie Casino Kura Sushi ($KRUS) 3Q adj EPS ($0.54) vs. est. ($0.56) on sales $18.5Mm vs. est. $15.5Mm Aspen Group ($ASPU) 4Q EPS ($0.09) vs. est. ($0.05) on revs $19.1Mm vs. est. $18.5Mm; guides FY22 revs $85-88Mm vs. est. $85.7Mm and sees year EPS loss (18c-12c) vs. est. profit $0.04 Ulta Beauty ($ULTA) upgraded to Outperform at Raymond James with $395 tgt which assumes shares hold their current multiple on next year’s earnings one year out Energy The American Petroleum Institute ($API) SandRidge Energy ($SD) President and CEO Carl Giesler, Jr. has resigned effective July 16 to pursue another career opportunity Oil prices fell on demand concerns after data showed that China’s first-half crude imports dropped, but were still holding near a one-week high. China’s crude imports dropped by 3% from January to June compared with a year earlier, the first such contraction since 2013 Financials Bank America ($BAC) Q2 EPS $1.03 vs. est. $0.77; Q2 revs $21.5B vs. est. $21.8B BlackRock ($BLK) Q2 adj EPS $10.03 vs. est. $9.36; Q2 revs $4.82B vs. est. $4.61B; reports $81B of quarterly total net inflows, driven by continued momentum across the platform; AUM at qtr-end were about $9.50 trillion vs $7.32 trillion reported at q2 2020 end Ally Financial ($ALLY) announces $2B share buyback, and raises dividend Victory Capital ($VCTR) reported $161.93B in assets under management ($AUM) as of June 30, 2021, compared with May’s AUM of $160.93B Healthcare scPharmaceuticals ($SCPH) announced positive top-line results from its FREEDOM-HF study that was designed to evaluate the effect of FUROSCIX on heart failure-related costs in patients with chronic heart failure Celldex ($CLDX)952M share Secondary priced at $42.00 Speaking at STAT’s Breakthrough Science Summit yesterday, Eli Lilly ($LLY) CEO David Ricks said the company is confident its treatment, donanemab, merits the same accelerated FDA approval granted to Aduhelm. From there, Lilly can take its standard approach to competition with other products, Ricks said LeMaitre ($LMAT) 1M share Spot Secondary priced at $54.50 Industrials, Materials & Transports American Airlines ($AAL) said it expects to report between a net loss of $35M and a net profit of $25M in Q2; sees Q2 revs to be down about 37.5% yoy; says ex effect of net special items, expects to report net loss of $1.1B-$1.2B in Q2; said expects to report a slight second quarter 2021 pretax profit and to end Q2 with about $21.3 billion in total available liquidity; expects average daily cash build rate for Q2 to be about $1 mln per day, first positive qtr since beginning of pandemic; sees Q2 net loss per share excluding net special credits about $1.67-$1.76 Delta Air Lines ($DAL) confirms that it entered into agreements to add 29 used Boeing 737-900ERs and lease seven used Airbus A350-900s as it continues to streamline and modernize its fleet Technology, Media & Telecom Apple ($AAPL) has asked suppliers to build as many as 90 million next-generation iPhones this year, a 20% increase from its 2020 iPhone shipments, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter. Apple has maintained a consistent level in recent years of roughly 75 million units for its launch period, which runs from September-October to the end of the year eBay Inc ($EBAY) has agreed to sell part of its stake in Norway’s Adevinta to private equity firm Permira for $2.25 billion in cash, clearing the way for a tie-up between eBay and Adevinta’s classified ads businesses Broadcom ($AVGO) is said no longer in talks buy SAS Institute after a WSJ report yesterday that SAS may be acquired for $15B-$20B. The founders of the SAS Institute changed their minds on a potential sale after news of the possible sale – WSJ https://on.mktw.net/3i6jBwC Google ($GOOGL) was fined $593M by France’s Competition Authority for allegedly failing to negotiate in good faith with French publishers in a dispute over payments for their news
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Remember I was saying 307 as the earliest spot to take profit just to take some risk off
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added some actually > @dros said: that's a pretty nice spot there Reeedd
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not a bad spot in da flix either
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that's a pretty nice spot there Reeedd
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