$SPTN

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$33 ▼-4.403%

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210,249

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34.03 - 34.79

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17.64 - 37.48

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10k $SPTN May22 35/45 Call Spread $2.50 (CboeTheo=$1.95) ASK ARCA 12:57:41.817 SPTN=33.87 = 10000 May22 35 Calls $3.00 (CboeTheo=$2.30) ASK 12:57:41.817 = 10000 May22 45 Calls $0.50 (CboeTheo=$0.35) BID 12:57:41.817

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Thursday, August 19, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -275.00 0.79% 34,612 S&P 500 -31.25 0.72% 4,362 Nasdaq -86.50 0.58% 14,763 U.S. futures are looking sharply lower, adding to yesterday’s late day slide and tracking weakness in Europe and Asia as noise gets louder that the central bank could start dialing back on pandemic stimulus programs. Stock markets tumbled late Wednesday, closing at the lows after minutes from the July meeting of the FOMC showed a move to pare $80B per month in Treasuries and $40B per month of mortgage securities could happen this year. While there’s still debate regarding the timing and pace, officials said tapering would not necessarily mean an imminent rate increase. European stocks slumped the most in a month as well following the U.S. move. Other factors hitting stocks include China slowing growth fears as the delta variant continues to disrupt global growth. Those fears aren’t helped by a study from the U.K. that showed coronavirus vaccines are less effective against the delta variant and calls from the Biden Administration for a third booster shot. While the next meeting of the FOMC will occur on September 21-22, Fed Chair Jay Powell is scheduled to speak at Jackson Hole next week. Treasuries bounce with yields slipping as the dollar hits its highest levels in about 4-months. Oil prices are falling for a 6th straight day, with WTI crude down over 3%, dropping to around $63 per barrel for WTI as investors remain worried about the outlook for fuel demand as COVID-19 cases surge worldwide Fed officials continue to call for a “taper” sooner. Yesterday St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said he preferred tapering to end by the first quarter of 2022, with the last three months of next year being a “logical place” for a rate increase. Several other Fed officials, including Robert Kaplan of Dallas and Esther George of Kansas City, have urged the central bank to begin removing stimulus as soon as the September meeting in recent days. Fed Chair Jerome Powell may also provide information in remarks to the central bank’s annual research conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, next week. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -304 points (1.1%) to settle at 27,291, the Shanghai Index fell -19 points to 3,465 and the Hang Seng Index declined -550 points (or 2.1%) to settle at 25,316. In Europe, the German DAX is down over -275 points (1.75%) to 15,685, while the FTSE 100 tumbles -145 points (or over 2%) to trade 7,025. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -47.81 points, or 1.07%, to 4,400.27 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -382.59 points, or 1.08%, to 34,960.69 The Nasdaq Composite slumped -130.27 points, or 0.89%, to 14,525.91 The Russell 2000 Index declined -18.39 points, or 0.84% to 2,158.78 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 363K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 2.80M 8:30 AM ET Philly Fed Survey for Aug…est. 23.0 10:00 AM ET Leading Index MoM for July…est. 0.8% 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: BJ, EL, KSS, LYTS, M, MSGS, PFGC, TPR, $WOOF Earnings After the Close: $AMAT, ATGE, BLND, LFVN, $ROST Other Key Events: B Riley Summer Summit, 8/18-8/19 Citigroup Midstream and Energy Infrastructure Conference (virtual), 8/18-8/19 Jefferies Back-to-School Bus Tour, 8/18-8/19 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -2.26 63.20 Brent -2.08 66.15 Gold 1.50 1,789.35 EUR/USD -0.002 1.1691 JPY/USD -0.07 109.70 10-Year Note -0.048 1.225% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Bath & Body Works ($BBWI) 2Q EPS $1.34 vs est. $0.81 on sales $1.704B vs est. $1.666B; guides 3Q adj EPS $0.55-0.60 vs est. $0.56 Red Robin Gourmet ($RRGB) 2Q adj EPS ($0.22) vs est. $0.00 on revs $277Mm vs est. $275.3Mm, restaurant comps +66.3% over the same period in 2020, and decreased 2.4% compared to the same period in 2019; average weekly sales per fiscal period grew by a total of $2,503 during the second quarter of 2021 SpartanNash ($SPTN) Q2 adj EPS $0.54 vs. est. $0.48; Q2 sales $2.11B vs. est. $2.08B; Q2 adjusted EBITDA was $54.4 million, compared to $59.2 million in the prior year quarter; Q2 retail comparable store sales declined 2.7% and comparable store sales increased by 12.1% on a two-year basis; increased the low end of the fiscal 2021 profitability outlook range Victoria Secrets ($VSCO) 2Q adj EPS ($0.97) vs est. $1.59 on sales $1.614B vs est. $1.518B, total comps +5% vs 2Q19, comparable store sales -3% vs 2Q19; direct channel sales $468.8Mm -24% YoY and +26% vs 2019; guides 3Q EPS $0.60-0.70 vs est. $0.93, sees 3Q sales +mid-to-high-single digits YoY John B. Sanfilippo & Son, Inc. (JBSS) 4Q EPS $1.07 vs est. $1.15 on sales $206.7Mm vs est. $198.2Mm Ford ($F) will halt production at U.S. truck plant on Aug. 23 for 1 week over chip shortage, will temporarily shutter its Kansas City assembly plant that builds its best-selling F-150 pickup truck due to a semiconductor-related part shortage as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia Tesla ($TSLA) will be conducting its artificial intelligence day on Thursday. The electric vehicle company likely will showcase, among other things, the company’s advances in self-driving capabilities Energy, Industrials and Materials Crude prices fell for a fifth day on Wednesday, as investors remain worried about the outlook for fuel demand as COVID-19 cases surge worldwide just as more supply reaches the market from large global producers, including the United States. Brent crude ended down 80 cents, or 1.2%, at $68.23 a barrel. The global benchmark has lost 11% in the last 13 trading days dating to the end of July. U.S. crude futures settled down $1.13, or 1.7%, to $65.46 a barrel. Financials Robinhood ($HOOD) Q2 EPS loss ($2.16) vs. est. loss (-$0.15); Q2 revs $565.33M vs. est. $521.84M; Q2 monthly active users increased 109% to 21.3M, compared with 10.2M YoY; assets under custody increased 205% to $102B in Q2, compared with $33B in the second quarter of 2020; sees 3q seasonal headwinds, lower trading activity across industry, resulting in lower rev; SEC staff informed co on August 13, 2021 that they are reviewing resale S-1 – said no sales can be made off resale S-1 until sec staff completes their review and declares it effective DLocal Ltd. ($DLO) 2Q EPS $0.06 vs est. $0.05 on revs $59Mm vs est. $40.5Mm, payment volume $1.5B +319% Healthcare Coherus Biosciences ($CHRS) and Junshi Biosciences announced positive interim results from phase III trials on its non-small cell lung cancer treatment Toripalimab Paratek Pharmaceuticals ($PRTK) announces FDA orphan drug designation for Nuzyra® (omadacycline) for the treatment of infections caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria Technology, Media & Telecom Cisco Systems ($CSCO) Q4 Non-Gaap EPS $0.84 vs. est. $0.82; Q4 revs $13.1B vs. est. $13.03B; sees Q1 EPS $0.66-$0.66 and rev growth 7.5%-9.5% YoY; sees FY 2022 adj eps $3.38 to $3.45, vs. est. $3.41 Nvidia ($NVDA) Q2 Non-GAAP EPS $1.04 vs. est. $1.01; Q2 revs $6.51B vs. est. $6.33B; Q2 data center revenue $2.37B (up 35% YoY) vs. est. $2.28B; Q2 gaming revenue $3.06B (up 85% YoY and 11% QoQ) vs. est. $2.96B; Q2 automotive revenue $152M vs. est. $167.5M; sees Q3 revs $6.80B plus/minus 2% vs. est. $6.54B Keysight Technologies ($KEYS) Q3 EPS $1.54 vs. est. $1.44; Q3 revs $1.25B vs. est. $1.22B; sees Q4 EPS $1.59-$1.65 vs. est. $1.59; sees Q4 revs $1.25B-$1.27B vs. est. $1.26B; Q3 Orders grew 23% to reach $1.31 billion, compared with $1.07 billion last year Synopsys Inc. ($SNPS) 3Q adj EPS $1.81 vs est. $1.78 on revs $1.057B vs est. $1.05B; guides 4Q revs $1.138-1.168B vs est. $1.036B, sees adj EPS $1.75-1.80 vs est. $1.49; guides FY revs $4.19-4.22B vs est. $4.08B, sees FY adj EPS $6.78-6.83 up from prior $6.38-$6.45 vs est. $6.48 Workday ($WDAY) announced it has achieved ready status for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP, at a moderate impact level. Trimble Inc. ($TRMB) board approved a new share repurchase program authorizing up to $750 mln in repurchases

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Wednesday, August 18, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -64.00 0.18% 35,195 S&P 500 -2.25 0.06% 4,441 Nasdaq 18.50 0.12% 15,015 U.S. futures are looking mixed ahead of the Fed Minutes, with the Dow and S&P slipping, while the tech heavy Nasdaq Corp looks to rebound after underperformance on Tuesday, as major averages fell by the most in four-weeks. Fed Minutes from the prior FOMC meeting (after 2:00 PM today) may show discussions about tapering monthly bond purchases, or just how divided FOMC officials are on the debate. Yesterday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the pandemic is “still casting a shadow on economic activity.” Overnight, Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari said Tuesday that incoming economic data will drive the central bank’s decision on when to taper its asset purchases, noting that it’s “reasonable” to foresee such a move taking place late this year or early next year. Yesterday, the Nasdaq fell -0.9%, Dow -0.8% and S&P 500 -0.7% ended down on a day that started with pressure from Chinese equities and saw mega caps slide and home improvement names sell off after Home Depot Q2 comp sales mix. Today, rival Lowe’s (LOW) reports a beat across the board while retail giant Target (TGT) beats on the top and bottom line with slightly better comps, though shares slip. The S&P closed above Monday’s intraday low of 4,437 and today’s intraday low successfully tested a support level of 4,423, the prior high. The move comes one day after the S&P 500 had posted a 100% rise off its March 2020 closing low. It has now been 328 calendar days since the benchmark index last ended a decline of more than 5% from a record high. The current 328 calendar-day run since then end of a decline of more than 5% from a record high, is the longest such streak since early 2018. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rebounded, rising 161 points to 27,585, the Shanghai Index gained 38 points to 3,485, and the Hang Seng Index climbed 121 points to 25,867. In Europe, the German DAX is down -15 points to 15,900, while the FTSE 100 slides over -20 points to 7,155. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -31.63 points, or 0.71%, to 4,448.08 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -282.12 points, or 0.79%, to 35,343.28 The Nasdaq Composite declined -137.58 points, or 0.93%, to 14,656.18 The Russell 2000 Index declined -26.24 points, or 1.19% to 2,177.17 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 8:30 AM ET Housing Starts MoM for July 8:30 AM ET Building Permits MoM for July 10:30 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ADI, EAT, HOOD, LITE, LOW, OSIS, PLCE, SMED, TGT, TJX Earnings After the Close: BBWI, CSCO, JBSS, KEYS, NVDA, RRGB, SNPS, SPTN, VSCO Other Key Events: EnerCom Oil & Gas Conference (virtual), 8/15-8/18 Davidson West Coast Bank Tour (virtual), 8/17-8/18 Deutsche bank Transportation Conference (virtual), 8/17-8/18 B Riley Summer Summit, 8/18-8/19 Citigroup Midstream and Energy Infrastructure Conference (virtual), 8/18-8/19 Jefferies Back-to-School Bus Tour, 8/18-8/19 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.57 67.16 Brent 0.70 69.73 Gold 1.70 1,787.90 EUR/USD 0.0007 1.1717 JPY/USD 0.09 109.69 10-Year Note +0.009 1.267% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Target Corp. ($TGT) Q2 EPS $3.64 vs. est. $3.49; Q2 revs $25.16B vs. est. $25.08B; Q2 comp store sales rise +8.9% vs. est. +8.2%; q2 digital comp sales grew 10%; board approved a new, $15B share repurchase program; for 2H2 2021, expects high single digit growth in comp sales, near high end of previous guidance range; now expects FY operating income margin rate will be 8% or higher Lowe’s ($LOW) Q2 EPS $4.25 vs. est. $4.00; Q2 revs $27.6B vs. est. $26.79B; Q2 consolidated comparable sales decreased (-1.6%) vs. est. decline (-2.2%) and U.S. comparable sales decreased (-2.2%) vs. est. (-2.6%); sees FY21 revenue $92B vs. est. $91.53B; sees FY21 comp sales up 30%; sees FY21 capital expenditures $2B; Q2 cost of sales increased 1.4% to $18.26 billion, to bring gross margin down to 33.78% from 34.08% Krispy Kreme ($DNUT) Q2 EPS $0.13 vs. est. $0.14; Q2 revs $349.2M vs. est. $333.36M; qtrly net revenue growth of 43% and organic growth of 23%, up from a 6.7% decline in Q2 of 2020; sees FY organic revenue growth of 10% to 12% and sees FY adjusted Ebitda of $178M-$185M; sees FY21 revenue $1.34B-$1.38B vs. est. $1.34B Jack Henry ($JKHY) 4Q EPS $1.04 vs est. $0.93 on revs $450.3Mm vs est. $445Mm; guides FY22 adj revs $1.866-1.875B vs est. $1.882B, sees FY EPS $4.53-4.60 vs est. $4.52 La-Z-Boy ($LZB) 1Q adj EPS $0.55 vs est. $0.56 on sales $534.8Mm vs est. $485.9Mm, qtrly written comps in company-owned retail segment +22%; adj consolidated op mgn 6.6%; says rapidly escalating commodity and freight costs have not shown signs of abating, did take additional pricing actions during the qtr and imposed a surcharge on pending dealer orders in backlog; says expect margin performance to begin to improve in 2Q and see finishing FY with consolidated adj op mgn at or near dbl-digits America’s Car-Mart ($CART) Q2 EPS $3.57 vs. est. $3.49; Q2 Same store revenue growth 46.7 % and net charge-offs as a percent of average finance receivables 4.3%. Energy, Industrials and Materials The American Petroleum Institute (API) reported that crude inventories fell 1.163M barrels last week and gasoline inventories fell 1.979M barrels Copper prices eased to their lowest in a month after recent weak economic data reinforced demand fears while a looming central bankers conference focuses attention on interest rates; three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange (LME) fell for a third day JinkoSolar Holding ($JKS) supply pact with Wacker Chemie as it will supply JinkoSolar holding unit Jinko solar co. with over 70,000 tons of polysilicon from sept. 2021 to Dec. 2026 Healthcare Agilent Technologies ($A) Q3 EPS $1.10 vs. est. $0.99; Q3 revs $1.59B vs. est. $1.54B; sees Q4 EPS $1.15-$1.18 above est. $1.11; sees Q4 revenue $1.63B-$1.66B above est. $1.61B; raises FY EPS view to $4.28-$4.31 from prior $4.09-$4.14 and ups rev view GlaxoSmithKline ($GSK) receives FDA accelerated approval for Jemperli (dostarlimab-gxly) for adult patients with mismatch repair-deficient (DMMR) recurrent or advanced solid tumors Marinus Pharmaceuticals (MRNS) reports topline Ganaxolone phase 2 open-label results in tuberous sclerosis complex and receives FDA Orphan Drug designation Tilray ($TLRY) announced the acquisition of a majority of outstanding convertible notes of MedMen Enterprises ($MMNFF) held by certain funds Alcon ($ALC) Q2 core EPS $0.56 vs. est. $0.45; Q2 revs $2.1B vs. est. $1.96B; raises FY21 core EPS view to $2.00-$2.10 from $1.85-$1.95 (est. $1.93) and raises FY21 revenue view to $8B-$8.2B from $7.8B-$8B (est. $7.92B) AnaptysBio ($ANAB) announced that the U.S. FDA approved a second indication for GSK’s ($GSK) JEMPERLI for the treatment of adult patients with mismatch repair deficient recurrent or advanced solid tumors Technology, Media & Telecom CDK Global ($CDK) 4Q adj EPS $0.66 vs est. $0.67 on revs $420.1Mm vs est. $427.7Mm; guides FY22 adj EPS $2.70-2.90 vs est. $3.02, sees FY revs $1.78-1.82B vs est. $1.78B Cree Inc. ($CREE) shares fell -4%; 4Q adj EPS ($0.23) vs est. ($0.24) on revs $145.8Mm vs est. $145.2Mm; guides 1Q adj EPS loss $0.21-0.25 vs est. loss $0.23, sees 1Q revs $144-154Mm vs est. $153.4Mm Cree ($CREE) and STMicroelectronics (STM) announced the expansion of an existing multi-year, long-term silicon carbide wafer supply agreement Instructure Holdings (INST) 2Q ($0.17) on revs $93.6Mm; guides 3Q revs $100.4-101.4Mm, sees 3Q adj net income $21.2-22.2Mm; guides FY adj net income $87.2-89.2Mm Weibo ($WB) Q2 EPS $0.79 vs. est. $0.63; Q2 revs $574.47M vs. est. $527.89M; Q2 monthly active users were 566M in June, a net addition of 43M users on a YoY basis; Q2 mobile MAUs represented 94% of MAUs. Average daily active users were 246M in June, a net addition of 16M users yoy; sees Q3 revs up 20%-25% ViacomCBS ($VIAC) upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Wells Fargo with a price target of $60, up from $45 saying the company’s streaming efforts are bearing fruit and have impressed us, so is moving from historical bears to constructive bulls Bottomline Technologies ($EPAY) announces up to $50M stock repurchase plan

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/*============================================= = Thursday JUN 03 2021 = =============================================*/ Thursday, June 3, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -146.00 0.42% 34,444 S&P 500 -18.25 0.44% 4,187 Nasdaq -62.50 0.46% 13,611 Stock futures are edging lower, with investors expressing some caution ahead of key economic data jobs reports later this morning. Stocks finished Wednesday with slim gains ahead of today’s ADP private payrolls and jobless claims and tomorrow’s nonfarm payrolls. Investors have been closely watching for signs of inflation and indications on whether the Fed could put the brakes on the rebounding U.S. economy sooner than anticipated. Politico is reporting this morning that President Biden wants $1 trillion in new spending in the infrastructure bill. Energy stocks were market leaders on Wednesday, led higher as oil prices advanced on improving demand expectations as the economy strengthens and as the dollar weakens. The benchmark S&P 500 is up about 12% this year, and within about 1% of its record high, as investors anticipate an economic rebound from the coronavirus pandemic. The big story this week remains the strength in a group of stocks favored by retail investors on forums such as Reddit’s WallStreetBets, led this week by surges in AMC Theatres ($AMC), Bed Bath & Beyond ($BBBY), and Blackberry ($BB), following the early year surge in GameStop ($GME) which has not given up its gains. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 111 points to 29,058, the Shanghai Index slipped -12 points to 3,584 and the Hang Seng Index declined -331 points to 28,966. In Europe, the German DAX is lower by about 60 points to 15,540, while the FTSE 100 is down over 50 points to 7,050. Events Calendar for Today 7:30 AM EST Challenger Layoffs for May 8:15 AM EST ADP Employment Change for May…est. 650K 8:30 AM ET Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 390K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 3.615M 8:30 AM EST Q1 Nonfarm Productivity…est. 5.5% 8:30 AM EST Q1 Unit Labor Costs…est. (-0.4%) 9:45 AM EST Markit Composite, May-F…prior 68.1 9:45 AM EST Markit Services PMI, May-F…est. prior 70.1 10:00 AM EST ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI for May…est. 63.0 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data 11:00 AM ET Weekly DOE Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $CIEN, $CONN, $DLTH, $EXPR, $HOV, $SCWX, $SJM, $SWIM, $TTC Earnings After the Close: $ASAN, $AVGO, $COO, $CRWD, $DOCU, $FIVE, $IDT, $JOAN, $MDB, $NX, $PD, $PHR, $SAIC, $SUMO, $TLYS, $WORK, $ZUMZ Other Key Events: Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference (virtual), 6/2-6/4 Cowen 49th Annual TMT Conference (virtual), 6/1-6/3 Goldman Sachs 3rd Asia Spotlight Symposium (virtual), 6/1-6/4 Jefferies Global Healthcare Conference, 6/1-6/3 KeyBanc Capital Markets Industrials & Basic Materials Conference (virtual), 6/1-6/4 Piper Consumer Marketplace Conference (virtual), 6/2-6/4 William Blair 40th Annual Growth Stock Conference (virtual), 6/1-6/3 Wells Fargo Energy Conference (virtual), 6/2-6/3 Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index climbed 6.08 points, or 0.14%, to 4,208.12 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 25.07 points, or 0.07%, to 34,600.38 The Nasdaq Composite gained 19.85 points, or 0.14%, to 13,756.33 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 3.09 points, or 0.13% to 2,297.83 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.10 68.73 Brent -0.04 71.31 Gold -12.00 1,896.35 EUR/USD -0.0014 1.2197 JPY/USD 0.13 109.69 10-Year Note +0.01 1.601% World News China Caixin services PMI 55.1 vs 56.2 estimate, composite PMI 53.8 vs 54.7 The EIA weekly report on U.S. oil inventories, supply and demand is at 11:00 this morning, pushed back a day due to the Memorial Day holiday. UK May Markit Services PMI (final) higher: 62.9 vs 61.8 consensus Eurozone May Markit Services PMI (final) higher: 55.2 vs 55.1 consensus Sector News Breakdown Consumer PVH Corp. ($PVH) Q1 EPS $1.92 vs. est. $0.83; Q1 revs $2.08B vs. est. $1.93B; Abel-Hodges to Step Down as CEO of Calvin Klein and move to an advisory position; sees Q2 EPS $1.15-$1.18 vs. est. $1.22; sees Q2 revs up 34% to 35% from prior year; raises FY21 EPS view to $6.50 from $6.00 (est. $6.16); raises FY21 revenue growth view to 24%-26% from 22%-24% SpartanNash ($SPTN) Q1 adj EPS $0.56 in-line with ests; Q1 revs $2.66B vs. est. $2.7B; reaffirms FY21 adj EPS view of $1.65-$1.80 (est. $1.76) and also backs FY21 revs view $8.8B-$9B vs. est. $8.93B; now expects that Retail comparable sales will be negative 5.0% to 7.0% for 2021 Sportsman’s Warehouse ($SPWH) Q1 EPS 28c vs. est. loss (4c); Q1 revs $327M vs. est. $252.23M; Q1 comp store sales increased 24.1% YoY; Q1 adjusted EBITDA was $23.5 million compared to $8.2 million in the comparable prior year period Churchill Downs ($CHDN) bans trainer Bob Baffert for 2 years after Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit’s second positive drug test Conn’s ($CONN) Q1 adj EPS $1.55 vs. est. 30c; Q1 revs $291.3M vs. est. $293.77M; Q1 comp store sales up 19.4%; Q1 e-commerce sales up 95.7% HeadHunter ($HHR)5M share Secondary priced at $37.00 Energy, Industrials & Materials NRG Energy Inc. ($NRG) and Exelon Corp. ($EXC): watch utilities after suppliers to PJM Interconnection LLC’s grid, which serves more than 65 million people, will get $50 a megawatt-day to provide capacity for the year starting June 2022, according to yesterday auction results – down sharply from $140 in the previous auction, held in 2018 (ests, were for the price to fall to about $85). The results showed that the capacity price for the Chicago-area zone, known as ComEd, was $68.96 compared with $195.55 in the last auction. The price for the Pennsylvania and New Jersey zone, known as EMAAC, fell to $97.86 percent, from $165.73 The American Petroleum Institute ($API) showed a draw of 5.36M barrels of oil for the week ended May 28; gasoline inventories showed a build of 2.51M barrels, distillate inventories show a build of 1.59M barrels and Cushing inventories show a build of 741K barrels Patterson-UTI Energy ($PTEN) reports an average of 72 drilling rigs operating for the month of May, 2021 Westport Fuel ($WPRT)2M share secondary prices at $5.50 Financials The Federal Reserve will begin to unwind the corporate bond holdings it acquired last year through an emergency lending facility launched to calm credit markets at the height of the pandemic, the central bank said. The Fed said the sale of its holdings in the Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility, which includes bonds of companies purchased in the secondary market and exchange-traded funds that invest in corporate bonds, will be “gradual and orderly.” Cushman & Wakefield ($CWK) announces offering of 10M ordinary shares for holders Arch Capital (ACGL) announces $500 million public offering of depositary shares representing series G preferred shares MarketAxess ($MKTX) May trading volume of $478.7B consists of $204.4B in credit volume and $274.3B in rates volume; total credit volume decreased 10.6% this month year-over-year with a 37.9% rise in Eurobond trading volume. Allstate ($ALL) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citi Cushman & Wakefield ($CWK) 10M share Spot Secondary priced at $18.75 Healthcare Syneos Health ($SYNH) announces offering of 10.85M shares of common stock for holders Tilray ($TLRY) upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at Cantor Fitzgerald Technology, Media & Telecom com ($BILL) files to sell 10.6M shares of common stock for holders ai ($AI) Q4 EPS loss (24c) vs. est. loss (26c); Q4 revs $52.3M vs. est. $50.6M; sees FY22 revs $243M-$247.0M vs. est. $239.94M Elastic ($ESTC) Q4 adj EPS loss (8c) vs. est. loss (16c); Q4 revs $177.6M vs. est. $157.94M; sees Q1 adj EPS loss (13c)-(10c) vs. est. loss (12c); sees Q1 revs $171M-$173M vs. est. $168.78M; Q4 Revenue of $177.6 million, Up 44% YoY, Q4 SaaS Revenue of $51.3 million, Up 77% YoY and FY21 Revenue of $608.5 million, Up 42% YoY FireEye ($FEYE) entered into a definitive agreement to sell the FireEye Products business, including the FireEye name, to a consortium led by Symphony Technology Group in an all-cash transaction for $1.2B; board approves share repurchase program of up to $500M Guidewire ($GWRE) Q3 adj EPS loss (16c) vs. est. loss (24c); Q3 revs $164M vs. est. $157.74M; sees year revs $732M-$738M up from $725M-$733M prior (est. $730.4M) NetApp ($NTAP) authorizes additional $500M stock buyback; raises quarterly dividend by 4% to 50c per share; Q4 EPS $1.17 vs. est. $1.12; Q4 revs $1.56B vs. est. $1.50B; Q4 billings up 12% at 1.74B; sees Q1 EPS 89c-97c vs. est. 87c; sees Q1 revs $1.37B-$1.47B vs. est. $1.37B Semtech ($SMTC) Q1 adj EPS 53c vs. est. 52c; Q1 revs $170.4M vs. est. $164.31M; Q1 Wireless and Sensing products group net sales increased 7% sequentially and 78% year-over-year for a new record that included record net sales for our LoRa(R) platforms and proximity sensing products; guides Q2 adj EPS 57c-65c vs. est. 57c; sees Q2 revs $177M-$187M vs. est. $169.58M Smartsheet ($SMAR) Q1 Non-Gaap EPS loss (9c) vs. est. loss (14c); Q1 revs $117.1M vs. est. $111.81M; Q1 calculated billings grew 48% YoY to $132.8M; Q2 net operating cash flow was negative $3.0M, net free cash flow was negative $8.2M; number of all customers with annualized contract values (“ACV”) of $5,000 or more grew to 12,655, an increase of 32% YoY; sees FY22 EPS loss (44c)-(36c) vs. est. loss (40c); sees FY22 revenue $510M-$515M vs. est. $502.76M Splunk ($SPLK) Q1 EPS ($2.89) vs. est. loss (70c); Q1 revs $502M vs. est. $491.32M; sees Q2 revenue $550M-$570M vs. est. $561.36M; sees Q2 ARR $2.59B-$2.62B and Q2 Cloud ARR $950M-$960M; said Q1 net loss widened on higher operating expenses, driven in part by its transition to the cloud Cambium Networks ($CMBM) 2M share Secondary priced at $48.00 dLocal ($DLO)41M share IPO priced at $21.00 Flex ($FLEX) files mixed securities shelf

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/*============================================= = Wednesday June 02 2021 = =============================================*/ U.S. stock futures are looking flat after a muted trading session overnight, with markets listless in its return from the three-day Memorial Day Weekend yesterday as investors look ahead to U.S. jobs data and for the moment appear unphased by any inflationary pressures. Markets have been gradually rising the last two-weeks, moving back near record highs for major averages on lighter volumes as we head into the summer. Some upcoming catalysts might be seen in the coming sessions, when the Labor Department releases its jobs report on Friday, before a high-profile FOMC meeting set for in mid-June. Oil prices traded near two-year highs on Wednesday after OPEC and its allies said they gradually would increase production in July as expected. On the economic calendar, investors will be eyeing the Fed’s Beige Book this afternoon. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index rose 131 points to 28,946, the Shanghai Index fell -27 points to 3,597, and the Hang Seng Index declined -170 points to 29,297. In Europe, the German DAX is up around 20 points to 15,590, while the FTSE 100 is up a few points to 7,085. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq slipped late day as declines in healthcare and technology overshadowed energy and financial gains, as investors weighed the latest round of U.S. economic data for signs of a rebound and rising inflation. The energy sector posted its biggest one-day gain in nearly four months as oil prices rose while healthcare stocks dropped after a weak profit forecast from Abbott Labs weighed on testing and medical equipment stocks. Smallcaps outperformed again as the Russell 2000 advanced over 1% again led by energy stocks. While the S&P 500 remains less than 1% of its record high (came within 4 points of its all-time high intraday) after four straight months of gains, investors are worried about whether rising inflation could hit equity prices. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index slipped -2.08 points, or 0.05%, to 4,202.04 The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 46.85 points, or 0.14%, to 34,575.31 The Nasdaq Composite dipped -12.26 points, or 0.09%, to 13,736.48 The Russell 2000 Index rose 25.01 points, or 1.10% to 2,293.99 Events Calendar for Today 7:00 AM ET MBA Mortgage Applications Data 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data Earnings Calendar Earnings Before the Open: $AAP, $DCI, $LE Earnings After the Close: $AI, $AMSC, $CLDR, $EDR, $ESTC, $GWRE, $MIND, $NCNO, $NTAP, $PVH, $SMAR, $SMTC, $SPLK, $SPTN, $SPWH Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.73 68.45 Brent 0.89 71.14 Gold -3.40 1,898.00 EUR/USD -0.0036 1.2177 JPY/USD 0.32 109.80 10-Year Note -0.009 1.606% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Overstock’s ($OSTK) tZERO Is Looking for a Buyer, according to CoinDesk. The company is exploring a number of options, including a SPAC merger, said tZERO VP of Investor Relations Michael Mougias. https://bit.ly/3pfoXIX Scotts Miracle-Gro ($SMG) boosts FY21 view for EPS $9.00-$9.30 (from prior $8.60-$9.00) and company-wide sales up 17%-19% vs. et. $9.15 and $4.65B, led by continued strength in both U.S. consumer and Hawthorne segments Advance Auto Parts ($AAP) Q1 adj EPS $3.34 vs. est. $3.08; Q1 sales $3.3B vs. est. $3.28B; Q1 comp sales rose 24.7%; raises FY21 revenue view to $10.4B-$10.6B from $10.2B-$10.4B and ups its FY21 comp sales view to 4%-6% from 2%-4%. AMC Entertainment ($AMC) shares looking higher by another 30% in pre-market trading, as individual traders on social media forums were unfazed after Hedge fund Mudrick Capital Management sold 8.5 million freshly issued AMC shares at a profit on Tuesday, immediately after buying them. Tesla ($TSLA) is recalling nearly 6,000 U.S. vehicles because brake caliper bolts could be loose, with the potential to cause a loss of tire pressure; the recall covers certain 2019-2021 Model 3 vehicles and 2020-2021 Model Y vehicles – in filing with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Energy, Industrials and Materials Donaldson ($DCI) Q3 EPS 66c vs. est. 58c; Q3 revs $765M vs. est. $707.59M; raises FY21 adj EPS view to $2.28-$2.34 vs. est. $2.21; expects full-year sales to increase between 9%-11% YoY, compared with prior guidance of between 5%-8% ProPetro Holding ($PUMP) files mixed securities shelf Orion Energy Systems ($OESX) 4Q EPS $0.04 vs. est. $0.10 on revs $35.5Mm vs. est. $39.1Mm; guides FY22 revs at least +28% vs. est. +34.3% Westport Fuel Systems ($WPRT) announces $100M offering of common shares Tellurian ($TELL) should start construction this summer on the Driftwood LNG export terminal in Louisiana, Executive Chairman Souki said RBC initiated Sector Perform ratings on Couer Mining ($CDE) with a $10 target and Pan American Silver (PAAS) Financials $SOFI was initiated with an Outperform rating and $25 price target at OpCo First Bancorp ($FBNC) to acquire Select Bancorp ($SLCT) for $18.10 per share in an all-stock transaction with a total current value of approximately $314.3 million, based on First Bancorp’s stock price as of May 28, 2021 Healthcare Amazon ($AMZN) said it will no longer screen its workers for cannabis (except for positions subject to regulation by the U.S. Department of Transportation) and will drop weed-testing requirements for recruitment as it supports a proposed U.S. legislation to legalize cannabis at the federal level (watch pot stocks $TLRY, $CGC, $CRON, $GTBIF, $CURLF) Eli Lilly ($LLY) got permission for restricted emergency use of bamlanivimab & etesevimab to treat covid-19 Edwards Lifesciences ($EW) announces that its Acumen Hypotension Prediction Index (HPI) software with the Acumen IQ finger cuff has received U.S. FDA clearance. iRhythm Technologies ($IRTC) said Mike Coyle has decided to resign from his position as president and CEO and a member of the company’s board, effective June 1, due to personal matters. Douglas Devine, the company’s CFO, has assumed the role of interim CEO while a search for a permanent CEO is conducted; reiterates Q2 guidance of ~4% sequential volume growth over Q1 Moderna, Inc. ($MRNA) entered into an agreement with Thermo Fisher Scientific (TMO) for fill/finish sterile manufacturing services and supply packaging for Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine Invitae ($NVTA) files to sell 26.63M shares of common stock for holders Stealth Biotherapeutics ($MITO) receives orphan drug designation from the European medicine’s agency for elamipretide for the treatment of Barth syndrome ADC Therapeutics ($ADCT) files to sell 5.56M shares of common stock for holders Technology, Media & Telecom Ambarella ($AMBA) 1Q adj EPS $0.23 vs. est. $0.17 on revs $70.1Mm vs. est. $68.6Mm; guides 2Q revs $74-77Mm vs. est. $69.5Mm, adj gr margin 61-62%, adj op exp $36-37.5Mm Digital Turbine ($APPS) Q4 adj EPS 25c vs. est. 19c; Q4 revs $95.01M vs. est. $88M; sees Q1 non-GAAP EPS 31c vs. est. 21c; sees Q1 revs $188M-$192M vs. est. $101.94M; sees Q1 non-GAAP adjusted EBITDA2 $32M-$34M. Hewlett Packard Enterprises ($HPE) Q2 EPS 46c vs. est. 42c; Q2 revs $6.7B vs. est. $6.62B; raises FY21 EPS view to reflect momentum in demand to $1.82-$1.94 from $1.70-$1.88 (est. $1.84); guides Q3 EPS 38c-44c vs. est. 43c Medallia ($MDLA) raises FY22 revenue view to $566M-$570M from $563M-$567M; 1Q adj EPS ($0.08) vs. est. 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Market Cap

1.24 B

Beta

0.55

Avg. Volume

374.54 K

Shares Outstanding

36.15 M

Yield

2.34%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2022-06-02

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

SpartanNash is a Fortune 400 company whose core businesses include distributing grocery products to a diverse group of independent and chain retailers, its corporate-owned retail stores and U.S. military commissaries and exchanges; as well as operating a premier fresh produce distribution network. SpartanNash serves customer locations in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, Europe, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Honduras, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and Djibouti. SpartanNash currently operates 154 supermarkets, primarily under the banners of Family Fare, Martin's Super Markets, D&W Fresh Market, VG's Grocery and Dan's Supermarket. Through its MDV military division, SpartanNash is a leading distributor of grocery products to U.S. military commissaries.

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