$ST

Sensata Technologies Holding Plc

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Electronic Technology
  • Electronic Equipment/Instruments
  • Manufacturing
  • Other Electronic Component Manufacturing

PRICE

$43.19 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

1,269,203

DAY RANGE

42.11 - 43.48

52 WEEK

40.23 - 65.42

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@andreaelle #decarolis
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ma con tutto st orosso non dovrebbero saltare fuori i TORI !!?!?!? hehehe che disastro !

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@dros #droscrew
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I forget his name you always posted his ST stuff

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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yeah been seeing that floating on twitter ...it's just one data point though...take it with a grain of salt > @newb_trader said: i don't if he's talking ST or not

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i don't know if he's talking ST or not

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ST? > @Math said: I think ST we bounce

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@Math #StockTraders.NET
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I think ST we bounce

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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Wall St opens higher on upbeat earnings; factory data in focus

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Stocks and bonds struggled in Asia on Wednesday while the U.S. dollar rose as investors worried about inflation and the hit that containing it with rate rises will bring to global growth. Shanghai emerged blinking from two months of lockdown but as data showed steep falls in factory activity across Asia from the withering of China's demand, relief was short-lived. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was dragged 0.7% lower by a 1% drop for Hong Kong's Hang Seng index. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.6%. S&P 500 futures were last up 0.4%, but had given up larger early gains. Euro STOXX 50 futures rose 0.5%, as did FTSE futures. Soaring food and energy costs drove eurozone inflation to a record-high 8.1% in May, Tuesday figures showed, stoking concern about rate rises not just in Europe but globally. "Markets are pricing in rate hikes in June from the UK, U.S., Sweden, Australia and Canada," said Societe Generale (OTC:SCGLY) analyst Kit Juckes. "The more the markets focus on the inflation data and central bank action, the more likely it is that we have a bumpy start to the summer in risk sentiment and a strong one for the dollar." The dollar has arrested a three-week slide and made a two-week high of 129.23 yen late in the Asia session. It rose on the euro, sterling, Aussie and yuan and last traded at $1.0708 per euro and $0.7170 on the Aussie. Two-year German bund yields hit their highest in over a decade on Tuesday and benchmark 10-year Treasury yields rose 10 basis points (bps). They were steady at 2.8694% late in Tokyo trade. [US/] The Bank of Canada is expected to raise its benchmark target rate 50 bps to 1.5% when it meets later in the day. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard and New York Fed President John Williams are also due to speak on Wednesday and will be watched for clues on the outlook. GYRATIONS The U.S. Federal Reserve begins shrinking asset holdings built up during the pandemic on Wednesday. Traders expect it will raise rates by 50 bps at meetings this month and next and they are unsure and increasingly worried about after that. "We're in this kind of twilight zone now where it's just very difficult to get a handle on what the Fed are going to do after the July meeting," said Bank of Singapore analyst Moh Siong Sim. "Depending on who says what and how the data plays out there will be a lot of gyrations over the next few weeks." Uncertainty also looms over the shape of China's recovery from lockdown. Joggers came back to their stamping grounds on the banks of Shanghai's Huangpu River, but beat cops wore full hazmat suits and nerves about a return to lockdown ran high. Stocks in Hong Kong and Shanghai slipped. In commodity markets oil was knocked from an almost three-month high on Tuesday after the Wall Street Journal reported that oil producing nations were considering excluding Russia from a production deal, paving the way for extra output. [O/R] Brent crude futures steadied at $116.09 a barrel. The stronger dollar pushed spot gold 0.3% lower to $1,830 an ounce. Bitcoin clung to early-week gains at $31,500.

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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Wall St opens lower ahead of Fed minutes

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@lucullus #droscrew
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I would have thought that would count as selling , but what do i know, their is so much skullduggery inside wall st i expect if you worked your whole life on the inside you would not know the half of it, and an outsider like me has a much more limited knowledge than that

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@lucullus #droscrew
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i expect going forward there is going to be a lot less jobs on wall st

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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St: Cfo Grandi, abbiamo sempre pagato dividendi e continueremo su questa via

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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Wall St eyes lower open as growth stocks come under fresh pressure

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@lucullus #droscrew
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@schmidy23 the Q1 earnings growth rate is about 4.5% predicted. about 3.5% less than inflation in other words. The Forward PE ratio as predicted by Wall st is 19.2 x. Not cheap but not outrageous

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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St: utile I trim raddoppia a 747 mln $, sopra stime, ricavi +17,6% a 3,546 mld $

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Wall St slips at open as investors focus on Big Tech earnings

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Bitcoin spoofs $39.5K breakout at Wall St open as Elon Musk Twitter takeover nears https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-spoofs-39-5k-breakout-at-wall-st-open-as-elon-musk-twitter-takeover-nears

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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Sold STLD 9.70 (taking profits due to market weakness will look for a re- entry once we base around $95 for another leg up)

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@Esse #decarolis
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Netflix fra i vari servizi di streaming Γ¨ un'eccezione. Se guardiamo i concorrenti sono tutti possessori di una grande quantitΓ  di film. Netflix invece Γ¨ famosa per le serie che ha creato in particolare la serie Narcos che secondo me Γ¨ stata la vera gallina dalle uova d'oro. le serie che ha fatto in seguito non hanno riscosso un grande successo. Inoltre l'ultima operazione che c'Γ¨ stata nel mercato americano con l'entrata di Paramount nel servizio dello streaming che ha fatto un accordo con st&t fa che la concorrenza aumenti e di molto. personalmente vedo una grossa similitudine di Netflix con Nokia. > @Renato_Decarolis said: "...Netflix ha identificato l'inflazione galoppante e la feroce competizione nel mercato come le principali cause della peggior perdita di abbonati degli ultimi 10 anni...."

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By Samuel Indyk and Elizabeth Howcroft LONDON (Reuters) - European shares were lower on Tuesday, while yields on 10-year U.S. inflation-linked bonds were close to turning positive for the first time in two years, as the prospect of aggressive Fed tightening to rein in inflation kept investors on edge. Investors were also preparing for the next barrage of company earnings that will help them assess the impact of the Ukraine war and a spike in inflation. Heineken (OTC:HEINY), Nestle and Renault (EPA:RENA) report out of Europe this week. Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Verizon (NYSE:VZ) are scheduled to report this week from the United States. Yields on 10-year U.S. inflation linked bonds held near the two-year highs they reached on Monday, and are within touching distance of turning positive for the first time since the onset of the pandemic. Equity investors had been reassured by the fact that, when stripping out the effects of inflation, bond yields had been deep in negative territory, but that looks set to end. Title: US dividend yield vs UST, https://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/ At 1035 GMT, the pan-European STOXX 600 was down 1.1%, Germany's DAX was down 0.9% and Britain's FTSE 100 was 0.4% lower - although analysts warned about over interpreting moves given lower liquidity over the long Easter weekend. The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 50 countries, was 0.3% lower. S&P 500 futures fell 0.3% and Nasdaq futures declined 0.4%. The Federal Reserve looks all but certain to raise its interest rate by 50 basis points when it meets next month and a 75 basis point hike hasn't been ruled out. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard repeated his case for raising rates to 3.5% by the year-end on Monday, adding a 75 basis point hike should not be discounted, although this was not his base case. "I think that's a good reminder for markets that that is actually possible but he is known for his hawkish views so you do have to take that into account as well," said Baylee Wakefield, multi asset portfolio manager at Aviva (LON:AV) Investors. Wakefield added the latest developments in Ukraine, where Russia has launched a new offensive in the east, is having an impact on markets in terms of volatility. The dollar index rose above 101 for the first time since March 2020, as the greenback hit a 20-year high against the yen and tested a two-year peak on the euro, amid higher U.S. Treasury yields. The divergence in monetary policies between Japan and the United States has pushed the yen to its weakest level against the dollar since 2002 at 128.465. "Japan is looking to continue to stimulate the economy, which is quite a big contrast to what we're seeing in the U.S. with more aggressive tightening expected," Wakefield added. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield was last at 2.8877%, after earlier reaching its highest level since late 2018 at 2.909%. The 30-year U.S. Treasury yield rose above 3.0% for the first time since early 2019. German bond yields tracked their U.S. counterparts, with the European Central Bank's non-committal tone last week leaving German bonds exposed to the U.S. bond sell-off. Germany's 10-year government bond yield rose 7.9 basis points (bps) to 0.916%, its highest since July 2015. Oil prices edged lower but remained near their highest since mid-March as investor worried over tight global supply after Libya was forced to halt some oil exports as forces in the east expanded their blockade of the sector. Brent crude futures were last down 1.3% at $111.66 a barrel. U.S. crude futures were down 1.5% at $106.57 a barrel. Gold prices were steady after coming close to reaching $2,000 an ounce during Monday's session. Spot gold was last at $1,976.04 an ounce. Title: Inflation, https://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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STLD 04/22 90 call 4.90 (earnings play)

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Wall St sees muted open as JPMorgan, inflation data weigh

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@dros #droscrew
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never surrender > @Schmidy23 said: like the st. ain't giving up lol

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@Schmidy23 #droscrew
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like the st. ain't giving up lol

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@JPwhoisbrown #droscrew
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why would u split st 600 and not 1700?

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@Snowcow #droscrew
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ST gives you cancer

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@Renato_Decarolis #decarolis
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https://www.wsj.com/articles/activist-investing-italian-style-the-battle-for-generali-11648809152?st=digwnxpvu6d37an&reflink=desktopwebshare_permalink

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@lucullus #droscrew
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Wall st should be called lie street or dishonest st or something

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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cut STLD 2.45 (avoiding the pull back in asset classes)

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@Jindao #LCMS Traders Club
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License and Regulation β€’ Ox Securities Pty Ltd Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC): 438402 β€’ Ox Securities Global which is a registered company of St. Vincent and the Grenadines registration number 25509 BC 2019

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@Jindao #LCMS Traders Club
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License and Regulation β€’ First Prudential Markets Pty Ltd Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC): 286354 β€’ First Prudential Markets Ltd Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC): 371/18 β€’ European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) β€’ FP Markets LLC. which is a registered company of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Limited Liability Number 126 LLC 2019.

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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STLD 04/14 90 call 3.00 (high conviction)

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@lucullus #droscrew
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$ASO QUITE A FEW CALLS BEING BOUGHT TODAY but since jan1 its about 84% calls ....insider buying back in JAN BY ceo AT ABOUT TODAYS PRICES .... results on 29th mARCH..... WALL ST HAS 9 STRONG 2 buy

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@bunnytoad69 #droscrew
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that post-st pattys day market rager

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@bunnytoad69 #droscrew
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i was living in downtown chicago for a bit and St Pattys day was really big deal there

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@lucullus #droscrew
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thankyou, i forgot it was st patricks day until you reminded me πŸ€ͺ

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@JPwhoisbrown #droscrew
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happy st patty's for the Irish

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Wall St opens higher at end of choppy week on Ukraine talks hope

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Wall St drops as inflation data cements rate hike bets

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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COST 03/11 600 call .87 (OTM contract for earnings in case a surpsie, market is pricing in a $17 move from earnings so PT is $548, anything above $540 makes contracts profitable. The key is a earnings surprise and a run above $550)

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@Esse #decarolis
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BOLLORE' st davvero bollendo.... :)

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@lueley #BTC-ECHO
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#ethereum #eth #luetrade ETH genau am Kreuzsup aus hor + ST unten im Low gewesen. Oben muss 2733 EOD wieder weg

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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Greetings , We have 5 different Forex strategies from where traders of all types can receive signals . The first 2 are for traders that are looking for investment either as a second job with flexible hours or as a primary source of income by adding the signal to their portfolio . The new Forex signal is called the 500-Swing . This signal provides 500 points within 2 days or the position closes right at the end of 48 hours . The stop loss for this signal is 1,200 points away from the entry line . No pending orders . This signal happens most of the time on Thursdays and Fridays , sometimes Wednesdays , there is always time to catch them in the evening most of the time . The 2nd signal is the 550-Swing-Long . We have a record of 10 wins and zero losses with this one . The stop loss is 2,500 points away . 2 to 4 pending orders can be utilized . The other three signal types are for more in daily activity traders that want to be in live action with us . This is the 110 points signal strategy , with many pending orders the stop loss is 2,800 points and set only 700 points away from the entry line , all pending orders are devided into 100 points distances , the take profit can also be 2,800 points with 110 as the minimum . There is a flat 100 points take profit with 200 points stop loss strategy signal . Also a scalp that risk 100 points and takes 50 points . We also have a few extra ways of making a little extra punctuation. Finally , do not put a single signal as better or lesser then the others . If you like a long track , and like to say that you are always tracking something important , then the 550-Swing-Long is for you . If you are in a rush for a few nights , then latch to a few 100 points trades while risking 200 . In reality , the signal that matters the most is the one that allows traders to risk a set amount comfortably and lets them be in the action for a period of time that is considered their suitable . ~ Good Luck

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Wall St opens mixed as Ukraine worries persist

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@lucullus #droscrew
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she will be wall st most hated soon enough...she atrtracted all the inflows and now they are toast

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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar bounced on Thursday after a Russian news report of mortar fire in eastern Ukraine jangled market nerves and sent investors in to safe havens. Russia-backed rebels accused Ukrainian forces of shelling their territory in violation of agreements aimed at ending conflict in the contested Donbass area, the RIA news agency said, a report later denied by Ukraine. Russia has massed more than 100,000 troops close to Ukraine's borders and the West has threatened Russia with new sanctions if it attacks. The euro fell as much as 0.4% as traders immediately saw risks of a wider war. But Ukraine's denial and the location of the reported attack within already contested territory calmed things and the euro last sat at $1.1354. The risk-sensitive Australian dollar lost as much as 0.6% before settling 0.2% lower at $0.7185. The safe-haven yen rose about 0.1% to 115.29 per dollar. "There is a lot of anxiety," said Bank of Singapore strategist Moh Siong Sim. "It's not clear whether it's some local event or something which could flare up...right now such headlines are keeping the markets a bit nervous." The Russian rouble, which has been sensitive to the prospect of war as sanctions loom on Russia, fell 0.7%. The standoff on Europe's eastern edge is one of the deepest crises in East-West relations for decades. Earlier in the day, a U.S. official said Russia was increasing troop numbers near its border with Ukraine rather than withdrawing, as Moscow claimed. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, also said Russia could "launch a false pretext at any moment" to justify an invasion, something Russia has dismissed. Safe-haven Treasuries rallied and U.S. stock futures fell with the mood, though the lack of clarity around the situation capped larger moves. [MKTS/GLOB] The U.S. dollar index was up 0.1% to 95.927. JAPAN DEFICIT Economic data also added some support to the dollar on Thursday, offsetting some overnight softness when minutes from the Federal Reserve's last meeting were less hawkish than some investors had expected. Data showed Japan ran its biggest trade deficit in a single month in eight years in January, and that follows Europe's trade gap widening in December as energy prices surge. Rates expectations held the kiwi and sterling steady. The New Zealand dollar was last flat at $0.6685 after touching a one-week high of $0.6703. A 25 basis point (bp) rate hike in New Zealand is fully priced for next week, with swaps trade pointing to a better-than-one-in-four chance of a 50 bps hike. March hike expectations are also holding sterling firm and it was last steady at $1.3580. Ahead on Thursday, speeches from Bank of Spain Governor Pablo HernΓ‘ndez de Cos and European Central Bank (ECB) chief economist Philip Lane at 0800 GMT and 1400 GMT, respectively, will be closely watched for clues on the ECB outlook. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard speaks at 1600 GMT and U.S. jobless claims and the Philadelphia Fed manufacturing survey are also due. ======================================================== Currency bid prices at 0649 GMT Description RIC Last U.S. Close Pct Change YTD Pct High Bid Low Bid Previous Change Session Euro/Dollar $1.1357 $1.1373 -0.14% -0.10% +1.1385 +1.1323 Dollar/Yen 115.3100 115.4550 -0.11% +0.27% +115.5300 +115.1450 Euro/Yen 130.96 131.30 -0.26% +0.49% +131.4900 +130.4200 Dollar/Swiss 0.9223 0.9222 -0.02% +1.08% +0.9229 +0.9215 Sterling/Dollar 1.3581 1.3583 -0.02% +0.41% +1.3597 +1.3557 Dollar/Canadian 1.2709 1.2694 +0.15% +0.55% +1.2734 +1.2680 Aussie/Dollar 0.7189 0.7197 -0.13% -1.12% +0.7215 +0.7151 NZ Dollar/Dollar 0.6686 0.6680 +0.10% -2.31% +0.6704 +0.6660 All spots Tokyo spots Europe spots Volatilities Tokyo Forex market info from BOJ

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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Wall St set to bounce on signs of easing Russia-Ukraine tensions

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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World shares skidded on Monday as warnings that Russia could invade Ukraine at any time drove oil prices to seven-year peaks, hit the euro and sent investors scuttling back to the safe-haven government bonds they have been dumping all year. The ratcheting concerns sent Europe's STOXX 600 share index tumbling 2.7% and pushed Wall Street futures down nearly 1% before comments from Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that diplomatic efforts should continue helped win back some of the lost ground.[.EU][.N] Ukraine's government bonds understandably showed the most alarm as they slumped 10% at one point, although an overnight 2.2% drop from Tokyo's Nikkei share average and yen and Swiss franc strength in the FX markets [/FRX] underscored the global importance of the situation. Germany Chancellor Olaf Scholz was the latest Western leader heading to Moscow and Kyiv for shuttle diplomacy. The United States had said on Sunday that Russia might create a surprise pretext for an attack, and reaffirmed a pledge to defend "every inch" of NATO territory. The euro's currency market retreat left it down at $1.1345 and pushed key euro-dollar implied volatility gauges to their highest since November 2020. The cost to insure against another Ukraine debt default - something that happened after Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea - was also surging. [/FRX] "If it (Russian invasion) happens, the question is how does it happen?" said Jim Veneau at AXA investment managers, saying it could be a conventional tanks roll forward situation or a more hybrid style conflict centred on cyber attacks. The worrying thing learnt for the Cold War era, he added, was that "anything involving Russia and NATO and you're only a couple of steps from a nuclear (buildup) escalation". MSCI's broadest index of world shares was already down 0.9%, although Eastern Bloc conflict was not the only strain on sentiment. Markets have been in convulsions since an alarmingly high U.S. inflation reading sparked speculation the Federal Reserve might raise rates by a full 50 basis points in March. There was even chatter about an emergency inter-meeting hike. That was spurred in part by the timing of a closed Fed Board meeting for Monday, though the event seemed routine. The talk was tamped down when the Fed released an unchanged bond buying schedule for the coming month, since the central bank has said it would only hike after its buying had ceased. San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly also played down the need for a half-point move in an interview on Sunday, saying being too "abrupt and aggressive" on policy could be counter-productive. SAFE-HAVEN BONDS BACK IN FAVOUR Futures markets since have scaled back the risk of a half-point rise to around 58%, when it had been priced as a near certainty at one stage last week. "Broad-based inflation pressures have given rise to earlier-than-expected pressure for a synchronised shift toward restrictive policy across the globe," said JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) chief economist Bruce Kasman. "But we do not expect it to translate into aggressive action in March," he added. "In part, this reflects uncertainties related to Omicron, geopolitical tensions, and the purchasing power squeeze from high inflation - all of which weigh heavily on current-quarter growth." St. Louis Fed President James Bullard on Monday said U.S. inflation data justifies a 100 basis-point tightening by July, which was similar to remarks he made recently. All the rate chatter sent Treasury yields to peaks last seen in 2019, before geopolitical tensions prompted a safe-haven rally late on Friday. Yields on 10-year notes were last at 1.96%, having been as high as 2.06% last week and German Bund yields dropped a hefty 10 basis points in Europe. to 0.23% [GVD/EUR] The U.S. yield curve also flattened markedly and almost inverted between seven and 10-year maturities, as investors wagered the coming Fed tightening would slow economic growth. The Bank of Japan conducted an unlimited bond buying offer on Monday to restrain yields there. The 0.3% drop in the euro to $1.1317 lifted the dollar index to 96.258 and away from last week's trough of 95.172. The dollar was also up at 77.15 roubles, after jumping 2.9% on Friday. Gold eased to $1,852 an ounce, after climbing 1.6% on Friday. Oil prices climbed further to fresh seven-year highs amid concerns an invasion of Ukraine would trigger U.S. and European sanctions and disrupt exports from the major oil producer in an already tight market. [O/R] Brent added another $1.02 to hit $96.16 a barrel before settling back at $94.60, while U.S. crude was up 17 cents at $93.22. European natural gas prices for delivery in a month's time jumped nearly 10 percent to 81.30 euros per megawatt hour

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NVDA strong rise st

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

6.59 B

Beta

1.14

Avg. Volume

867.72 K

Shares Outstanding

156.92 M

Yield

0.26%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2022-07-26

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Sensata Technologies is a leading industrial technology company that develops sensors, sensor-based solutions, including controllers and software, and other mission-critical products to create valuable business insights for customers and end users. For more than 100 years, Sensata has provided a wide range of customized, sensor-rich solutions that address complex engineering requirements to help customers solve difficult challenges in the automotive, heavy vehicle & off-road, industrial and aerospace industries. With more than 19,000 employees and operations in 12 countries, Sensata's solutions help to make products safer, cleaner and more efficient, more electrified, and more connected.

CEO: Jeffrey Cote

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HQ: Bincknoll Lane Swindon, SN4 8SY Wiltshire

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