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war mit Ski WM RSL beschäftigt....
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wobei schaue in erster Linie Ski-WM
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Chiliz und algo wären vielleicht interessant oder ist der Zug so kurz vor der WM schon abgefahren?
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cl sind wir long im wm konto . cl key bereich .zone balance...die wahrscheinlichkeit auf long wahr recht groß... aber muss man aufpassen wegen der balance . kann hin und her
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hast gedacht hier kriegst echtzeitnachrichten vom WM Depot? 😉
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Hallo Eva, CHZ habe ich mir in den letzten Tagen auch angeschaut. Die Performance ist im Vergleich zum Gesamtmarkt sehr gut. Ich habe jetzt aber nicht investiert, da ich allgemein eher mit weiter fallenden Kursen rechne. Bzgl. der WM ist Algorand der Partner der FIFA und hat auch einen NFT Marketplace. Der Preis von Algo ist weit zurückgekommen im Vergleich zum ATH. Ist da jemand detailliert im Thema?
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Hi ihr Lieben, hier mal wieder ne Idee von mir, wollte ich am Wochenende schon raushauen. Es its ja bald Fussball-WM, ich bin kein Fussballmensch, aber der Hype wird CHZ erfassen denke ich. Ich schaue ob ich im Bereich 22 cent nen Long starte und den dann bis zur WM laufen lasse... Ich weiss wir sind minimal spät dran, der retest 18 cent wäre der trigger gewesen... Denke dennoch das des Sinn macht. Eure Meinungen? ggf ist ja einer auf Socios unterwegs und kann was zu den Umsätzen der Fussball NFTS sagen
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UK Market Friday finished lower, helped by gains in commodity sector stocks. AstraZeneca dropped 6.8%, after the drug major reported lower than expected operating profit in the third quarter. John Wood Group fell 4.5%, after the company lowered its 2021 financial outlook. IG Group Holdings shed 1.1%. The online trading platform announced that it has successfully completed a comprehensive debt refinancing exercise and the implementation of a long-term funding structure. Aveva Group slid 0.8%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Hold’ from ‘Buy’. On the other hand, Redrow rose 1.9%, after the housebuilder forecasted its results for 2022 to be in line with those achieved in 2019. Land Securities Group edged up 0.6%, after the real estate investment trust announced that it would sell Harbour Exchange to Blackstone European Property Income Fund for £196.5 million. The FTSE 100 slipped 0.5%, to close at 7,347.9, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.1%, to end at 23,557.5. . Europe Market Snapshot Opposite to the UK finishing higher on Friday, amid optimism about strong earnings and economic recovery Compagnie Financiere Richemont climbed 10.9%, after the company reported a jump in its operating profit and announced plans to sell stake in loss-making Yoox Net-a-Porter (YNAP) ecommerce business. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton advanced 2.5%, following news that the company was planning to open its first duty-free store in China. Deutsche Telekom added 2.0%, after the company lifted its EBITDA outlook for fiscal 2021. Deutsche Wohnen rose 1.2%, after the company reaffirmed its earnings outlook for the current fiscal as it showed an increase in its funds from operations for the nine-month period ended in September. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.3%, to close at 1,883.5. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 rose 0.1%, to close at 16,094.1, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.5%, to settle at 7,091.4. . US Market Closed higher on Friday, supported by gains in technology and communication stocks. Blink Charging jumped 12.7%, after the electric vehicle company reported better than expected revenue in the third quarter. Johnson & Johnson rose 1.2%, after the health care giant announced plans to split itself into two companies focusing on its consumer health business and the large pharmaceuticals unit. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals edged up 0.7%, after the company announced that its monoclonal antibody cocktail has been approved in Europe, both as a treatment and to prevent Covid-19. On the other hand, WM Technology tumbled 19.6%, after the software company reported lower than expected results in the third quarter. Hewlett Packard Enterprise dropped 8.2%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Sell’ from ‘Neutral’. The S&P 500 gained 0.7%, to settle at 4,682.9. The DJIA rose 0.5%, to settle at 36,100.3, while the NASDAQ advanced 1.0%, to close at 15,861.0. Asia Market Asia is trading higher this morning. In Japan, Isuzu Motors and Trend Micro have advanced 3.1% and 4.1%, respectively. Meanwhile, Tokai Carbon and Toho Zinc have dropped 1.6% and 1.8%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Anta Sports Products and Meituan have risen 1.5% and 3.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, Sino Biopharmaceutical and CK Asset Holdings have fallen 2.0% and 4.0%, respectively. In South Korea, Foosung and Jico have climbed 13.8% and 29.7%, respectively. Meanwhile, IHQ and Century have declined 5.0% and 14.0%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 1.0% higher at 29,565.2. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.2% up at 25,302.9, while the Kospi index is trading 1.5% higher at 2,967.8.
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ist so ähnlich wie eugen der die futures wm rocken wollte und sein konto nach -45% gelöscht hat. und nun wird das totgeschwiegen 🤣
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Carter said the California-based company is the "leading cannabis tech platform (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/weedmaps-enhances-app-to-include-order-functionality-271628608868)" that provides U.S. cannabis operators advertising capabilities and tools to manage category and regulatory requirements. "With a discount to cannabis names on profitability metrics, we find the current valuation compelling, undervaluing our robust fundamental outlook and optionality borne from the company's leading position and capital advantage," Carter wrote in a note to clients. He initiated coverage of the stock with a buy rating and $19 price target, making him the third Wall Street analyst surveyed by FactSet to cover the company, all with bullish stances. "We believe the current U.S. environment (cannabis federally illegal) provides WM Technology the ability to enhance its platform and deepen its moat without competition from well-resourced technology companies, enhancing the ability to capitalize on our $100 billion category estimate," Carter wrote.
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Das alles kannst du schwieriger wenn es jz wm Hoechsten steht da weisst du ja nicht was waren markante Punkte bei höheren Preisen in der Vergangenheit, einfach weil es ja nie hoehere Preise gab
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UK Markets Were higher on Friday, helped by gains in financial and consumer staple sector stocks. Marks & Spencer Group jumped 14.1%, as the retailer raised its profit outlook for the full year, after recording a jump in its revenue. Wm Morrisons Supermarkets added 4.2%, after it agreed to a takeover offer from US private equity group Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R). Babcock International Group rose 3.0%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Overweight’ from ‘Equal weight’. On the flipside, Marshalls fell 2.5%, even though the company reported strong growth in the first half of the year and raised its outlook for 2021 and 2022. IWG shed 1.0%, after a top broker lowered its target price to 310.0p from 370.0p per share. AstraZeneca slid 0.1%, after the company announced that its rare disease division, Alexion is discontinuing ‘CHAMPION-ALS’, the global phase 3 clinical trial of Ultomiris. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.4%, to close at 7,087.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.6%, to end at 23,750.9.. . European Markets Were also higher on Friday. Hemnet Group surged 27.8%, after the real estate web portal reported an increase in its sales and profit in the second quarter. STMicroelectronics added 1.5%, after the company announced a collaboration with Eyeris to extend its Global-Shutter Sensor solution for automotive in-cabin monitoring. Thyssenkrupp rose 0.5%, following announcement that its Thyssenkrupp Sustainability Project received funds worth €6.4 million. Meanwhile, Volkswagen shed 0.5%, after the carmaker announced that it would reduce the production at its main plant in Wolfsberg due to a lack of microchips. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.4%, to close at 1,807.5. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 rose 0.3%, to close at 15,808.0, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.3%, to settle at 6,626.1. . US Markets Also closed higher on Friday, as concerns that the US Federal Reserve could begin tightening its monetary policy sooner than expected eased and helped by gains in technology sector stocks. Petco Health & Wellness jumped 7.8%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Outperform’ from ‘Neutral’. Foot Locker climbed 7.3%, after the shoe and apparel brand posted upbeat results in the second quarter. Mosaic added 3.9%, after a broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. Bristol-Myers Squibb rose 1.0%, after the US Food and Drug Administration approved the drug-maker’s cancer drug Opdivo. On the other hand, Deere shed 2.1%, despite reporting higher than expected revenue and earnings in the third quarter. The S&P 500 gained 0.8% to settle at 4,441.7. The DJIA rose 0.7% to settle at 35,120.1, while the NASDAQ added 1.2%, to close at 14,714.7. . Asian Markets Are trading higher this morning. In Japan, Recruit Holdings and Toyota Motor have advanced 3.6% and 3.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings and Furukawa Electric have fallen 0.3% and 0.5%, respectively. In Hong Kong, WH Group and Xinyi Solar Holdings have added 4.1% and 4.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, Link Real Estate Investment Trust and Longfor Group Holdings have dropped 0.8% and 1.1%, respectively. In South Korea, Kukbo and Central Insight have climbed 17.5% and18.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, Hancom Lifecare and TBH Global have declined 4.8% and 4.9%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 1.7% higher at 27,479.9. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.9% up at 25,317.9, while the Kospi index is trading 1.4% higher at 3,104.7.
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By Peter Nurse Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open largely lower Friday, with a slump in U.K. retail sales adding to concerns of a slowing global economic recovery as China continues its regulatory clampdown. At 2:10 AM ET (0610 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.4% lower, CAC 40 futures in France dropped 0.1%, while the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 0.2%. European markets have struggled this week as investors turned more risk averse, weighed by concerns that the U.S. Federal Reserve may be on the verge of reining in its pandemic-era monetary stimulus measures. That’s added to worries about the spread of Covid-19 variants and the impact on global growth, China’s regulatory crackdown and turmoil in Afghanistan. Earlier Friday, Chinese authorities passed a major data protection law on Friday, along the lines of Europe's Global Data Protection Regulation, the latest in a series of moves that will hit the way the country’s technology giants operate. Back in Europe, U.K. retail sales slumped 2.5% on the month in July, a dramatic slowdown from the 0.5% growth in June, while German factory prices soared 1.9% in July, up 10.4% on the year and at a level that will surely catch the attention of the European Central Bank. Remaining in the retail sector, private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice has raised its offer for WM Morrison Supermarkets (LON:MRW) to 7 billion pounds ($9.5 billion) as the battle for Britain’s fourth-largest grocer looks set to heat up. Marks and Spencer (LON:MKS), meanwhile, will be in the spotlight after raising its profit guidance for the full year, as revenue recovered to just 3% below its pre-pandemic level in the second quarter. The move puts pressure on Fortress, the owner of Majestic Wine, which had increased its bid to 6.7 billion pounds at the start of August. Elsewhere, oil prices edged higher Friday, rebounding from three-month lows, but are still heading for hefty weekly losses amid concerns about global demand growth, as measures to tackle the delta coronavirus variant hit mobility. Crude has also been buffeted this month by the rise in the dollar on the prospect of the Federal Reserve cutting back its extraordinary monetary stimulus in the near future. By 2:10 AM ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.5% higher at $63.84 a barrel, while the Brent contract rose 0.4% to $66.72. Both contracts are on course for weekly losses of around 6% after falling to their lowest levels since May on Thursday. Additionally, gold futures rose 0.3% to $1,789.15/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.1684.
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strong earnings from WM too
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Tuesday, July 27, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -110.00 0.31% 34,924 S&P 500 -10.25 0.23% 4,404 Nasdaq -8.50 0.06% 15,109 Global stock markets and U.S. futures decline amid a further Chinese selloff as Beijing undertook an extensive regulatory overhaul in the country. Focus turns back to the Fed and earnings as Fed officials are expected to discuss an eventual tapering of the stimulus at a meeting concluding tomorrow while Tesla Inc. ($TSLA) rose in premarket trading after an earnings beat. The S&P 500 and Dow closed at new all-time bests in sideways trading Monday as investors prepare for the Fed’s two-day policy meeting and ahead of quarterly earnings. Big tech in focus tonight with Apple, Microsoft, and Alphabet ($GOOGL) expected to post results while China stocks look to recover as big cap Alibaba ($BABA) and Baidu ($BIDU) each fall more than 5% on Monday after Beijing recently unveiled new rules on private tutoring and online education firms, the latest in a series of crackdowns on the technology sector that have roiled financial markets. The S&P 500 energy index was the strongest gainer among 11 sector indexes yesterday, jumping 2.5%, with health care the worst performer. Bitcoin prices pullback slightly after Bloomberg reported late yesterday that Amazon ($AMZN) denies will accept bitcoin, launch crypto coin in 2022 – said an Amazon spokesperson denied the report form City A.M. Crypto assets were up between 15%-20% on Monday after the reports initially surfaced. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index climbed 136 points to 27,970, the Shanghai Index dropped over 80 points (2.49%) to settle at 3,381 and the Hang Seng Index plunged again, falling over 1,000 points for a 2nd straight day (4.22%) to 25,086. In Europe, the German DAX is down over 70 points to 15,550, while the FTSE 100 is off about 30 points to dip below the 7,000 level. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 10.51 points, or 0.24%, to 4,422.30 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 82.76 points, or 0.24%, to 35,144.31 The Nasdaq Composite edged higher 3.72 points, or 0.03%, to 14,840.71 The Russell 2000 Index climbed 7.27 points, or 0.33% to 2,216.92 Events Calendar for Today 7:45 AM ET ICSC Weekly Retail Sales 8:30 AM ET Durable Goods Orders for June…est. 2.1% 8:30 AM ET Durable Goods Ex Transportation for June…est. 0.8% 8:55 AM ET Johnson/Redbook Weekly Sales 9:00 AM ET CaseShiller 20 City Index for May…est. 1.6% 9:00 AM ET Monthly Home Prices MoM for May 10:00 AM ET Consumer Confidence for July…est. 123.9 10:00 AMET Richmond Fed Manufacturing for July…prior 22 4:30 PM ET API Weekly Inventory Data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: AAN, ABG, ADM, ARCH, AWI, BSX, CIT, CNC, CTS, CVLT, DTE, ECL, ENTG, FELE, FISV, GE, GLW, GPK, HUBB, IQV, IVZ, JBLU, LECO, LW, MMM, MSCI, NXRT, PCAR, PHM, PII, RGEN, ROK, RTX, SHW, SIRI, SSTK, ST, SWK, TPB, UPS, WM, XRX Earnings After the Close: $AAPL, AAT, AGYS, $AMD, ASH, ATEN, AXTI, BXP, BYD, CAC, CAKE, CHE, CHRW, CSGP, EGP, EHC, ENPH, EQR, EXR, FCF, FIBK, $GOOGL, HA, HAFC, HBNC, HIW, HRZN, HT, HVT, IEX, JBT, JNPR, LBRT, MANH, MASI, MAT, MDLZ, MPWR, MSFT, MTDR, MXIM, NAVI, NBR, NLOK, NOV, OLN, OVV, PGRE, QS, SBUX, STAG, SYK, TDOC, TENB, TER, TRMK, USNA, V, WHG, WIRE, WSBC Other Key Events: Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2021 (virtual), 7/26-7/30 Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, 7/23-7/27, in Las Vegas Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.01 71.92 Brent 0.19 74.69 Gold -030 1,797.35 EUR/USD -0.0017 1.1786 JPY/USD -0.28 110.11 10-Year Note -0.022 1.254% Sector News Breakdown Consumer Tesla Motors ($TSLA) Q2 non-GAAP EPS $1.45 vs. est. $0.96; Q2 revs $11.96B vs. est. $11.3B; said produced and delivered over 200,000 vehicles, achieved an operating margin of 11.0% and exceeded $1B of GAAP net income for the first time in our history; qtrly automotive gross margin 28.4% vs 25.4% reported last year; qtrly automotive rev of which regulatory credits $354 mln vs $428 mln reported last year; qtrly vehicle asp declined by 2% yoy as Model S & Model X deliveries were reduced in q2 due to the product updates; records $23 million in bitcoin-related impairments after crypto’s second-quarter plunge PulteGroup, Inc. ($PHM) and Invitation Homes ($INVH), the nation’s premier single-family home leasing company, announced today the formation of an innovative strategic relationship Stanley Black & Decker ($SWK) Q2 EPS $3.08 vs. est. $2.87; Q2 revs $4.3B vs. est. $4.21B; raises FY21 EPS view to $11.35-$11.65 from $10.70-$11.00 (est. $11.19) and sees FY21 organic revenue growth 16%-18% TriNet Group ($TNET) Q2 adj EPS $1.56 vs. est. $0.81; Q2 revs rose 16% to $1.1B as compared to the same period last year; Q2 adjusted EBITDA was $154 million, compared to Adjusted EBITDA of $199 million, in the same period last year; total Worksite Employees ($WSEs) increased 9% compared to the same period last year, to approximately 340,000; sees FY revs up 10%-12% YoY Energy Range Resources ($RRC) 2Q adj EPS $0.24 vs est. $0.24 on adj revs $644Mm vs est. $569.9Mm, qtrly production avg 2.10 BCFE/day, about 31% liquids; says remains on track to spend at or below $425Mm capital budget; guides FY production avg about 2.15 BCFE/day with about 30% liquids Financials com Inc ($AMZN) on Monday denied a media report saying the e-commerce giant was looking to accept bitcoin payments by the end of the year. The report from London’s City A.M. newspaper sent Bitcoin prices surging above $40K before it trimmed gains to last trade around $37,500. “Notwithstanding our interest in the space, the speculation that has ensued around our specific plans for cryptocurrencies is not true,” said a spokesperson from Amazon AGNC Investment ($AGNC) Q2 EPS loss (83c); reports $16.39 tangible net book value per common share as of June 30, decreased ($1.33) per common share, or -7.5%, from $17.72 per common share as of March 31. American Campus Communities ($ACC) 2Q adj FFO/shr $0.42 vs est. $0.37 on revs $208.5Mm vs est. $187.8Mm; guides 3Q FFO/shr $0.32-0.36 vs est. $0.32, sees FY FFO/shr $1.95-2.09 vs est. $1.92 Ameriprise ($AMP) 2Q adj EPS $5.27 vs est. $5.21 on revs $3.42B vs est. $3.37B, AUM +28% to $1.2T Brandywine ($BDN) Q2 FFO $0.32 vs. est. $0.32; sees 2021 FFO $1.34-$1.40 vs. est. $1.36; Core Portfolio: 90.5% occupied and 92.5% leased; New and Renewal Leases Signed: 435,000 square feet; Rental Rate Mark-to-Market: Increased 22.2% / 13.7% on accrual / cash basis; Same Store Net Operating Income: 0.5% on an accrual basis and 1.8% on a cash basis Brown & Brown ($BRO) Q2 adj EPS 49c vs. est. 40c; Q2 revs $727.3M vs. est. $679.46M Heartland Financial ($HTLF) Q2 EPS $1.41 vs. est. $1.26; Q2 revs $173.7M vs. est. $174.7M; Q2 net interest margin was 3.37% compared to 3.44%during the first quarter of 2021 and 3.81% during the second quarter of 2020 Independence Realty ($IRT) 2Q EPS $0.03 vs est. $0.01, sees FY same-store property NOI growth 6.5-7.5%, sees FY core FFO/share $0.76-0.78 vs est. $0.75; announces 14M share secondary offering Sun Communities ($SUI) 2Q core FFO/shr $1.80 vs est. $1.61 on revs $603.9Mm vs est. $374.9Mm, says home sales volume +89.5% to 1,158 homes for qtr ended June 30, 2021; guides FY core FFO/shr $6.25-6.37 vs est. $6.03 TransUnion ($TRU) Q2 adj EPS 96c vs. est. 91c; Q2 revs $774M vs. est. $745.78M; sees FY21 adj EPS $3.63-$3.70 vs. est. $3.54; sees FY21 revenue $3.034B-$3.059B vs. est. $2.98B Healthcare Biogen ($BIIB) and Ionis ($IONS) announced that topline data from a Phase 1b placebo-controlled, multiple ascending dose clinical study showed that BIIB080/IONIS-MAPT met its primary objective of safety and tolerability in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease. HealthStream Inc. ($HSTM) 2Q EPS $0.08 vs est. ($0.04) on revs $64.8Mm vs est. $60.6Mm; guides FY revs $253-257Mm vs est. $251.3Mm, sees FY adj EBITDA $48-50Mm vs est. $42.8Mm ObsEva ($OBSV) rises 25%; after entering a pact for Organon to exclusively develop and commercialize ebopiprant, a treatment for preterm labor Medpace ($MEDP) Q2 GAAP EPS $1.06 vs. est. $0.99; Q2 revs $278.3M vs. est. $272.1M; raises FY21 EPS view to $4.31-$4.50 from$4.24-$4.42 (est. $4.38); sees FY21 revs $1.11B-$1.15B vs. est. $1.13B; net new business awards were $387.6M in Q2, representing an increase of 52.5% Universal Health ($UHS) Q2 adj EPS $3.76 vs. est. $2.68; Q2 revs $3.2B vs. est. $3.01B; increases 2021 full year earnings guidance and announces $1 billion increase to stock repurchase program authorization; sees year EPS $11.46-$12.16 (above prior $10.05-$11.05) vs. est. $11.00; sees year revs $12.35B-$12.5B vs. est. $12.33B Industrials & Materials General Electric ($GE) Q2 adj EPS 5c vs. est. 4c; Q2 revs $18.3B vs. est. $18.13B; Q2 Industrial organic revenues $16.9B, up 7%; reiterates FY21 adjusted EPS view 15c-25c vs. est. 26c; raises 2021 outlook for Industrial free cash flow range from $2.5B-$4.5B to $3.5B-$5.0B 3M ($MMM) Q2 adj EPS $2.59 vs. est. $2.26; Q2 revs $8.95B vs. est. $8.55B; Q2 operating cash flow was $1.9B with adjusted free cash flow of $1.6B contributing to adjusted free cash flow conversion of 103%; raises FY21 EPS view to $9.70-$10.10 from $9.20-$9.70 (est. $9.81) and also boosts FY21 revenue view to up 7%-10% from up 5%-8% China is considering imposing more tariffs on steel exports as it seeks to cap domestic production and tame surging prices. Potential rates being discussed range from 10% to 25% and products include hot-rolled coil, according to two people familiar with the matter – Bloomberg (watch shares of $X, $STLD, $RS, $NUE) Axalta Coating ($AXTA) Q2 EPS $0.54 vs. est. $0.46; Q2 sales $1.13B vs. est. $1.08B; Q2 sales increased 72.6% year-over-year, including a 5.3% foreign currency benefit, driven by 56.4% higher volumes and 9.3% higher average price and product mix; sees FY 2021 adjusted eps $1.85-$2.00 vs. est. $2.06; sees FY adjusted Ebit $685-$725 mln and sees FY 2021 net sales growth about 20%-22% Hexcel Corp. ($HXL) 2Q adj EPS $0.08 vs est. $0.01 on sales $320Mm vs est. $324Mm, continues to withhold financial guidance Crane Co. ($CR) 2Q adj EPS $1.83 vs est. $1.38 on sales $796Mm vs est. $743.6Mm; guides FY adj EPS $5.95-6.15 vs est. $5.73, sees FY core sales +7-9%, sees FY net sales $3.1B vs est. $3.03B Packaging Corp. ($PKG) 2Q adj EPS $2.17 vs est. $1.78 on sales $1.9B vs est. $1.78B, guides 3Q EPS $2.37 vs est. $2.11 PotlatchDeltic ($PCH) Q2 EPS $2.77 vs. est. $2.52; Q2 revs $447.5M vs. est. $422.2M; Generated record Total Adjusted EBITDDA of $275.0M and Total Adjusted EBITDDA margin of 61%; historic lumber prices drove record Wood Products Adjusted EBITDDA of $204.6M Simpson Manufacturing ($SSD) Q2 EPS $1.66 vs. est. $1.60; Q2 revs $410.3M vs. est. $393.68M; raises FY21 CapEx view to $55M-$60M from $50M-$55M TFI International Inc. ($TFII) 2Q adj EPS $1.44 vs est. $0.96 on revs $1.84B vs est. $1.35B, increased qtrly dividend by 21% to $0.23/share
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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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UK Markets Closing in the red yesterday, led by losses in commodity and banking sector stocks. Ocado Group dropped 4.2%, even though the company’s losses narrowed in the first half of the year. British Land lost 4.0%, following a rating downgrade on the stock to ‘Hold’ from ‘Buy’. Wm Morrison Supermarkets slid 0.6%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Outperform’. International Consolidated Airlines Group fell 1.3%, even though Germany relaxed restrictions for travellers from the UK and some other countries. On the flipside, J Sainsbury added 0.6%, after the supermarket group raised its full year profit forecast. AstraZeneca rose 0.5%, after the European Commission approved its proposed acquisition of US drug developer, Alexion, for a consideration of $39.0 billion. The FTSE 100 declined 0.9%, to close at 7,100.9, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.6%, to end at 22,895.4. . European Markets Also finished lower yesterday, on renewed concerns over global economic recovery due to rising cases of the Delta variant of Covid-19. Alstom declined 8.4%, as the train maker warned of significant cash outflows for the first half of the year, following the integration of newly-acquired Bombardier Transportation. Casino Guichard-Perrachon fell 1.8%, after the company announced that it has entered into a strategic alliance with Google Cloud and Accenture Plc. to enhance its digital strategy. On the other hand, Sartorius climbed 4.4%, after the pharmaceutical equipment company upgraded its forward guidance. Nordex rose 0.6%, after the company announced revealed a rise in order intake in the second quarter of 2021. The FTSEurofirst 300 index slipped 0.6%, to settle at 1,758.1. The German DAX Xetra fell 1.0%, to settle at 15,511.4, while the French CAC-40 shed 0.9%, to close at 6,507.5.. . US Markets Closed lower yesterday, amid profit booking and led by losses in financial and energy sector stocks. Nov declined 6.3%, as oil prices dropped. AMC Entertainment Holdings dropped 3.9%, after the movie theatre chain announced that it would no longer seek shareholder approval to sell more shares. 3M fell 1.5%, following a rating downgrade on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Outperform’. Pfizer shed 1.1%, after Israel’s health ministry reported that the healthcare company’s Covid-19 vaccine proved less effective in preventing infection and symptomatic disease. On the other hand, Amazon advanced 4.7%, after the Department of Defence cancelled its $10 billion JEDI contract with Microsoft. Apple added 1.5%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to $170.0 from $165.0. The S&P 500 slipped 0.2%, to settle at 4,343.5. The DJIA fell 0.6%, to settle at 34,577.4, while the NASDAQ added 0.2%, to close at 14,663.6. . Asian Markets Were trading lower this morning. In Japan, Tosoh and Amada have dropped 3.1% and 3.2%, respectively. Meanwhile, Cyber Agent and Yamato Holdings have advanced 1.3% and 3.3%, respectively. In Hong Kong, CITIC and Longfor Group Holdings have fallen 1.6% and 1.9%, respectively. Meanwhile, CSPC Pharmaceutical Group and Hong Kong Exchange & Clearing have risen 2.5% and 5.3%, respectively. In South Korea, Byuksan and Daewoong have declined 6.5% and 8.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, Asiana Airlines and Dae Young Packaging have climbed 7.2% and 11.0%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 1% lower at 28,363.8. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.6% down at 27,917.3, while the Kospi index is trading 0.5% lower at 3,287.9
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UK Markets Finished in the green yesterday, supported by gains in mining sector stocks and amid optimism over economic reopening. GCP Student Living jumped 14.3%, after announcing that it received a series of non-binding proposals from a consortium of Scape Living and iQSA Holdco and was currently in discussions with them. Wm. Morrison Supermarkets climbed 11.6%, after New York based, Apollo Global Management stated that it was considering a bid for the supermarket chain. Pendragon advanced 2.7%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to 26.0p from 25.0p. Flutter Entertainment added 1.5%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. On the flipside, Spire Healthcare Group declined 2.8%, even after Australia’s Ramsay Health Care revised up its buyout offer to about £1.04 billion. Informa fell 1.1%, after a top broker cut its target price on the stock to 640.0p from 670.0p. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.6%, to close at 7,164.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 1.2%, to end at 23,022.4. . European Markets Also finished higher yesterday, following upbeat business activity data in the Euro-zone. Credit Suisse Group added 1.3%, after the company announced the appointment of Goldman Sachs veteran, Joanna Hannaford, as its Chief Technology and Operations Officer, with effect from 1 January 2022. Skanska rose 0.8%, after the development and construction company announced that it has signed a contract with the New York City Economic Development Corp. to construct a new municipal health lab in Harlem USA. Meanwhile, Prosus declined 6.1%, after the tech investment company announced that China widened its probe on newly-listed ride hailer, Didi. Electricite de France fell 1.7%, after France’s Finance Minister, Bruno Le Maire, stated that it would be difficult for the country to accept the European Commission’s requests on a reorganisation of the power generator. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.3%, to settle at 1,768.2. The German DAX Xetra rose 0.1%, to settle at 15,662.0, while the French CAC-40 added 0.2%, to close at 6,567.5. . US Market US were closed yesterday . Asian Markets Were trading mostly higher this morning. In Japan, JFE Holdings and Inpex have advanced 2.5% and 3.4%, respectively. Meanwhile, Ricoh and Mitsubishi Motors have dropped 1.8% and 3.1%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Xinyi Solar Holdings and Sino Biopharmaceutical have fallen 1.4% and 3.0%, respectively. Meanwhile, Anta Sports Products and Haidilao International Holding have risen 1.0% and 5.5%, respectively. In South Korea, SNT Energy and Inbiogen have climbed 7.4% and 25.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, Sewon Precision Industry and Doosan Infracore have declined 4.1% and 8.8%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.4% higher at 28,725.8. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.7% down at 27,938.9, while the Kospi index is trading 0.4% higher at 3,305.3. . Commodity Brent crude oil one month futures contract is trading 0.38% or $0.29 higher at $77.45 per barrel. Yesterday, the contract climbed 1.3% or $0.99, to settle at $77.16 per barrel, after OPEC and its oil producing allies failed to reach an agreement to boost oil production. Gold futures contract is trading 0.85% or $15.20 higher at $1798.50 per ounce. Yesterday, the contract marginally climbed to settle at $1783.30 per ounce, as concerns over an earlier than expected rate hike by the US Federal Reserve faded. . Currency EUR is trading 0.08% higher against the USD at $1.1874, ahead of Euro-zone’s economic sentiment data for July and retail sales data for May, along with Germany’s economic sentiment data for July and retail sales data for May, due later today. Additionally, investors await the US services PMI for June, slated to release later today. Yesterday, the EUR weakened marginally versus the USD, to close at $1.1864. On the data front, Euro-zone’s services PMI rose to its highest level since July 2007 in June, while the region’s investor confidence index climbed for a fifth consecutive month in July, recording its highest level since February 2018. Separately, Germany’s services PMI advanced less than market expectations in June. GBP is trading 0.3% higher against the USD at $1.3886, ahead of UK’s construction PMI for June, scheduled to release today. Yesterday, the GBP strengthened 0.14% versus the USD, to close at $1.3844. On the data front, UK’s service PMI fell less than expected in June. . Bitcoin BTC is trading 0.32% higher against the USD at $33964.40. Yesterday, BTC advanced 2.15% against the USD to close at $33855.36. In major news, leading decentralised finance money market, Aave, announced its plans to introduce a permissioned version of its platform for institutional investors in partnership with crypto custodian and service provider, Fireblocks, this month. Separately, the crypto-friendly state of Wyoming announced that it has approved the first legally recognised decentralised autonomous organisation in the US. . Key Economic News . UK services PMI dropped less than expected in June In the UK, the services PMI fell to 62.40 in June, compared to a level of 62.90 in the previous month. Markets were expecting the services PMI to drop to a level of 61.70. . Euro-zone investor confidence rose in July In the Euro-zone, the investor confidence index climbed to 29.80 in July, compared to a reading of 28.10 in the prior month. Markets were expecting the index to rise to 30.00. . Euro-zone services PMI rose more than anticipated in June In the Euro-zone, the services PMI climbed to 58.30 in June, compared to a reading of 55.20 in the prior month. Markets were expecting the services PMI to rise to a level of 58.00. . German services PMI advanced less than market forecast in June In Germany, the services PMI rose to 57.50 in June, compared to a reading of 52.80 in the previous month. Markets were expectingthe services PMI to advance to 58.10. . Japan’s overall household spending climbed in May In Japan, overall household spending jumped 11.60% on a YoY basis in May, compared to a rise of 13.00% in the prior month. Markets were expecting overall household spending to record a rise of 10.90%
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UK Markets Finished in the green yesterday, boosted by gains in mining and industrial sector stocks. Wm. Morrison Supermarkets surged 34.6%, after the retailer rejected an unsolicited offer worth £5.5 billion from the US private equity firm, Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. Capita climbed 9.1%, after the outsourcer forecasted a revenue growth for the first time in six years. Ocado Group advanced 4.0%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Overweight’ from ‘Equal Weight’. Renewables Infrastructure Group rose 0.5%. The company announced that routine inspections at Merkur found signs of stress fatigue on certain areas of the support structure of the Helihoist on some of the 6MW wind turbines. Meanwhile, Rio Tinto slid 0.3%, following a rating downgrade on the stock to ‘Sell’ from ‘Neutral’. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.6%, to close at 7,062.3, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.6%, to end at 22,457.1. .
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Cannabis tech firm WM Holding Company, LLC (WMH) known for its Weedmaps brand, is now trading on the Nasdaq. The milestone was made possible by the company's completion of its previously announced merger with investment management firm Silver Spike Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ: SSPK).
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ich schaue nur alle 5 Jahre rein. WM und EM "TeilzeitFan"
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UK Markets Finished in the red yesterday, amid strength in the British Pound, following the outcome of the Scottish election. Renishaw dropped 6.7%, following reports that the company was struggling to attract takeover interest due to a high valuation and list of ownership demands. AstraZeneca fell 1.1%. The company’s acquisition of Alexion Pharmaceuticals is set to close in the third quarter, as shareholders voted in favour of the deal. Wm. Morrison Supermarkets shed 0.4%, even though the company reported a rise in first quarter sales and reiterated guidance for higher annual profits. On the other hand, Helios Towers rose 0.6%, after the telecommunications infrastructure company announced that it had agreed to purchase 2,890 sites from Oman-based mobile network operator Omantel for a consideration of $575.0 million. The FTSE 100 declined 2.5%, to close at 6,948.0, while the FTSE 250 fell 2.3%, to end at 22,167.1. .
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UK Market UK finished in the green yesterday, helped by gains in mining and energy sector stocks. Marshalls jumped 8.2%, despite reporting a drop in its annual revenue. Savills climbed 8.1%, after the company reinstated its dividend. Spirent Communications gained 7.0%, after the company reported a rise in its annual profit and declared a special dividend. IG Group Holdings advanced 4.9%, after the company reported a significant rise in its third quarter revenue. Rolls-Royce Holdings rose 0.7%, after the engine maker announced that it expects to achieve a positive cash flow in the second half of 2021. On the contrary, IWG fell 2.1%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Hold’ from ‘Buy’. Wm. Morrison Supermarkets shed 1.0%, after the supermarket chain reported a decline in its full year profits. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.2%, to close at 6,737.0, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.6%, to end at 21,533.1. .
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wm ads has a long runway for price adjustments. Average CPC is only $0.5 compared to $2.5 in other industries.
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I would expect average business revenue to steadily increase over time as the product suite is extremely compelling. Weedmap’s BiaB includes a suite of products: -Weedmaps: Access to the Weedmaps marketplace -wm ads: Providing sponsored listings in the marketplace (common in marketplaces) -wm deals: Promotions to attract new buyers -wm orders: Software to manage POs -wm dispatch: Regulatory compliant software to manage deliveries -Some states require real-time GPS tracking of orders, some require delivery drivers to wear body cameras – weedmaps BiaB manages these requirements depending on their location -wm store: Off marketplace e-comm for cannabis shops (Shopify clone) -wm retail: On-site regulatory compliant POS systems and software (Square clone) -wm exchange: Background marketplace for wholesale sellers and retail buyers -wm dashboard: Analytics
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SPAC - $SSPK Silver Spike Acquisition Comp They are merging with WM Holdings, Inc who owns Weedmaps. Founded in 2008. Lead by CEO Chris Beals. Former life-sciences attorney (important - will come in later). Basic Description: The business is a two-sided marketplace which serves customers and sellers of marijuana products. Who are they? On the consumer side, http://weedmaps.com/ which is a marketplace for standardized marijuana products. Weed Maps is the world’s largest base of cannabis users with over 10M MAUs, 90% of which are cannabis users, and a stunning 70% are DAILY users. Weedmaps Find Marijuana Dispensaries, Brands, Delivery, Deals & Doctors A key part of the marketplace is the differentiation between alcohol/tobacco and cannabis. Cannabis is not a standardized product so Weedmaps compiles millions of data points from strain traits, user feedback, effects, etc., to suggest the best products for the user. Weedmaps is operating at a 1.5B GMV run rate. With cannabis illegal on the Federal level, they do not currently take a percentage of this GMW but stated that they plan to with Federal legalization.
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Hallo, da mich doch viele anschreiben und wissen wollen was denn in der WM passiert ist, möchte ich es hier kurz für Alle schreiben. Anscheinend habe ich gegen irgendwelche „Regularien“ verstoßen. Deshalb hat man mich aus sämtlichen Standings entfernt. Welche das genau sein sollen wurde mir bis heute nicht erklärt.
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Hallo Elisabeth, neee nur ein kurze Statement wegen der WM. Hier nochmals der Text. :-)
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also der taucht nicht mehr auf, weil er aus Deutschland kommt und gesperrt ist? > @DennisB said: Phil taucht in der WM Liste nicht mehr auf und Serge musste gestern VPN nutzen um US-Zeitung zu lesen wegen EU Datenschutz
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?? Gibt doch andere EU Bürger im WM Ranking
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Phil taucht in der WM Liste nicht mehr auf und Serge musste gestern VPN nutzen um US-Zeitung zu lesen wegen EU Datenschutz
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i like wm.. but they fk up with zoom calls
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UK Market Finished lower yesterday, amid ongoing uncertainty related to Brexit deal and fears over rising Covid-19 infections. Mitie Group dropped 6.6%, after the company posted a decline in in its interim profits and cancelled its first half dividend. Kingfisher fell 2.7%, after the home retailer reported a slowdown in fourth quarter sales growth. On the contrary, Royal Mail rose 3.3%, after the company issued an upbeat revenue outlook for the full year, following a surge in online sales. Halma gained 3.1%, after the company upgraded its annual profit outlook. Wm Morrison Supermarkets climbed 2.9%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Sell’. Serco added 2.6%, amid reports that the company has attracted interest from at least two private equity firms. The FTSE 100 declined 0.8%, to close at 6,334.4, while the FTSE 250 fell 1.0%, to settle at 19,507.5. .
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