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August 1, 2014
06:33 EDTFIATYFiat shareholders set to approve Chrysler merger, Reuters says
Fiat investors are anticipated to give the go-ahead in regards to the firm's merger with its U.S. division Chrysler, according to Reuters, citing comments from the carmaker's chairman John Elkann. Reference Link
06:31 EDTAAPLAnalyst says Apple may ship just 3M iWatch units in 2014, Apple Insider reports
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06:28 EDTGMGeneral Motors has offered many discounts in recent months, NY Times says
GM has offered many discounts and lease deals since last spring in an effort to boost its sales in the wake of its safety crisis, according to The New York Times. The company's U.S. sales rose 2.5% in the first six months of the year, the newspaper noted. Reference Link
06:18 EDTAAPLYahoo Japan introduces car navigation app, WSJ reports
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06:04 EDTFFord's executive chairman says CEO transition "smooth," Detroit News reports
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July 31, 2014
18:58 EDTTSLAOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: Imperva (IMPV), up 13.4% after reporting quarterly results... LinkedIn (LNKD), up 7.7% after reporting better than expected second quarter results and guidance for third quarter and fiscal 2014... Expedia (EXPE), up 2.1% after reporting second quarter results above analyst estimates and raising its quarterly dividend... Priceline (PCLN), up marginally following Expedia's second quarter results...Tableau Software (DATA), up 1.5%... Mohawk (MHK), up 3%. ALSO HIGHER: Sarepta Therapeutics (SRPT), up 3.4% after the FDA said that it will explore quick approval of DMD drugs. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: (WWWW), down 16.8% after reporting second quarter results and acquiring UK online directory company Scoot... ARRIS Group (ARRS), down 8.6%... Control4 (CTRL), down 11.1%... SunPower (SPWR), down 5%... GoPro (GPRO), down 11.2%... Outerwall (OUTR), down 2%... Tesla (TSLA), down marginally after reporting second quarter results and announcing that it broke ground on a possible Gigafactory location in Reno, Nevada.
18:34 EDTTSLATesla says has addressed majority of quality issues
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17:41 EDTTSLATesla sees 100,000 unit run rate by end of 2015, split between Model S, X
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16:44 EDTTSLATesla moves lower, shares now down 4% to $215
16:11 EDTTSLATesla rallies 4% to $232 following Q2 results
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16:10 EDTTSLATesla says broke ground in Reno on possible Gigafactory location
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16:10 EDTTSLATesla says on track for more than 35,000 deliveries in 2014
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16:09 EDTTSLATesla raises 2014 investment guidance by $100M to $750M-$950M
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16:09 EDTTSLATesla sees Q3 non-GAAP automotive gross margin consistent with Q2
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16:08 EDTTSLATesla plans to produce about 9,000 cars in Q3
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16:07 EDTTSLATesla reports Q2 Model S deliveries of 7,579 vehicles
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16:06 EDTTSLATesla reports Q2 EPS 11c, consensus 4c
Reports Q2 revenue $858M, consensus $810.61M.
16:00 EDTTSLA, AAPLOptions Update; July 31, 2014
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up $2.52 to 31.61 Option volume leaders: AAPL TWTR TSLA WFM AMZN NFLX FB GILD according to Track Data.
15:38 EDTTSLANotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include Tesla Motors (TSLA), consensus 4c; Public Storage (PSA), consensus $1.96; Edison International (EIX), consensus 83c; DaVita HealthCare (DVA), consensus 89c; Southwestern Energy (SWN), consensus 59c; Northeast Utilities (NU), consensus 50c; Fluor (FLR), consensus 99c; Expedia (EXPE), consensus 76c; Western Union (WU), consensus 36c; Microchip Technology (MCHP), consensus 67c; Mohawk (MHK), consensus $2.20; PerkinElmer (PKI), consensus 59c; Apartment Investment (AIV), consensus 51c; LinkedIn (LNKD), consensus 39c; Douglas Emmett (DEI), consensus 39c; Trulia (TRLA), consensus (16c); Outerwall (OUTR), consensus $1.36; Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP), consensus 24c; FleetCor Technologies (FLT), consensus $1.25; Ashland (ASH), consensus $1.57; Pharmacyclics (PCYC), consensus (22c); Community Health Systems (CYH), consensus 35c; Arch Capital (ACGL), consensus 99c.
15:20 EDTTSLAEarnings Preview: Morgan says Q2 may pressure Tesla, recommends buying dip
Tesla Motors (TSLA) is scheduled to report second quarter earnings after the market close on Thursday, July 31, with a conference call scheduled for 5:30 pm ET. Tesla designs, manufactures and sells electric vehicles, including its flagship Model S. EXPECTATIONS: Analysts are looking for earnings of 4c per share on revenue of $810.61M, according to First Call. The consensus range for EPS is (5c)-22c on revenue of $739.6M-$932.96M. In May, the company said it expects to deliver about 7,500 Model S vehicles in Q2. The company also said it plans to produce 8,500 to 9,000 cars in the quarter, representing a 13% to 19% increase over Q1. "Planned production is again higher than deliveries because of the growing pipeline of in-transit cars to Asia and Europe that have been built-to-order for customers," Tesla noted. Tesla noted at that time that it was on track for more than 35,000 deliveries in 2014. LAST QUARTER: On May 7, Tesla reported first quarter EPS of 12c against estimates for 10c. The company reported non-GAAP revenue $713M, compared to consensus of $699.1M. The company reported Q1 Model S production of 7,535 vehicles. NEWS: This morning, Panasonic (PCRFY) and Tesla said they have signed an agreement that lays out their cooperation on the construction of a large-scale battery manufacturing plant in the United States, known as the Gigafactory, which will produce cells, modules and packs for Tesla's electric vehicles and for the stationary storage market. According to the agreement, Tesla will prepare, provide and manage the land, buildings and utilities. Panasonic will manufacture and supply cylindrical lithium-ion cells and invest in the associated equipment, machinery, and other manufacturing tools based on their mutual approval. The Gigafactory is planned to produce 35GWh of cells and 50GWh of packs per year by 2020. On June 12, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced in a blog post that the company will not initiate patent lawsuits against anyone who, in good faith, wants to use its technology. Earlier in the same month, Musk told shareholders at the company's annual meeting that he plans to remain as the CEO for "at least" another four to five years, as he has committed to remain the CEO "at least" until high-volume is achieved for the third-generation Model X. STREET RESEARCH: On the day after Tesla's last quarterly report, Baird said it would use any weakness in the stock as an "aggressive buying opportunity." The firm said its Q1 results were good and felt its guidance was better than expected. The firm kept its Outperform rating and $275 price target on the stock at that time. One week ago, Baird said it believes consensus estimates for Q2 on Tesla are generally on-target, but the firm believes Street estimates may need to come down for Q3 to account for higher operating expenses and the company's lease program. Baird estimates 7,565 Model S deliveries in Q2 and said the company's production may beat expectations. The firm still keeps its Outperform rating and $275 price target on Tesla. Yesterday, Morgan Stanley said it expects Tesla's Q2 results to have some items that could pressure shares. The analyst expects weakish Q3 volume guidance due to extensive retooling ahead of higher volumes at the Fremont plant. It also expects North American Model S volumes to be down significantly year-over-year as the company prioritizes the international roll-out and fears lack of details on the Gigafactory may create more questions. Despite these short-term concerns, the analyst recommends buying Tesla on a potential dip given its significant long-term opportunities. Morgan Stanley maintains an Overweight rating on shares of Tesla. PRICE ACTION: On the day after its Q1 report, shares of Tesla fell about 11.3% to $178.59. Over the last three months, the stock is up about 8%. In afternoon trade ahead of tonight's Q2 report, Tesla is down over 2% to $223.85.
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