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News For AAPL;X;SINA;CLF;HPQ From The Last 14 Days
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October 29, 2014
09:48 EDTHPQHP confirms plans to launch faster, lower-cost 3D printer system
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09:42 EDTCLF, HPQ, AAPL, XActive equity options trading
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09:19 EDTXOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: Goodyear Tire (GT), up 10%... Electronic Arts (EA), up 3.7%... ZELTIQ (ZLTQ), up 9%... Eaton (ETN), up 2.3%... Anadarko (APC), up 2%... U.S. Steel (X), up 7.7%... IAC (IACI), up 3.6%. ALSO HIGHER: Fiat Chrysler (FCAU), up 12% after reporting quarterly results, announcing plan to spin off Ferrari... Cara Therapeutics (CARA), up 17.8% after HAL trial of IV formulation of CR845 met primary endpoint... Jamba (JMBA), up 4% after upgraded at Wedbush. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Facebook (FB), down 5.7%... Gilead (GILD), down 3.2%... Ralph Lauren (RL), down 2.3%... SodaStream (SODA), down 3%... Garmin (GRMN), down 5%... Applied Micro Circuits (AMCC), down 9.9%... STMicroelectronics (STM), down 10%... Ballard Power (BLDP), down 8.7%... Hershey (HSY), down 3.3%... Deutsche Bank (DB), down 2.3%... McKesson (MCK), down 2%. ALSO LOWER: Sanofi (SNY), down 5.7% after downgraded at various firms including Barclays and BofA/Merrill after the company's board removed Christopher Viehbacher as CEO... InvenSense (INVN), down 22%, downgraded at Pacific Crest, Northland and Piper Jaffray following the company's Q2 earnings results... CareTrust REIT (CTRE), down 3.6% after acquiring Cross Healthcare Seniors housing portfolio... Orbital (ORB), down 16% after Orb-3 launch mishap... American Realty (ARCP), down 22% after announcing resignations of CFO, CAO.
09:05 EDTAAPLAerohive clarifies Wi-Fi infrastructure donated in support of Apple program
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08:25 EDTCLFCliffs Natural upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Macquarie
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08:25 EDTCLFCliffs Natural price target raised to $10 from $5 at JPMorgan
JPMorgan doubled its price target for Cliffs Natural shares to $10 after management said on the Q3 earnings call that the company would have no residual liability should the Eastern Canadian Iron Ore segment need to file for credit protection and guided for 2015 cost reductions in the core U.S. Iron Ore operations. The firm believes the comments triggered a short squeeze in the stock. It keeps a Neutral rating on Cliffs. Shares were downgraded this morning to Sell at Brean Capital.
07:53 EDTAAPLMCX member stores block Apple Pay amid threat of fines, NY Times says
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05:31 EDTCLFCliffs Natural downgraded to Sell from Hold at Brean Capital
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October 28, 2014
18:42 EDTXOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
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17:17 EDTXU.S. Steel up 6% following Q3 results
17:09 EDTXU.S. Steel sees Q4 flat-rolled results down significantly vs. Q3
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17:05 EDTXU.S. Steel sees Q4 segment income from operations to decrease sequentially
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17:04 EDTXU.S. Steel reports Q3 adjusted EBITDA $611M
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17:03 EDTXU.S. Steel reports Q3 adjusted EPS $2.16, consensus $1.17
Reports Q3 revenue $4.59B, consensus $4.56B.
17:01 EDTCLFOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street opened in positive territory despite two disappointing economic data points and a mixed report from social media giant Twitter (TWTR). The market moved in a narrow range for the opening half hour of trading but gained upside momentum following a much better than expected consumer confidence reading. The market continued to tack on points throughout the afternoon and closed at its highs, led by the Nasdaq, which gained 1.75% for the session. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., durable goods orders fell 1.3% in September, significantly undershooting expectations for them to have rise 0.7% in the month. The S&P Case-Shiller home price report showed prices were lower on a seasonally adjusted basis in the month of August compared to the prior month. A reading of consumer confidence surged to a seven-year high of 94.5 in October from a revised 89.0 final reading for September. The Richmond Fed's manufacturing index rose 6 points to 20 in October, beating expectations for it to have pulled back to 10. COMPANY NEWS: Twitter (TWTR) sunk $4.78, or 9.84%, to $43.78 after the social media company reported in-line profit and higher than expected Q3 revenue, but also reported a slowdown in user growth and provided weaker than expected Q4 guidance. Following last night's report, the stock was downgraded at RBC Capital, Nomura and Bank of America Merill Lynch to "Hold" or equivalent ratings, while Stifel lowered its rating on Twitter shares to Sell from Hold... Shares of Pfizer (PFE) edged up 6c, or 0.21%, to $29.09 after the pharmaceutical giant reported third quarter adjusted earnings per share and revenue that were a bit better than expected and narrowed its fiscal year profit outlook. Of note, Pfizer said during its earnings conference call that while proposed rule changes have made "inversions" more difficult, that meaningful value from inversion deals can still exists on a "case-by-case" basis. Shares of AstraZeneca (AZN), which was previously a target of Pfizer, gained 67c, or 0.95%, to $71.43 following Pfizer's comments. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers following their earnings reports were Whirlpool (WHR), which advanced $10.66, or 6.77%, to $168.06, Cummins (CMI), which gained $9.22, or 6.81%, to $144.59, and Cliffs Natural (CLF), which jumped $2.05, or 22.19%, to $11.29. Among the noteworthy losers was Kohl’s (KSS), which dropped $3.89, or 6.64%, to $54.66 after the department store operator’s outlook for third quarter same store sales and fiscal 2014 profit missed expectations. Also lower were shares of Coach (COH), which fell $2.15, or 5.95%, to $34.00 after the luxury handbag and accessory maker reported sales declined 9% on a constant currency basis in its first quarter. INDEXES: The Dow rose 187.81, or 1.12%, to 17,005.75, the Nasdaq advanced 78.36, or 1.75%, to 4,564.29, and the S&P 500 gained 23.42, or 1.19%, to 1,985.05.
16:08 EDTAAPLAerohive today's $50M market cap addition is too much, says at Northland
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16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; October 28, 2014
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13:48 EDTAAPLAerohive Networks selected by Apple to provide Wi-Fi for ConnectED initiative
Aerohive Networks (HIVE) announced it will provide the Wi-Fi infrastructure to support Apple’s (AAPL) $100M contribution to ConnectED. Aerohive’s next-generation networking solutions will enable connectivity for Apple devices and supporting content, providing teachers a new set of tools to engage and inspire their students. Aerohive is the only Wi-Fi infrastructure company working with Apple on this initiative.
13:07 EDTAAPLNXP Semiconductors seen as beneficiary if Apple, Alibaba strike deal
Chip maker NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) would benefit significantly if Apple (AAPL) teams up with China's Alibaba (BABA) on a mobile payment system, research firm Sterne Agee wrote in a note to investors today. Alibaba founder Jack Ma and Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly suggested last night that such a tie-up could occur. WHAT'S NEW: Alibaba founder Jack Ma said he's willing to collaborate with Apple regarding their mobile payment services, according to Reuters. Noting that Cook had suggested that there could be "a marriage" between Apple's mobile payment system, Apple Pay, and Alibaba's mobile payment system, Alipay, Sterne Agee analyst Vijay Rakesh wrote that such a deal would boost NXP Semiconductors, whose chips power NFC in Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Alipay has a 70% share of the mobile payments market in China with about 550M users, Rakesh estimated. A deal between Apple and Alibaba would open up the China market to NXP Semiconductors and stimulate additional "domino effect" growth for NXP, the analyst stated. Raskesh reiterated his previous contention that the proliferation of mobile payment systems could increase NXP's EPS by 35c-70c per year by 2017, assuming that 50% of smartphones have mobile payment systems by that year. The analyst kept an $82 price target and Buy rating on NXP Semiconductors; shares. WHAT'S NOTABLE: A number of U.S. retailers, including CVS (CVS), Rite Aid (RAD), Wal-Mart (WMT), and Best Buy (BBY) have reportedly decided not to accept Apple Pay at this time. Cook countered yesterday that many other companies plan to utilize the system and indicated that the tech giant would look to expand the system to overseas markets. PRICE ACTION: In early afternoon trading, NXP Semiconductors rose 1.3% to $66.64. Meanwhile, Apple added 1.3% and hit a 52-week high of $106.50 and Alibaba gained 2% to $99.83.
12:56 EDTAAPLGT Advanced says litigation against Apple would be 'expensive,' WSJ reports
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