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November 25, 2014
17:30 EDTHPQHP sees commercial PC growth to moderate in Q1
Comments from Q4 earnings call.
16:26 EDTHPQHP down 1% to $37.25 after reporting Q4 results, guidance
16:10 EDTHPQHP says Q4 personal systems revenue was up 4% year over year
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16:08 EDTHPQHP sees FY15 EPS $3.83-$4.03, consensus $3.95
16:07 EDTHPQHP sees Q1 EPS 89c-93c, consensus 93c
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16:06 EDTHPQHP reports Q4 EPS $1.06, consensus $1.06
Reports Q4 revenue $28.4B, consensus $28.76B.
16:02 EDTAAPLApple Tesla Twitter Facebook Netflix
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15:31 EDTHPQNotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), consensus $1.06; Analog Devices (ADI), consensus 68c; Cubic (CUB), consensus 94c; Nimble Storage (NMBL), consensus (16c); Veeva Systems (VEEV), consensus 8c; Infoblox (BLOX), consensus 3c; TiVo (TIVO), consensus 7c; Perfect World (PWRD), consensus 40c.
15:10 EDTHPQHP November weekly 38 straddle priced for 4.1% move into Q4
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14:18 EDTHPQHP technical notes before results
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13:24 EDTAAPLApple volatility low as shares near record high
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12:35 EDTHPQEarnings Preview: Analysts take positive view of HP after split plan
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11:44 EDTAAPLPandora sinks after FBR downgrades to Underperform citing royalty risks
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11:10 EDTAAPLWorldwide tablet growth expected to slow to 7.2% in 2014, IDC says
The worldwide tablet market is expected to see a massive deceleration in 2014 with year-over-year growth slowing to 7.2%, down from 52.5% in 2013, according to a new forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC). At the core of this slowdown is the expectation that 2014 will represent the first full year of decline in Apple iPad shipments. Both the iPad and the overall market slowdown do not come as a surprise as device lifecycles for tablets have continued to lengthen, increasingly resembling those of PCs more than smartphones. "The tablet market continues to be impacted by a few major trends happening in relevant markets," said Ryan Reith, Program Director with IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Device Trackers. "In the early stages of the tablet market, device lifecycles were expected to resemble those of smartphones, with replacement occurring every 2-3 years. What has played out instead is that many tablet owners are holding onto their devices for more than 3 years and in some instances more than 4 years. We believe the two major drivers for longer than expected tablet lifecycles are legacy software support for older products, especially within iOS, and the increased use of smartphones for a variety of computing tasks." Publicly traded companies in the space include Samsung (SSNLF), Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG), (AMZN) and Barnes & Noble (BKS). Reference Link
10:43 EDTHPQHP volatility elevated into Q4 and outlook
HP November weekly call option implied volatility is at 50, December is at 25, January and February is at 22; compared to its 26-week average of 26 according to Track Data, suggesting large near term price movement into the expected release of Q4 results on November 25.
10:16 EDTAAPLYahoo seeks to replace Google when Apple deal ends next year, Information says
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09:40 EDTAAPLApple price target raised to $130 from $115 at Stifel
Stifel earlier today raised its price target for Apple shares to $130 after including the impact of Apple Watch. The firm estimates 2015 Watch units at 19.6M, adding roughly $9.6B in incremental revenue. Stifel sees $13.1B of incremental Watch revenue in 2016 on 27.8M units shipped. It keeps a Buy rating on Apple shares. The stock is up $1.09 to $119.72 in early trading.
09:39 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading
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09:07 EDTAAPLBlackBerry offering rebates on Passport smartphone
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November 24, 2014
16:34 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street opened in quiet fashion and trading remained that way throughout the day. The Dow and S&P moved in a narrow range and hugged the flat line, while the Nasdaq drifted steadily higher and added nearly 1% by the close of trade. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the Chicago Fed national activity index fell to 0.14 in October, versus expectations for a reading of 0.33. Markit's services PMI fell to 56.3 in the flash reading for November, versus expectations for a slight increase to 57.3 from its prior reading of 57.1. The Dallas Fed manufacturing index was steady at 10.5 in November, versus expectations for a 9.0 reading. Overseas, the euro area’s largest economy, Germany, saw a business climate index advance to 104.7 in November from 103.2 in October, beating economists' prediction for a decline to a reading of 103. COMPANY NEWS: Apple (AAPL) had a role in the Nasdaq's outperformance, as the tech giant climbed after a number of research firms, including Susquehanna, Cantor and KGI Research, were upbeat on the outlook for the company's performance during the holiday season. The iPhone maker's stock rose $2.15, or 1.85%, to close at $118.62 to close just below the 52-week high of $118.77 it hit late in the session... United Technologies (UTX) fell $1.51, or 1.37%, to $108.79 after the Dow member announced that Louis Chenevert had retired as Chairman and CEO, effective immediately. The company reaffirmed its expectations for 2014 earnings per share and sales, but provided little information regarding the abrupt exit of the executive. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Prosensa (RNA), which surged $7.16, or 62.59%, to $18.60 after the small drugmaker agreed to be acquired by larger BioMarin (BMRN). After the deal announcement BioMarin shares also rose $2.11, or 2.46%, to $87.94, while Sarepta Therapeutics (SRPT), which is working on a Duchenne muscular dystrophy treatment to rival Prosensa's, advanced 88c, or 5.59%, to $16.61. Also higher was Cimatron (CIMT), which jumped $2.57, or 42.27%, to $8.65 after 3D Systems (DDD) agreed to buy the company for approximately $97M, or $8.97 per share, in cash. Among the noteworthy losers was Ring Energy (REI), which fell $1.28, or 9.54%, to $12.14 after Canaccord downgraded the stock to Hold from Buy, citing the the recent decline in crude oil prices and the potential need for the company to raise capital. Also lower were shares of Potash (POT), which fell $2.23, or 6.09%, to $34.40, and Mosaic (MOS), which slid $1.75, or 3.71%, to $45.46 after Russia's Uralkali, the world's largest potash producer, was reported to be set to start repair work at part of its damaged mine. INDEXES: The Dow added 7.84, or 0.04%, to 17,817.90, the Nasdaq rose 41.92, or 0.89%, to 4,754.89, and the S&P 500 gained 5.91, or 0.29%, to 2,069.41.
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