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January 30, 2013
10:24 EDTFOSL, HES, PCH, IDIX, XOM, CP, YUM, UNP, USB, PLD, OPEN, LEN, JBLU, ITW, HA, HOG, GGG, F, AMZNOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
Today's noteworthy downgrades include: Amazon.com (AMZN) downgraded to Outperform from Buy at CLSA... Ford (F) downgraded to Underperform from Outperform at CLSA... Fossil (FOSL) downgraded to Sell from Hold at Brean Capital... Graco (GGG) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Janney Capital... Harley-Davidson (HOG) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Goldman... Hawaiian Holdings (HA) downgraded to Hold from Buy at Deutsche Bank... Illinois Tool Works (ITW) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at BMO Capital... JetBlue (JBLU) downgraded to Underperform from Market Perform at Raymond James... Lennar (LEN) downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Credit Suisse... OpenTable (OPEN) downgraded to Perform from Outperform at Oppenheimer... ProLogis (PLD) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo... U.S. Bancorp (USB) downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at JPMorganbas... Union Pacific (UNP) downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at Atlantic Equities... Yum! Brands (YUM) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Bernstein... Canadian Pacific (CP) downgraded to Hold from Buy at Stifel Nicolaus... Exxon Mobil (XOM) downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Macquarie... Idenix (IDIX) downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Wedbush... Potlatch (PCH) downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at DA Davidson... Hess Corp. (HES) downgraded to Neutral from Add at Capital One.
News For AMZN;F;GGG;HOG;HA;ITW;JBLU;LEN;OPEN;PLD;USB;UNP;YUM;CP;XOM;IDIX;PCH;HES;FOSL From The Last 14 Days
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October 8, 2014
06:13 EDTAMZNNon-Apple notebook, tablet demand to be weak till 2Q15, DigiTimes reports
Demand for non-Apple (AAPL) notebooks and tablets may remain weak until the second quarter of 2015, reports DigiTimes. Citing Taiwan makers, the pressure due to booming sales from Apple products may decrease sales until Microsoft (MSFT) launches Windows 10 next year. Demand for Samsung (SSNLF), Sony (SNE) , And HTC smartphones have also dropped worldwide recently. Reference Link
October 7, 2014
17:18 EDTYUMYum! Brands reverses direction in after-hours trading, up 1.1%
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16:31 EDTYUMYum! Brands reports Q3 China SSS down 14%
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16:24 EDTYUMYum! Brands down 1% following Q3 results
16:23 EDTYUMYum! Brands expects to develop at least 700 new restaurants in China this year
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16:22 EDTYUMYum! Brands lowers FY14 EPS growth ex-items to 6%-10%
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16:19 EDTYUMYum! Brands provides China update
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16:15 EDTYUMYum! Brands reports Q3 EPS ex-items 87c, consensus 89c
Reports Q3 revenue $3.35B, consensus $3.48B. Worldwide system sales grew 1%. Worldwide restaurant margin decreased 2.7 percentage points to 14.9%, and worldwide operating profit decreased 12%.
16:00 EDTAMZNOptions Update; October 7, 2014
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up 2.16 to 32.24 Option volume leaders: AAPL TSLA TWTR AMZN FB VZ AA HTZ NFLX PBR according to Track Data.
15:16 EDTYUMNotable companies reporting after market close
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14:27 EDTYUMYum! Brands October weekly 70 straddle priced for 4.6% move into Q3
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13:03 EDTYUMYum! Brands technical notes ahead of results
The shares have markedly under-performed in the prior three months, trading down over 14%. A great deal of the share price loss came at the front of the interval during the tainted-meat scandal in China. After the initial drop, shares have been basing in a range of $70 at the low and $73 at the high. The base at $70 may be particularly important. If the news is worse than already low expectations, that support at the $70 area could be lost. Next support below would be at $68.20 and then at $66.16. An extreme price reaction could see the 52-week low at $64.08 tested as well or perhaps broken. Equally, an upside surprise could see the top of the range tested at $73. Given low expectations, a bit of stronger news could push the stock through that resistance level. Next upside would be at $73.84, $75.44, and then at $76.33 on an increasing band of positive surprises.
10:02 EDTUSBOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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09:36 EDTAMZNActive equity options trading on open
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08:08 EDTAMZNSplunk, AWS to integrate Hunk on Amazon Elastic MapReduce
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07:27 EDTXOMEU repreive on oil sands label a victory for Canada, WSJ says
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07:06 EDTUSBU.S. Bancorp downgraded to Market Perform from Strong Buy at Raymond James
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07:05 EDTAMZNAmazon.com expands seller holiday deals program worldwide
Amazon announced that for the first time, top deals from sellers on Amazon will be featured on holiday deal pages worldwide. The holiday deals from sellers will now appear on the Amazon Today’s Deals page, Black Friday Store, Cyber Monday Store and many other high customer traffic site features. Participating sellers will be offering thousands of deals throughout the holiday season across most product categories. The seller holiday deals program, introduced for the first time last year, is now expanding to be available worldwide on local Amazon sites in the U.S., the EU, China, Japan, India and Canada.
06:51 EDTUSBJustice Department set to attack more large banks by year end, NY Times says
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06:14 EDTAMZNEC probes transfer pricing arrangements on taxation of Amazon in Luxembourg
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to examine whether the decision by Luxembourg's tax authorities with regard to the corporate income tax to be paid by Amazon in Luxembourg comply with the EU rules on state aid. The opening of an in-depth investigation gives interested third parties and the Member States concerned an opportunity to submit comments. It does not prejudge the outcome of the investigation. The tax ruling in favor of Amazon under investigation dates back to 2003 and is still in force. It applies to Amazon's subsidiary Amazon EU Sarl, which is based in Luxembourg and records most of Amazon's European profits. Based on a methodology set by the tax ruling, Amazon EU Sarl pays a tax deductible royalty to a limited liability partnership established in Luxembourg but which is not subject to corporate taxation in Luxembourg. As a result, most European profits of Amazon are recorded in Luxembourg but are not taxed in Luxembourg. At this stage the Commission considers that the amount of this royalty, which lowers the taxable profits of Amazon EU Sarl each year, might not be in line with market conditions. The Commission has concerns that the ruling could underestimate the taxable profits of Amazon EU Sarl, and thereby grant an economic advantage to Amazon by allowing the group to pay less tax than other companies whose profits are allocated in line with market terms. The Commission will now continue investigating to determine whether its concerns are confirmed. Luxembourg did not fully comply with the Commission's request for information as part of its information gathering exercise in relation to tax ruling practices in some Member States but only provided a limited sample. In June the Commission therefore initiated infringement proceedings against Luxembourg by issuing letters of formal notice. Although the Luxembourgish authorities have still not fully complied with the Commission's information request, in August Luxembourg did provide information on a number of cases requested by the Commission, including Amazon. Reference Link
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