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January 29, 2014
12:40 EDTMKC, GOOG, T, EA, YHOO, BA, AOL, VRNG, DOWOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were lower at midday ahead of the last FOMC policy decision announcement of Ben Bernanke's tenure. Stocks began the session deep in negative territory thanks in part to foreign currency pressures in a number of emerging markets, including Turkey, Argentina and South Africa. There was also weakness in Dow components Boeing (BA) and AT&T (T) following their earnings reports. The market had recouped a fair part of its losses by noon as investors await the Fed's decision and the associated comments following its two day rate-setting meeting that concludes today. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the FOMC statement is scheduled to be released at 2:00 pm ET. In emerging markets, South Africa's central bank decided to increase interest rates for the first time in almost six years and the rand tumbled sharply after the country’s bid to halt the decline in the currency appeared to have backfired within minutes of the announcement. The reaction sparked a renewed sell-off in emerging market currencies, including the Turkish lira, which gave up all the gains it had registered after Turkey's central bank took aggressive action overnight to tighten its monetary policy. COMPANY NEWS: Dow member Boeing reported better than expected fourth quarter results, but the commercial airplane maker is the worst loser on the blue-chip index after it also issued guidance for fiscal 2014 that fell significantly short of expectations. Boeing guided to FY14 core EPS and revenue that were both well below consensus expectations. The company said it expects to make commercial deliveries of 715 to 725 planes in 2014 and expects operating cash flow of about $6.25B in 2014. Analysts at Wells Fargo said Boeing's cash flow outlook in particular could pressure shares, as it could imply no major ramp-up in share repurchases, and the stock was down over 6% near midday... Fellow Dow component AT&T was the second worst performer among its peers following its own quarterly report, issued last night after the close. Like Boeing, the telecom company reported results that beat expectations for the just-completed quarter, but the phone carrier's stock slid nearly 2% after it said it expects adjusted earnings per share to grow in the mid-single digits in the coming year, with revenue expected to be up only 2%-3%. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Dow Chemical (DOW), which rose over 3.5% after reporting fourth quarter profits and revenue that both exceeded analysts' consensus estimate and increasing its quarterly dividend and its share repurchase program. Also higher was video game maker Electronic Arts (EA), which advanced more than 3% after raising its fiscal year earnings outlook and being upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BofA Merrill Lynch. Shares of Vringo (VRNG) rose almost 30% after the company received a 6.5% royalty rate from a judge in its suit against Google (GOOG) and AOL (AOL). Among the noteworthy losers was Yahoo (YHOO), which fell more than 7% after issuing a first quarter outlook that disappointed and being downgraded to Hold from Buy at Gabelli. Also lower after issuing a lower than expected outlook was spice maker McCormick (MKC), which slid almost 7%. INDEXES: Near midday, the Dow was down 150.05, or 0.94%, to 15,778.51, the Nasdaq was down 27.28, or 0.67%, to 4,070.68, and the S&P 500 was down 12.36, or 0.69%, to 1,780.14.
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12:36 EDTEA, AOLOptions with increasing implied volatility
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12:15 EDTYHOOYahoo volatility at low end historic range
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10:20 EDTBABoeing Q1 deliveries top rival Airbus, Reuters reports
Boeing (BA) last week reported 184 first quarter deliveries, up from 161 a year ago in the same period, while rival Airbus (EADSY) reported that its Q1 deliveries slipped to 134 planes from 141 in the same period of last year, reported Reuters. Airbus also trailed Boeing with net orders for 101 aircraft in Q1, compared to 110 for Boeing, Reuters added. Reference Link
09:03 EDTEAEA, Illumination Entertainment, Universal Partnerships announce collaboration
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07:34 EDTTMobileIron announces availability of AT&T Work Platform
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07:03 EDTGOOGCyrusOne announces direct connectivity to Google Cloud Platform
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06:46 EDTGOOGApple Pay, Google Wallet could see competition from CurrentC, Macworld says
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06:25 EDTGOOGGroups urge authorities to probe YouTube app, Reuters says
Advocacy groups say they will urge federal regulators to probe a video app for Google's YouTube, according to Reuters. Aimed at children, the app deceptively blends video programming and ads, the news service quoted the groups as saying. Reference Link
06:21 EDTGOOGGoogle Ventures leading $12M investment in CoreOS, Business Insider reports
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06:00 EDTGOOGTurkey restores access to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, FT reports
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April 6, 2015
19:42 EDTGOOG, YHOOSurvey of iPhone, iPad users indicates preference for Google search, BI says
48% of Apple (AAPL) iPhone and iPad users report that if Yahoo (YHOO) were to acquire default search engine rights for Apple's Safari browser, they would manually switch the default search back to Google (GOOG), reports Business Insider, citing a survey of roughly 500 Apple users by Goldman Sachs tech analysts. 4% of the surveyed users stated they would intentionally keep Yahoo as the default. Reference Link
09:56 EDTGOOGGoogle in talks with Hutchison for cheaper overseas calls, Telegraph reports
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09:36 EDTGOOGActive equity options trading on open
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06:45 EDTTQualcomm downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at FBR Capital
FBR Capital downgraded Qualcomm (QCOM) to Market Perform, removed the stock from its Top Picks list and dropped its price target for shares to $72 from $80. FBR said the moves were prompted by a posting on AT&T's (T) website which said the carrier’s version of the GS6 smarphone is powered by the Samsung Exynos 7420 processor with a Shannon 333 modem as opposed to Qualcomm's Snapdragon platform. FBR still expects the Verizon (VZ) and Sprint (S) GS6 versions to sport Qualcomm modems, but it believes the change at AT&T signals Samsung’s "clear intent to utilize proprietary baseband whenever and wherever possible." Shares of chip maker Qualcomm closed Thursday down $1.46 to $67.97.
06:32 EDTGOOGGoogle Ventures-backed Buttercoin to shut down
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05:54 EDTGOOGYouTube planning advertising campaign aimed at Canada, Globe and Mail says
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April 5, 2015
16:56 EDTGOOGEU considers major probe into Internet platforms, WSJ says
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14:32 EDTGOOGAntitrust suit against Google over Android app limits dropped, Reuters says
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14:17 EDTBABoeing reports 184 commercial deliveries in Q1, including 30 787s
08:43 EDTDOW, TAT&T, Philip Morris, eight others have reliable yields up to 5.7%, Barron's says
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