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April 14, 2014
16:24 EDTAKBA, EW, RTRX, GDP, TWTR, NQ, MDT, COn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were higher after U.S. retail sales for March surprised to the upside. The averages spent much of the session higher before losing altitude during the afternoon, with the Nasdaq even turning negative near 3:00 pm ET. An aggressive rally took hold in the final 30 minutes of trade, with the indexes closing just off their best levels of the day. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., retail sales climbed 1.1% in March, beating expectations for an increase of 0.8%. Retail sales excluding autos rose 0.7%, which also beat estimates. Business inventories grew 0.4% in February, versus the consensus forecast for a 0.5% gain. In Europe, industrial production across the 18 country shared currency bloc rose by 0.2% in February from the prior month and by 1.7% from the same month of the prior year. COMPANY NEWS: Citigroup (C) gained $1.99, or 4.36%, to $47.67 after its adjusted first quarter earnings easily beat the consensus forecast. CEO Michael Corbat said the company delivered strong results despite a quarter "that was difficult," which included the bank surprisingly having its capital plan rejected by the Federal Reserve and the disclosure of fraud in its Mexican unit... Twitter (TWTR) shares held up better than they have in recent sessions after its co-founders, Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams, along with CEO Richard Costolo, disclosed that they have no plans to sell any of their shares as part of the May 5 lockup expiration... Edwards Lifesciences (EW) gained $8.03, or 11.0%, to $81.00 after being granted a preliminary injunction limiting the sale of Medtronic's (MDT) CoreValve system in the U.S. due to patent infringement. The ruling triggered upgrades of Edwards' shares from at least two analyst firms. Medtronic, which received at least one downgrade following the news, slipped $1.12, or 1.89%, to $58.08. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Goodrich Petroleum (GDP), which surged $5.56, or 30.22%, to $23.96 after the company reported strong results for a well it drilled in Louisiana. Also higher was Akebia (AKBA), which rose $4.28, or 25.39%, to $21.14 after no fewer than four analyst firms initiated coverage on the shares with a Buy or equivalent rating. Among the noteworthy losers was NQ Mobile (NQ), which fell another $1.65, or 12.99%, to $11.05, adding to the 20% decline it suffered Friday after the company disclosed accounting errors along with its mixed earnings report. Short-seller Muddy Waters, which revealed a public short position on NQ in October, released a report today saying NQ's disappointing quarter was driven by heightened auditor scrutiny. Also lower Retrophin (RTRX), which dropped $2.35, or 15.3%, to $13.01 despite raising its fiscal 2014 revenue view after announcing that the FDA is unwilling to grant expedited access for children to the company's RE-024 treatment. INDEXES: The Dow was up 146.49, or 0.91%, to 16,173.24, the Nasdaq was up 22.96, or 0.57%, to 4,022.69, and the S&P 500 was up 14.92, or 0.82%, to 1,830.61.
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August 19, 2015
10:06 EDTCCiti reports July credit loss 2.33% vs. 2.49% last month
Reports July delinquencies 1.46% vs. 1.42% last month.
09:33 EDTTWTRActive equity options trading on open
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06:24 EDTCCiti to give back additional $4.5M in fee overcharges, Reuters reports
Citigroup subsidiary Citigroup Global Markets has reached an agreement with the New York attorney general to return $4.5M in account management fees charged on roughly 15,000 frozen accounts, Reuters reports. As a result of the deal, more than $20M will be refunded to Citi customers for overcharges in a probe started by New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman, the report says. Reference Link
August 18, 2015
08:06 EDTCCiti sells alternative investor services unit to SS&C
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08:02 EDTCSS&C acquires Citi's alternative investor services business
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07:56 EDTCCiti reports July credit loss 2.33% vs. 2.49% last month
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August 17, 2015
14:24 EDTCCiti reports July credit loss 2.33% vs. 2.49% last month
Reports July delinquencies 1.46% vs. 1.42% last month.
12:41 EDTTWTRTop universities sell off Twitter shares, Bloomberg reports
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12:16 EDTTWTRStocks with call strike movement; RIG TWTR
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12:11 EDTTWTRTwitter's MoPub says native ad use up 8x, TechCrunch reports
Twitter-owned mobile ad exchange MoPub said that the number of apps in its marketplace that use native ads has increased by eight times between June 2014 and June 2015, TechCrunch reports. eCPMS, the amount that advertisers pay for each thousand impressions, are up 73%, and overall spending on native ads increased 387%, the report says. Reference Link
10:39 EDTCCitigroup affiliates to pay $180M in SEC settlement
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09:38 EDTTWTRActive equity options trading on open
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07:46 EDTGDPEnerCom to hold a conference
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06:56 EDTCDOJ probes Citi dealings with Carlos Hank Rhon companies, Bloomberg says
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August 14, 2015
16:00 EDTTWTROptions Update; August 14, 2015
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures down 4c to 16 Option volume leaders: AAPL FB BAC MU NFLX TWTR HUN TSLA BABA MSFT RAD CSCO JCP AMZN SUNE
12:37 EDTTWTROn The Fly: Top stock stories at midday
Stocks began the session with modest losses, despite a stabilization in the Chinese yuan overnight. Relatively in line data on producer prices and industrial production did not hurt the situation, but there was also the lack of a catalyst. As a result, the market has drifted throughout the morning session moving up as much as 0.4% before paring its gains. The market is now struggling to hold onto its meager gains. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., both industrial production and PPI beat estimates, with industrial production increasing 0.6% and PPI increasing 0.2%. Consumer sentiment for August fell to 92.9 in the preliminary report from the University of Michigan survey, after slipping to 93.1 in July from 96.1 in June. Meanwhile, Euro-area GDP rose 0.3% last quarter. Germany's economy grew 0.4%, Italy's 0.2%, while France stagnated. The Baker Hughes North American rig count report is out at 1 p.m. ET. COMPANY NEWS: General Electric (GE) announced an agreement to sell GE Capital Bank's U.S. online deposit platform along with all deposits of GE Capital Bank, including online savings accounts, online CDs and brokered CDs, to Goldman Sachs Bank USA (GS). Under this agreement approximately $16B of deposits will be transferred to GS Bank. Separately, Goldman Sachs is selling its Colombia coal mining division to privately held Murray Energy. General Motors (GM) is boosting production of its larger SUVs and trucks, according to Reuters. The automaker could make as many as 60,000 additional vehicles for the 2016 model year to capitalize on rising demand. Meanwhile, GM is recalling 73,424 small cars because improper wiring could prevent the roof-mounted driver's side air bag from deploying after a crash, the Associated Press reported. SunTrust analyst Robert Peck said he believes Twitter (TWTR) could announce a permanent CEO as early as next week. Peck continues to think Twitter is likely to unveil a "Triumvirate of leadership" with Jack Dorsey as CEO, Adam Bain as COO and Evan Williams with more board influence, possibly Chairman. Tesla's (TSLA) secondary offering of 2.7 million common shares was priced at $242 each, according to an SEC filing. That represents an increase from the 2.1 million shares Tesla had previously announced for the offering. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers following their earnings reports were department store retailers Nordstrom (JWN) and J.C. Penney (JCP), which gained 5.35% and 5.95%, respectively. Also higher was WuXi PharmaTech (WX), up 5.45%, which reported earnings and entered into an agreement to be acquired by a management buyout group for around $3.3B. Cyberark Software (CYBR) also gained 1.8% after being upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Wells Fargo. Among the noteworthy losers was El Pollo Loco (LOCO), which dropped 18% after its Q2 revenue fell short of analysts' estimates. Also lower were shares of King Digital (KING), which declined nearly 12% after reporting quarterly earnings and forecasting gross bookings for the third quarter $460M-$485M, citing "recent trends." The company said fourth quarter gross bookings would be "fairly consistent sequentially." JPMorgan downgraded King Digital this morning to Neutral from Overweight citing an elevated risk profile following the results. INDEXES: Near midday, the Dow was up 42.43, or 0.24%, to 17,450.68, the Nasdaq was fractionally lower by 2.96, or 0.06%, to 5,030.59, and the S&P 500 was up 3.46, or 0.17%, to 2,086.89.
11:12 EDTTWTRStocks with call strike movement; WMB TWTR
Williams (WMB) November 57.50 call option implied volatility decreased 1% to 46, Twitter (TWTR) January 32 call option implied volatility increased 1% to 51 according to IVolatility.
10:13 EDTTWTRAnalyst says Twitter CEO decision could come next week
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09:37 EDTTWTRActive equity options trading on open
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09:36 EDTTWTRTwitter may name permanent CEO next week, says SunTrust
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