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News For IBM;ADBE;BBY;WMT;AMZN;TGT;SHLD;NILE;JCP From The Last 14 Days
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July 28, 2015
15:15 EDTIBMIBM says may see $250M pre-tax charge due to U.K. pension case
In a regulatory filing, IBM disclosed that proceedings to determine remedies in IBM UK's legal proceedings in London against the IBM UK Pensions Trust were held in July 2014, and in February 2015 the High Court held that for IBM to make changes to accruals under the plan would require a new consultation of the participants, but other changes, including to early retirement policy, would not require such consultation. IBM UK has appealed both the breach and remedies judgments and a decision is not expected until at least 2016. If the appeal is unsuccessful, the Court’s rulings would require IBM to reverse the changes made to the UK defined benefit plans retroactive to their effective dates. This could result in an estimated non-operating one-time pre-tax charge of approximately $250M, plus ongoing defined benefit related accruals. In addition, IBM UK is a defendant in approximately 290 individual actions brought since early 2010 by participants of the defined benefits plans who left IBM UK. These actions, which allege constructive dismissal and age discrimination, are pending before the Employment Tribunal in Southampton UK, IBM stated.
14:55 EDTWMTEarnings Watch: MasterCard reports after peers warn of currency headwinds
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12:44 EDTAMZNAmazon proposes drones-only fly zone, Guardian reports
Amazon proposed at a NASA UTM Convention at NASA Ames in California that a pristine slice of airspace above the world's cities and suburbs should be set aside for high-speed aerial drones without any human interference, the Guardian reports. The company suggested that a 200-foot parcel of air located between 200-400 feet from the ground should be segregated and reserved for high-tech drones, the report says. The proposal marks the next step in the company's goal of delivering packages via drones, the report says. Reference Link
10:15 EDTAMZNOptions with decreasing implied volatility
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09:54 EDTAMZNCLSA U.S. Internet analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
U.S. Internet Analyst James Lee hosts Toynk's E-commerce Director, Dave Madoch, to compare and contrast Amazon and eBay's cross-border trade business models and performance on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on August 3 at 11 am.
09:02 EDTAMZNAmazon.com announces Amazon Launchpad program
Amazon announced Amazon Launchpad, a new program that makes it easy for startups to launch, market, and distribute their products to hundreds of millions of Amazon customers across the globe. The program offers a streamlined onboarding experience, custom product pages, a comprehensive marketing package, and access to Amazon’s global fulfillment network, all geared toward helping startups successfully launch their innovations and share their stories.
05:15 EDTAMZNAmazon web services makes Amazon Aurora available to all customers
Amazon Web Services, or AWS, an Amazon.com company, announced that Amazon Aurora, a MySQL-compatible database engine that combines the speed and availability of high-end commercial databases with the simplicity and cost-effectiveness of open source databases, is now available to all customers. More than a thousand AWS customers, including global enterprises and startups from a range of industries, participated in the preview and saw that Amazon Aurora can provide up to five times better performance than the typical MySQL database, and availability as good or better than commercial databases – at one-tenth the cost. These customers also found Amazon Aurora has the scalability, durability, and reliability to run the most demanding enterprise and Internet-scale applications – everything from massive Internet of Things applications to mission-critical e-commerce sites.
July 27, 2015
12:30 EDTIBMIBM invests $60M over three years in African Skills Initiative
IBM announced an investment of $60M over three years to develop the next generation of technical talent in Africa. As part of the initiative, IBM is expanding the Africa Technical Academy and the company's Africa University Programme to over 20 African countries. IT professionals across the continent are set to benefit with advanced skills in analytics, cloud and big data technologies which are crucial to the next phase of Africa's economic and social development. The courses are available at no cost and are facilitated by both IBM online trainers and certified faculty in the participating universities.
10:29 EDTAMZNOptions with decreasing implied volatility
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06:05 EDTBBYBest Buy to begin selling Apple Watch in August, WSJ reports
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July 26, 2015
14:44 EDTIBM, AMZNAmazon cloud sales signal risk for traditional data storage, Barron's says
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July 24, 2015
16:30 EDTIBM, AMZNStocks end week lower as Apple headlines busy week of earnings
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16:22 EDTAMZNOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Friday
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14:04 EDTAMZNOn The Fly: Weekly technical notes on 'FANG' and divergences
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13:51 EDTAMZNAmazon.com retraces, levels to watch
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13:00 EDTAMZNAmazon.com levels to watch
Shares appear to be trying to hold the line at the $550 area as the afternoon session begins. That is still over $68 of upside, but down nearly $42 from the after-hours session high yesterday. There is a risk the move is broadly extended and blow-off top at least in the short-term. Support is at the session low at $549.67. Without any established support price retracement is likely to follow round-number and common option strikes. Next support on that basis below the low would be $545 and then at $540. Resistance similarly is at $555.
12:54 EDTAMZNOn The Fly: Top stock stories at midday
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12:33 EDTAMZNAmazon.com volatility pulls back on better than expected Q2 and outlook
Amazon.com July weekly call option implied volatility is at 33, August and September is at 27, compared to its 52-week range of 21 to 68, suggesting decreasing price risk.
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10:09 EDTAMZNAmazon shares, price targets soar following earnings beat
Shares of Amazon.com (AMZN) are surging this morning and research firms are rushing to increase their price targets on the stock after the e-commerce giant unexpectedly reported a quarterly profit and gave a better than expected revenue forecast for its new quarter. UPGRADES: Barclays analyst Paul Vogel upgraded Amazon to Overweight from Equal Weight, saying the online retailer's margins are expanding much faster than previously thought. Vogel views the company's outside the U.S. and Web Services revenue growth as both a surprise and sustainable, telling investors that the second quarter "was too good in our view to wait" for an upgrade. He raised his price target for Amazon shares to $700 from $412. B. Riley analyst Scott Tilghman also upgraded Amazon this morning, upping it to Buy from Neutral as he also believes the company's revenue upside looks sustainable. Tilghman, who believes margin upside is likely to follow, raised his price target for the stock to $646 from $428. TARGETS ABOVE $700: JPMorgan analyst Doug Anmuth raised his December 2016 price target for Amazon.com to $710 and reiterates an Overweight rating on the stock, as he believes Amazon is now benefiting from its investments in Prime, category expansion and fulfillment centers. Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak hiked his price target on Amazon.com to $740, which is the highest among firms tracked by Bloomberg at time of writing. Nowak, who entitled his note "The Everything Quarter," said the company's business is inflecting around the globe and noted that top-line growth accelerated in all four of its main retail segments for the second quarter in a row. PRICE ACTION: In early trading following its report last night, Amazon shares jumped 16% to about $561 per share.
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