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January 17, 2014
16:49 EDTGM, C, GS, JNPR, WFC, JPM, MS, BACAverages finish the week mixed
Stocks on Wall Street finished the week mixed after lackluster U.S. economic data was paired with mixed results in the first full week of corporate earnings season. MACRO NEWS: U.S. retail sales rose 0.2% in December versus the same period a year earlier, slightly above consensus estimates for sales to come in flat, but lower than the increase of 0.4% in the prior month... The preliminary January reading of the University of Michigan consumer sentiment index came in a little light at 80.4, shy of expectations for an 83.5 reading... Comments by Fed President Dennis Lockhart may have also put a damper on the market, as Lockhart in a speech on Monday said he supported additional tapering by the central bank... European industrial production data was more positive, with production surging 1.8% in November, the largest increase in nearly four years. COMPANY NEWS: IT infrastructure company Juniper Networks (JNPR) rallied on Monday after activist investor Elliott Management disclosed a presentation that outlined initiatives to unlock shareholder value... A number of major U.S. banks reported quarterly results this week, with JPMorgan (JPM), Goldman Sachs (GS), Wells Fargo (WFC), and Bank of America (BAC) all reporting adjusted bottom-line results that topped estimates, while Citigroup (C) and Morgan Stanley (MS) reported weaker than expected results... General Motors (GM) made headlines with several pieces of news, as the company declared its first dividend since emerging from bankruptcy, appointed a new CFO, and said it expects its earnings before interest and tax to be "modestly improved" in 2014. The carmaker also said it expects restructuring costs this year of $1.1B, and shares of the company fell more than 3% for the week. INDEXES: The Dow gained about 0.1% to close at 16,458.56; the S&P 500 fell about 0.2% to close at 1,838.70; the Nasdaq gained about 0.5% to close at 4,197.58.
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December 5, 2014
14:06 EDTGMGeneral Motors ticks key resistance at the $34 area
The $34 level played a role as major support through the year until the breakdown in share price in September. Today the stock is ticking that level once again. Powering through this level would be bullish, while a failure at $34 would be bearish. Resistance is at $35.14. Support is at $33.24.
11:23 EDTBAC, COption volume leaders
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10:35 EDTJPMJPMorgan hits fresh 52-week high, levels to watch
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10:33 EDTGMGeneral Motors recalls 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon pickups, WSJ reports
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10:10 EDTJPMJPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon seeing no evidence of cancer after treatment, CNBC says
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09:36 EDTBAC, CActive equity options trading
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08:00 EDTGSInternational Monetary Fund to hold a conference
Challenges for Securing Growth & Shared Prosperity in Latin America is being held in Lima, Peru on December 5-6 with webcasted presentations to begin at 8 am. Webcast Link
06:27 EDTGMGM looking to sell 500K Cadillacs annually by 2020, Reuters reports
GM plans to increase global annual sales of its Cadillac brand to over 500,000 cars by 2020, Reuters quoted Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen as saying. Reference Link
December 4, 2014
07:38 EDTC, MSMorgan Stanley Citigroup gaining share in capital markets, says Wells Fargo
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07:17 EDTJNPRFBR Capital to hold a bus tour
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07:16 EDTBACConsumer Federation of America to hold a conference
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06:02 EDTBACStocks with implied volatility movement; BAC AMZN
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05:21 EDTJNPRJuniper, VMware collaborate on cloud in APAC
Juniper Networks (JNPR) and VMware (VMW) have kick-started a joint Asia Pacific, or APAC, strategy aimed at accelerating the adoption of private cloud solutions by enterprises across APAC. The announcement builds on last year's expansion of the two companies' global technology partnership to deliver joint marketing and sales activities and interoperable products to support simple integration of the VMware NSX network virtualization platform with Juniper Networks' MetaFabric architecture for virtualized data center networking in APAC. The global market for private cloud services is forecasted to grow at a compound annual rate of 22% over the period 2013-2018 according to TechNavio. Yet the implementation and management of virtual infrastructures, together with network latency, are among the leading pain-points cited by CIOs across the APAC region. The partnership between Juniper Networks and VMware represents a shared commitment to delivering simplified, flexible solutions that enable customers to more easily realize the benefits of network virtualization and SDN as their business needs evolve.
December 3, 2014
16:00 EDTCOptions Update; December 3, 2014
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures down 45c to 26.52. Option volume leaders: AAPL TSLA TWTR AMZN FB NFLX C GILD RIG ABX according to Track Data.
10:41 EDTJPMPresident Obama to speak to members of the Business Roundtable
President Obama speaks to members of the Business Roundtable, including CEO Dimon of JPMorgan, CEO Spiegel of Siemens, CEO Tillerson of Exxon Mobil and CEO Wilderotter of Frontier Communications on December 3 at 11:15 am. Webcast Link
08:47 EDTGSGoldman Sachs management to meet with Deutsche Bank
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07:20 EDTJPMThe Economist to hold a summit
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06:40 EDTMS, GSMorgan Stanley won Ping An deal at last minute, Reuters says
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06:34 EDTGSLloyds sells Irish mortgage portfolio Goldman Sachs, CarVal, Financial Times say
Lloyds Banking (LYG) sells its Irish mortgage portbolio to Goldman Sachs (GS) and CarVal, reports the Financial Times. Lloyds is withdrawing from its heavily lossmaking Irish operation, which had GBP 19.7B of net exposure at its peak in 2010. The sale, agreed over the weekend, leaves Lloyds with GBP 1B of net exposure to Irish non-performing loans. Reference Link
06:32 EDTGMTakata shows no sign of complying with U.S. deadline, NY Times says
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