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July 2, 2014
12:54 EDTKR, STEM, JPM, VITC, SFLY, CAMP, DAL, STZOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were higher at midday after ADP's hiring report gave some reassurance that tomorrow's monthly non-farm payroll report report may be a strong one. Despite ADP's employment change report soundly beating the consensus forecast, stock index futures showed little reaction, leading to a quiet open for the broader market. The averages have moved in a narrow range since the open and have done so on light volume. ECONOMIC EVENTS: Payroll provider ADP estimated that U.S. companies added 281,000 workers to their payrolls in June, which was well above the consensus 210,000 forecast. Factory orders fell 0.5% in May, versus the forecast for them to be down 0.4%. COMPANY NEWS: JPMorgan Chase (JPM) chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon announced to employees and shareholders that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer. "The good news is that the prognosis from my doctors is excellent, the cancer was caught quickly, and my condition is curable," Dimon stated, adding that he will be able to continue to be actively involved in the business and will continue to run the company as normal... Shares of beer and wine maker Constellation Brands (STZ) advanced 3% after after its quarterly results beat expectations and the company raised its FY15 earnings view. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was online healthy living products retailer Vitacost.com (VITC), which jumped 27% after grocer Kroger (KR) agreed to buy the company for $280M, or $8.00 per share. Also higher was StemCells (STEM), which rose 15% after Brinson Patrick initiated coverage of the stock with an Outperform rating and $7 price target, saying it expects the company to have robust Phase II data over the next 24 months for its neural stem cells in both chronic spinal cord injury and geographic atrophy age-related macular degeneration. Another stock trading higher was Shutterfly (SFLY), which gained 14% after Bloomberg, citing sources, said the company has hired investment bank Qatalyst Partners to help it potentially sell itself. Among the noteworthy losers was CalAmp (CAMP), which fell 11% after reporting quarterly results and second quarter guidance that missed analysts' consensus estimates. Also lower were shares of Delta Air Lines (DAL), which fell 5% after reporting its passenger revenue per available seat mile, or PRASM, rose 4.5% in June and noting that corporate and domestic strength offset lower than expected international yields driven by industry-wide capacity increases and lower business demand to Latin America due to the World Cup. After Delta's report, Cowen suggested using the associated weakness in airline stocks as a buying opportunity. INDEXES: Near midday, the Dow was up 14.66, or 0.09%, to 16,970.73, the Nasdaq was up 4.68, or 0.1%, to 4,463.33, and the S&P 500 was up 0.91, or 0.05%, to 1,974.23.
News For JPM;STZ;SFLY;STEM;DAL;VITC;KR;CAMP From The Last 14 Days
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February 3, 2016
16:12 EDTSFLYShutterfly sees FY16 GAAP EPS 19c-58c, consensus may not compare 49c
16:12 EDTSFLYShutterfly drops after earnings
In the extended session the stock is down to $37.99, off by more than 4.1% against the close. Support is at $35.22, the 52-week low. Resistance is at $39.20.
16:11 EDTSFLYShutterfly sees FY16 net revenues $1.12B-$1.16B, consensus $1.19B
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16:10 EDTSFLYShutterfly sees Q1 GAAP EPS (92c)-($1.01), may not compare to consensus ($1.20)
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16:06 EDTSFLYShutterfly reports Q4 EPS $3.45, consensus $3.56
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February 2, 2016
18:39 EDTJPMAlibaba leads $794M funding round for augmented reality firm Magic Leap
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13:00 EDTDALDelta says software outage led to two dozen flight delays, CNBC reports
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12:17 EDTSFLYShutterfly volatility elevated into Q4 and outlook
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10:01 EDTSFLYHigh option volume stocks: DF ROK MCHP SFLY PBI IDTI IILG
09:02 EDTDALDelta Air Lines reports January PRASM down 3%
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February 1, 2016
16:11 EDTCAMPCalAmp to acquire LoJack for $6.45 per share
CalAmp (CAMP) and LoJack (LOJN) announced that the companies have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which CalAmp will acquire all of the outstanding shares of common stock of LoJack for $6.45 per share in an all cash transaction valued at approximately $134 million. This transaction has been unanimously approved by both companies' Boards of Directors. The transaction is expected to close during CalAmp's fiscal 2017 first quarter, subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals and the tender of a number of LoJack shares that, together with other shares owned or to be acquired by CalAmp and its subsidiaries, represent at least two thirds of the total number of LoJack's outstanding shares. CalAmp will fund the acquisition with existing cash on hand.
12:48 EDTKROptions with increasing call volume
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11:45 EDTJPMJPMorgan to buy almost $1B worth of LendingClub personal loans, WSJ says
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06:41 EDTDALBrazil mulls removing foreign stake limit for airlines, Reuters reports
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06:17 EDTJPMJPMorgan testing blockchain project, FT reports
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January 31, 2016
20:43 EDTJPMOn The Fly: Top five weekend stock stories
Catch up on the weekend's top five stories with this list compiled by The Fly: 1. Coca-Cola (KO) announced a minority stake in diary and juice company Chi, with plans to take full ownership within three years. 2. Billionaire investor Nelson Peltz is considering taking an activist position in Time Warner (TWX), the New York Post reported. 3. Toyota (TM) could temporarily halt domestic production after an explosion at a key supplier curbed its supply of steel, Reuters said. 4. Investigations into Herbalife (HLF), as well as investigations into Bill Ackman himself, have fizzled and criminal charges look unlikely, the Wall Street Journal revealed. 5. Virtu Financial (VIRT) and Ctrip (CTRP) were discussed positively by Barron's this week, as well as "tech bargains" Autodesk (ADSK), Akamai (AKAM), Western Digital (WDC), SanDisk (SNDK) and Lam Research (LRCX) and attractive banking stocks Citi (C), JPMorgan (JPM), Bank of America (BAC) and Wells Fargo (WFC).
12:33 EDTJPMU.S. banks could return 20% or more, Barron's says
The banking sector looks like "one of the best bargains in the market," Barron's contends in a cover story. Names such as Citi (C), JPMorgan (JPM), Bank of America (BAC), Wells Fargo (WFC), Goldman Sachs (GS), Morgan Stanley (MS), BB&T (BBT), PNC Financial (PNC), SunTrust (STI) and U.S. Bancorp (USB) are showing healthy balance sheets and could offer "at least" 20% upside, the publication argues, adding that the industry's exposure to the energy sector "looks manageable" given information offered in recent earnings reports and conference calls. Reference Link
January 29, 2016
16:00 EDTDALOptions Update; January 29, 2016
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13:02 EDTJPMBarclays names Venkatakrishnan chief risk officer
Barclays (BCS) has named C.S. Venkatakrishnan as Chief Risk Officer. Venkatakrishnan joins Barclays from JP Morgan Chase (JPM) where he has been the Head of Model Risk and Development since 2012 and Head of Operational Risk since September 2013. He will join the Executive Committee of Barclays and report directly to the group CEO Jes Staley. Once Mr Venkatakrishnan assumes his new role, current Chief Risk Officer Robert Le Blanc will become Vice Chair of Risk and Strategy, reporting to Staley. Reference Link
06:26 EDTDALAmerican Airlines stock price too low, WSJ says
The sharp drop in oil prices has come to the benefit of the four major U.S. airline carriers, which account for approximately 80% of the domestic air-travel market, Steven Russolillo of the Wall Street Journal's Ahead of the Tape reports. United Continental (UAL) and Southwest Airlines (LUV) already reported record Q4 earnings, and Delta (DAL) recently reported a quarterly profit as well, the report says. American Airlines (AAL) is slated to reported Q4 results, which are expected to be upbeat, the Journal says. The stock prices of such companies, however, suggests that investors aren't experiencing the full benefits due to weakness with the industry's boom-and-bust nature, the report says. American Airlines's share price, in particular, is too low, and its stock has fallen too much relative to competitors ahead of quarterly results, the report says. Reference Link
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