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October 2, 2015
10:03 EDTTGTTarget to begin selling Apple Watch at stores this week
Target (TGT) announced that the Apple (AAPL) Watch is coming to Target stores this week and all stores by October 25. At, Apple Watch will be available beginning Oct. 18. Reference Link
09:36 EDTFBActive equity options trading on open
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08:21 EDTWMT, TGTAmazon to be number two player in U.S. consumables by 2018, says Cowen
John Blackledge and the research team at Cowen project that (AMZN) will grow to be the number two player in the $425B market for U.S. consumables - which they define as personal care, household, pet and baby products - by 2018. The firm expects Amazon to use its multi-platform approach, centered around Prime, to help the e-commerce giant gain share in consumables at the expense of Wal-Mart (WMT), Target (TGT), Walgreens (WBA) and CVS Health (CVS). Cowen has Outperform ratings on Amazon and Target and a Market Perform rating on shares of Wal-Mart.
07:47 EDTFBDeutsche Bank remains 'firmly' in the Twitter bull camp
Deutsche Bank analyst Ross Sandler says he remains "firmly in the bull camp" on Twitter (TWTR). A host of positive news is forthcoming, including the October 6 launch of Moments, better than expected revenue in the Q3 earnings report, and the filing of the CEO role along with a board re-shuffle. These events should be positive for investor sentiment, Ross tells investors in a research note. His channel checks continue to suggest "solid revenue trajectory" for Twitter in most markets, including U.S. direct sales, self-serve and international. Ross believes the "sentiment pendulum" for Twitter has "swung too far to the negative." He likens the current view on Twitter to when Facebook (FB) in 2012 and Google (GOOG) in the first half of 2015 went out of favor. Ross keeps a Buy rating on the stock with a $50 price target. Twitter closed yesterday down $2.27 to $24.67.
07:18 EDTFBGoogle upgraded to Outperform from Perform at Oppenheimer
Oppenheimer analyst Jason Helfstein upgraded Google (GOOG) to Outperform citing valuation with his sum-of-the-parts analysis yielding a $700 price target. The search giant closed yesterday up $2.87 to $611.29. Google's YouTube usage is accelerating, growing at the fastest pace in over two years, Helfstein tells investors in a research note. He points out that the company's new ad products will compete directly with Facebook's (FB) app-install ads and "Custom Audiences." Concerns over ad-blocking are less an issue for Google as it controls Chrome and Android, the analyst contends. His price target of $700 represents a $30 increase.
06:51 EDTWMTWal-Mart Chile eyes shopping center chain sale, Reuters says
Wal-Mart Chile is eyeing a sale of its chain of shopping centers in an effort to focus on its larger supermarket operations in Chile, Reuters reports. The plan would involve the sale of 10 "Espacio Urbano" centers throughout the country, totaling roughly 250,000 square meets, the report says. Reference Link
06:25 EDTFBFacebook coverage assumed with an Outperform at Wedbush
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October 1, 2015
16:00 EDTFBOptions Update; October 1, 2015
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10:52 EDTAPOLand and Buildings says more changes needed to enchance New York REIT value
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10:37 EDTWMTBofA/Merrill's Top 10 US Ideas for Q4 2015
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09:51 EDTFBFacebook slips in early trading
Price has spiked lower from the open, with shares last down over 1.1% to $88.92. At that price next support is at $88.01, the prior session low. Resistance is at $90.02, the prior session high.
09:35 EDTFBActive equity options trading on open
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08:10 EDTWMTAmerican Express cards now accepted at Sam's Club
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06:16 EDTWMTWal-Mart to lay off hundreds of employees at Arkansas headquarters, Reuters says
Wal-Mart plans to cut hundreds of jobs at its headquarters in Arkansas in an effort to pare costs, Reuters reports, citing people familiar with the matter. Fewer than 500 employees are expected to have their employment terminated and an announcement could come as early as Friday, the report says. Reference Link
September 30, 2015
18:25 EDTAPOMidCap to acquire Mubadala GE Capital loan portfolio
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16:00 EDTFBOptions Update; September 30, 2015
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13:14 EDTFBFacebook unveils mobile-friendly features for Facebook profiles
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12:00 EDTTGTTarget management to meet with Jefferies
Meeting to be held in New York on October 5 hosted by Jefferies.
11:13 EDTTGTTarget announces expansion of price matching policy
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11:07 EDTFBFacebook calls active on speculation of potential entry to China
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