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November 12, 2015
06:37 EDTAAPLCiti says PayPal thesis unchanged with possible Apple P2P launch
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05:51 EDTAAPLApple P2P offering to have limited impact, says Piper Jaffray
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November 11, 2015
18:45 EDTGOOGGoogle may face competitive hurdles in China, WSJ says
Google (GOOG) could face intense competition in China even as it looks to secure government approval to launch its Google Play mobile app store in the country, reports the Wall Street Journal. After pulling its services from China roughly five years ago over censorship issues, local rivals Baidu (BIDU), Xiaomi, and others have gained significant footholds. Sources in the Chinese internet industry told the Journal it "shouldn't be too difficult" for Google to obtain regulatory approval for Play, and the app store may in fact be Google's best chance of penetrating the region, given the high fragmentation and security issues of local offerings. Reference Link
16:26 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Wednesday
Stocks on Wall Street finished the day lower following a range-bound session marked by lighter than normal volume due to the Veteran's Day holiday. The lower participation allowed the market to digest the latest round of earnings with the reporting season beginning to wind down. Oil remained under pressure and closed near three week lows, as production has not really declined despite lower pricing. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the economic calendar was quiet with no major data reported. U.S. bond markets were closed in observance of Veteran's Day. In China, industrial output rose 5.6% in October, matching March's reading as the weakest since 2008. Retail sales climbed 11% last month, beating expectations. COMPANY NEWS: Shares of Alibaba Group (BABA) trading in New York fell $1.62, or 1.98%, to $79.81 despite its report of blockbuster sales for the 11.11 shopping festival, better known as "Singles' Day." By the end of Wednesday in China, gross merchandise volume on Alibaba's platforms hit $14.3B, far exceeding last year's 24-hour total of $9.3B and topping the company's $11B forecast... Macy's (M) shares fell 14% to $40.41 after the department store operator cut its fiscal year sales and profit forecasts and said it would not follow an activist investor's suggestion to form a real estate investment trust. A number of its peers fell as well, including J.C. Penney (JCP), which dipped 1.9% despite previewing that its own quarterly results should be better than its prior expectations. Penney, which pre-announced stronger than expected same-store sales growth of 6.4% for Q3, is set to report full quarterly results on Friday morning... Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) and SABMiller (SBMRY) came to terms on a deal to combine the companies in a transaction worth $107B. In relation to their deal, Molson Coors (TAP) agreed to purchase SABMiller's 58% stake in MillerCoors, the joint venture formed in the United States in 2008, in a deal valued at $12B. Molson Coors was the biggest winner following today's announcements, rising 4.4% to $92.19. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Atmel (ATML), which rose 33c, or 4.39%, to $7.85 after Dialog Semiconductor (DLGNF) issued a statement saying it continues to "strongly" support its agreement to acquire the company. Also higher was Amazon (AMZN), which gained $14.18, or 2.15%, to $673.86 after research firm Morgan Stanley raised its price target on the name to $800 from $750 on the growing opportunity of Amazon Web Services. Separately, Wayfair (W) rallied 5.4% to $41.57 after Cowen analysts raised their target on the shares to $61 from $56 and reiterated an Outperform rating, calling Tuesday's selloff misguided. Among the noteworthy losers were Horizon Pharma (HZNP) and Insys (INSY), which declined a respective 19.6% and 8.7% after Express Scripts (ESRX) cut ties with Linden Care, a specialty pharmacy used by both companies. Also lower was PayPal (PYPL), which fell 67c, or 1.81%, to $36.33 shortly before the close after the Wall Street Journal reported that Apple (AAPL) is working on a mobile payments service that could compete with the firm's Venmo platform. Additionally, Intercept (ICPT) lost $24.02, or 11.66%, to $181.95 after FBR Capital cut its price target on the stock to $192 from $273, saying the market opportunity for Intercept's obeticholic acid liver disease candidate appears smaller than initially thought. INDEXES: The Dow dropped 55.99, or 0.32%, to 17,702.22, the Nasdaq slid 16.22, or 0.32%, to 5,067.02, and the S&P 500 declined 6.72, or 0.32%, to 2,075.00.
16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; November 11, 2015
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15:38 EDTAAPLApple at work on potential rival to PayPal Venmo payment service, WSJ reports
Apple (AAPL) is in talks with U.S. banks to create a mobile person-to-person payment service, reported The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. Apple's service, which would likely be linked to the company's Apple Pay system and could get off the ground next year, would compete with PayPal's (PYPL) Venmo platform, the Journal said. Paypal shares fell 2.5% in afternoon trading following the report. Reference Link
15:33 EDTAAPLPayPal dips after report of Apple woking on payment service
Shares Paypal (PYPL) are down 1.7% following a Dow Jones report that says Apple (AAPL) is working on a mobile person-to-person payment service that could challenge Paypal's Venmo.
15:31 EDTAAPLApple in talks with banks on mobile person-to-person payment sevice, DJ says
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14:51 EDTAAPLApple CEO Cook vows to stay in Ireland regardless of tax verdict, RTE says
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14:31 EDTGOOGAlphabet Inc volatility near historic low as shares trend to record high
Alphabet Inc (GOOG) November weekly call option implied volatility is at 18, November and December is at 19; compared to its 52-week range of 17 to 42, suggesting decreasing price risk as shares trend to record high.
09:38 EDTAAPLApple slides lower, levels to watch
The stock was last at $116, down fractionally on the day so far but suggesting a test at $115 is possible. That level has been important support in the past. Below it, support the next key level is at the $105 area. There is still a potential bearish head and shoulders pattern on the long-term chart that would trigger below that point. Resistance is at yesterday's closing price at $116.77.
09:38 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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08:25 EDTGOOGFederal claims dismissal in Google browser tracking suit upheld, Reuters reports
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06:34 EDTAAPLApple acquired 15 firms in past year, 6 unknown, AppleInsider reports
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06:27 EDTAAPLApple to hire an additional 1,000 staff in Ireland, Reuters reports
Apple is set to add 1,000 jobs in Ireland, Reuters reports, citing comments made by Irish jobs minister Richard Burton. The jobs are expected to be added at Apple's base in Cork. Reference Link
06:21 EDTAAPLApple Music available for Android, BuzzFeed News reports
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06:19 EDTGOOGAppNexus talks to Goldman, other banks about IPO plans, Business Insider reports
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November 10, 2015
16:19 EDTAAPLOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Tuesday
Stocks on Wall Street were mixed, with the Dow and S&P notching slight gains and the Nasdaq being weighed on by a slide in Apple (AAPL). ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., import prices fell 0.5% in October and export prices slipped 0.2%. Wholesale sales rose 0.5% in September, with inventories rising 0.5% in the month as well. In China, the consumer inflation rate fell to an annual 1.3% in October, which was down from 1.6% the month before and below the 1.5% consensus forecast. COMPANY NEWS: Shares of Apple, as well as those of a number of its chip suppliers, slid following a bearish note by Credit Suisse, whose checks pointed to reduced iPhone component orders heading into 2016. Credit Suisse analyst John Pitzer and his team cut their forecast for iPhone production in next calendar year in the face of apparently reduced supplier orders from Apple for the iPhone 6s, sending shares of the tech giant down 3.15% to $116.77 and weighing on chip makers including Avago (AVGO), Broadcom (BRCM), Skyworks (SWKS) and Qorvo (QRVO)... During the company's investor meeting, McDonald's (MCD) raised its global refranchising target to 4,000 restaurants through 2018 with a new long-term goal to become 95% franchised, announced plans to increase its dividend by 5% to 89c per share and said that after "robust" debate it had decided to not pursue a REIT spin-off transaction for its real estate holdings. The fast food giant finished the day up 0.3% at $113.29 per share following the meeting. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Mallinckrodt (MNK), which rallied $4.55, or 7.84%, to $62.56 after a CNBC appearance by Citron Research's Andrew Left, during which the stock began rebounding. Left's Citron had knocked the stock down sharply yesterday by tweeting that the shares had more downside than Valeant (VRX) amid the pricing debate that has impacted both and others in the specialty drug space. Also higher was Tower International (TOWR), which gained 9% to $29.77 after announcing plans to explore a sale of its European operations. Separately, Rackspace (RAX) advanced $3.24, or 11.96%, to $30.33 after reporting better than expected third quarter results. Among the noteworthy losers was Flotek (FTK), which dropped $5.56, or 38.08%, to $9.04 after it responded to a cautious report by saying an analysis of its FracMax database suggested certain production data was misinterpreted. Also lower was Wayfair (W), which lost 14% to $39.42 after reporting better than expected earnings while also being mentioned by investor Whitney Tilson as his largest short position. Later in the day, Citron's Left called the company's business model "stupid" in a CNBC interview. Additionally, Barrett Business (BBSI) fell 27% to $38.47 after disclosing that its auditor had requested an independent investigation regarding certain expense reserves. INDEXES: The Dow rose 27.73, or 0.16%, to 17,758.21, the Nasdaq lost 12.06, or 0.24%, to 5,083.24, and the S&P 500 advanced 3.14, or 0.15%, to 2,081.72.
16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; November 10, 2015
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15:59 EDTGOOGGoogle considering producing Android phone, The Information says
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