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News For NDAQ;AAPL;BBRY;HD;GOOG;REGN;SNY;NVO;HEK;GMCR From The Last 14 Days
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February 9, 2016
12:25 EDTREGN, SNYRegeneron price target lowered to $443 from $607 at Piper Jaffray
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10:21 EDTGOOG, AAPLRising competition may weigh on PayPal margins, analyst says
Research firm Piper Jaffray warned that PayPal continues to face increased competition, which may weigh on its results. Meanwhile, the company announced a change in its Chief Technology Officer. PIPER STICKS WITH SELL RATING: Other leading digital payment systems are becoming more competitive with PayPal's offering, according to well-known Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. More financial and technology competitors - including Visa (V), MasrterCard (MA), Google (GOOG,GOOGL), Samsung and Apple (AAPL) - are offering "similar functionality" to PayPal, Munster believes. Moreover, Apple and and Samsung will begin accepting mobile Web payments in 2016, intruding on PayPal's core competency, and Facebook (FB) is looking to partner with multiple players in the space, Munster noted. The credit card networks are poised to launch online checkout systems, further increasing PayPal's competition, Munster warned. In the face of all this competition, PayPal's appeal to its customers is questionable, according to the analyst, who kept a $33 price target and Underweight rating on the shares. WHAT'S NOTABLE: PayPal announced that its CTO, James Barrese, would resign "to take time off." Barrese will be replaced, effective April 1, by Sri Shivananda, who led eBay's (EBAY) Global Platform and Infrastructure team, PayPal reported. Shivananda's team has worked closely with PayPal, the company noted. PRICE ACTION: In early trading, PayPal slipped about 1% to $33.30.
09:34 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading on open
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09:34 EDTGOOGChannelAdvisor says Amazon SSS grew 17.8% in January, eBay SSS up 4%
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09:25 EDTREGNOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: Wendy's (WEN), up 3.5%. ALSO HIGHER: ITC Holdings (ITC), up 1.1% after being acquired by Fortis for in a deal valued at $11.3B... Kinross Gold (KGC), up 2.9% after being upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse... Boston Scientific (BSX), up 3.1% after announcing that Medicare will cover Watchman left atrial appendage closure Device. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Regeneron (REGN), down 7.2%... Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA, FOX), down 6.7% and 2.6%, respectively... CVS Health (CVS), down 3.5%... Viacom (VIAB), down 3.2%. ALSO LOWER: Constant Contact (CTCT), down 3.3% after Bloomberg reported that Endurance International (EIGI) withdrew a $735M loan Monday that was intended to help fund its $1.1B takeover of the company... Paypal (PYPL), down 2.4% after announcing a Chief Technology Officer transition.
08:08 EDTSNYSanofi sees FY16 business EPS to be broadly stable at CER
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07:20 EDTAAPLApple Swift benchmark suite now open source
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07:08 EDTAAPLStar Alliance partners Lufthansa, Swiss sign EFB deals with Global Eagle
Global Eagle Entertainment (ENT) announced that Star Alliance partners Lufthansa Airlines (DLAKY) and Swiss International Air Lines selected GEE Navaero electronic flight bag solutions, affirming GEE's leading position in cockpit data integration and EFB mounting systems for Apple (AAPL) iPad and Microsoft (MSFT) Surface devices. Lufthansa, Europe's largest airline and a new GEE Navaero customer, will equip at least 31 new Airbus A320 aircraft with GEE's new power data interface, smart docking stations, and other interfaces for Microsoft Surface tablets that put mission-critical flight data at the fingertips of pilots and ground crews. The GEE Navaero solution meets Lufthansa's requirement for a full gigabit Ethernet data connection aboard its new aircraft. Swiss will utilize GEE Navaero EFB mounts and data integration solutions across more than 70 Airbus (EADSY) short- and long-haul aircraft as it deploys Apple iPads for mission-critical applications and transitions to a fully paperless cockpit. GEE will also provide certification, deployment and support services.
06:34 EDTAAPLPiper's Munster sees mixed reality headset replacing iPhone in 15 years
Recent acquisitions and hires by Apple (AAPL) make it clear the company is working on mixed reality, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster tells investors in a research note. As a starting point, Apple will add virtual reality to the iPhone in the next two years, which should make it easier for third parties to build headsets powered by the device, similar to Samsung's (SSNLF) Gear VR today, Munster writes. He believes Mixed Reality will be a "new computing paradigm" in 10-plus years, allowing the digital world to be "woven into the real world through wearables." The analyst expects Apple to release a mixed reality headset with a 15-plus year goal of replacing the iPhone. Munster has an Overweight rating on Apple with a $172 price target. The iPhone maker closed yesterday up 99c to $95.01.
06:33 EDTREGNRegeneron sees FY16 U.S. Eylea revenue up 20% over FY15
06:32 EDTREGNRegeneron reports U.S. Eylea revenue $746M vs. $518M last year
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06:32 EDTREGNRegeneron reports Q4 EPS $2.83, consensus $3.36
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05:55 EDTGOOG, AAPLPiper's Munster sees PayPal product differentiation being reduced
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05:28 EDTSNYSanofi reports Q4 business EPS down 5.8% to EUR 1.31
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05:18 EDTAAPLApple implied volatility of 30 at lower end of index mean range
February 8, 2016
17:00 EDTAAPLNFL shopping streaming rights for Thursday Night Football, Bloomberg says
The NFL is shopping the web streaming rights for Thursday Night Football and has held talks with Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), Yahoo (YHOO), Facebook (FB), Verizon (VZ) and AT&T (T), reports Bloomberg, citing sources. Though some of the companies rejected the high price asked by the league, Yahoo, Verizon, and AT&T are expected to bid, the sources told Bloomberg. The NFL is not pursuing a longterm relationship, and will instead use the next several years to explore various distribution models in preparation for selling a broader array of digital rights near 2021, the report said. Reference Link
16:00 EDTAAPLOptions Update; February 8, 2016
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14:28 EDTREGNNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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14:01 EDTGMCREarnings Watch: Analysts becoming more positive on Coca-Cola
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10:13 EDTGMCROptions with decreasing implied volatility
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