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August 14, 2014
12:30 EDTRRGB, NDLS, OVTI, CSCO, AAP, WMTOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street began the session in positive territory and have remained there throughout the morning. The averages have edged higher despite worse than expected U.S. jobless claims data, weak economic growth in Germany, and a lowered outlook from retail giant Wal-Mart (WMT). Each of the major indexes is drifting on light volume and the Dow, Nasdaq and S&P 500 are all higher by roughly 0.25%. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., initial jobless claims rose to 311K in the second week of August, versus expectations for 295K claims. Import prices fell 0.2%, while export prices were flat in July. In Europe, growth in the shared currency zone stagnated, with Q2 GDP slipping to unchanged, while the biggest economy in the region, Germany, saw its GDP contract 0.2% in the quarter. COMPANY NEWS: Wal-Mart reported second quarter results that were in-line with expectations, but the world's largest retailer cut its fiscal year earnings outlook citing additional investments in e-commerce and higher U.S. health-care costs than previously anticipated. Despite the lowered guidance, the Dow member's shares were virtually unchanged near noon... Another member of the Dow, Cisco Systems (CSCO), was the the blue-chip average's laggard, falling nearly 3% after saying it does not expect emerging markets growth for "several quarters" and that it expects to cut 6,000 jobs, or 8% of its workforce. The move lower comes despite its report of higher than expected sales and profits for its fiscal fourth quarter and multiple Street research firms raising their price targets for Cisco's stock. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was OmniVision (OVTI), which rose 13% to trade near $28 per share after announcing its board has received a preliminary non-binding proposal from Hua Capital Management to acquire all of the outstanding shares of common stock of the company for $29.00 per share in cash. Also higher was Advance Auto Parts (AAP), which rose about 6% after the company reported higher than expected second quarter earnings and raised its fiscal year comparable cash EPS view. Among the noteworthy losers were casual dining companies Red Robin Gourmet Burgers (RRGB), which dropped 21%, and Noodles & Company (NDLS), which fell 20%, after both reported lower than anticipated second quarter results. INDEXES: Near midday, the Dow was up 38.74, or 0.23%, to 16,690.54, the Nasdaq was up 10.26, or 0.23%, to 4,444.39, and the S&P 500 was up 5.24, or 0.27%, to 1,951.96.
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16:28 EDTWMTOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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16:05 EDTNDLSNoodles & Company sees 2015 adjusted EPS growth 20%
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16:04 EDTNDLSNoodles & Company reports Q4 adjusted EPS 13c, consensus 14c
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12:45 EDTWMTOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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10:57 EDTWMTWal-Mart initiatives should help competitive position, says RW Baird
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09:35 EDTWMTOption volume leaders
Option volume leaders: AAPL TSLA TWTR MCD WMT PBR SPWR WFM GILD FB SCTY according to Track Data.
09:28 EDTWMTWal-Mart says near 70% of U.S. holiday e-commerce traffic from mobile
On its Q4 earnings call, Wal-Mart management said nearly 70% of walmart.com traffic in the U.S. came via mobile during the recent holiday period.
09:27 EDTWMTWal-Mart says U.S. store traffic positive for first time in 9 quarters in Q4
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08:47 EDTWMTWal-Mart down 1.2% to $85.25 after Q4 earnings beat, FY16 guidance miss
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08:42 EDTWMTWal-Mart sees Q1 Wal-Mart U.S. SSS up 1%-2%
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08:41 EDTWMTWal-Mart says hourly associates to earn at least $10 per hour by Feb. 2016
Doug McMillon, Wal-Mart Stores CEO, announced a new initiative on pay and training for U.S. associates. Approximately 500,000 full-time and part-time associates at Walmart U.S. stores and Sam's Clubs will receive pay raises in the first half of the current fiscal year. Current and future associates will benefit from this initiative, which ensures that Walmart hourly associates earn at least $1.75 above today's federal minimum wage, or $9.00 per hour, in April. The following year, by Feb. 1, 2016, current associates will earn at least $10.00 per hour. As part of today's announcement, Walmart and the Walmart Foundation also committed $100M over five years to help increase the economic mobility for entry level workers by advancing their careers. This initiative will benefit the retail and service industries. The Walmart Foundation will work with other foundations, employers, community colleges and non-profit organizations to address a fundamental challenge in America -- how to better train and advance workers in the retail and adjacent sectors. Today, more than 15 million people, including 7 million women, work in retail.
08:38 EDTWMTWal-Mart sees FY16 operating income pressured by investments
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08:38 EDTWMTWal-Mart lowers FY16 sales growth view to 1%-2% from 2%-4%
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08:36 EDTWMTWal-Mart raises annual dividend 2% to $1.96 per share
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08:34 EDTWMTWal-Mart sees Q1 EPS 95c-$1.10, consensus $1.14
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08:34 EDTWMTWal-Mart sees FY16 EPS $4.70-$5.05, consensus $5.19
08:33 EDTWMTWal-Mart reports Q4 underlying EPS $1.61, consensus $1.54
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06:18 EDTNDLSNoodles & Company February volatility elevated into Q4 and outlook
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05:10 EDTWMTWal-Mart February volatility increases into Q4 and outlook
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