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Блог компании DayTraderClub | Америка сегодня. Запасы нефти и газа.

Запасы нефти и газа на складах увеличиваются уже несколько недель. В этом месяце аналитики ожидают значительное снижение темпов прироста в запасах нефти, практически к нулю:
Америка сегодня. Запасы нефти и газа.


В запасах газа темпы прироста ожидаются прежние, с небольшим увеличением до 420.1 тыс. баррелей:
Америка сегодня. Запасы нефти и газа.


Пятилетняя картина показывает, что оба показателя находятся на своих максимальных значениях. В связи с этим ожидается смена тенденций ближайшие несколько недель и перевод хранилищ в режим распределения накопленных запасов основных энергоносителей:
Америка сегодня. Запасы нефти и газа.
Америка сегодня. Запасы нефти и газа.

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Америка сегодня. Запасы нефти и газа.
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Asian MarketsNikkei...19,007.60...+96.80...+0.50%.  Hang Seng...23,490.97...+159.40...+0.70%.
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  European MarketsFTSE...7,178.19...-8.00...-0.10%.  DAX...11,566.10...+16.70...+0.10%.
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  Cheniere Energy Partners initiated with a Outperform at Wells Fargo  (30.15)
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  UPS upgraded to Buy from Hold at Aegis Capital  (105.69)
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  Mosaic downgraded to Outperform from Buy at CLSA  (32.23)
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  NETGEAR downgraded to Mkt Perform from Outperform at Raymond James  (57.35)
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  Volvo shares down 1% overseas following Q4 results  (13.35)
  • Co reported Q4 EPS of SEK 2.37 vs SEK 1.27 last year; revs +3% YoY to SEK 82.559 bln.
  • «In total, we delivered 50,489 trucks in the fourth quarter, which is 10% less than the preceding year. However, sales in our service business picked up and grew by 2% in local currencies. Profitability in Trucks improved and the adjusted operating margin was 8.7% (7.9).»
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  LendingTree initiated with a Outperform at Oppenheimer; tgt $129  (113.50)
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  Bankrate initiated with a Outperform at Oppenheimer; tgt $14  (10.60)
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  Thor Industries upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Robert W. Baird  (104.51)
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  USA Truck upgraded to Mkt Perform from Mkt Underperform at Avondale  (6.95)
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  Spirit Airlines target raised to $59 at Cowen — Positive RASM is nice to hear but pilot contract remains an overhang  (54.05)Cowen raises their SAVE tgt to $59 from $58. Management expects unit revenue to turn positive in 2Q17 and remain positive through the remainder of the year. Spirit's pilot contract remains open and negotiations continue to be slow going. The negotiations could drag on throughout 2017 and will continue to remain an overhang.
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  Loxo Oncology initiated with a Buy at Jefferies; tgt $50  (39.68)
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  Myriad Genetics upgraded to Neutral from Sell at Ladenburg Thalmann  (15.40)
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  Overnight Summary — World markets play tug of war overnight following mixed bag of foreign earnings

The global equity markets are trading slightly higher this morning. S&P Futures have skirted the flat-line for majority of the night.

  • Although the PBOC continued to remain on the sidelines with regard to adding liquidity to the markets, the Shanghai managed to gain 0.4% on Wednesday. Traders may have felt some relief from a research note suggesting that the Central Bank's lack of conduction its open market operations should not be interpreted as an implied increase in the benchmark interest rates.
  • In Japan, the Nikkei rose 0.5% with the yen retreating from the strength seen during the prior trading session. The index was held back by weakness in the Energy sector, which saw names such as JX Holdings and Inpex falling over 1%.
  • Across the pond, the major bourses are generally higher, albeit not by much. Several of Europe's heavyweights released earnings this morning, lending way to a wide range of take-aways. While Rio Tinto, Vinci and Vestas are all trading in the neighborhood of up 3% after reporting their respective updates, names like AP Moeller Maersk (-6%) and ABB (-2%) are keeping gains across the EU indices in check.
  • Crude oil is trading lower, but has rebounded off of earlier lows. The initial move followed the release of the weekly API Inventory data, which showed a build of 14.23 mln barrels vs. last week's build of 5.83 mln barrels.

Market updates:

  • S&P Futures vs Fair Value: +1.00 
  • 10 yr Note: 2.3840% 
  • USD/JPY: 112.25 -0.13 
  • EUR/USD: 1.0647 -0.0036
  • Europe: FTSE +0.1% DAX +0.1% CAC +0.4% 
  • Asia: Hang Seng +0.7% Shanghai +0.4% Nikkei +0.5% 
  • Commodities: Gold (1239.30 +3.20) Silver (17.76 Unch) crude (51./86 -0.31) 

US Econ Data

  • Crude Inventories (10:30am)
  • 10-year Note Auction (1pm)
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  Thor Industries follow up: upgrade to Outperform at Robert W. Baird; tgt raised to $120  (104.51)

Robert W. Baird upgraded THO to Outperform from Neutral and raises their tgt to $120 from $105. Now seven years into a remarkable RV cycle, firm still sees an opportunity for investors to get ahead of a strong RV season. They like Thor as the RV market leader with a heavy investment in American workers and consumers. Although an inventory de-stocking cycle will mark the end of the trade, firm's checks suggest dealers are optimistic and willing to restock. They see LT upside to margin and like the chances that tax reform will boost consumer demand and corporate profits.

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  Ametek target raised to $60 at RBC Capital Mkts  (51.68)RBC Capital Mkts raises their AME tgt to $60 from $57. Outperform-rated AMETEK's 4Q16 was reminiscent of 3Q16 with as-expected results and no oil-related downside surprises, strong FCF, and a bolt-on acquisition. The disappointments were having 2017 guidance a touch below consensus, and not seeing better drop-through on modestly better organic sales. They continue to like this high-quality SMID, and relative valuation remains attractive.
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  Atkore International target raised to $30 at RBC Capital Mkts  (26.31)RBC Capital Mkts raises their ATKR tgt to $30 from $28. Outperform-rated Atkore's mixed results in F1Q17 included soft volumes and a tax-boost, but they liked seeing the timely price increases passing through higher commodities costs and the positive outlook for nonresi. They continue to be positive on Atkore's leverage to Trump positives in infrastructure spending and lower corporate tax. Look for bolt-on M&A as a near-term earnings growth catalyst.
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  On The Wires
  • International Game Technology PLC (IGT) announced that its subsidiary, GTECH Sweden Interactive AB, has signed an eight-year contract extension with SYNOT Group to continue providing system software and game content for SYNOT's interactive video terminals (IVTs) in the Czech Republic and Slovakia through 2026.
  • The label for Eli Lilly and Company's (LLY) once-weekly Trulicity (dulaglutide) is now updated to include use in combination with basal insulin for adults with type 2 diabetes. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) included the changes to the approved product labeling to reflect this important information for prescribers. Trulicity is available in a prefilled pen in 0.75 and 1.5 mg doses.
  • Iron Mountain Incorporated (IRM) announced Fidelma Russo as its Chief Technology Officer. Russo will officially join the company in mid-March after leaving Dell EMC, where she served as senior vice president and general manager for the technology company's Enterprise Storage and Software business.
  • Avis Budget Group (CAR) has signed an agreement with Uber Technologies (Private: UBER) to supply Uber's driver partners, and those who want to make money driving with Uber, with cars through Zipcar, the world's leading car sharing network.
  • Ecopetrol S.A. (EC) announced that, as established in the Offering Notice of Second Stage, the Company published the offering notice regarding the fourth auction for the second stage of Ecopetrol's equity divestment plan for its shares in Empresa de Energía de Bogota S.A. E.S.P. in a newspaper widely circulated in Colombia. The fourth auction is part of the second stage of the equity divestment plan and the purpose is to offer publicly, in Colombia and/or abroad, the shares that were not acquired during the first, second and third auctions.
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  Asian Markets Close: Nikkei +0.5%, Hang Seng +0.7%, Shanghai +0.4%

Equity indices in the Asia-Pacific region ended the midweek session on a higher note. The People's Bank of China lowered the yuan fix to a two-week low of 6.8849 and decided to forego reverse repurchase operations for the fourth consecutive day. China Information Daily commented on monetary policy, saying the PBoC has no conditions for a rate hike and will remain flexible instead. Separately, the Reserve Bank of India kept its repurchase rate at 6.25% despite calls for a 25-basis point cut.

  • In economic data:
    • Japan's January Economy Watchers Current Index 49.8 (expected 51.9; last 51.4). December current account surplus narrowed to JPY1.67 trillion from JPY1.80 trillion (expected surplus of JPY1.71 trillion). January Bank Lending +2.5% year-over-year (expected 2.7%; last 2.6%)

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  • Japan's Nikkei climbed 0.5%, returning to its closing level from Monday. Dainippon Screen Manufacturing, NGK Insulators, JTEKT, Olympus, Fanuc, Yamato Holdings, Yamaha Motor, Isuzu Motors, and Konica Minolta ended among the leaders with gains between 1.7% and 7.0%.
  • Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.7% to a fresh three-month high. Property-related names led the way with China Resources Land, China Overseas, Henderson Land, and Hang Lung Properties rising between 1.1% and 6.8%. Casino names struggled with Sands China and Galaxy Entertainment both losing near 1.7%.
  • China's Shanghai Composite added 0.4%. China CSSC Holdings, Ningxia Building Materials Group, China United Network Communications, and Harbin Dongan Auto Engine posted gains between 4.3% and 6.5%.
  • India's Sensex shed 0.2%. Drugmakers Sun Pharma and Dr Reddy's Labs underperformed with respective losses of 1.1% and 1.4%. Infosys and ITC lost close to 0.9% apiece while Coal India outperformed, rising 2.0%.

---FX---

  • USDJPY -0.1% to 112.25
  • USDCNY -0.1% to 6.8737
  • USDINR -0.2% to 67.193
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  DCT Industrial Trust upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at CapitalOne  (45.08)
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  Emerson upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBS  (62.54)
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  Fidelity Nat'l Info upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse  (77.30)
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сегодня BMY думаю продолжит движение…
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  kforce.com upgraded to Mkt Outperform from Mkt Perform at Avondale  (21.35)
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  Gilead Sciences downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup  (73.13)
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  Mondelez Int'l downgraded to Neutral from Positive at Susquehanna  (43.93)
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  NGL Energy Partners downgraded to Hold at Stifel; tgt lowered to $21 — Grand Mesa begins contributing, but 3Q17 below expectations, FY18 guidance maintained  (24.10)Stifel downgrades NGL to Hold from Buy and lowers their tgt to $21 from $22. NGL reported Q3 Adjusted EBITDA of $120.6 mln which was below firm's $138.2 mln estimate. Results were driven by seasonality within Refined Products and Renewables, in addition to competition and commodity prices impacting the Crude Oil Logistics and Water Solution segments. Mgmt reiterated FY17 EBITDA guidance of $485 mln to $500 mln, but reduced its outlook to the lower end of guidance. FY18 guidance was maintained, although mgmt provided initial expectations of $100 mln of growth capital with little dedicated to acquisitions. NGL's resumption of distribution growth and optimistic outlook are encouraging, but at this time firm believes units reflect majority of the upside and are downgrading units to Hold.
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  SPS Commerce downgraded to Sector Weight from Overweight at Pacific Crest  (66.32)
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  Twitter upgraded to Buy at BTIG Research; tgt $25 — The Twitter President gives Twitter a second chance  (18.26)BTIG Research upgrades TWTR to Buy from Neutral and sets target price at $25 target based on 15x estimated 2018 EV/EBITDA (shares are currently trading at just over 13x estimated 2017 EV/EBITDA). Their upgrade of TWTR is premised on the belief that Twitter's daily active user (DAU) growth is accelerating, particularly in the US, which has a disproportionate impact on Twitter's revenues and profits. The evidence of growing user engagement is evident in a meaningful uptick in downloads of the Twitter application on iOS devices domestically and a CivicScience survey that shows an increase in daily usage. It is undeniable that Twitter has been thrust into the global zeitgeist following the US Presidential Election in November 2016. They are not expecting Twitter's Q4 2016 financials, nor commentary on Q1 2017 financials to excite investors.
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  Momo initiated with a Buy at Jefferies; tgt $30  (22.77)
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  Dr Pepper Snapple initiated with a Outperform at Credit Suisse  (92.58)
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  YY initiated with a Hold at Jefferies; tgt $45  (41.11)
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  Centene among stocks with favorable commentary on Tuesday's Mad Money  (67.00)

Stocks with favorable mention: AMGN, BCS, CHKP, CNC, CSCO, CYBR, FI, HAS, JBL, MB, NYCB, ORCL, PANW, SAN, UNH

Stocks with unfavorable mention: BWLD, ESRX, FTNT, HBI, KORS, NWL, SHLD, TGT, UPS

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  SPS Commerce downgraded to Hold from Buy at Canaccord Genuity  (66.32)
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  Broadcom target raised to $225 at RBC Capital Mkts — HSR Waiting period extension, doesn’t suggest a delay in BRCD deal; ontrack for H2:17  (205.91)RBC Capital Mkts raises their AVGO tgt to $225 from $200. While investors may view this refiling as a delay/risk in AVGO's 2HFY17 deal-close target, we do not believe that this refiling was unexpected by AVGO and suspect it was captured as part of the original timeline. With recent changes given the election late in 2016, we believe that this is likely a slight delay due to the administration change (In hindsight we think AVGO management incorporated room for delays when they guided for H2:17 close time frame). We continue to believe that the deal should proceed with a relatively straight forward evaluation process given the lack of product overlap between the BRCD FC SAN business and AVGO's core business
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  CDW target raised to $64 at RBC Capital Mkts  (56.93)RBC Capital Mkts raises their CDW tgt to $64 from $55. They see multiple levers that will enable sustained beats/raises through CY17 and see potential for valuation expansion should revenue and FCF growth materially accelerate in 2017 and beyond (likely).
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  Dextera Surgical target lowered to $3.50 at Wedbush — Liquidity concerns overshadow improving MicroCutter adoption  (1.34)Wedbush lowers their DXTR tgt to $3.50 from $5. DXTR continues efforts to expand MicroCutter adoption and reported MicroCutter Product Sales results that reflect notable sequential improvement; however, the company will need to raise capital or sell the company over the next few months. Firm notes three key takeaways that bode positively for MicroCutter 5/80 adoption: 1) Mgmt anticipates 60+% qtr/qtr MicroCutter sales during the next 2 quarters; 2) DXTR is expanding is sales reps; 3) 38 reordering surgeons (10 US/28 EU) with a target of 75 by the end of CY2Q17; 4) Increasing awareness of the MicroCutter 5/80 through a distribution partnership with B. Braun in Spain as well as clinical presentations at the recent Society of Thoracic Surgeons annual meeting (Jan 2017); Outperform.
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  Buffalo Wild Wings target lowered to $150 at Wedbush — Q4 results and 2017 guidance disappoint  (149.80)Wedbush lowers their BWLD tgt to $150 from $155 following earnings as they believe risk exists to BWLD's 2017 guidance. Nevertheless, they continue to view potential capital structure catalysts as a near- and medium-term valuation floor. Given 3.5-4.5% wing inflation somewhat offset by 20bps benefit from boneless wings, flat inflation for the rest of the food basket, and 3-4% wage inflation, the unit-level margin leverage will need to be driven by occupancy and other operating. Firm also believes mgmt's 2018 unit-level margin target of 20% is at risk. Firm also views re-franchising as a realistic alternative path to value creation in the absence of improving fundamentals, and believes the existence of such a path provides a near-term valuation floor; Neutral.
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  European Markets Update: FTSE -0.1%, DAX +0.1%, CAC +0.5%

Major European indices trade near their flat lines while France's CAC (+0.5%) outperforms. Bank stocks have shown relative weakness across the region while energy names also trade in the red amid a decline in crude oil. The euro (1.0650) is down 0.3% against the dollar while the pound (1.2492) has shed 0.1% versus the greenback.

  • Economic data was limited:
    • Spain's December Industrial Production +1.9% year-over-year (expected 2.9%; last 2.8%)

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  • UK's FTSE is lower by 0.1% with Royal Dutch Shell falling 1.7% while financials like Old Mutual, HSBC, Prudential, Barclays, and Lloyds Banking are down between 0.3% and 0.8%. Homebuilders trade near the top of the leaderboard with Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey, and Barratt Developments up between 2.6% and 3.7%.
  • Germany's DAX hovers just above its flat line, looking to secure its second consecutive advance. Lufthansa has jumped 3.7% after French peer Air France reported solid January metrics. Exporters are mixed with BMW and Daimler up 1.0% and 0.4%, respectively, while Volkswagen has shed 0.2%. Deutsche Bank has given up 0.8% while Merck is the weakest performer, falling 1.7%.
  • France's CAC trades up 0.5%, on track to snap its two-day skid. Vinci leads with a gain of 4.9% in reaction to strong results and guidance. Automakers Renault and Peugeot are both up near 1.4% while most financials trade lower. AXA is off 0.1% while Societe Generale, BNP Paribas, and Credit Agricole show losses between 1.3% and 1.8%.
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  Microchip upgraded to Strong Buy at Needham; tgt raised to $100  (69.62)Needham upgrades MCHP to Strong Buy from Buy and raises their tgt to $100 from $75. When they upgraded MCHP to Buy on 1/14/16 (stock is up 81% vs SOX of 48% over same period), firm was constructive on mgmt's ability to integrate Atmel and generate synergies. Throughout the year, MCHP has significantly increased its accretion targets to $0.90 vs $0.70 in FY18 and $1.00 vs $0.90 in FY19. Moreover, MCHP has raised its LT model to 60% GM, 24% OPEX and 36% OM. As such, firm is now modeling $5 of NonGAAP EPS and FCF margin of ~30%. They believe MCHP deserves at least P/E 20x = $100 PT. From a strategic perspective, MCHP has gained market share in 8-Bit and 32-Bit MCUs, the attach rates of analog to MCUs has grown substantially and MCHP is well positioned in IoT, Automotive, and Industrial. Analog specifically is on track to generate $1B in sales.
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  First Community Financial Partners downgraded to Hold from Buy at Maxim Group  (12.45)
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  On The Wires
  • Prospect Capital Corporation (PSEC) announced that Prospect recently purchased $136 million of first lien senior secured floating rate notes issued by Centerfield Media Holding Company, a portfolio company of H.I.G. Growth Partners. Centerfield issued these notes to Prospect to support the refinancing of existing debt and the acquisition of Qology Direct Holdings, Inc. by Centerfield. Centerfield is a digital media company that leverages its proprietary technology platform, Dugout, to optimize the customer acquisition process by identifying high value and intent driven consumers at scale across a variety of digital media platforms including search, display, social and others. Qology's customer acquisition and conversion capabilities will enable Centerfield to offer a fully integrated sales and marketing solution controlling the consumer experience from initial touch point all the way through completed sale, delivering new customers at scale to some of the biggest brands worldwide.
  • inContact, a NICE company (NICE) announced the appointment of Marcus Daley as chief technology officer. In this role, Daley will be responsible for the company's product research and development, technology strategy and its overall advancement of enterprise-scalability and functionality of cloud operations.  Daley joins the inContact team from S&P Global where he served as CTO, leading the technology organization for the $1.4B Market Intelligence division and managing more than 1,500 employees.
  • Can-Fite BioPharma Ltd. (CANF) announced today the Company is ready to commence patient enrollment in the second quarter of 2017 in its global Phase III trial of its lead drug candidate Piclidenoson as a first line treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. The trial, titled ACRobat, will enroll approximately 500 patients in Europe, Canada and Israel. The estimated cost of the entire Phase III study is approximately $5 million. This includes the cost of the global clinical research organizations that have been engaged to help conduct ACRobat. The required supply of Piclidenoson has already been manufactured and paid.
  • ClubCorp (MYCC) announced the acquisition of Eagle's Nest Country Club, a premier member-owned country club located in Maryland, just north of Baltimore. ClubCorp plans to spend more than $1 million on capital projects that will bring new amenities, improvements and upgrades to the club.
  • Six Flags Entertainment Corporation (SIX) and Samsung Electronics America (SSNLF) announced its renewed collaboration on virtual reality roller coasters with the unveiling of a bold, innovative twist on the experience at Six Flags parks. Last spring, the two companies joined forces to introduce North America's first Virtual Reality Roller Coasters using Samsung Gear VR powered by Oculus, and now in 2017— for the first time ever, riders will be offered a one-of-a-kind mixed reality experience that only Six Flags can deliver.
  • Kelso Technologies (KIQ) reports that further to our press release of November 17, 2016 the Company has filed a United States provisional patent application and a corresponding Canadian patent application for an Active Suspension Control System and Method for No-Road Vehicles. The ASCS patent applications owned by Kelso cover numerous new technologies. Kelso anticipates filing further patent applications relating to the ASCS technology as Kelso continues to develop and improve the ASCS technology.
  • The Multitest business of Xcerra Corporation (XCRA) announced the introduction of the mmWave contactor, an innovative and robust, patent pending contacting solution for the testing of extremely high frequency semiconductors in high volume production environments.
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  Early premarket gappersGapping up: MYGN +15.3%, COHR +14.7%, MCHP +10.6%, JIVE +10.1%, PSDV +8.4%, HT +5.9%, CNO +4.5%, PIR +3.8%, CRCM +3.5%, GNW +3.4%, CTB +3.3%, HMY +3.3%, CAMT +3.3%, TWTR +3%, PNRA +2.6%, GALT +2.4%, AU +2.3%, EMKR +2.1%, IPHI +2.1%, SNY +2.1%, SYT +2%, FCX +1.8%, SDRL +1.7%, GFI +1.7%, GRA +1.7%, CALD +1.6%, TCS +1.6%, AG +1.5%, AGN +1.4%, NUAN +1.3%, CTSH +1.3%, RBS +1.2%, VALE +1.1%, GDX +1.1%, YUMC +1.1%, EIX +1%, ABX +0.9%, KGC +0.7%, NEM +0.7%, FARM +0.5%, LUV +0.5%, ARCH +0.5%, TWX +0.5%

Gapping down: USNA -20.7%, GALE -17.9%, DCIX -15.7%, TDW -14.1%, SPSC -13.3%, TCX -10.6%, CHRS -10.1%, EYES -7.6%, GMLP -7.1%, DRYS -6.8%, WAIR -6.7%, ZG -6.5%, GILD -6.1%, PE -5.8%, PAA -5.6%, CG -5.5%, PVG -5%, BWLD -4.6%, ULTI -4.5%, FXCM -4.3%, AMC -3.7%, AKAM -3.7%, URBN -2.9%, AWRE -2.7%, ABB -2.6%, NE -2.1%, AI -2.1%, MDLZ -1.9%, CS -1.7%, SAN -1.5%, SHPG -1.5%, RDS.A -1.4%, BBVA -1.4%, GSK -1.4%, TTWO -1.3%, LPX -1.3%, NEWR -1.2%, RIG -1.1%, CHK -1%, DB -0.9%, HSBC -0.8%, PBR -0.7%, NTGR -0.7%, AZN -0.6%, AIZ -0.5%, PXD -0.5%
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  Bitauto Holdings: Proudview LTD lowers active stake to 11.2% (Prior 13%)  (19.54)
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  Overseas Research Calls

Upgrades

  • ABB Ltd (ABB) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Natixis
  • Neste Oyj (NTOIF) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Credit Suisse
  • ASML (ASML) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Exane BNP Paribas
  • Aberdeen Asset Management (ABDNY) upgraded to Sector Perform from Underperform at RBC Capital Mkts
  • Delta Lloyd (DLLLF) upgraded to Equal Weight from Underweight at Barclays
  • Air France-KLM (AFLYY) upgraded to Hold from Sell at Societe Generale
  • easyJet (ESYJY) upgraded to Hold from Sell at Societe Generale
  • Deutsche Lufthansa AG (DLAKY) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Societe Generale

Downgrades

  • Hannover Ruckversich (HVRRY) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at MainFirst
  • Adecco S.A. (AHEXY) downgraded to Underperform from Hold at Jefferies
  • Bankia (BNKXF) downgraded to Underperform from Market Perform at Keefe Bruyette
  • Daimler AG (DDAIF) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup

Miscellaneous

  • Just Eat plc (JSTLF) initiated with an Add at Numis
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  Barfresh Food Group initiated with a Buy at Maxim Group; tgt $3  (0.71)
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  Concordia downgraded to Reduce from Hold at TD Securities  (3.49)
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  Overnight Treasury Summary

Treasuries Rally as Oil Drops and Dollar Strengthens

  • U.S. Treasuries are moving higher this morning in a curve-flattening trade as the S&P 500 gets set to open down 0.06% to 2,291.6. On Tuesday afternoon, the American Petroleum Institute reported that crude oil stockpiles rose by the second largest amount on record last week (14.2 million barrels) and that is pushing WTI crude 0.84% lower to $51.73/bbl. Internationally, the Reserve Bank of India unexpectedly kept its policy rate unchanged at 6.25%. Elsewhere, domestic investors in Japan sold more U.S. Treasuries in December than in any month since May 2013 and Spanish and Turkish industrial production growth missed forecasts in December. The U.S. Dollar Index is up 0.26% to 100.52 and gold is at a three month high, up 0.42% to $1,241.2/troy oz.
  • Yield Check:
    • 2-yr: unch at 1.16%
    • 5-yr: -2 bps to 1.83%
    • 10-yr: -2 bps to 2.37%
    • 30-yr: -3 bps to 2.99%
  • International News:
    • Japan's current account surplus narrowed more than expected to a seasonally adjusted JPY1.67 tln in December (Prior JPY1.80 tln)
      • Bank lending grew by 2.5% y/y in January, unexpectedly slowing from December's 2.6%
    • Separately, Japan's domestic investors sold JPY2.4 tln of U.S. Treasuries in December, the highest monthly net sales since May 2013
    • Japan's Economy Watchers Current Index unexpectedly fell to 49.8 for January from 51.4 for December
    • The Bank of Thailand kept its main policy rate at 1.5%, as expected
      • Thailand's GDP was up 3.2% y/y in Q3 2016
    • The Reserve Bank of India kept its main policy rate at 6.25%, defying expectations for a cut
      • Analysts had been looking for monetary easing after Prime Minister Narenda Modi's move to eliminate 86% of the country's cash last November reduced economic growth
      • India's consumer price inflation ran at 3.4% y/y in December, well below the RBI's target of 5%
    • Industrial production in Turkey grew 1.3% y/y in December, missing forecasts after 2.7% growth in November
    • Poland's central bank kept its benchmark 7-day reference rate at 1.5%, as expected
    • Spanish industrial production rose 1.9% y/y in December, missing forecasts for a bit of acceleration after November's 2.8% growth
    • Portugal's unemployment rate remained at 10.5% in Q4 from the prior quarter, as expected
    • Brazil's consumer price index increased by 0.38% m/m in January (5.35% y/y) after 0.30% growth in December
  • Data out Today:
    • MBA Mortgage Index for the week ending 2/4: Actual 2.3% w/w, Prior -3.2%
      • 30-year fixed mortgage rate: Actual 4.35%, Prior 4.39%
    • Crude Inventories for the week ending 2/4 (10:30 ET)
  • Treasury Auction:
    • $23 bln 10-year Treasury auction (results at 13:00 ET)
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  Goldcorp enters into binding agreement with New Gold (NGD) to acquire its 4% gold stream on the El Morro deposit for cash consideration of $65 mln  (16.72)The El Morro deposit is part of NuevaUnión, a 50/50 joint venture with Teck Resources that combines the Relincho and El Morro deposits.  The Transaction is expected to close in February 2017. The Transaction will provide New Gold with additional liquidity as the company advances the construction of its Rainy River project, which is scheduled to commence production in September 2017.
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  Inphi target raised to $55 from $50 at Needham; Strong Buy — Core Communications Drives Beat and Raise Results  (48.92)
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  Innophos Holdings upgraded to Buy from Hold at Vertical Research  (47.50)
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  On The Wires
  • Concho Resources (CXO) announced that the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as it applies to the previously announced sale of the Company's ownership interests in Alpha Holding Company, LLC, the owner of the Alpha Crude Connector system, to Plains All American Pipeline, was terminated early by the United States Federal Trade Commission on February 6, 2017. While the ACC sale remains subject to various closing conditions, Concho expects to close the transaction the week of February 13, 2017.
  • Accuray Incorporated (ARAY) announced that it has received Shonin approval from the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare to market its Radixact Treatment Delivery System, Accuray Precision Treatment Planning System and iDMS Data Management System. Together, the treatment delivery system and software solutions enable clinicians to provide highly precise treatment, efficiently, for a wider range of cancer patients, including those undergoing retreatment. This new Radixact platform is now available in Japan, in certain markets in the European Union, and in the U.S. market.
  • Summit Midstream Partners (SMLP) announced the commencement of an offer to purchase by its wholly owned subsidiaries Summit Midstream Holdings, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, and Summit Midstream Finance Corp., a Delaware corporation for cash any and all of the issuer's outstanding 7.50% Senior Notes due 2021. As of February 7, 2017, there was $300.0 million aggregate principal amount of Notes outstanding. The tender offer is being made pursuant to an Offer to Purchase dated February 8, 2017 and the related Letter of Transmittal and Notice of Guaranteed Delivery. The tender offer will expire at 5:00pm ET on February 14, 2017, unless extended. Tendered Notes may be withdrawn at any time before the Expiration Time.
  • An extended 60-day public consultation on recommendations to decommission the Brent oil and gas field in the North Sea has begun today following submission by Shell U.K. Limited (RDS.A), the field's operator, of a comprehensive decommissioning programme to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The field, located 115 miles north-east of the Shetland Islands has produced around three billion barrels of oil equivalent since production commenced in 1976, which is almost 10% of UK production.
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  S&P futures vs fair value: -2.50. Nasdaq futures vs fair value: -4.40.

Equity futures are flat this morning following a generally positive performance overseas. The S&P 500 futures currently trade three points below fair value.

U.S. Treasuries are in positive territory this morning, extending yesterday's gains. The benchmark 10-yr yield is two basis points lower at 2.37%.

Conversely, crude oil has continued Tuesday's downward trend. The energy component is currently down 0.8% at $51.73/bbl amid reports that indicate an uptick in U.S. production and a slump in Chinese demand.

The weekly MBA Mortgage Index, which was released earlier this morning, increased 2.3% to follow last week's 3.2% decline.

Investors will not receive any other economic data on Wednesday.

In U.S. corporate news:

  • Walt Disney (DIS 108.95, -0.05): -0.1% after beating on earnings but missing revenue estimates.
  • Gilead Sciences (GILD 68.51, -4.62): -6.3% after the company's downbeat guidance overshadowed better than expected earnings and revenues. The company also announced that it will be increasing its dividend. 
  • Allergan (AGN 235.61, +3.00): +1.3% after reporting better than expected earnings and revenues.
  • Mondelez (MDLZ 43.36, -0.57): -1.3% after missing on both the top and bottom lines.
  • Panera Bread (PNRA 219.90, +5.63): +2.6% after reporting better than expected earnings.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD 144.00, -5.80): -3.9% after missing revenue and earnings estimates. The company also issued downbeat guidance.

Reviewing overnight developments:

  • Equity indices in the Asia-Pacific region ended the midweek session on a higher note. Japan's Nikkei +0.5%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng +0.7%, China's Shanghai Composite +0.4%, India's Sensex -0.2%.
    • In economic data:
      • Japan's January Economy Watchers Current Index 49.8 (expected 51.9; last 51.4). December current account surplus narrowed to JPY1.67 trillion from JPY1.80 trillion (expected surplus of JPY1.71 trillion). January Bank Lending +2.5% year-over-year (expected 2.7%; last 2.6%)
    • In news:
      • The People's Bank of China lowered the yuan fix to a two-week low of 6.8849 and decided to forego reverse repurchase operations for the fourth consecutive day. China Information Daily commented on monetary policy, saying the PBoC has no conditions for a rate hike and will remain flexible instead.
      • The Reserve Bank of India kept its repurchase rate at 6.25% despite calls for a 25-basis point cut.
  • Major European indices trade near their flat lines while France's CAC outperforms. UK's FTSE -0.1%, Germany's DAX unch, France's CAC +0.5%.
    • Economic data was limited:
      • Spain's December Industrial Production +1.9% year-over-year (expected 2.9%; last 2.8%)
    • News was limited:
      • Bank stocks have shown relative weakness across the region while energy names also trade in the red amid a decline in crude oil.
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  Samsung: Memory chip sector downgraded to Neutral at UBS  (1500.00)
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  Walt Disney: Color on Quarter
  • RBC notes that Disney beat quarterly results on strong margins while the digital cable environment may be unfolding more quickly and favorably than they'd initially anticipated. This adds to their conviction in a DIS re-rating, which is why it's their top long among media stocks.  Reiterate Outperform, $130 tgt.  
  • Stifel notes Disney reported ahead of consensus results, though the weaker than expected Cable contributions likely offsets investor enthusiasm regarding a beat at Parks and Broadcast. They found the commentary around reduced ad loads, DTC opportunities in sports and in kids and VMVPD distribution as highlighting both the opportunities afforded the premier content provider but at the same time indicative of the expansive manner in which SVOD has permanently changed consumer expectations and the challenges which the sector has in evolving to meet these changes given current distribution infrastructure contracts/investments. Remain Hold, $100 tgt.
  • Needham notes that DIS's FY1Q17 revenue of $14.78B was down 3% y/y and 4% below their estimate. DIS's EPS was $1.55, down 5% y/y and 4% above their estimate. Key conference call points: 1) DIS's planned launch in 2017 of a direct-to-consumer sports service that will combine the digital sports rights of ESPN and BAM (pricing unclear so far): 2) new Avatar land in Animal Kingdom should drive Orlando parks attendance: 3) Tougher comps for Film and Parks (Easter shift) in FY2Q17: 4) Scatter prices 25% above up-fronts; and 5) consumer products comps should improve in 2H17, tied to Cars and Spiderman films. Remain Hold.  
  • FBR notes that DIS's F1Q17 was a little better than we feared, mainly because of impressive parks margins. Despite the headline EPS beat, their estimates are little changed, and their price target is unchanged, at $116.

Shares of Disney are trading flat in the pre-market

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  NextEra Energy Partners downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS  (31.19)
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  Gapping up

Gapping up
In reaction to strong earnings/guidance
:

  • COHR +15.3%, MYGN +13.6%, JIVE +10.1%, PSDV +9.6%, MCHP +7.7%, CTSH +5.1%, CNO +4.5%, ALK +4.3%, PIR +3.8%, (reiterates Q4 guidance)
  • CAMT +3.3%, YUMC +3.1%, (also announces $300 mln buyback; promotes KFC CEO to COO), TWLO +2.9%, PNRA +2.7%, SNY +2.2%, EMKR +2.1%
  • IPHI +2.1%, GNW +2%, SYT +1.9%, GRA +1.7%, CALD +1.6%, AGN +1.4%, NUAN +1.3%, FARM +0.5%, LUV +0.5%, ARCH +0.5%, TWX +0.5%

M&A news:

  • TIME +2.1% (Meredith (MDP) and group of investors might move ahead with acquisition of TIME, according to WSJ)

Select metals/mining stocks trading higher:

  • HMY +4%, KGC +2.5%, AG +2.1%, AU +1.7%, GDX +1.4%, NEM +1.2%, GFI +1.1%, ABX +1.1%

Other news:

  • APOP +11.5% (treated the first blood cancer patient in the recently initiated Phase I/II trial of its stem cell technology ApoGraft)
  • GALT +6.3% (announces combination immunotherapy with Galectin-3 inhibitor GR-MD-02 'enhances' effects in pre-clinical models and early results of phase 1 clinical trials; data presented at the GTCBio Immunotherapeutics Conference)
  • CRCM +4.2% (continued strength)
  • HT +3.5% (will replace WCI Communities in the S&P SmallCap 600)
  • CTB +2.6% (will replace comScore in the S&P MidCap 400)
  • EIX +1% (California Utilities' settlement agreement)

Analyst comments:

  • USAK +3% (upgraded to Mkt Perform from Mkt Underperform at Avondale)
  • TWTR +2.4% (upgraded to Buy at BTIG Research)
  • MOMO +1.1% (initiated with a Buy at Jefferies)
  • PNC +0.8% (added to Conviction Buy List at Goldman)
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  S&P futures vs fair value: -2.00. Nasdaq futures vs fair value: -3.80.

The stock market is on track to open Wednesday's session slightly lower as the S&P 500 futures trade two points below fair value.

A handful of household names reported earnings results between yesterday's close and today's open, including Walt Disney (DIS 108.95, -0.05), Zillow (ZG 34.52, -2.35), Panera Bread (PNRA 219.90, +5.63), Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD 144.00, -5.80), Goodyear Tire & Rubber (GT 32.24, 0.00), and Time Warner (TWX 97.20, +0.98), among others.

Panera Bread and Time Warner are up 2.6% and 1.0%, respectively, after PNRA reporting better than expected earnings and TWX beat top and bottom line estimates.

On the other hand, Zillow also had a positive earnings report, beating revenue and earnings estimate, but its shares have slid 6.4% regardless. Buffalo Wild Wings is also lower, losing 3.9%, after missing top and bottom line estimates and issuing downbeat guidance.

Lastly, Walt Disney and Goodyear currently trade flat in pre-market action after the companies' better than expected earnings have been balanced by their worse than expected revenues.

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  European Summary

European Government Bonds Jump

  • European sovereign bonds are trading sharply higher this morning as the tailwind from strong gains in Treasuries this week begins to be felt in the U.K. and eurozone. One day after Germany's Industrial Production report for December disappointed investor expectations, Spanish industrial production repeated the trick. Spanish industrial production growth slowed to 1.9% y/y in the final month of 2016, missing forecasts for improvement on November's 2.8% growth. There are a variety of data series that justify optimism over eurozone growth — manufacturing and services PMIs immediately come to mind — and eurozone yields have moved sharply higher over the past two weeks, but currency investors are so far unimpressed (EUR/USD: -0.05% to 1.0665). Another concern is that higher sovereign debt yields in eurozone countries like France, Italy, and Spain are a result of greater credit risk rather than inflation risk. The 10-year German bund yield is back down to 0.30% today, a level it traded only two days after the November 8 U.S. election which supposedly sent the reflation trade into high gear. And yet, the growth picture in the eurozone looks encouraging and there is really no prospect of meaningful tightening in monetary policy for at least six months
  • New Issuance:
    • Germany sold EUR3.00 bln of 10-year bunds at an average yield of 0.33% with a bid-to-cover ratio of 2.15
  • European Economic Data:
    • Poland's central bank kept its benchmark 7-day reference rate at 1.5%, as expected
    • Spanish industrial production rose 1.9% y/y in December, missing forecasts for a bit of acceleration after November's 2.8% growth
    • Portugal's unemployment rate remained at 10.5% in Q4 from the prior quarter, as expected
  • Yield Check:
    • France, 10-yr OAT: -4 bps to 1.06%
    • Germany, 10-yr bund: -5 bps to 0.30%
    • Greece, 10-yr note: -8 bps to 7.63%
    • Italy, 10-yr BTP: -5 bps to 2.31%
    • Portugal, 10-yr PGB: -8 bps to 4.14%
    • Spain, 10-yr ODE: -3 bps to 1.71%
    • U.K., 10-yr gilt: -5 bps to 1.24%
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  Buffalo Wild Wings downgraded to Hold from Buy at Feltl & Co.  (149.80)
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  Gapping down

Gapping down
In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance
:

  • USNA -19.2%, TDW -16.7%, (also updates status of discussions with lenders and notehoders), SPSC -13.3%, TCX -11.5%, ORBK -9.3%, WAIR -6.7%
  • DRYS -6.6%, ZG -6.5%, GILD -6.3%, CG -5.5%, NTGR -4.8%, ULTI -4.5%, PAA -4%, BWLD -4%, AKAM -3.7%
  • URBN -2.9%, (reports prelim Q4 (Jan) sales of $1.03 bln vs. $1.05 bln Capital IQ Consensus Estimate), TCS -2.8%
  • ABB -2.8%, AWRE -2.7%, MDLZ -1.3%, LPX -1.3%, NEWR -1.2%

M&A news:

  • PE -7.3% (to acquire oil/gas properties in Midland Basin from Double Eagle Energy Permian for approx $2.8 bln, prices 36 mln shares of Class A common stock for total gross proceeds $1.116 bln)

Select EU financial related names showing weakness:

  • CS -3.3%, SAN -2.2%, BBVA -2.1%, DB -1.9%, HSBC -0.8%

Select oil/gas related names showing early weakness:

  • PBR -1.7%, RDS.A -1.5%, RIG -1.1%, CHK -0.8%, SDRL -0.6%

Other news:

  • GALE -22.1% (to issue/sell shares of common stock and warrants to purchase shares of common stock; amends Purchase Agreement with Lincoln Park Capital to decrease the value of common stock of the Company that it may sell to Lincoln Park from $55 mln to $15.6 mln)
  • EYES -12.7% (pulling back following yesterday's 78% move higher)
  • CHRS -9% (commences an underwritten public offering of $125,000,000 of shares of its common stock)
  • GMLP -6.7% (prices offering of 4.5 mln common units for gross proceeds of $103.5 mln)
  • DCIX -4.4% (DRYS sympathy)
  • AMC -4.3% (upsizes and prices offering of 19,047,619 shares of Class A common stock at $31.50 per share)
  • FXCM -4.3% (Gain Capital enters into definitive agreement to acquire the client base of FXCM's U.S. operations; terms not disclosed)
  • NE -2.1% (possibly TDW sympathy)
  • PVG -0.8% (is offering $90,000,000 aggregate principal amount of unsecured convertible senior subordinated notes due 2022 pursuant to private placement)

Analyst comments:

  • YY -0.8% (initiated with Hold at Jefferies)
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  Intuit shares lower by 3% upon resumption of trade; currently trading at $114 in the premarket following downside Q2 guidance;   (117.48)Tax prep peer HRB is lower by 3.5%.
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 сел по всем направлениям сквозит
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  но продавать нужно будет наверное на выходе нефти
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  Gapping up/down: MCHP +8%, CTSH +5%, PNRA +3% and SNY +2% after earnings, TWTR +2% after upgrade; GILD -7%, CG -6%, NTGR -5%, BWLD -4% and URBN -3% after earnings

Gapping up
In reaction to strong earnings/guidance
:

  • COHR +15.3%, MYGN +13.6%, JIVE +10.1%, PSDV +9.6%, MCHP +7.7%, CTSH +5.1%, CNO +4.5%, ALK +4.3%, PIR +3.8%, (reiterates Q4 guidance)
  • CAMT +3.3%, YUMC +3.1%, (also announces $300 mln buyback; promotes KFC CEO to COO), TWLO +2.9%, PNRA +2.7%, SNY +2.2%, EMKR +2.1%
  • IPHI +2.1%, GNW +2%, SYT +1.9%, GRA +1.7%, CALD +1.6%, AGN +1.4%, NUAN +1.3%, FARM +0.5%, LUV +0.5%, ARCH +0.5%, TWX +0.5%

M&A news:

  • TIME +2.1% (Meredith (MDP) and group of investors might move ahead with acquisition of TIME, according to WSJ)

Select metals/mining stocks trading higher:

  • HMY +4%, KGC +2.5%, AG +2.1%, AU +1.7%, GDX +1.4%, NEM +1.2%, GFI +1.1%, ABX +1.1%

Other news:

  • APOP +11.5% (treated the first blood cancer patient in the recently initiated Phase I/II trial of its stem cell technology ApoGraft)
  • GALT +6.3% (announces combination immunotherapy with Galectin-3 inhibitor GR-MD-02 'enhances' effects in pre-clinical models and early results of phase 1 clinical trials; data presented at the GTCBio Immunotherapeutics Conference)
  • CRCM +4.2% (continued strength)
  • HT +3.5% (will replace WCI Communities in the S&P SmallCap 600)
  • CTB +2.6% (will replace comScore in the S&P MidCap 400)
  • EIX +1% (California Utilities' settlement agreement)

Analyst comments:

  • USAK +3% (upgraded to Mkt Perform from Mkt Underperform at Avondale)
  • TWTR +2.4% (upgraded to Buy at BTIG Research)
  • MOMO +1.1% (initiated with a Buy at Jefferies)
  • PNC +0.8% (added to Conviction Buy List at Goldman)

Gapping down
In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance
:

  • USNA -19.2%, TDW -16.7%, (also updates status of discussions with lenders and notehoders), SPSC -13.3%, TCX -11.5%, ORBK -9.3%, WAIR -6.7%
  • DRYS -6.6%, ZG -6.5%, GILD -6.3%, CG -5.5%, NTGR -4.8%, ULTI -4.5%, PAA -4%, BWLD -4%, AKAM -3.7%
  • URBN -2.9%, (reports prelim Q4 (Jan) sales of $1.03 bln vs. $1.05 bln Capital IQ Consensus Estimate), TCS -2.8%
  • ABB -2.8%, AWRE -2.7%, MDLZ -1.3%, LPX -1.3%, NEWR -1.2%

M&A news:

  • PE -7.3% (to acquire oil/gas properties in Midland Basin from Double Eagle Energy Permian for approx $2.8 bln, prices 36 mln shares of Class A common stock for total gross proceeds $1.116 bln)

Select EU financial related names showing weakness:

  • CS -3.3%, SAN -2.2%, BBVA -2.1%, DB -1.9%, HSBC -0.8%

Select oil/gas related names showing early weakness:

  • PBR -1.7%, RDS.A -1.5%, RIG -1.1%, CHK -0.8%, SDRL -0.6%

Other news:

  • GALE -22.1% (to issue/sell shares of common stock and warrants to purchase shares of common stock; amends Purchase Agreement with Lincoln Park Capital to decrease the value of common stock of the Company that it may sell to Lincoln Park from $55 mln to $15.6 mln)
  • EYES -12.7% (pulling back following yesterday's 78% move higher)
  • CHRS -9% (commences an underwritten public offering of $125,000,000 of shares of its common stock)
  • GMLP -6.7% (prices offering of 4.5 mln common units for gross proceeds of $103.5 mln)
  • DCIX -4.4% (DRYS sympathy)
  • AMC -4.3% (upsizes and prices offering of 19,047,619 shares of Class A common stock at $31.50 per share)
  • FXCM -4.3% (Gain Capital enters into definitive agreement to acquire the client base of FXCM's U.S. operations; terms not disclosed)
  • NE -2.1% (possibly TDW sympathy)
  • PVG -0.8% (is offering $90,000,000 aggregate principal amount of unsecured convertible senior subordinated notes due 2022 pursuant to private placement)

Analyst comments:

  • YY -0.8% (initiated with Hold at Jefferies)
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  InterActiveCorp target raised to $86 at Aegis Capital  (76.28)Aegis Capital raises their IAC tgt to $86 from $80 post Q4 results. IAC is in an enviable position in which it could spin or split-off either one of its two major assets this year — HomeAdvisor and its Match Group shares — and sell Vimeo, which has received acquisition interest in the past. HomeAdvisor has been executing strongly, and rev growth, firm estimate, could exceed 30% YoY, and Adj. EBITDA could grow by 75% YoY this year, with margins expanding by 340bps to 13%. The growth runway is both long and wide and margins could creep up toward the 20% level over time. IAC is likely to continue to invest and grow this business both domestically and internationally before it spins it out. For Vimeo, the SaaS business continues to grow the sub base at a healthy pace, the OTT opportunity has ample runway, and the forthcoming consumer subscription service is a catalyst worth watching. The other businesses, primarily Applications and Publishing will likely continue to be used for their cashflow. That leaves the Match shares as the one asset firm believes IAC should part ways with this year to give MTCH's shares more liquidity. A spin would be a catalyst for both stocks; Buy.
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  Emcore target raised to $12 at Lake Street  (9.45)Lake Street raises their EMKR tgt to $12 from $9 following another beat and guide up. With the stock trading at only 11x ex-cash firm's conservatively set FY18 EPS estimate, they think shares can begin to see meaningful multiple expansion as investors gain confidence in the CATV tailwinds and better understand the potential earnings leverage in the model; Buy.
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  S&P futures vs fair value: -4.00. Nasdaq futures vs fair value: -6.60.

The S&P 500 futures trade four points below fair value.

Equity indices in the Asia-Pacific region ended the midweek session on a higher note. The People's Bank of China lowered the yuan fix to a two-week low of 6.8849 and decided to forego reverse repurchase operations for the fourth consecutive day. China Information Daily commented on monetary policy, saying the PBoC has no conditions for a rate hike and will remain flexible instead. Separately, the Reserve Bank of India kept its repurchase rate at 6.25% despite calls for a 25-basis point cut.

  • In economic data:
    • Japan's January Economy Watchers Current Index 49.8 (expected 51.9; last 51.4). December current account surplus narrowed to JPY1.67 trillion from JPY1.80 trillion (expected surplus of JPY1.71 trillion). January Bank Lending +2.5% year-over-year (expected 2.7%; last 2.6%)

---Equity Markets---

  • Japan's Nikkei climbed 0.5%, returning to its closing level from Monday. Dainippon Screen Manufacturing, NGK Insulators, JTEKT, Olympus, Fanuc, Yamato Holdings, Yamaha Motor, Isuzu Motors, and Konica Minolta ended among the leaders with gains between 1.7% and 7.0%.
  • Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.7% to a fresh three-month high. Property-related names led the way with China Resources Land, China Overseas, Henderson Land, and Hang Lung Properties rising between 1.1% and 6.8%. Casino names struggled with Sands China and Galaxy Entertainment both losing near 1.7%.
  • China's Shanghai Composite added 0.4%. China CSSC Holdings, Ningxia Building Materials Group, China United Network Communications, and Harbin Dongan Auto Engine posted gains between 4.3% and 6.5%.
  • India's Sensex shed 0.2%. Drugmakers Sun Pharma and Dr Reddy's Labs underperformed with respective losses of 1.1% and 1.4%. Infosys and ITC lost close to 0.9% apiece while Coal India outperformed, rising 2.0%.

Major European indices hold modest losses while France's CAC (+0.2%) outperforms. Bank stocks have shown relative weakness across the region while energy names also trade in the red amid a decline in crude oil. The euro (1.0671) is down 0.1% against the dollar while the pound (1.2510) is flat versus the greenback.

  • Economic data was limited:
    • Spain's December Industrial Production +1.9% year-over-year (expected 2.9%; last 2.8%)

---Equity Markets---

  • UK's FTSE is lower by 0.2% with Royal Dutch Shell falling 1.8% while financials like Old Mutual, HSBC, Prudential, Barclays, and Lloyds Banking are down between 0.8% and 1.0%. Homebuilders trade near the top of the leaderboard with Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey, and Barratt Developments up between 2.1% and 3.5%.
  • Germany's DAX has also shed 0.2%. Lufthansa has jumped 3.2% after French peer Air France reported solid January metrics. Exporters are mixed with BMW and Daimler up 0.6% and 0.1%, respectively, while Volkswagen has shed 0.7%. Deutsche Bank has given up 2.3% while Merck has dropped 2.0%.
  • France's CAC trades up 0.2%, on track to snap its two-day skid. Vinci leads with a gain of 5.0% in reaction to strong results and guidance. Automakers Renault and Peugeot are both up 1.0% and 0.6%, respectively, while most financials trade lower. AXA is off 1.1% while Societe Generale, BNP Paribas, and Credit Agricole show losses between 2.0% and 2.3%.
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  Herbalife -2%, Nu Skin (NUS) -1.6% ahead of the open following results/news from USANA (USNA -19%)  (56.96)
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  Filings, Offerings and Pricings

Filings:

  • Cardinal Health (CAH) files mixed securities shelf offering; size not disclosed
  • EZCORP (EZPW) files to withdraw registration statement on Form S-3 initially filed on February 3, 2017, says the statement was filed in error as an initial Form S-3, rather than a pre-effective amendment as intended
  • Halliburton (HAL) files mixed securities shelf offering; size not disclosed
  • Highwoods Prop (HIW) files mixed securities shelf offering; size not disclosed

Offerings:

  • Pieris Pharmaceuticals (PIRS) terminates $35 mln at-the-market offering program with Cowen and Company
  • Pretium Resources (PVG) offering $90 mln aggregate principal amount of unsecured convertible senior subordinated notes due 2022

Pricings:

  • AMC Entertainment (AMC 32.50) upsizes and prices offering of 19,047,619 shares of Class A common stock at $31.50 per share
  • Coherus BioSciences (CHRS 26.65) prices underwritten public offering of 5,154,640 shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $24.25 per share
  • Galena Biopharma (GALE 1.40) prices $17 mln underwritten public offering of units at $1.00/unit
  • Golar LNG Partners (GMLP 24.54) prices offering of 4.5 mln common units for gross proceeds of $103.5 mln
  • Parsley Energy (PE 33.33) prices 36 mln shares of Class A common stock for total gross proceeds $1.116 bln
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  On The Wires
  • Mimecast Limited (MIME) announced that it has achieved certification to ISO 22301:2012, the international standard for business continuity management systems. Issued by Certification Europe, an accredited certification body which provides International Organization for Standardization (ISO) management system certification and other management standards to organizations globally, the ISO 22301 standard stipulates the requirements for a management system to protect against, reduce the likelihood of and ensure a business recovers from disruptive incidents.
  • Almaden Minerals Ltd. (AAU) announced  further assay results from Almaden's ongoing exploration and development program at the Company's Tuligtic project, Mexico. Results reported today are from drill holes TU-16-487, 489, 491 and 493 drilled on sections 10+600 and 10+775 East. The holes intersected significant mineralisation and veining inside or immediately outside of the Amended PEA pit including the previously defined subvertical Ixtaca North vein zone, as well as potential new zones of veining.
  • Corning Incorporated (GLW) announced that it has collaborated with Micromax for its Vdeo smartphones, designed for the «value-segment» consumer. The recently launched devices are among the first across India's mobile phone entry segment to incorporate Corning Gorilla Glass to help protect against damage.
  • Cresud SA (CRESY) reports that its subsidiary Brasilagro, controlled by the Society, communicated to the market that it has entered into a Purchase and Sale Agreement and Agricultural Partnership for a property located in the municipality of São Raimundo das Mangabeiras, in the state of Maranhão — Brazil. The Purchase and Sale Agreement consists in the acquisition of 17,566 hectares, 10,000 hectares of which are arable, have already been develop and will be cultivated with grains. The other 7,566 hectares are permanent preservation and legal reserve areas. The acquisition price is R$100.0 million (R$10,000/ha arable), which will be fully paid when the sellers meet certain conditions precedent.
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  NVIDIA drifts lower in the premarket; hearing M Science out cautious following checks  (119.13)
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  IPO Radar: No IPOs Opening Today; Three Deals Set to Open FridayIPOs Opening Today:
  • No IPOs Opening Today.


Upcoming IPOs
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  • February 10: Foundation Building Materials (FBM) — The second largest specialty distributor of wallboard & suspended ceiling systems in the US & Canada is expected to price its 12.8 million share IPO within a range of $17-$19.
  • February 10: Clipper Realty (CLPR) -- The REIT owning and managing multi-family residential and commercial properties in New York is expected to price its 7.1 million share IPO within a range of $13.50-$15.50.
  • February 10: Sachem Capital (SACH) -- The REIT specializing in originating, underwriting, funding, and servicing a portfolio of short-term loans secured by first mortgage liens is expected to price its 3.0 million share IPO at $5.
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  Inphi upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Cowen  (48.92)Cowen upgrades IPHI to Outperform from Market Perform and raises their tgt to $56 from $44. IPHI's momentum is now undeniable with strength in all of its markets. Firm re-evaluates its growth potential and see the growth gap bridged based on: 1) Strength of the coherent optical portfolio; 2) Growth vectors in Cloud, North American and Chinese service providers; 3) Cloud customer pull for next gen 200G PAM4 in the data centers with Jericho 2 as a catalyst.
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  S&P futures vs fair value: -3.50. Nasdaq futures vs fair value: -6.50.

The S&P 500 futures currently trade four points below fair value, indicating a modestly lower open for Wednesday's session.

Earnings reports have been the focal point this morning with a ream of names reporting between yesterday's close and today's open. Gilead Sciences (GILD 67.98, -5.15) has been one of the most notable movers in pre-market action, dropping 7.0%, after downbeat guidance overshadowed the company's better than expected earnings results. Goodyear Tire & Rubber (GT 31.34, -0.90) has also slipped, losing 2.8%, in reaction to worse than expected revenues.

On the flip side, Alaska Air (ALK 96.30, +2.20) has pushed 2.3% higher in pre-market trade after beating top and bottom line estimates in addition to raising its dividend. Similarly, Allergan (AGN 237.50, +4.89) and Time Warner (TWX 97.05, +0.83) have seen a nice bump, adding 2.2% and 0.9%, respectively, on the companies' better than expected earnings and revenues.

U.S. Treasuries hold solid gains this morning, continuing Tuesday's positive momentum. The benchmark 10-yr yield is lower by three basis points at 2.36%.

The weekly MBA Mortgage Index, which was released earlier this morning, increased 2.3% to follow last week's 3.2% decline. The report is the only item on today's economic calendar.

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  Yandex N.V. downgraded to Hold from Buy at Raiffeisen  (23.15)
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  Mobile TeleSystems downgraded to Reduce from Hold at Raiffeisen  (10.41)
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 On The Wires
  • Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS) announced that RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation has renewed its contract for LoanSphere MSP, Black Knight's industry-leading loan servicing system. RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation is a fully licensed, national mortgage servicer approved by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Black Knight's MSP platform is a complete, scalable, end-to-end system used by financial institutions to manage all servicing processes, including loan setup and maintenance, escrow administration, investor reporting, regulatory requirements and more.
  • Navient (NAVI) announced the amendment of transaction agreements for Navient-sponsored securitizations totaling $190 million of bonds backed by federally guaranteed student loans. The amendments were effective as of Feb. 7, 2017, and extended the legal final maturity date on the B tranches of SLM Student Loan Trust 2008-8 to 2075, SLM Student Loan Trust 2008-5 to 2073, and SLM Student Loan Trust 2007-8 to 2083.
  • Amazon Web Services («AWS»), an Amazon.com company (AMZN), announced that Live Nation Entertainment (LYV) has selected AWS as its public cloud infrastructure provider and is moving its global IT infrastructure to the AWS Cloud. AWS will help Live Nation reliably and securely scale its IT infrastructure for future growth across Ticketmaster and Corporate IT, as well as select parts of its Festival business. Live Nation currently produces more than 26,000 live events per year around the world, including more than 80 festivals, and operates more than 150 venues.
  • Bottomline Technologies (EPAY) has been named as a Front Runner Provider by EBA Clearing for the pan-European EBA SEPA Instant Credit Transfer Scheme.
  • Avnet Technology Solutions (AVT) announced that its training division, Avnet Academy, is expanding its education portfolio to include comprehensive training courses for Lenovo's System x and Flex products (LNVGY). This is now available to partners and their customers in all the countries where Avnet operates around the globe.
  • With Embraer's (ERJ) support, Brazil formally requested consultations with the Canadian Government at the World Trade Organization today, in Geneva, regarding subsidies benefiting Bombardier's (BDRBF) C-Series aircraft program. Brazil's request for consultations highlights the wide range and massive scale of subsidies provided to Bombardier, amounting to over USD 4 billion in support, from the Canadian national, provincial, and local governments. In 2016 alone, over USD 2.5 billion was provided to the Canadian aircraft manufacturer. 
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  Economic Summary: MBA Mortgage Applications rebound following last week's losses

Economic Data Summary:

  • Weekly MBA Mortgage Applications 2.3% (Last Week was -3.2%).

Upcoming Economic Data:

  • Weekly Initial Claims due out Thursday at 8:30 (Briefing.com consensus of 250K; Last Week was 246K)
  • Weekly Continuing Claims due out Thursday at 8:30 (Briefing.com consensus of; was 2.046 M )
  • December Wholesale Inventories due out Thursday at 10:00 (Briefing.com consensus of 1.0%; 1.0% was 1.0% )

Upcoming Fed/Treasury Events:

  • The Treasury is expected to auction off new debt this week.
    • Wednesday: $23 bln in 10 Year Treasury Note Auction
    • Thursday: $15 bln in 30 Year Treasury Bond Auction

Other International Events of Interest

  • The People's Bank of China lowered the yuan fix to a two-week low of 6.8849 and decided to forego reverse repurchase operations for the fourth consecutive day. China Information Daily commented on monetary policy, saying the PBoC has no conditions for a rate hike and will remain flexible instead.
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  Hearing Natl Oilwell Varco was upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBS  (39.12 -0.17)
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  Nordstrom opens lower following cautious commentary from Cleveland Research regarding Q4 SSS  (42.56 -0.22)
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  Time Warner Q4 Earnings Call Notes  (96.65 +0.43)
  • CNN is the number 1 news network among adults 18-49.
  • Believes CNN is positioned for another record breaking year in 2017.
  • HBO
    • HBO recently surpassed 2 million domestic OTT subscribers.
    • Emphasizing capitalizing on HBO subscriber growth.
  • AT&T (T) Merger
    • Regulatory review process is underway, co is confident the deal will be approved later this year.
  • In Q1 expects advertising revenue to be flat. 
  • Expects solid domestic affiliate revenue growth at Turner.
  • On basketball deals and sports ratings
    • Feels very confident in sports they are in.
    • Ratings in general have improved since the election, seeing better matchups and more competitive games.
    • Seeing strong advertiser demand for both the NBA and NCAA basketball championships.
    • Optimistic about ability to continue growing ratings.
  • Believes they can create more sustainable pipeline in their video game business, and grow mobile.
  • Believes there is a big opportunity in china to create local language content and export content.
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  Hearing Pioneer Natural Resources was upgraded to Buy from Hold at Societe Generale  (173.36 -1.59)
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  Opening Market Summary: Stock Market Opens Wednesday Lower

The S&P 500 opened Wednesday's session with a modest 0.2% loss as six of its eleven sectors trade in the red.

Countercyclical groups have the upper hand in early action with consumer staples, utilities, telecom services, and real estate holding gains between 0.2% and 0.4%. However, the largest defensive space by weight, health care (-0.6%), trades lower after Gilead Sciences (GILD 66.07, -7.00) issued negative guidance following yesterday's close.

On the cyclical side, five of the six spaces trade lower with energy (-1.0%) leading the retreat. The consumer discretionary sector (+0.2%) bucks the bearish trend with Walt Disney (DIS 110.69, +1.87) up 1.6% after the company's better than expected earnings per share results have overshadowed a miss on revenues.

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  Flowserve continues opening strength; stock now up +1.8%, hearing upgraded to Buy at BofA/Merrill  (50.49 +0.90)
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  Emerson upgrade details — to Neutral at UBS; tgt raised to $64  (61.81 -0.73)UBS upgrades EMR to Neutral from Sell and raises their tgt to $64 from $51. Near the end of fiscal 2016, Emerson's process automation orders were tracking down high teens on a percentage basis, which firm expected to put significant pressure on Emerson's FY17 Automation Solutions revs. Given high decremental margins in that business, they saw downside risk to Emerson's fiscal 2017 EPS guidance of $2.35-$2.50. But December orders (single month) turned up mid-single digits for Emerson's Automation Solutions business and 1Q17 results were better than we expected. Additionally, N. Am. and Asia were drivers of the improvement in December.
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 Early Options Activity

Taking an early look at the options market, we found the following names that may be worth watching throughout the day for further indication of investor expectations given their options volume and implied volatility movement.

Stocks seeing volatility buying (bullish call buying/bearish put buying):

Calls:

  • ABX Weekly Feb10 19.5 calls are seeing interest with 2200 contracts trading vs. open int of 8520, pushing implied vol up around 2 points to ~40% — co is confirmed to report earnings February 15 after the close (outside of weekly expiration).  Co is expected to present at two additional times in February, outside of weekly expiration.

Puts:

  • ANF Feb 11 puts are seeing interest with 2000 contracts trading vs. open int of 1640, pushing implied vol up around 5 points to ~52% — co is expected to report earnings early March.

Stocks seeing volatility selling:

  • GT, AGN, GRUB implied vol is lower following earnings/guidance

Sentiment: The CBOE Put/Call ratio is currently: 1.14… VIX: (11.82, +0.53, +4.7%).
February 17 is options expiration — the last day to trade February equity options.
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  Notable movers of interest: MCHP +6.6% on Q3 EPS and revenue beats, guidance

The following are some of today's most notable movers of interest, categorized by market capitalization (large cap over $10 billion and mid cap between $2-10 billion) and ranked by % change (all stocks over 100K average daily volume).

Large Cap Gainers

  • MCHP (74.24 +6.63%): Reports Q3 EPS and revenue beats; guides Q4 EPS above consensus, revs above consensus.
  • CTSH (55.6 +3.36%): Reports Q4 EPS beat; guides Q1 revenues above consensus.
  • TWTR (18.29 +0.05%): Upgraded to buy at BTG research.

Large Cap Losers

  • GILD (65.85 -9.95%): Guides FY17 revenue below consensus; downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup.
  • PAA (31 -4%): Reports Q4 EPS miss.
  • ABB (22.58 -3.73%): Shares fall on Q4 EPS miss.

Mid Cap Gainers

  • COHR (190.35 +17.98%): Reports Q1 EPS and revenue beats.
  • LITE (43 +6.97%): Reports Q2 EPS beat; guides Q3 EPS midpoint above estimates
  • PNRA (226.49 +5.7%): Shares rise on Q4 EPS beat; Q4 comparable net bakery-cafe sales increased 3.0%.

Mid Cap Losers

  • ZG (34.05 -8.37%): Down despite reporting Q4 EPS and revenue beats; guides Q1 revenues in-line, guides FY17 revenues in-line.
  • PE (30.57 -8.3%): To acquire oil/gas properties in Midland Basin from Double Eagle Energy Permian for approx $2.8 bln, prices 36 mln shares of Class A common stock for total gross proceeds $1.116 bln.
  • GRUB (38.15 -7.65%): Shares fall on Q4 EPS miss.
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  Sector Summary: Technology (XLK +0.12%) trading higher today, modestly ahead of the broader market

The tech sector — XLK — trades modestly ahead of the broader market. Semiconductors, meanwhile, display relative strength as the SOX index trades +0.07%. Within the SOX index, SIMO (+4.85%) outperforms, while NVDA (-1.85%) lags. Among other major indices, the SPY is trading 0.10% lower, while the QQQ -0.02% and the NASDAQ -0.16% trade modestly lower on the session. Among tech bellwethers, VOD (+1.72%) is showing relative strength, while QCOM (-0.71%) lags.

Notable gainers following earnings:

  • COHR (+17.5%) reported better than expected Q1 EPS and revs, SCSC (+10.2%) reported mixed Q2 results and gave in-line Q3 guidance, MCHP (+6.4%), CTSH (+3.0%)

Notable laggards following earnings:

  • AKAM (-12.4%) reported better than expected Q4 EPS and revs; guided Q1 EPS ahead of expectations, revs in-line, CSRA (-7.0%), ULTI (-5.3%), BR (-1.0%)

Gainers on news:

  • CTSH (+2.6%) co entered into a cooperation agreement with Elliott Management.

Laggards on news:

  • SITO (-2.2%) co sold remaining portion of its legacy Wireless Applications business to 3Cinteractive for $400k in cash.
  • PCLN (-0.4%) co to acquire the Momondo Group for $550 mln.
  • ACN (-0.4%) co to acquire US federal govt services business of Endgame, a privately held endpoint detection and response cybersecurity software company; Terms not disclosed .

Among notable analyst upgrades:

  • FIS (+2.4%) upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse
  • IPHI (-2.4%) to Outperform from Market Perform at Cowen
  • TWTR (+0.1%) to Buy from Neutral at BTIG Research
  • MCHP (+7.2%) to Strong Buy from Buy at Needham

Among notable analyst downgrades:

  • SPSC (-22.8%) downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at William Blair
  • SPSC (-22.8%) to Sector Weight from Overweight at Pacific Crest
  • SPSC (-22.8%) to Hold from Buy at Canaccord Genuity
  • YNDX (-2.1%) to Hold from Buy at Raiffeisen
  • MBT (-1.3%) to Reduce from Hold at Raiffeisen
  • NTGR (-8.8%) to Mkt Perform from Outperform at Raymond James

Scheduled to report earnings after the bell:

  • AOSL BLKB CTL CMP CRAY ECHO FISV FORM FORR GLUU IMPV NSIT KS LLNW LPSN MXL MB PAYC QLYS QNST SNCR TRMB TTMI TYL VRNS WSTL ZEN

Scheduled to report earnings tomorrow morning:

  • APPS LQDT MMS TU TDC TZOO TRMR TWTR VRTU WILN
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  Retractable Technologies discloses it filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the Supreme Court of the United States to review the December 2, 2016 Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Retractable’s case against Becton, Dickinson and Company (BDX)  (1.08 0.00)
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 Sector Summary: S&P Consumer Discretionary Index 0.2%, outperforming the broader marketThe consumer discretionary group is outpacing the broader market in early trade. The retail group is also outperforming — the Retail HOLDRS Trust (RTH) +0.3% and the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) +0.2%.

Notable earnings/guidance

  • Trading higher following earnings/guidanceCSTE +12.8%, PNRA +5.9%, PIR 5.7% (reiterates Q4 guidance), CTRN 3.7% (reports Q4 revs of $185.5 mln vs $186.70 mln two analyst estimate; comps +3.4%),   BWLD +3%, MDLZ +2.8%, ORLY +1.3%, URBN 0.9% (reports prelim Q4 sales of $1.03 bln vs. $1.05 bln Capital IQ Consensus Estimate),  DIS +0.7%
  • Trading lower following earnings/guidance: GRUB -7.5%, TCS -7.9%
  • Near unchanged mark following earnings/guidance: TWX
In the news:
  • Leaders: CMG 2.2% (Pershing Square affirms unchanged active stake- discloses entry into registration rights agreement with the company pursuant to December 14 Letter Agreement), KORS 2.6% (rebounding — held support at the 36 level after missing sales estimates and cutting guidance yesterday morning: Analyst Color),  DPS 0.5% (initiated with a Outperform at Credit Suisse), LOW +0.4%  (Caesarstone announces collaboration with Lowe's)
  • LaggardsAMC -4.9% (commences an underwritten public offering of the Co's common stock for the amount of $500.0 million), FOXA -1.4% (Fox Television Stations says anticipates receiving approximately $350 mln in proceeds resulting from the FCC's recently completed reverse auction for broadcast spectrum)
  • Nearly unchangedJWN (cautious commentary from Cleveland Research regarding Q4 SSS)
  • M&A relatedMDP -1.2% and TIME 0.8% (Meredith and group of investors might move ahead with acquisition of TIME, according to WSJ)
Other notable trends
  • For profit education names are seeing continued weakness following President Trumps Education Sec pick Betsy Devos was approved:  APEI -2.6%, LINC -2%, CECO -1.9%, UTI -1.5%, BPI -1.5%, DV -1.2%, CPLA -1.1%, EDU -1%, LOPE -0.9%, NORD -0.7%, GHC -0.3%

Looking ahead:

  • On the earnings front: CAA, WFM report earnings today after the close; BZH, CVS, MNI, K, VIAB, WWE, GCI, DNKN report tomorrow before the open. 
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  Summary of Weekly Petroleum Data for the Week Ending Feb 3, 2017

Production: U.S. crude oil refinery inputs avgd 15.9 mln barrels per day during the week ending February 3, 2017, 54,000 barrels per day less than the previous week's avg. Refineries operated at 87.7% of their operable capacity last week. Gasoline production increased last week, averaging 9.8 mln barrels per day. Distillate fuel production increased last week, averaging 4.8 mln barrels per day.

Imports: U.S. crude oil imports avgd about 9.4 mln barrels per day last week, up by 1.1 mln barrels per day from the previous week. Over the last four weeks, crude oil imports avgd about 8.5 mln barrels per day, 10.0% above the same four-week period last year. Total motor gasoline imports (including both finished gasoline and gasoline blending components) last week avgd 811,000 barrels per day. Distillate fuel imports avgd 209,000 barrels per day last week.

Inventory: U.S. commercial crude oil inventories (excluding those in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve) increased by 13.8 mln barrels from the previous week. At 508.6 mln barrels, U.S. crude oil inventories are above the upper limit of the avg range for this time of year. Total motor gasoline inventories decreased by 0.9 mln barrels last week, but are above the upper limit of the avg range. Both finished gasoline inventories and blending components inventories decreased last week. Distillate fuel inventories remained unchanged last week and are above the upper limit of the avg range for this time of year. Propane/propylene inventories fell 6.9 mln barrels last week but are in the middle of the avg range. Total commercial petroleum inventories increased by 1.4 mln barrels last week.

Demand: Total products supplied over the last four-week period avgd about 19.9 mln barrels per day, up by 0.3% from the same period last year. Over the last four weeks, motor gasoline product supplied avgd over 8.3 mln barrels per day, down by 6.0% from the same period last year. Distillate fuel product supplied avgd about 3.9 mln barrels per day over the last four weeks, up by 7.6% from the same period last year. Jet fuel product supplied is up 6.4% compared to the same four-week period last year.

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  Currency Commentary: Key Levels Remain In Play
  • The Dollar Index saw steady selling pressure starting at 7am but the DXY is showing some signs of holding the 100 level. This will set up as a key test for support as the 100-sma (99.85) has also been in play and providing support over the past week. It has been a quiet night on the economic front so there has been no notable change to the narrative.
  • The euro has been able to rally back for a test of 1.07 but is having difficulty holding the level. This morning Germany held a sale of its 10-year bunds and saw its yields slip 3 bps to 0.33% from the prior month sale. The bid/cover increased to 2.2x from 1.8x suggesting investors were starting to search around for some safe haven plays. 
  • The pound has pressed back to the 1.25 level as it sees a bounce back from yesterday morning's slide. Sterling has broken back above the 20-, 50-, and 100-smas (1.2425-1.2450). That range and the 1.27 area will set up as a key bookend for a potential consolidation pattern in the coming weeks. The Brexit Bill is expected to pass its final hurdle in the U.K. Parliament which should clear the way for Article 50 to be involved at the end of March.
  • The yen broke below the 112 resistance level as it presses to 11.85. The Bank of Japan released its latest Summary of Opinions and noted a concern over the new Trump Administrations view on foreign trade. This will set the tone for the Friday meeting between PM Abe and President Trump. Bank Lending in the region, the Current Account surplus, and Economic Surveys all fell short of expectations.
  • The yuan has held stout in the 6.84 area and has seen little change since China returned from its New Year celebrations. The latest round of economic reports will be released over the next week which will be the focus for markets (BONDX, FOREX). 
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  SPS Commerce downgrade details — to Hold at Canaccord Genuity; tgt lowered to $65  (51.94 -14.38)Canaccord Genuity downgrades SPSC to Hold from Buy and lowers their tgt to $65 from $82 following Q4 earnings noting, «Between a sales structure reorganization, a slowing of retailer lead-gen activities, a generally sluggish retail environment, and another push out of the growth recovery, there are several near-term headwinds that will make it tough for this stock to find incremental buyers. The fact is that it's going to take at least a few quarters before we get a clear sense as to whether this business can again be a 20%+ organic grower or if mid-teens is the new norm. As investors are likely to take a „wait and see“ approach, our guess is that SPSC is likely a grinder in the $60-65 range, in which case the correct rating is HOLD.»
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  Today's biggest % gainers/losersThe following are today's top 20 percentage gainers and top 20 percentage losers, categorized by sectors (over $300 mln market cap and 100K average daily volume).

Today's top 20 % gainers
  • Healthcare: FMI (24.56 +12.12%), MYGN (17.08 +10.91%), PBYI (36.9 +9.01%), GBT (17.88 +6.4%)
  • Materials: NGD (3.03 +7.07%), SSRI (12.14 +5.66%)
  • Industrials: CSTE (33.8 +12.67%), BCO (48.15 +10.44%)
  • Consumer Discretionary: PNRA (229.72 +7.21%)
  • Information Technology: COHR (190.04 +17.79%), LITE (45.14 +12.29%), JIVE (4.39 +11.14%), SCSC (44.1 +9.98%), CALD (20.4 +8.22%), MCHP (74.91 +7.59%)MOMO (24.27 +6.59%), MOBL (4.55 +5.81%)
  • Financials: WD (35.72 +11.28%), CHI (10.82 +8.31%)
  • Consumer Staples: UVV (79.6 +12.99%)
Today's top 20 % losers
  • Healthcare: CHRS (23 -13.7%), GILD (66.34 -9.28%), CRIS (2.59 -5.13%), FGEN (22.8 -4.6%)
  • Industrials: WAIR (13.1 -12.67%)
  • Consumer Discretionary: GCI (8.89 -4.31%), AMC (31.15 -4.15%), YUMC (26.94 -4.13%)
  • Information Technology: ORBK (30.47 -12.27%), AKAM (62.77 -11.74%), NTGR (52.6 -8.28%), ZG (34.33 -7.62%), CMCM (9.56 -7.45%), Z (34.27 -7.05%), CSRA (30.4 -6.61%)
  • Financials: AIZ (90.54 -6.66%), CG (16.23 -5.34%), ICE (57.33 -4.34%)
  • Energy: PE (30.9 -7.29%), GMLP (23.14 -5.7%)
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  Today's most active stocksThe following are today's most active stocks ranked by volume and relative volume, categorized by sectors (over $300 mln market cap and 100K average daily volume).

Today's top 20 volume
  • Healthcare: GILD (27.15 mln -9.28%)
  • Materials: FCX (13.68 mln +0.99%), VALE (10.64 mln +1.19%), GPK (9.6 mln +1.38%)
  • Industrials: GE (10.72 mln -0.85%)
  • Information Technology: AMD (36.66 mln +3.23%), ZNGA (19.33 mln -3.11%), NUAN (18.32 mln +4.15%), TWTR (11.56 mln +0.55%), MU (9.16 mln -1.42%), FB (8.98 mln +1.67%), CTSH (8.89 mln +3.87%)
  • Financials: BAC (48.08 mln -1.4%)
  • Energy: PE (21.05 mln -7.29%), CHK (20.02 mln -0.16%), SDRL (10.32 mln +0.54%), ESV (9.98 mln -1.99%), PBR (8.57 mln -0.25%), WFT (8.14 mln +0.51%)
  • Telecommunication Services: S (8.28 mln +3.66%)
Today's top relative volume (current volume to 1-month average daily volume)
  • Healthcare: CHRS (9.33x -13.7%), FMI (3.09x +12.12%)
  • Industrials: CSTE (3.59x +12.67%)
  • Consumer Discretionary: AMC (19.68x -4.15%), BWLD (4.45x +1.37%), CTB (3.63x +2.31%), HOME (3.17x -1.46%)
  • Information Technology: NUAN (7.01x +4.15%), ORBK (6.52x -12.27%), AKAM (5x -11.74%), IPHI (4.41x +2.15%), GRUB (4.25x -3.17%), COHR (3.8x +17.79%)CSRA (3.54x -6.61%)
  • Financials: VMBS (6.68x +0.15%), KBWB (3.46x -1.14%)
  • Energy: GMLP (7.35x -5.7%), PE (6.22x -7.29%)
  • Telecommunication Services: DCM (3.2x +0%)
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  Tesaro — volume alert  (180.73 +17.78)
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  Clovis Oncology shares jumping in sympathy following Tesaro (TSRO) headlines  (62.96 +2.96)
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  Today's biggest point gainers/losersBiggest point gainers: COHR 193.58 +32.24, PNRA 229.44 +15.17, UVV 79.23 +8.78, PXD 182.90 +7.95, GWPH 129.53 +5.60, MCHP 74.95 +5.33, LITE 45.45 +5.25, ORLY 267.27 +5.08, THO 109.53 +5.02, AGN 237.42 +4.81, KFRC 25.90 +4.55, BCO 48.00 +4.40, CMG 402.96 +4.32, ALK 98.31 +4.21, CSTE 33.80 +3.80 132.57(3.06), WD 35.75 +3.65 78.65(3), EEFT 76.06 +3.59 12.81(2.94), NTES 261.44 +3.41, TSLA 260.82 +3.34, GRA 72.63 +3.03, BWLD 152.65 +2.85, PBYI 36.70 +2.85, BABA 103.54 +2.71, FMI 24.52 +2.62, IIVI 39.15 +2.55

Biggest point losers: SPSC 54.00 -12.32, AKAM 62.53 -8.59, GILD 66.02 -7.11, ULTI 192.86 -6.70, AIZ 90.53 -6.48, USNA 56.35 -6.30, ORBK 30.05 -4.68, WCG 141.63 -4.41, NTGR 53.15 -4.20, LOGM 97.65 -3.45, CHRS 23.28 -3.38, ZG 34.38 -2.78, CME 116.08 -2.65, Z 34.26 -2.61, ICE 57.38 -2.55, PE 30.88 -2.45, IBB 280.24 -2.17, GS 237.54 -2.08, CSRA 30.47 -2.08, VMC 119.86 -1.94, WAIR 13.08 -1.93, WDC 77.22 -1.83, URI 124.50 -1.74, EVR 77.30 -1.60, GWR 72.18 -1.57
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 New Supply

Treasury Auction Preview

  • $23 bln 10-year Treasury auction (results at 13:00 ET)
    • Prior auction results:
      • High yield: 2.34%
      • Bid-to-cover: 2.58
      • Indirect bid: 70.5%
      • Direct bid: 8.7%
    • Average results of prior 12-auctions:
      • High yield: 1.847%
      • Bid-to-cover: 2.50
      • Indirect bid: 63.1%
      • Direct bid: 9.1%
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  Hearing Alcobra was upgraded to Buy from Neutral at ROTH Capital  (1.27 +0.06)
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  European Markets Closing PricesEuropean markets are now closed; stock markets across Europe performed as follows:
  • UK's FTSE: + 0.0%
  • Germany's DAX: -0.1%
  • France's CAC: + 0.3%
  • Spain's IBEX: 0.0%
  • Portugal's PSI: -0.1%
  • Italy's MIB Index: + 0.6%
  • Irish Ovrl Index: + 0.1%
  • Greece ASE General Index: -2.0%
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  Gemphire Therapeutics: Excel Ventures discloses 8.7% passive stake  (10.50 0.00)
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  Rumor Round Up

Rumor Activity was active today

  • WSJ reported that Meredith (MDP 60.55 -0.65) and group of investors might move ahead with acquisition of Time (TIME 18.80 +0.15).
  • Bloomberg detailed that Barrick Gold (ABX 19.56 +0.23) potential sale of its stake in the Kalgoorlie Super Pit mine has stalled.
  • Reuters reported that some acquires might be interested in Tesaro (TSRO 163.21 +20.56).
  • NYPost reported that Henkel AG (HENKY 106.34 +2.31) is in talks to acquire Sealed Air (SEE 50.26 +0.76) professional cleaning unit.
  • FT detailed that LOreal (LRLCY 37.07 +0.34) might sell The Body Shop.

While many rumors circulate during the day, and the validity of the source of these rumors can be questionable, the speculation may increase volatility in the near term

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  Aehr Test Systems: JMS Capital Group Wealth Services discloses 5.38% active stake  (3.49 +1.28)John Schneider, the reporting person, has become a member of the Board of Directors of the Issuer. Mr. Schneider has no plans to change the number or the term of the directors of the Issuer.
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  Market Internals

The broader market is split at the moment, with only the Nasdaq Composite in the green, up now less than a point (+0.00%) to 5674, the Dow Jones Industrial Average for its part declines by 41 (-0.20%) to 20049, and the S&P 500 sheds less than one point (-0.03%) to 2292. Action has come on higher than average volume (NYSE 333 vs. avg. of 321; NASDAQ 895 mln vs. avg. of 771), with decliners outpacing advancers (NYSE 1410/1560, NASDAQ 964/1755) and new highs outpacing new lows (NYSE 57/22, NASDAQ 79/37).

Relative Strength:

US Gasoline-UGA +2.8%, Turkey-TUR +2.3%, Jr. Gold Miners-GDXJ +1.9%, Copper-JJC +1.7%, China Lg. Cap-FXI +1.5%, Silver Miners-SIL +1.5%, Base Metals-DBB +1.4%, Gold Miners-GDX +1.4%, Platinum-PPLT +1.2%, Hong Kong-EWJ +0.9%, Mexico-EWW +0.9%, Indian Rupee-ICN +0.8%, India-INP +0.8%, Emrg. Mkts.-EWX +0.8%.

Relative Weakness:

Greece-GREK -2.5%, Emrg. Mkts. M. East&Africa-GAF -2.2%, Shipping-SEA -1.9%, US Broker/Dealers-IAI -1.7%, Reg. Banking-KRE -1.6%, Banking-KBE -1.6%, US Fincl. Svcs.-IYG -1.2%, Colombia-GXG -1.0%, Infrastructure-GRID -0.9%, Oil Svcs.-OIH -0.9%, Russia-RSX -0.5%, Austria-EWO -0.5%, Spain-EWP -0.4%, S. Korea-EWY -0.3%.

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  Sector Summary: Industrials trade lower than the broader market; Alaska Air (ALK) +2.5% on Q4 EPS and revenue beats

The Industrials sector (XLI) is trading -0.2% lower today, lower than the broader market (SPY +0.0%). In the Industrial Sector, Southwest Air (LUV -0.9%) and Air France-KLM (AFLYY +4.3%) report January preliminary traffic.

Earnings/Guidance

  • ABB Ltd (ABB -3.4%) reports Q4 earnings of $0.33 per share, $0.02 worse than the $0.35 consensus; revenues fell 2.7% year/year to $8.99 bln vs the $9.03 bln consensus.
    • Macroeconomic and geopolitical developments are signaling a mixed picture with continued uncertainty. Some macroeconomic signs remain positive in the United States and growth in China is expected to continue. The overall global market remains impacted by modest growth and increased uncertainties, e.g., Brexit in Europe and geopolitical tensions in various parts of the world. Oil prices and foreign exchange translation effects are expected to continue to influence the company's results. With this and the ongoing transformation of ABB, we expect 2017 to be a transitional year.
  • Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (MITSY +2.1%) reported fiscal YTD 2016 EPS of JPY 128.50 vs JPY 74.98 last year; revs +13.3% YoY to JPY 3.175 trillion
  • Moller Maersk (AMKBY -4.1%) reports Q4 underlying net loss of $63 mln; revs declined 2.6% YoY to $8.89 bln.
    • Co expects an underlying profit above 2016 ($711 mln as reference) in 2017.
    • Gross capital expenditure for 2017 is expected to be $5.5-6.5 bln (up from $5.0 bln this year)
  • Alaska Air (ALK +2.5%) reports Q4 earnings of $1.56 per share, excluding non-recurring items, $0.16 better than the consensus of $1.40; revenues rose 10.7% year/year to $1.52 bln vs the $1.45 bln consensus.
    • Q1 guidance: capacity +6%, adj. cost/unit ex-fuel flat, fuel +6%.
    • FY17 capacity +8.5%, cost flat with fuel +7%.
  • Jacobs (JEC -3.3%) reports Q1 earnings of $0.68 per share, excluding non-recurring items, $0.05 better than the Capital IQ Consensus of $0.63; revenues fell 10.4% year/year to $2.55 bln vs the $2.63 bln consensus.
    • «The continuing positive trends in unit margins, cash flows, and working capital reflect the cultural change and added financial rigor we are seeing at Jacobs. While our outlook for the year remains unchanged, we are committed to enhancing shareholder value and are very pleased to return excess capital to our shareholders in the form of our inaugural $0.15 quarterly dividend that was recently announced, as well as the continuation of our share repurchase program.»

Additional Industrials reporting earnings/guidance:  VLVLY -1.6% AMKBY -4.1% OC -1.6% GWR -1.1% HCSG -0.1% BCO +9.9% ROLL -1.8% FLOW -3.3% ESE -7.1% WAIR -12.8% LABL -2.2% ARCB -2.9% KFRC +17.2% THR -2.7% POWL -8.6% SPA -1.9% OESX +0.00%

News

  • Emerson's (EMR -0.3%) acquisition of Pentair's (PNR %) valves and controls business cleared by the EU.
  • Southwest Air (LUV %-0.9) reports January preliminary traffic statistics:
    • Flew 9.4 billion revenue passenger miles (RPMs) in January, +4.6% y/y.
    • Available seat miles (ASMs) increased 6.2% to 12.3 billion in January 2017, compared with January 2016 ASMs of 11.5 billion.
    • The January 2017 load factor was 76.3%, compared with 77.5 percent in January 2016.
  • Air France-KLM (AFLYY +4.3%) reports Jan traffic increased 5.3% YoY
    • 6.1 million passengers +4.7%
    • Load Factor 86.0% (+0.7pp)

Broker Research

Upgrades

  • UPS (UPS +0.5%) upgraded to Buy from Hold at Aegis Capital.
  • USA Truck (USAK +4.8%) upgraded to Mkt Perform from Mkt Underperform at Avondale.
  • Emerson (EMR -0.3%) upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBS and raises their target to $64 from $51.
  • kforce.com (KFRC +17.1%) upgraded to Mkt Outperform from Mkt Perform at Avondale.
  • ABB Ltd (ABB -3.4%) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Natixis

Other

  • Cowen raises their Spirit Airlines (SAVE -2.9%) tgt to $59 from $58.
  • RBC Capital Mkts raises their Ametek (AME +1.1%) tgt to $60 from $57.
  • RBC Capital Mkts raises their Atkore (ATKR -0.3%) tgt to $30 from $28.
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  Earnings Calendar for Wednesday, February 8th
  • Today after the close look for the following companies to report:
    • PRU, SU, WFM, CTL, YUM, PPC, NSIT, FISV, CINF, CAA, GPRE, LGF.A, BGC, EFX, KS, UHAL, AHL, TBI, WGL, TTMI, BHE, ENS, HNI, TRMB, AEL, DNB, FLT, OII, CXW, ENSG, ECHO, CMP, CLW, PRI, CRAY, MTRX, SCSS, FWRD, IRBT, MC, TYL, BLKB, OHI, RLGT, PSEC, CDE, SNCR, REG, PDM, RYN, FORM, CUZ, AOSL, ZEN, MXL, PAYC, FORR, IO, FTK, IMPV, QNST, LPSN, VRNS, QLYS, QDEL, GLUU, LLNW, MB, GBDC, OSUR, PNNT, MTGE, MNR, FLDM, WSTL, GEOS, ALNY, AGTC
  • Tomorrow before the open look for the following companies to report:
    • CVS, MFC, KO, BAM, CMI, TU, VIAB, TRI, OXY, DTE, COTY, BWA, WLTW, SEE, MAS, THS, NLSN, FAF, DAN, UFS, SON, ROP, GCI, TWTR, VSTO, CLF, BGCP, WOOF, TKR, TDC, MMS, ALLE, STC, LCII, BZH, WMS, PDS, IVC, MNI, KKR, PTEN, VRTU, DNKN, WWE, MPW, MANU, AGI, MDSO, ETM, COR, MPAA, USPH, PRLB, LQDT, TRMR, ARRY, TZOO, WILN, AHH, APPS
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 Midday Market Summary: Major Averages Slightly Lower at Midday

The major averages have recouped some of their early losses to sit just below their flat lines at midday. The S&P 500 sits 0.1% lower, while the small-cap Russell 2000 (-0.7%) underperforms.

Countercyclical sectors have had the upper hand thus far, with consumer staples (+0.3%), utilities (+1.0%), telecom services (+0.4%), and real estate (+0.8%) all trading higher. On the other hand, health care (-0.4%) is holding a modest loss as biotech names weigh.

The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB 280.04, -2.37) is lower by 0.8% due in large part to a 9.9% plunge in the shares of Gilead Sciences (GILD 65.90, -7.22). The dive has taken place in reaction to the company's negative guidance for 2017, which has overshadowed better than expected results. However, a positive earnings report and above-consensus guidance from Allergan (AGN 236.50, +3.89) has mitigated some of the health care space's loss.

On the cyclical side, financials (-1.1%) sit at the bottom of the day's leaderboard, a space once occupied by the energy sector(-0.3%). Energy has moved up from its session low in tandem with an uptick in crude oil. The commodity held solid losses this morning but counter-intuitively jumped into positive territory after data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed a huge 13.8 million barrel build in oil inventories. WTI crude currently trades 0.2% higher at $52.41/bbl.

Consumer discretionary (+0.4%) and technology (+0.1%) are the only cyclical spaces to buck the cautious tone. Consumer discretionary has seen a bump from the earnings front as large-cap names Walt Disney (DIS 109.61, +0.62), Time Warner (TWX 96.55, +0.32), and O'Reilly Automotive (ORLY 273.00, +10.78) reported quarterly results between yesterday's close and today's open.

ORLY has seen the biggest jump, adding 4.0%, after beating earnings estimates. Similarly, Walt Disney and Time Warner are up 0.6% and 0.4% after both companies beat earnings expectations. In addition, TWX reported better than expected revenues.

The Treasury market currently sits at its highest level of the day as the fed funds futures market has seen a decrease in the implied probability of a March rate hike. The implied probability has declined to 4.4% from yesterday's 8.9%. The benchmark 10-yr yield is lower by seven basis points at 2.33%.

Despite the downtick in odds for March, the fed funds futures market continues pointing to June (58.4%) as the most likely window for the next hike.

Today's lone economic report, the weekly MBA Mortgage Index, increased 2.3% to follow last week's 3.2% decline.

Investors will not receive any more economic data on Wednesday.

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 Auction Out

Treasury Auction Results 

  • $23 bln 10-year Treasury auction
    • Auction results
      • High yield: 2.333% (1.9-basis point tail)
      • Bid-to-cover: 2.29
      • Indirect bid: 65.1%
      • Direct bid: 4.4%
    • Average results of prior 12-auctions
      • High yield: 1.847%
      • Bid-to-cover: 2.50
      • Indirect bid: 63.1%
      • Direct bid: 9.1%
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  Stocks/ETFs that traded to new 52 week highs/lows this session
  • Nasdaq:
    • Highs (66): AKAO, ADBE, ADES, ADI, AMAT, ARIA, AUDC, BEAV, BKMU, BBGI, ITEQ, AVGO, CDW, CAMT, TAST, CRNT, CZWI, CIVB, COHR, EMKR, ECPG, ESPR, FGBI, FUSB, FLL, GLAD, IAC, IIVI, IRTC, SOXX, KLXI, KMDA, KFRC, TREE, LOXO, LITE, MSBF, MBUU, MAR, MASI, MTLS, MXIM, MCHP, NEOT, UEPS, NTCT, NUVA, ON, PNRA, PCYG, PME, PXLW, QQQ, TQQQ, RDWR, SCSC, SHLO, SLAB, SAMG, TSRO, TTMI, TTWO, VIAV, WCST, YHOO, ZLTQ
    • Lows (30): ACET, AOBC, ANGI, AGTC, BSTG, CCIH, CROX, DCTH, DXLG, ECYT, XOG, FCEL, GALE, GIII, GILD, ENT, GPOR, HIMX, LFVN, NK, PLUG, METC, RGSE, SRSC, SHLD, SHOS, SFM, TVIA, TST, XOMA
  • NYSE:
    • Highs (38): A, ALK, ARE, RESI, MO, AM, APO, ARNC, ATH, ATHM, BCO, CDI, DPZ, EVG, ENIA, GKOS, HRG, HGV, HMC, HBM, IPHI, ITUB, KKR, MXL, MC, MPSX, RAI, ROL, SWX, SCM, TSU, EMF, THO, TCI, UVV, VNTV, WD, WYN
    • Lows (21): ADPT, EAT, CGG, TCS, DECK, DIN, FIT, FRO, GNC, FRAC, KEP, LN, OXM, RRTS, STNG, SIG, SSI, TPX, TEVA, TDW, VFC
  • NYSE MKT:
    • Highs (2): CET, INTT
    • Lows (1): VII
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  Today's biggest % gainers/losersThe following are today's top 20 percentage gainers and top 20 percentage losers, categorized by sectors (over $300 mln market cap and 100K average daily volume).

Today's top 20 % gainers
  • Healthcare: FMI (24.56 +12.12%), MYGN (17.08 +10.91%), PBYI (36.9 +9.01%), GBT (17.88 +6.4%)
  • Materials: NGD (3.03 +7.07%), SSRI (12.14 +5.66%)
  • Industrials: CSTE (33.8 +12.67%), BCO (48.15 +10.44%)
  • Consumer Discretionary: PNRA (229.72 +7.21%)
  • Information Technology: COHR (190.04 +17.79%), LITE (45.14 +12.29%), JIVE (4.39 +11.14%), SCSC (44.1 +9.98%), CALD (20.4 +8.22%), MCHP (74.91 +7.59%)MOMO (24.27 +6.59%), MOBL (4.55 +5.81%)
  • Financials: WD (35.72 +11.28%), CHI (10.82 +8.31%)
  • Consumer Staples: UVV (79.6 +12.99%)
Today's top 20 % losers
  • Healthcare: CHRS (23 -13.7%), GILD (66.34 -9.28%), CRIS (2.59 -5.13%), FGEN (22.8 -4.6%)
  • Industrials: WAIR (13.1 -12.67%)
  • Consumer Discretionary: GCI (8.89 -4.31%), AMC (31.15 -4.15%), YUMC (26.94 -4.13%)
  • Information Technology: ORBK (30.47 -12.27%), AKAM (62.77 -11.74%), NTGR (52.6 -8.28%), ZG (34.33 -7.62%), CMCM (9.56 -7.45%), Z (34.27 -7.05%), CSRA (30.4 -6.61%)
  • Financials: AIZ (90.54 -6.66%), CG (16.23 -5.34%), ICE (57.33 -4.34%)
  • Energy: PE (30.9 -7.29%), GMLP (23.14 -5.7%)
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  XBiotech discloses that it has been granted more time to submit its responses to the Day 180 List of Outstanding Issues by the CHMP in connection with the Marketing Authorization Application for Xilonix  (11.12 -0.10)The Company was granted an additional 30 days to submit its responses, extending the «clock-stop» period to March 22, 2017. This extension will allow sufficient time for the Company to complete a pharmacokinetic study in healthy subjects. Data from this study is intended to generate additional time points for pk analysis. These findings are intended to address the relevant LoOIs and will be included in theCompany's response submission scheduled for March 22nd.
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GILD
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sereja К

 если не осилит выше 66 (надо смотреть по ленте) то можно попродавать
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sereja К

 ну или либо вот такой вот ложный пробойчик 
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 AKAM
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 LITE
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