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Nokia's only viable strategic options sale of company or assets, says JPMorgan » 15:07
02/26/20
02/26
15:07
02/26/20
15:07
NOK

Nokia

$4.20 /

+0.28 (+7.15%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$8.50 /

+0.16 (+1.92%)

, SSNLF

Samsung

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, AAPL

Apple

$291.56 /

+3.48 (+1.21%)

, CSCO

Cisco

$42.07 /

-0.66 (-1.54%)

After Bloomberg reported…

After Bloomberg reported that Nokia (NOK) is working with advisers to explore strategic options, JPMorgan analyst Sandeep Deshpande said that the company's "only viable" options are a sale to an unrelated tech company or asset sales. A deal with Ericsson (ERIC) is "completely unlikely" and one with Samsung (SSNLF) is "more likely but not substantially so" given that Western governments and regulators want more players in 5G, not less, Deshpande contends. A sale to a U.S. company would likely be welcomed in the U.S., but "obvious choices" such as Cisco (CSCO) or Apple (AAPL) are unlikely to be interested, the analyst believes. While a smaller U.S. technology company exposed to government contracts could have interest, he cannot identify an "obvious acquirer," added Deshpande, who has a Neutral rating and EUR 3.75 price target on Nokia shares.

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Week in Review: How Trump's policies moved stocks » 07:34
02/15/20
02/15
07:34
02/15/20
07:34
AMZN

Amazon.com

$2,135.08 /

-14.65 (-0.68%)

, MSFT

Microsoft

$185.38 /

+1.64 (+0.89%)

, TSLA

Tesla

$799.95 /

-4.05 (-0.50%)

, GM

General Motors

$34.76 /

-0.535 (-1.52%)

, WKHS

Workhorse Group

$3.32 /

-0.235 (-6.61%)

, FCAU

Fiat Chrysler

$13.26 /

-0.175 (-1.30%)

, F

Ford

$8.10 /

-0.155 (-1.88%)

, HMC

Honda

$26.80 /

-0.29 (-1.07%)

, NSANY

Nissan

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, TM

Toyota

$140.10 /

-0.91 (-0.65%)

, DDAIF

Daimler AG

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, VWAGY

Volkswagen

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, CSCO

Cisco

$46.97 /

-0.32 (-0.68%)

, NOK

Nokia

$4.33 /

-0.005 (-0.12%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$9.09 /

+0.015 (+0.17%)

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  • 14
    Feb
Periodicals
Cisco disagrees with U.S. proposal to take Nokia, Ericsson stakes, BI reports » 06:24
02/13/20
02/13
06:24
02/13/20
06:24
CSCO

Cisco

$49.94 /

+0.79 (+1.61%)

, NOK

Nokia

$4.42 /

+0.01 (+0.23%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$9.23 /

+0.225 (+2.50%)

Cisco (CSCO) CEO Chuck…

Cisco (CSCO) CEO Chuck Robbins says he disagrees with a Trump administration proposal to take an ownership stake in Nokia (NOK) and Ericsson (ERIC) to counter China's 5G offensive, Business Insider's Benjamin Pimental reports. Reference Link

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Conference/Events
Goldman Sachs to hold a conference » 04:55
02/13/20
02/13
04:55
02/13/20
04:55
ADBE

Adobe

$374.30 /

+5.04 (+1.36%)

, ADTN

Adtran

$9.13 /

+0.24 (+2.70%)

, BILL

Bill.com

$62.95 /

+2.145 (+3.53%)

, CDAY

Ceridian

$69.74 /

+1.195 (+1.74%)

, CHKP

Check Point

$119.31 /

+1.37 (+1.16%)

, CTSH

Cognizant

$69.45 /

+0.26 (+0.38%)

, CTXS

Citrix

$122.00 /

+0.33 (+0.27%)

, EBAY

eBay

$37.14 /

+0.7 (+1.92%)

, FEYE

FireEye

$15.75 /

+0.39 (+2.54%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$9.23 /

+0.225 (+2.50%)

, GOOG

Alphabet

$1,518.40 /

+9.74 (+0.65%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$238.69 /

+2.27 (+0.96%)

, IACI

Ticker changed to IAC

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, INFO

IHS Markit

$80.51 /

-0.08 (-0.10%)

, JBL

Jabil

$39.90 /

+0.7 (+1.79%)

, JNPR

Juniper

$24.44 /

-0.035 (-0.14%)

, LOGI

Logitech

$45.85 /

+0.09 (+0.20%)

, MCHP

Microchip

$109.77 /

+0.84 (+0.77%)

, MSFT

Microsoft

$184.72 /

+0.36 (+0.20%)

, MU

Micron

$59.28 /

+2.02 (+3.53%)

, NOW

ServiceNow

$349.87 /

+6.31 (+1.84%)

, NXPI

NXP Semiconductors

$137.76 /

+2.24 (+1.65%)

, PYPL

PayPal

$118.57 /

-0.27 (-0.23%)

, QCOM

Qualcomm

$91.72 /

+1.75 (+1.95%)

, QRVO

Qorvo

$111.73 /

+3.145 (+2.90%)

, SAP

SAP

$138.17 /

+1.72 (+1.26%)

, ST

Sensata

$49.76 /

+0.355 (+0.72%)

, SWI

SolarWinds

$19.17 /

+0.18 (+0.95%)

, SWKS

Skyworks

$122.97 /

+3.84 (+3.22%)

, TEA

Teavana

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, TWTR

Twitter

$36.79 /

+1.12 (+3.14%)

, TXN

Texas Instruments

$132.44 /

+1.73 (+1.32%)

, UBER

Uber

$41.25 /

+ (+0.00%)

, WDC

Western Digital

$70.40 /

+1.48 (+2.15%)

, WU

Western Union

$26.14 /

-2.085 (-7.39%)

, ZEN

Zendesk

$88.82 /

+0.24 (+0.27%)

Goldman Sachs Technology…

Goldman Sachs Technology & Internet Conference 2020 will be held in San Francisco on February 11-13.

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  • 11
    Feb
Conference/Events
Goldman Sachs to hold a conference » 04:55
02/12/20
02/12
04:55
02/12/20
04:55
ADBE

Adobe

$369.26 /

-0.62 (-0.17%)

, ADTN

Adtran

$8.89 /

+0.28 (+3.25%)

, BILL

Bill.com

$60.80 /

+1.48 (+2.49%)

, CDAY

Ceridian

$68.55 /

-0.535 (-0.77%)

, CHKP

Check Point

$117.94 /

+ (+0.00%)

, CTSH

Cognizant

$69.19 /

-0.18 (-0.26%)

, CTXS

Citrix

$121.67 /

-0.08 (-0.07%)

, EBAY

eBay

$36.44 /

+0.42 (+1.17%)

, FEYE

FireEye

$15.36 /

-0.06 (-0.39%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$9.00 /

+0.305 (+3.51%)

, GOOG

Alphabet

$1,508.66 /

-0.31 (-0.02%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$236.42 /

-0.91 (-0.38%)

, IACI

Ticker changed to IAC

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, INFO

IHS Markit

$80.59 /

-0.48 (-0.59%)

, JBL

Jabil

$39.20 /

+0.68 (+1.77%)

, JNPR

Juniper

$24.47 /

+0.29 (+1.20%)

, LOGI

Logitech

$45.76 /

+0.48 (+1.06%)

, MCHP

Microchip

$108.93 /

+0.77 (+0.71%)

, MSFT

Microsoft

$184.36 /

-4.39 (-2.33%)

, MU

Micron

$57.26 /

-0.08 (-0.14%)

, NOW

ServiceNow

$343.56 /

+1.05 (+0.31%)

, NXPI

NXP Semiconductors

$135.52 /

+2.405 (+1.81%)

, PYPL

PayPal

$118.84 /

-1.16 (-0.97%)

, QCOM

Qualcomm

$89.97 /

+1.38 (+1.56%)

, QRVO

Qorvo

$108.59 /

+3.415 (+3.25%)

, SAP

SAP

$136.45 /

+1.28 (+0.95%)

, ST

Sensata

$49.40 /

+1.62 (+3.39%)

, SWI

SolarWinds

$18.99 /

+0.34 (+1.82%)

, SWKS

Skyworks

$119.13 /

+2.95 (+2.54%)

, TEA

Teavana

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, TWTR

Twitter

$35.67 /

-0.27 (-0.75%)

, TXN

Texas Instruments

$130.71 /

+1.07 (+0.83%)

, UBER

Uber

$41.25 /

+1.23 (+3.07%)

, WDC

Western Digital

$68.92 /

+0.97 (+1.43%)

, WU

Western Union

$28.23 /

-0.085 (-0.30%)

, ZEN

Zendesk

$88.58 /

-0.625 (-0.70%)

Goldman Sachs Technology…

Goldman Sachs Technology & Internet Conference 2020 will be held in San Francisco on February 11-13.

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  • 11
    Feb
Conference/Events
Goldman Sachs to hold a conference » 08:15
02/11/20
02/11
08:15
02/11/20
08:15
ADBE

Adobe

$369.88 /

+3.84 (+1.05%)

, ADTN

Adtran

$8.61 /

-0.015 (-0.17%)

, BILL

Bill.com

$59.32 /

+3.52 (+6.31%)

, CDAY

Ceridian

$69.08 /

+2.13 (+3.18%)

, CHKP

Check Point

$117.94 /

+0.7 (+0.60%)

, CTSH

Cognizant

$69.37 /

-0.24 (-0.34%)

, CTXS

Citrix

$121.75 /

+0.63 (+0.52%)

, EBAY

eBay

$36.02 /

-0.17 (-0.47%)

, FEYE

FireEye

$15.42 /

+0.35 (+2.32%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$8.70 /

-0.07 (-0.80%)

, GOOG

Alphabet

$1,508.97 /

+29.87 (+2.02%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$237.33 /

-0.635 (-0.27%)

, IACI

Ticker changed to IAC

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, INFO

IHS Markit

$81.07 /

+0.67 (+0.83%)

, JBL

Jabil

$38.52 /

-0.18 (-0.47%)

, JNPR

Juniper

$24.18 /

+0.41 (+1.72%)

, LOGI

Logitech

$45.28 /

+0.17 (+0.38%)

, MCHP

Microchip

$108.16 /

+1.93 (+1.82%)

, MSFT

Microsoft

$188.75 /

+4.83 (+2.63%)

, MU

Micron

$57.34 /

+0.46 (+0.81%)

, NOW

ServiceNow

$342.51 /

+1.4 (+0.41%)

, NXPI

NXP Semiconductors

$133.12 /

+0.955 (+0.72%)

, PYPL

PayPal

$120.00 /

+1.07 (+0.90%)

, QCOM

Qualcomm

$88.59 /

+1.17 (+1.34%)

, QRVO

Qorvo

$105.17 /

-0.07 (-0.07%)

, SAP

SAP

$135.17 /

+0.14 (+0.10%)

, ST

Sensata

$47.78 /

+0.23 (+0.48%)

, SWI

SolarWinds

$18.65 /

-0.145 (-0.77%)

, SWKS

Skyworks

$116.18 /

+2.68 (+2.36%)

, TEA

Teavana

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, TWTR

Twitter

$35.94 /

-1.07 (-2.89%)

, TXN

Texas Instruments

$129.64 /

+0.93 (+0.72%)

, UBER

Uber

$40.02 /

-0.61 (-1.50%)

, WDC

Western Digital

$67.95 /

+0.95 (+1.42%)

, WU

Western Union

$28.31 /

+0.65 (+2.35%)

, ZEN

Zendesk

$89.21 /

+2.205 (+2.53%)

Goldman Sachs Technology…

Goldman Sachs Technology & Internet Conference 2020 will be held in San Francisco on February 11-13.

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  • 11
    Feb
Options
Unusually active option classes on open February 10th » 09:40
02/10/20
02/10
09:40
02/10/20
09:40
ERIC

Ericsson

$8.77 /

+ (+0.00%)

, MRNA

Moderna

$23.23 /

+ (+0.00%)

, NOK

Nokia

$4.38 /

+ (+0.00%)

, LYFT

Lyft

$49.99 /

+ (+0.00%)

, PDD

Pinduoduo

$34.25 /

+ (+0.00%)

, FDX

FedEx

$155.72 /

+ (+0.00%)

, GILD

Gilead

$68.86 /

+ (+0.00%)

, BP

BP

$36.36 /

+ (+0.00%)

, CCL

Carnival

$42.19 /

+ (+0.00%)

, LB

L Brands

$23.59 /

+ (+0.00%)

Unusual total active…

Unusual total active option classes on open include: Ericsson (ERIC), Moderna (MRNA), Nokia (NOK), Lyft (LYFT), Pinduoduo (PDD), Fedex (FDX), Gilead (GILD), BP (BP), Carnival (CCL), and L Brands (LB).

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Sony pulls out of Mobile World Congress amid coronavirus fears, Reuters reports » 06:27
02/10/20
02/10
06:27
02/10/20
06:27
SNE

Sony

$70.09 /

-1.44 (-2.01%)

, AMZN

Amazon.com

$2,080.60 /

+28.75 (+1.40%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$8.77 /

+0.45 (+5.41%)

, NVDA

Nvidia

$251.65 /

-2.55 (-1.00%)

Sony (SNE) has withdrawn…

Sony (SNE) has withdrawn from this month's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona over fears related to the coronavirus, Reuters' Makiko Yamazaki and Douglas Busvine report. Amazon (AMZN), LG Electronics, Ericsson (ERIC) and Nvidia (NVDA) have already said they will not attend the conference. "As we place the utmost importance on the safety and wellbeing of our customers, partners, media and employees, we have taken the difficult decision to withdraw from exhibiting and participating at MWC 2020 in Barcelona, Spain," Sony says. Reference Link

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Fly Intel: Top five weekend stock stories » 19:45
02/09/20
02/09
19:45
02/09/20
19:45
SNE

Sony

$70.09 /

-1.44 (-2.01%)

, HPQ

HP Inc.

$21.73 /

-0.095 (-0.44%)

, DELL

Dell Technologies

$51.60 /

-1.25 (-2.37%)

, AAPL

Apple

$320.04 /

-4.41 (-1.36%)

, ERIC

Ericsson

$8.77 /

+0.45 (+5.41%)

, NOK

Nokia

$4.38 /

+0.165 (+3.92%)

, FB

Facebook

$212.34 /

+1.4 (+0.66%)

, FCFS

FirstCash

$84.88 /

-0.655 (-0.77%)

, KHC

Kraft Heinz

$29.54 /

+0.49 (+1.69%)

, GM

General Motors

$33.64 /

-0.69 (-2.01%)

, TSLA

Tesla

$748.07 /

-0.21 (-0.03%)

Catch up on the…

Catch up on the weekend's top five stories with this list compiled by The Fly: 1. Facebook (FB) and the Internal Revenue Service will square off in a U.S. Tax Court case that could cost the social-media giant more than $9B, The Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin wrote. The trial slated to start in the week ahead caps a nine-year dispute over how Facebook structured its international operations, the report noted, adding that the IRS argues that more of the company's profits should have been taxed at higher rates in the U.S., rather than in the company's Irish subsidiary. Facebook contends that it deserves a refund, the author wrote. 2. The Chinese embassy in Paris urged the French government not to discriminate against Huawei as it selects suppliers for its 5G mobile network, according to Reuters. The U.S. has been trying to convince countries to ban Huawei from their mobile networks, as Washington believes its technology could allow "back doors" for Chinese spying - an allegation denied by Huawei and Beijing, the report added. The Chinese embassy noted in a statement that China had used foreign companies such as Finland's Nokia (NOK) and Sweden's Ericsson (ERIC) to equip its own domestic networks, and that "We do not wish to see the development of European companies in China affected due to discrimination against Huawei and protectionism in France and other European countries." 3. The coronavirus is killing hundreds of people and sickening thousands more, and it is also disrupting the global tech supply chain, Eric Savitz wrote in this week's edition of Barron's. For now, it is nearly impossible to measure coronavirus risk for companies like Apple (AAPL), which is probably more reliant on China for parts, production, and sales than any company not based there, the author noted. But it isn't just Apple at risk, he contended, adding that a Dell Technologies (DELL) spokesperson told him that it is "assessing all options and mitigation plans to help ensure our supply chain remains operational and we're meeting customers' needs." At HP Inc. (HPQ), the story is much the same, Savitz wrote. 4. Sony's (SNE) "Birds of Prey" won the weekend, with a $33.3M debut from 4,236 theaters. This was one of the lowest domestic launches in modern times for a studio superhero pic. The movie also struggled overseas, earning $48M from 78 markets for a global start of $81.3M. "Birds of Prey" sports a B+ CinemaScore and an 80% Rotten Tomatoes rating. 5. FirstCash (FCFS), Kraft Heinz (KHC), and General Motors (GM) saw positive mentions in this week's edition of Barron's, while Tesla (TSLA) was mentioned negatively.

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China tells France to not discriminate against Huawei, Reuters reports » 14:22
02/09/20
02/09
14:22
02/09/20
14:22
ERIC

Ericsson

$8.77 /

+0.45 (+5.41%)

, NOK

Nokia

$4.38 /

+0.165 (+3.92%)

The Chinese embassy in…

The Chinese embassy in Paris urged the French government not to discriminate against Huawei as it selects suppliers for its 5G mobile network, according to Reuters. The U.S. has been trying to convince countries to ban Huawei from their mobile networks, as Washington believes its technology could allow "back doors" for Chinese spying - an allegation denied by Huawei and Beijing, the report notes. The Chinese embassy noted in a statement that China had used foreign companies such as Finland's Nokia (NOK) and Sweden's Ericsson (ERIC) to equip its own domestic networks, the publication adds. "We do not wish to see the development of European companies in China affected due to discrimination against Huawei and protectionism in France and other European countries," it said. Reference Link

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