Fly Intel: Wall Street's top stories for Friday » 16:1701/2401/24/20
INTC, DFS, AXP, CYOU, SOHU, CBB, BIP, BA, EHTH, TEAM, SYF, ERIC
Stocks closed out a down…
Fly Intel: Wall Street's top stories at midday » 12:1701/2401/24/20
INTC, AXP, DFS, CYOU, SOHU, CBB, BIP, EHTH, TEAM, HSC, SYF, ERIC
Stocks are looking set to…
Synchrony falls -9.0% » 12:0001/2401/24/20
Synchrony is down -9.0%,…
Synchrony is down -9.0%, or -$3.28 to $32.92.
Epic says 'Fortnite' Chapter 2 - Season 2 launching February 20 » 11:0401/2401/24/20
TCEHY, DIS, KKR
Epic Games said that its…
Epic Games said that its popular battle royale game "Fortnite" will be moving to Unreal Engine's Chaos physics engine starting with the release of the 11.50 update in early February. In addition, Chapter 2 - Season 2 is now expected to launch Thursday, February 20, the company said. Investors in Epic include Tencent (TCEHY), Disney (DIS), and KKR (KKR).
Early notable gainers among liquid option names on January 24th » 09:5501/2401/24/20
APD, PCG, AXP, DVA, INTC
Notable gainers among…
Notable gainers among liquid option names this morning include Intel (INTC) $68.41 +5.09, DaVita (DVA) $85.21 +4.71, American Express (AXP) $136.75 +5.35, PG&E (PCG) $14.18 +0.42, and Air Products (APD) $242.71 +5.54.
Unusually active option classes on open January 24th » 09:4001/2401/24/20
YNDX, VMW, PNC, TCOM, USO, NFLX, GILD, BYND, ATVI, QCOM
Unusual total active…
Unusual total active option classes on open include: Yandex (YNDX), VMware (VMW), PNC Financial (PNC), Trip.com (TCOM), United States Oil Fund (USO), Netflix (NFLX), Gilead (GILD), Beyond Meat (BYND), Activision Blizzard (ATVI), and Qualcomm (QCOM).
American Express says 'our business is not mature yet' » 09:3501/2401/24/20
Says the business has…
Says the business has "a lot of legs, a lot of growth." Says sees expansion opportunities with both new and existing customers. Says revenue momentum has been "very stable" for many quarters.
Fly Intel: Pre-market Movers » 09:0201/2401/24/20
AVGO, AAPL, INTC, CYOU, SOHU, AXP, TEAM, SYF, SNV, ERIC, DFS, EPZM
HIGHER: Changyou.com (CYOU), up 8% after entering into a merger agreement with Sohu Game, an indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary of Sohu.com (SOHU). The company will be acquired by the Sohu Group in an all-cash transaction implying an equity value of the company of approximately $579M... Broadcom (AVGO), up 3% after announcing that certain of its subsidiaries have entered into two separate multi-year statement of work agreements with Apple (AAPL). Both are for the supply of a range of specified high-performance wireless components and modules to Apple for use in its products. UP AFTER EARNINGS: American Express (AXP), up 2%... Intel (INTC), up 4%... Atlassian (TEAM), up 8%. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Synchrony (SYF), down 5%... Synovus (SNV), down 1%... Ericsson (ERIC), down 7%... Discover (DFS), down 7%. ALSO LOWER: Epizyme (EPZM), down 4% after SVB Leerink analyst Andrew Berens downgraded shares to Market Perform from Outperform with a price target of $18, up from $16, following the approval of Tazverik in epithelioid sarcoma. In a research note to investors, Berens says he believes the approval was widely anticipated by the market following the unanimous FDA advisory committee vote and that the tangible fundamental opportunities for the drug are fully baked-in.
American Express says continues to 'feel good' about breadth of billings growth » 08:5401/2401/24/20
Says does not expect…
Says does not expect change in credit environment in 2020. Expects "relatively steady" loan growth in 2020. Says expects higher provision growth in 2020. Sees "modest" increases in loss rates in 2020. Sees card fee growth as fastest revenue line in 2020.
American Express says Q4 revenue growth 'broad-based' » 08:3901/2401/24/20
AXP, V, MA
Says 'confident' in delivering profitable growth across the enterprise long-term. Says will continue to focus on growing coverage in international markets. Says achieved goal of U.S. parity coverage with Visa (V) and Mastercard (MA). Comments taken from Q4 earnings conference call.