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  • Läinud nädala esimeses pooles energia- ja finantssektori eestvedamisel kõrgemale liikunud aktsiaturgude hoog rauges küll neljapäeval ja reedel, kuid kokkuvõttes suutsid indeksid lõpetada viie tööpäeva lõikes üsna sümpaatse tõusuga. Euroopas kujunes Stoxx 600 võiduks 3,3% ning Ühendriikides lõpetas S&P 500 1,6% plusspoolel.


    Uus nädal algas Aasias üsna punastes toonides, kui üheks survestavaks teguriks kujunes Brenti -4,0% langus 41,4 dollarile barreli eest (taastudes siiski avanemisjärgsest 40,1 dollaril saavutatud põhjast) pärast suuremate naftatootjate läbikukkunud katset saavutada pühapäeval Dohas kokkulepe tootmismahtude kasvu külmutamiseks. Jaapani aktsiaturgu räsis tugevnenud jeen ning eelmisel nädalal riigi edelaosas aset leidnud maavärin, mille tulemusel on mitmed suurfirmad pidanud ajutiselt peatama sealsetes tehastes oma töö.

    Hiina kinnisvaraturu taastumine jätkus märtsis, kui 70s linnas kallinesid uued majad keskmiselt 2,9% võrreldes mullu sama ajaga, märkides kasvutempo kiirenemist veebruaris registreeritud 1,86%ga võrreldes. Aastane hinnatõus on koondunud suurlinnadesse, kus see küündis 29,5%ni (veebruaris 25,55%), samal ajal aga jätavad kõrgemad varud turu taastumine teise ja kolmanda järgu linnades tagasihoidlikumaks.



    Täna olulisi majandusuudiseid ei laeku, kui ainsana väärib mainimist USA majade ehitajate kindlustunde indeks. Sellest nädalast saab suurema hoo sisse ettevõtete tulemuste hooaeg ning täna on teiste seas oodata Hasbro, Morgan Stanley, Pepsico, IBM-i ja Netflixi numbreid.

    15.30 FEDi Dudley esinemine
    17.30 USA majade ehitajate kindlustunde indeks (aprill)
    19.30 FEDi Kashkari esinemine
  • FT-le antud intervjuus jäi FOMC hääletav liige James Bullard varasema seisukohaga võrreldes intressimäära tõstmise osas ettevaatlikumaks

    * James Bullard, president of St. Louis Federal Reserve, says data supports arguments for patience in assessing whether to lift benchmark U.S. rate, FT says, citing interview.
    * “The jobs report we got was very strong but the GDP tracking has moved down substantially for the first quarter and to some extent for the second quarter,” Bullard is quoted as telling FT
  • Morgan Stanley reports Q1 (Mar) earnings of $0.55 per share, $0.08 better than the Capital IQ Consensus of $0.47; revenues fell 21.3% year/year to $7.79 bln vs the $7.63 bln Capital IQ Consensus.
    PepsiCo reports Q1 (Mar) earnings of $0.89 per share, excluding non-recurring items, $0.08 better than the Capital IQ Consensus of $0.81; revenues fell 2.9% year/year to $11.86 bln vs the $12 bln Capital IQ Consensus.
  • Gapping up
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance:
    HAS +5%, MS +2.5%, PEP +0.8%, JBHT +0.5%

    M&A news: MDVN +3.4% (AstraZeneca (AZN) may bid for MDVN, according to Times UK, also presents Phase I Talazoparib data)

    Select Brazil related names showing strength after lower house calls for impeachment: ITUB +6.1%, CIG +5.9%, BBD +2.3%, VALE +1.9%, VIV +1.3%, PBR +0.6%

    Other news: IMMU +6.3% (its anti-HLA-DR IgG4 antibody, was superior to anti-CD20 therapy using rituximab), RPRX +3.5% (cont strength), CGEN +2.9% (achieves a first preclinical milestone for CGEN-15022), ONCS +2.3% (names Robert Pierce Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board & Chief Scientific Strategist), LEI +2% (amends existing convertible note & increases conversion price to $3.25/share from $1.50/share), CCL +1.2% (still checking), JKS +0.8% (announces that it will supply 49 MW of solar modules to China Resources Power Investment Co for three solar PV plants)

    Analyst comments: CNHI +3.7% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BofA/Merril), JOY +1.8% (upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at BofA/Merrill)

    Gapping down
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance:
    CLMT -46.3%, (reports prelim Q1 results; suspends quarterly cash distribution of $0.685/unit; prices private placement of senior secured notes) GIGA -8.5%

    M&A news: ATHM -1.8% ( receives non-binding $31.50/share acquisition proposal from a consortium)


    Select oil/gas related names showing early weakness: OAS -9.2%, WTI -7.8%, WLL -6.8%, SDRL -6.8%, CHK -5.6%, MRO -5.3%, EVEP -5%, DVN -4.5%, RIG -4.1%, APC -3.9%, COP -3.3%, STO -2.7%, APA -2.4%

    Other news: CHMA -57.7% (receives Complete Response Letter for its NDA for Mycapssa), SUNE -8.1% (is negotiating with creditors for a loan to carry it through bankruptcy reorganization, according to Bloomberg), KITE -6.3% (announces review of National Cancer Institute's manufacturing facilities), SNE -5.1% (Nikkei -3.4%, assessing damage from weekend earthquake), SOL -5.1% (announces the shipment of solar modules to 2 customers with aggregate volume of 81.5 MW ), SBGL -2.7% (advised stakeholders that it has revised and is implementing its organisational structures), MNKD -1.2% (filed $500 mln mixed self offering)

    Analyst comments: ARMH -2.9% (downgraded to Hold from Buy at Jefferies), ECR -2.8% (downgraded to Hold from Buy at Johnson Rice), COTY -1.5% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at BofA/Merrill), CHD -1.5% (downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at BofA/Merrill), ALV -1.4% (downgraded to Sell from Neutral at Goldman ), C -0.5% (downgraded to Mkt Perform from Outperform at Keefe Bruyette)

    Briefing.com
  • Netflix prelim Q1 $0.06 vs $0.03 Capital IQ Consensus Estimate; revs $1.96 bln vs $1.97 bln Capital IQ Consensus Estimate

    NFLX - 11%, @96,20
  • Nelli Janson
    Netflix prelim Q1 $0.06 vs $0.03 Capital IQ Consensus Estimate; revs $1.96 bln vs $1.97 bln Capital IQ Consensus Estimate

    NFLX - 11%, @96,20



    Netflix sees Q2 EPS $0.02 vs $0.05 Capital IQ Consensus Estimate
  • IBM prelim Q1 $2.35 vs $2.09 Capital IQ Consensus Estimate; revs $18.68 bln vs $18.29 bln Capital IQ Consensus Estimate

    IBM +0,9%, @153,9

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