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Börsipäev 20. september

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  • Eelmise nädala sügavama miinuse järel võtsid Euroopa aktsiaturud esmaspäeval maad tagasi, kosudes Stoxx 600 indeksi näol protsendi jagu. Koos nafta kallinemisega alustati paljulubavalt päeva ka Ühendriikides, kuid FEDi kolmapäevase istungi eel on siiski määramatust piisavalt palju, mis ühtlasi tekitab küsimusi turu edasise suuna osas ning S&P 500 loovutas sessiooni lõpuks kogu esimesel tunnil saavutatud 0,6% plussi.

    Ühendriikide majade ehitajate kindlustunde indeks hüppas septembris tervelt kuue punkti võrra 65 punktile oodatud 60 punkti asemel. Seejuures liikusid ülespoole indeksi kõik kolm komponenti: jooksvate müügiootuste indeks kerkis kuus punkti 71 punktile, järgmise kuue kuu ootuste indeks viis punkti samuti 71 punktile ning potentsiaalsete ostjate liiklust kajastav indeks paranes nelja punkti võrra 48 punktile. Ühest küljest toetavad madal tööpuudus ning kodulaenude atraktiivsed intressid nõudlust, teisalt hoiavad pakkumist tagasi uute ja olemasolevate majade kesised varud.



    USA kinnisvarasektor jääb tänagi majandusuudiste osas peamise fookuse alla, kui õhtupoolikul selguvad augustis alustatud elamuehituste ja väljastatud ehituslubade arvud.

    15.30 USA alustatud elamuehitused (august)
    15.30 USA väljastatud ehitusload (august)
  • Morgan Stanley usub, et Saksamaa majanduskasv aeglustub tuleval aastal 1%le. Kodumaine nõudlus peaks olema peamine kasvu vedur, kuid Brexitiga kasvanud määramatus ning lisaks ebakindel makrokliima mujal maailmas mõjutavad negatiivselt netoeksporti ning ettevõtete investeeringuid.
  • USA alustatud majade ehituste annualiseeritud arv kahanes augustis MoM -5,8% 1142 tuhandele (oodati 1190 tuhat), väljastatud ehituslubade arv alanes -0,4% 1139 tuhandele (oodati 1165 tuhat).
  • Gapping up
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance:

    NAII +23%, (thinly traded)
    TMUS +1%, (reiterates its current financial guidance and full year outlook and announces 'the strongest iPhone pre-order in Company history)
    M&A news:
    TBRA +575.5% (to be acquired by Allergan (AGN) for an upfront payment of $28.35/share in cash, and up to $49.84/share in Contingent Value Rights)
    DTSI +21.8% (to be acquired by Tessera Technologies (TSRA) for $42.50/share)
    CYH +2.8% (reports of Apollo Global (APO) discussions)
    Select large pharma names showing strength: NVS +1.9%, NVO +1.7%, SNY +1.6%, AZN +1.4%, SHPG +1.1%

    Other news:
    CNAT +36% (TBRA peer, in sympathy)
    WINT +27.3% (announces FDA Fast Track Designation for AEROSURF)
    CANF +23.9% (announces the peer reviewed scientific journal Molecular Medicine Report has published an article detailing new data on CF102)
    GALT +21.6% (TBRA peer, in sympathy)
    HDP +6.6% (Hortonworks & IBM (IBM) announce the planned availability of Hortonworks Data Platform for IBM Power Systems enabling POWER8 clients )
    ICPT +5.9% (TBRA peer, in sympathy)
    AMPH +5.8% (to join S&P SmallCap 600)
    PBYI +5.8% (confirms FDA acceptance of new drug application for PB272 )
    PIR +5.1% (Alden Global discloses 9.5% active stake, details talks with management)
    SRPT +5% (following 75% surge higher on FDA accelerated approval of EXONDYS 51 (eteplirsen) injection; plans to file MAA in Europe for eteplirsen by the end of the year)
    TXMD +2.5% ( announces that the FDA has accepted the NDA for Yuvvexy; PDUFA of May 7, 2017 established)
    CRUS +1.3% (to join the S&P MidCap 400)
    RCL +0.9% (increases quarterly dividend)
    Analyst comments:
    BHP +2% (upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Macquarie)
    MBLY +1.7% (initiated with a Buy at SunTrust)
    AMD +1.5% (upgraded to Mkt Perform from Underperform at Bernstein)
    DVA +1.1% (upgraded to Outperform from Mkt Perform at Raymond James )
    WFC +0.8% (upgraded to Overweight from Equal-Weight at Morgan Stanley)
    Gapping down
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance:

    ASNA -23.6%, HNI -12.5%, ( sees Q3 and FY EPS/revs below previous outlook), LEN -0.8%, LUK -0.6%, (Leucadia National's Jefferies reports Q3 results)
    Other news:
    ECA -7.1% (prices offering of 107 mln shares of common stock at $9.35 per share)
    SEAS -6.2% (SeaWorld Entertainment cuts dividend by more than 50% to $0.10/share, suspends dividends thereafter; will opportunistically repurchase shares in the open market during the remainder of 2016)
    G -3.8% ( announces Board approval of a new $250 mln share repurchase program, bringing total authorization to $750 mln )
    OCLR -3.3% ( announces a 13 mln share underwritten public offering of common stock)
    CHK -3.2% (Carl Icahn lowers active stake), MLHR -2.2% (following HNI guidance)
    TSE -1.9% (Trinseo announces secondary offering of 10,669,567 ordinary shares by selling shareholder)
    DB -1.4% (plans to securitize over $1 bln in corporate loans, according to Reuters)
    AQXP -1.3% (prices 5,350,000 shares of common stock at $12.25 per share)
    GPS -0.8% (in sympathy with ASNA (earnings))
    Analyst comments:
    FIVN -5% (downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at BofA/Merrill)
    F -0.5% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Buckingham Research)

    Briefing.com
  • UPGRADES:
    * Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) raised to market perform at Bernstein
    * Amphenol (APH) raised to buy at Goldman
    * Columbia Sportswear (COLM) raised to buy at Canaccord Genuity
    * DaVita (DVA) raised to outperform at Raymond James
    * Diamond Offshore (DO) raised to buy at Evercore ISI
    * Education Realty Trust (EDR) raised to outperform at Baird
    * Flextronics (FLEX) raised to buy at Goldman
    * IAC/InteractiveCorp (IAC) raised to outperform at Wells Fargo
    * Jabil (JBL) raised to neutral at Goldman
    * Kirby (KEX) raised to outperform at RBC Capital
    * PNM Resources (PNM) raised to buy at Jefferies
    * Sarepta (SRPT) raised to outperform at Cowen
    * Tech Data (TECD) raised to buy from hold at Stifel
    * Wells Fargo (WFC) raised to overweight at Morgan Stanley

    DOWNGRADES:
    * AEP (AEP) cut to hold at Jefferies
    * Arrow Electronics (ARW) cut to neutral at Goldman
    * Ascena Retail (ASNA) cut to perform at Oppenheimer
    * Avnet (AVT) cut to hold at Stifel
    * Commerce Bancshares (CBSH) cut to underweight at Morgan Stanley
    * Encana Corp. (ECA) cut to sector underperform at Scotia
    * Encore Capital (ECPG) cut to neutral at Citi
    * Five9 (FIVN) cut to underperform at BofAML
    * General Mills (GIS) cut to underweight at Consumer Edge
    * HD Supply (HDS) cut to sector perform at RBC
    * HNI (HNI) cut to market perform at Raymond James
    * Huntington Ingalls (HII) cut to market perform from outperform at Cowen
    * Infoblox Inc (BLOX) cut to neutral at Guggenheim
    * Inteliquent (IQNT) cut to market perform at Raymond James
    * Macom (MTSI) cut to neutral at Goldman
    * Press Ganey (PGND) cut to market perform at Raymond James

    INITIATIONS:
    * Arris (ARRS) rated new overweight at Morgan Stanley
    * Broadcom (AVGO) rated new a positive at Susquehanna
    * Calatlantic (CAA) rated new outperform at Wedbush
    * Cavium (CAVM) rated new positive at Susquehanna
    * Century Communities (CCS) rated new outperform at Wedbush
    * Circor (CIR) rated new sector weight at Keybanc
    * CommScope (COMM) rated new equalweight at Morgan Stanley
    * D.R. Horton (DHI) rated new outperform at Wedbush
    * FirstService Corp (FSV) rated new outperform at RBC Capital
    * Ford (F) rated new buy at Nomura
    * General Motors (GM) rated new neutral at Nomura
    * Golub Capital BDC (GBDC) rated new neutral at Janney Montgomery
    * HSN (HSNI) rated new underperform at BofAML, pt $33
    * Intel (INTC) rated new positive at Susquehanna
    * KB Home (KBH) rated new outperform at Wedbush
    * Knowles (KN) rated new negative at Susquehanna, pt $12
    * Lennar (LEN) rated new neutral at Wedbush
    * Liberty Interactive (QVCA) rated new neutral at BofAML, PT $20
    * Marvell Tech (MRVL) rated new neutral at Susquehanna
    * Mobileye (MBLY) rated new buy at Suntrust, PT $63
    * Nvidia (NVDA) rated new neutral at Suntrust, PT $59
    * Rated new neutral at Susquehanna
    * Paylocity (PCTY) rated new sector weight at Pacific Crest
    * Ply Gem (PGEM) rated new outperform at RBC
    * ServiceNow (NOW) rated new market perform at BMO
    * Taylor Morrison (TMHC) rated new neutral at Wedbush
    * Tri Pointe (TPH) rated new outperform at Wedbush
    * Versum Materials (VSM-W) rated new outperform at Oppenheimer
    * Viveve Medical Inc (VIVE) rated new buy at Ladenburg Thalmann
    * WCI Communities (WCI) rated new neutral at Wedbush
    * Weir Group (WEGRY) rated new outperform at Credit Suisse
    * Vodafone (VOD) rated new hold at Argus

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