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  • Uus nädal algas Baltikumis madala kauplemisaktiivsusega - põhinimekirja käive 382 tuhat eurot saavutati 285 tehinguga, millest Vilniuse börsi käive moodustas 181 tuhat eurot ja Tallinna börsi käive 180 tuhat eurot ning tehingute arvud olid vastavalt 134 ja 139. Indeksitest sulgusid Tallinn (-1.05%) ja Riia (-0.03%) miinuspoolel ning Vilnius (+0.31%) lõpetas plusspoolel.

    Enimkaubeldud aktsia oli Tallink Grupp (-2.83%) – käive 89 tuhat eurot ja tehingute arv 44. Järgnes Vilkyškių pieninė (+7.95%) 42 tehingu ja käibega 68 tuhat eurot. Olympic Entertainment Group (-0.55%) aktsiaga tehti 15 tehingut kogumahus 29 tuhat eurot.

    Suurimad tõusjad olid Skano Group (+11.71%, käive EUR 2k), Vilkyškių pieninė (+7.95%, käive EUR 68k), Baltika (+2.17%, käive EUR 400). Suurimad langejad olid Tallink Grupp (-2.83%, käive EUR 89k), Grindeks (-2.17%, käive EUR 3k), LHV Group (-0.91%, käive EUR 3k).
  • Massitulistamine Las Vegases ja Kataloonia referendum olid ka finantsmeedias peamiseks kõneaineks, kuid turud keskendusid makronäitajatele, mis viitavad globaalse majanduse tugevale tervisele. Dow Jones (+0,7%), S&P 500 (+0,4%), Nasdaq (+0,3%) ja Russell 2000 (+1,3%) jõudsid kõik uuele rekordtasemele ning Euroopas sulgus Stoxx 600 indeks 0,5% tõusuga kolme kuu kõrgeimal tasemel.

    Ehkki eurotsooni töötleva tööstuse aktiivsusindeks hiilgas septembris üle kuue aasta kõrgeima tasemega (58,1 punkti), jätkas euro dollari suhtes nõrgenemist 1,1733 dollarile, kuna sama näitaja peegeldas Ühendriikides 13 aasta kiireimat kasvu. Täpsemalt kerkis töötleva tööstuse ISM indeks USAs eelmisel kuul kahe punkti võrra 60,8 punktile, ületades konsensuse 58,1 punktist ootust. Osaliselt võib tõusu kirjutada orkaanide arvele, tingides tellimuste kasvu kiirenemist (vastav indeks kerkis 4,3 punkti 64,6 punktile) ning pidurdades pakkujate tarnet (+7,3 punkti 64,4 punktile).

    Globaalsel tasandil püsis töötleva tööstuse PMI 53,2 punktil, mis on üle kuue aasta parim tulemus ning saadab signaali sektori tugeva ja stabiilse kasvu jätkumisest. Tellimuste hoogne laekumine avaldas survet ettevõtete tootmisvõimsusele, kergitades täitmata tellimuste mahtu ning julgustades firmasid kasvatama tööhõivet enim alates 2011.a.



    Tänane börsipäev kujuneb majandusuudiste osas võrdlemisi vaikseks, kui märkimist vääriksid vaid Hispaania septembrikuu tööturu statistika ning USA septembri automüük.

    10.00 Hispaania töötute arvu muutus (september)
    15.00 Brasiilia tööstustoodang (august)
    ??.?? USA automüük (september)
  • Hispaania töötute arv kasvas septembris oodatud 21,5 tuhande asemel 27,9 tuhande võrra, olles üsna lähedal tasemele, mida on nähtud eelnevatel aastatel samal ajal
  • Gapping down
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance:

    TTS -26.1%, (sees Q3 net sales of approx $84 mln vs $87 mln CapIQ estimate, comps +1% and gross margins 66-67% vs 70.2% year ago; prior 2017 expectations are no longer applicable)
    PKE -5.8%, AZZ -1.5%
    Other news:
    PZG -8.9% (commenced public offering of shares of common stock and concurrent private placement )
    CPE -3.3% (production guidance range of 22,450 to 22,600 barrels of oil equivalent per day 3Q17 vs. previous guidance range of 23,000 to 25,000 Boe/d; provided FY guidance update)
    TROX -2.8% (Exxaro intends to offer TROX Class A ordinary shares in an underwritten secondary offering)
    TSLA -2.1% (announces Q3 deliveries of 26,150 vehicles (+4.5%y/y); raises production guidance; Model 3 production less than anticipated, but no fundamental issues with supply chain)
    RDHL -1.2% (announces positive top-line results from the Phase II clinical study of BEKINDA 12 mg)
    ZGNX -1% (prices 6.7 mln shares of common stock at $37.50 per share)
    RCKY -0.8% (says that its manufacturing facility in Puerto Rico sustained no damage during Hurricane Maria)
    EFX -0.7% (details cybersecurity firm's forensic investigation of the Sept 7 cybersecurity incident; potentially impacted U.S. consumers increased by 2.5 mln)
    SAFM -0.6% ( files for common and preferred stock shelf offering), .
    Analyst comments:
    ERIC -2.3% (downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse)
    LGIH -0.9% (downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Wedbush )
    LEA -0.7% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS)
    MGM -0.6% (downgraded to Neutral from Positive at Susquehanna)

    Gapping up
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance:

    LEN +2.2%, HLF +0.5%, (updates Q3 guidance as part of Herbalife Nutrition's self-tender offer), SPB +0.5%, (reaffirm at investor presentation)
    M&A news:
    IZEA +6.9% (provides update on ongoing strategic review process)
    LVLT +3.6% (CenturyLink confirms the DOJ cleared its pending acquisition of Level 3 Communications), CTL +2.5%
    Other news:
    ECYT +45.7% (continued momentum; also upgraded at to Outperform at Wedbush)
    VICL +43.8% (FDA has advised that its VL-2397 would be eligible for a Limited Use Indication approval assuming a successful outcome of a single Phase 2 trial carried out in accordance with a protocol and statistical analysis plan consistent with the Agency's advice)
    TA +24.1% (Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A/B) announces investment in travel center Pilot Flying J)
    KOOL +20.3% (announces that the U.S.Patent and Trademark Office has issued a Notice of Allowance regarding the co's pending application for a patent covering a novel method of cell separation)
    DMPI +14% (presents new data suggesting VAL-083 as a potential new therapeutic option in the treatment of ovarian cancer)
    MBRX +8.7% (enters agreement to conduct trial of Annamycin for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia 'with the first of several hospitals desiring to be treatment centers')
    ACRX +6.5% (continued strength)
    DHXM +4.3% (continued strength after announcing commenced a process to explore and evaluate potential strategic alternatives)
    CNFR +4.2% (announces agreement w/ Swiss Re to cover loss development of up to $17.5 million in excess of stated reserves as of June 30, 2017)
    SAND +2.2% (sold ~14,290 gold equivalent ounces during the third quarter of 2017, the second highest quarterly total in Company history; YTD sale consuistent with FY17 forecast)
    AVXS +2% (will report top-line data from the Phase 1 trial of AVXS-101)
    MDXG +1.2% (extending today's move higher after amending credit agreement - extends the expiration date of the Credit Agreement from October 12, 2018 to October 12, 2019)
    VERI +1.2% (CEO Chad Steelberg discloses 37.9% active stake)
    VNOM +1% (Q3 production increased 20% q/q )
    Analyst comments:
    W +3% (attributed to positive comments from sell side shop ahead of Q3 earnings)
    CAMT +2.6% (upgraded to Buy from Hold at Needham)
    GM +1.8% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BofA/Merrill)
    PSX +1.7% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman)

    Briefing.com

  • GM SEPT. U.S. AUTO SALES UP 11.9%, EST. UP 7.9%
    FORD SEPT. U.S. LIGHT VEHICLE SALES UP 8.9%, EST. UP 2.3%
    FIAT CHRYSLER SEPT. U.S. AUTO SALES DOWN 9.7%; EST. DOWN 13%

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