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[META] The Portugal of 1980 (LORE)

FINAL MAP

This post essentially builds off TheIpleJonesion’s fantastic lore, explaining the situation which Portugal and her former territories find themselves in during the early 1980s. It is broken down along geographic lines.

The Metropolitan (Continental Portugal and the Outer Island Provinces of the Azores, Madeira, Cabo Verde and São Tomé & Príncipe):

With the removal of the Salazar regime in 1954, Portugal transitioned into a military-dominated presidential republic. Liberal market reforms made by the democratically-elected Fraternity Party saw an end to state interventionism in the Portuguese economy and a move away from corporatist macroeconomic organisation towards capitalistic free-market economics. This transformed the predominately-agricultural Portuguese economy into an industrial powerhouse, as factories popped up across the continental provinces in what is now jokingly referred to as the ‘Portuguese Industrial Revolution’. As Portugal modernised its economy, it attained a developmental trajectory similar to that of the Asian Tigers IOTL. This was only helped by the extremely cheap importation of primary resources from Portugal’s former colonies in Africa, and the discount export markets which the escudo africano monetary area had established in these nations. Portugal’s economic ascension was accompanied by huge progress in the fields of education and infrastructure, as bridges and roads were constructed and continental illiteracy abolished.
Owing to its pro-business sympathies and dubious ties to the economic elite, the Fraternity Party ensured that no anti-trust measures were implemented as part of its economic reform strategy, allowing the influential ‘40 Families’ of Portugal’s south to expand their dominion over those sectors of the Portuguese economy that were privatised during the post-Salazar liberalisation. The result was an economic model that verged on plutocracy, as the anti-communist military conspired with powerful businessmen and corrupt Fraternity Party politicians to maintain the upper class’ hold on power. This alliance of convenience continued up until the late seventies when a cadre of disillusioned, left-leaning junior military officers led a mass of young conscripts to seize power in the infamous 1976 Carnation Revolution. The Revolution, which in many ways resembled the anti-Salazar coup 22 years prior, saw the passage of new anti-trust and anti-corruption laws after the democratically-socialist Movement for Democratic Unity’s (MDU) victory in the junta-supervised elections of 1977. Though the Revolution would establish a fairer two-party democratic system in which the Conservative Party (the successor to the Fraternity Party) would compete with the MDU in free elections, it also confirmed for a second time the military’s position as a powerful force in Portuguese politics. As such, despite the removal of plutocracy and the reinstatement of fair elections, the Portugal of the 1980s remains a “flawed democracy” according to most outside observer assessments.
Though this chaos certainly had a negative impact on Portuguese standards of living, the nation remains a dynamic economic force in Europe and an over-achiever when it comes to developmental outcomes. As the 1980s continue on, Portugal is beginning its transition away from heavy industry towards a stronger services sector while it signs special trade agreements with its partners in the European Common Market and continues to pursue close economic ties with its former colonies of Guinea and Angola. From the sparkling beaches of São Tomé & Príncipe to the luscious fields of northern Portugal and the windswept hills of the Azores, there is no doubt that the Republic has become quite the enterprising nation.

The Outer Metropolitan (Portuguese India, Macau and Timor-Leste):

Portuguese India:
Had the Indian subcontinent not fractured so easily in the late 1950s, it is difficult to see how Portugal would have been able to maintain any sort of presence in the territories of Goa, Daman, Diu, Dadra and Nagar-Haveli. The defeat of Indian forces in the Kashmir Conflict and the successful declaration of Dravidian independence after a bloody insurgency, however, created an opportunity for Portuguese policymakers. Years of economic development across Portuguese India and a deliberate policy of promoting an independent Portuguese-Indian identity strengthened Portugal’s claim to these territories, while deals signed with the US establishing an American naval base at Nova Goa and US protection over Portuguese India provided a strong deterrent. These gains were then solidified by deals with the Dravidian and Indian governments, which saw Portuguese sovereignty confirmed over Goa, Daman and Diu in return for Portugal ceding Dadra, Pani-Cola and Nagar-Haveli back to India, as well as the lending of strong military support to the Dravidians. Though there remains significant agitation across Portuguese India (now referred to as the Goa, Daman & Diu Province), Portuguese sovereignty over these increasingly productive and idyllic territories appears secure for the foreseeable future. What’s more, it is now not uncommon to see ethnic Indians roaming the streets of Continental Portugal as fully-fledged citizens. The long-desired union of Portugal to the Subcontinent finally appears complete.
Macau:
Macau is seen in the eyes of most as the crown jewel of Portugal’s Asian provinces. She is home to some of the most important banks in Asia and competes with Shanghai for the status of the financial capital of China. Not only that, but Macau competes with Bali, Jeju, Tokyo and Beijing for the most popular tourist destination in the Asian region, already being the destination of choice for the rich and famous, who flock to her many bars, casinos, prestigious restaurants and world-class designer fashion houses. The Macau of the 1980s is covered in stunning skyscrapers and jaw-dropping urban greenery. Indeed, the city boasts a population of nearly a million, with land reclamation projects having allowed for a vast expansion of the province’s urban domain. The city’s population includes tens of thousands of ethnic Portuguese residents, just as hundreds of thousands of ethnic Chiese now live in continental Portugal, being the second-largest ethnic minority community behind African migrants from Guinea, Mozambique and Angola, but ahead of Indian migrants from Goa.
At any rate, just as Macau has in many ways become the financial and touristic centre of Asia, it has also become a centre for intrigue. The unsuccessful Chinese attempt to seize Macau by force in 1969, for example, only saw a further upgrade of the province’s military defences, with the permanent deployment of an extra submarine to Macau Habour alongside thousands of additional troops and another fighter squadron. Meanwhile, the ‘Bloody Game’ that started in the late 1950s between Portuguese and Chinese spies, local casino syndicates, corrupt local politicians and the four main triad groups continues to this day, with the southern portions of Macau city being known for violent crime and a dirty underworld. Indeed, it appears that the province is as vice-ridden as it is glamorous.
Timor:
A series of bilateral agreements in the 1950s saw Timor-Leste recognised as integral Portuguese territory by the Indonesians, just as the peninsula came under separate US/Australian/SEATO military protection, thus securing Portuguese rule over the territory indefinitely. Despite this, prohibitive travel times and ticket costs kept Timor physically isolated from the rest of the Portuguese Republic until the mid-1960s, when she suddenly gained access to far more state support as the African colonies achieved independence and international travel became easier. The Timor of the 1980s remains a quiet corner of the Portuguese world, although it has grown increasingly successful as a tourist and natural resource hub.

The former African colonies (Guinea, Angola, Cabinda and Mozambique):

Guinea:
Having achieved her independence in 1965, the Guinean Republic maintained a slow but steady trajectory of economic development under close Portuguese supervision. Indeed, the nation remained remarkably stable throughout her first decades of independence, developing a fully-fledged democratic system over time which afforded it one of the highest standards of living among the continent’s independent states. Portugal’s close geographic proximity to Guinea, coupled with its near-identical struggle for democratic governance, has rendered the two nations close allies. Guinea remains the first port of call for Portuguese firms looking to establish a presence in Africa, with the nation functioning as the flagship model for Portuguese-African influence under the Silvestre Doctrine.
Angola (and Cabinda):
Though the Silvestre Doctrine had originally intended for the agricultural Ovimbundu people of Angola’s central plateau to dominate the Federal Angolan Republic post-independence (in a close alliance with the Portuguese), the unexpected strength of the rival Kimbundu people saw the two ethnic groups clash in a violent struggle for political power that lasted between 1964 and 1967. With Portuguese assets sustaining increasing damage during the bloody affair, Lisboa turned to its Kikongo allies in Angola’s north for assistance. United by its staunchly pro-Portuguese and anti-Communist leader from the nearby Ngbandi people of the then Belgian Congo, Mobutu Sese Seko, a powerful Kikongo army marched south and captured Luanda from the leftist Kimbundu militias. This placed Angola under the rule of Portugal’s Kikongo allies, who then turned to the Ovimbundu for additional political support, as well as the ethnic Portuguese and minority tribes of Angola’s south. Seko now rules Angola with an iron fist, using Portugal, the Ovimbundu, Portuguese-Angolans and the minority tribes to maintain power. His ties to Portuguese commercial interests have proven an immense asset for the Portuguese economy, which sees its manufacturing sector and domestic consumption fueled by cheap primary resource imports from Angola.
Using his ethnic ties to the north, Seko became a major player in the war for Congolese independence, leveraging this assistance to become the political kingmaker in the newly-independent Republic of Zaire. This has resulted in Zaire effectively becoming a joint Luso-Angolan puppet state, with its government ministries littered with Portuguese and Angolan advisors, and the nation having joined the escudo africano monetary zone.
Moreover, though it voted for independence in 1960, the Cabindan Republic was quickly subsumed into the Federal Angolan Republic as one of the conditions for an alliance between Seko’s Kikongo faction and the Portuguese. As a result, Luso-Angolan influence now runs from Luanda, past Zaire, into Cabinda and beyond towards the Republic of the Congo, making Angola one of the most powerful forces in the new Africa.
Mozambique:
The post-independence climate in the Mozambican Republic of 1965 resembled that of Angola at first. Rival ethnic groups clashed for power as election after election failed to yield clear results and cultural entities with little in common began to embrace armed struggle instead of the ballot. Unlike in Angola, however, Portugal was unable to salvage the situation and was forced to withdraw from the chaotic banana republic. Those ethnic Portuguese who had for centuries called Mozambique home largely fled to southern Angola or accepted government offers for free land in São Tomé & Príncipe, as Tanzanian-Arabian-backed Islamic militias fought for control in the north, and the African nationalist factions from the Shona tribes clashed with the leftist Shangaan in the south. Eventually, the Shona managed to secure national control, establishing a pan-African state under the dictatorial rule of Gondo Matombo. Without the support of sympathetic regimes in Rhodesia, Moscow or Beijing, the Free Nation of Mozambique is an isolated state. It maintains rivalries with Tanzania (as a result of Dodoma’s support for Salafist rebels in the north), North Rhodesia and Nyasaland (after the preceding Shangaan regime seized the Likoma and Chizumulu islands in 1966), South Africa and Rhodesia (for Mozambique’s support of radical pan-African insurgent groups) and Seko’s Angola (which obviously opposes the Matombo regime on ideological grounds). President Matombo’s chaotic economic policies have driven away foreign investors, while Mozambican civilians are organised en masse into autonomous units of the “African People’s Defence Militia” to defend against “Islamic subjugation, Boer segregation, Portuguese neocolonisation and the enslavement of the African people”. Sadly, it seems Mozambique’s violent decline managed only to produce the very worst kind of basket case dictatorship.
A huge thanks to guyfromvault11 for being an amazing teammate, to the mods for a season well-run, and to all the other players for making this such an engaging season. I can’t wait for the next one!
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r/StockMarket Daily Discussion - Thursday, Nov. 1st, 2018 [Welcome to November!]

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  • AMRN
  • SPOT
  • AAPL
  • ACB
  • W
  • TEVA
  • AAOI
  • FND
  • ABMD
  • DWDP
  • RDUS
  • NFX
  • MGPI
  • LITE
  • ECA
  • CI
  • ULBI
  • P
  • PCRX
  • TPX
  • ARW
  • CNSL
  • HBI
  • CNCE
  • AMCX
  • WRLD
  • VECO
  • IIVI
  • BT
  • RLJE

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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DowDupont – The chemical maker beat estimates by 3 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of 74 cents per share. Revenue was slightly below forecasts, however. Its results were helped by strength in its cosmetics, paints, and packaging products. The company also announced a new $3 billion stock buyback program.

STOCK SYMBOL: DWDP

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Newfield Exploration – Newfield agreed to be bought by Canadian oil and gas producer Encana in an all-stock deal valued at C$5.5 billion, or $4.2 billion in U.S. dollars. Encana plans to raise its dividend by 25 percent and expand its share buyback program once the deal closes.

STOCK SYMBOL: NFX

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Apple – Apple is in talks to buy a stake in radio station operator iHeartMedia, according to the Financial Times. The paper said Apple could also announce a marketing partnership rather than an investment.

STOCK SYMBOL: AAPL

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Cigna – The insurance company reported adjusted quarterly profit of $3.84 per share, beating the consensus estimate of $3.44 a share. Revenue also beat forecasts, thanks in part to a drop in medical costs for its government health-care plans.

STOCK SYMBOL: CI

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Teva Pharmaceutical – The drugmaker beat Street forecasts by 14 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of 68 cents per share. Revenue also topped forecasts, and Teva raised its full-year forecasts as key drugs continue to post strong sales.

STOCK SYMBOL: TEVA

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Spotify – The music streaming service posted an unexpected profit for its latest quarter, with analysts having anticipated a loss. Revenue also exceeded forecasts, and Spotify's monthly average users jumped 28 percent to 191 million.

STOCK SYMBOL: SPOT

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Generac – The maker of home and commercial power generators beat consensus estimates by 35 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.43. Revenue also beat Wall Street forecasts. Generac saw strength in all its markets, as well as an increase in profit margins.

STOCK SYMBOL: GNRC

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Tempur Sealy – The mattress retailer fell 16 cents short of estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.02 per share, while revenue also missed Street forecasts. The company also cut its earnings forecast.

STOCK SYMBOL: TPX

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Hanesbrands – The apparel maker matched Street forecasts with adjusted quarterly profit of 55 cents per share, but revenue fell short of estimates. The company said overall performance was partly impacted by the Sears bankruptcy, but gave what it calls a "confident" outlook.

STOCK SYMBOL: HBI

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AIG – AIG lost an adjusted 34 cents per share for the third quarter, surprising analysts who had expected a profit of 6 cents per share. The insurance company's results were impacted by significant catastrophe losses in North America and Japan.

STOCK SYMBOL: AIG

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Fitbit – Fitbit earned an adjusted 4 cents per share for its latest quarter, compared to expectations of a 1 cent per share loss. The wearable fitness device maker's revenue also topped estimates, although the company did give mixed current-quarter guidance.

STOCK SYMBOL: FIT

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Roku – Wedbush upgraded the maker of streaming video devices to "outperform" from "neutral," saying a recent pullback in the stock was overdone and that it has built an exceptional platform to support its players.

STOCK SYMBOL: ROKU

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Allstate – Allstate reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.93 per share, shy of the $2.21 a share consensus estimate. The insurer's revenue came in above Street forecasts, however, and the company also announced a new $3 billion stock buyback plan.

STOCK SYMBOL: ALL

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Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts — Shares in the casino operators may benefit from the news that gambling revenue in Macau rose 2.6 percent in October from a year earlier to about $3.4 billion, the highest monthly figure in four years. Gambling revenue in the Chinese territory has now risen for 27 straight months.

STOCK SYMBOL: LVS

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Royal Dutch Shell – Royal Dutch Shell posted its highest quarterly profit in four years during the third quarter, helped by rising oil and gas prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: RDS.A

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Pfizer – Pfizer was downgraded to "market perform" from "outperform" at BMO Capital Markets in what the firm said is a valuation call. The drugmaker's stock is up almost 19 percent so far this year.

STOCK SYMBOL: PFE

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SeaWorld Entertainment – SeaWorld was upgraded to "overweight" from "sector weight" at Keybanc, which cites higher confidence that the theme park operator will have a successful turnaround.

STOCK SYMBOL: SEAS

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(11/1) - Thursday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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($TEVA $SPOT $AMRN $ABMD $DWDP $MPC $W $LITE $RDS.A $TREE $USCR $SN $HBI $CI $MT $PBI $SHPG $ATTU $FLWS $D $SFM $OSK$NBL $IDXX $AVP $YRCW $STOR $IIVI $PENN $MNKD $ECA $FND $CNQ $NYT $SSYS $PH $BCE $AAWW $AMCX $GNRC)
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  • AMRN
  • SPOT
  • AAPL
  • ACB
  • W
  • TEVA
  • AAOI
  • FND
  • ABMD
  • DWDP
  • RDUS
  • NFX
  • MGPI
  • ECA
  • CI
  • ULBI
  • P
  • PCRX
  • TPX
  • ARW
  • CNSL
  • HBI
  • CNCE
  • AMCX
  • WRLD
  • VECO
  • IIVI
  • BT
  • RLJE

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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DowDupont – The chemical maker beat estimates by 3 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of 74 cents per share. Revenue was slightly below forecasts, however. Its results were helped by strength in its cosmetics, paints, and packaging products. The company also announced a new $3 billion stock buyback program.

STOCK SYMBOL: DWDP

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Newfield Exploration – Newfield agreed to be bought by Canadian oil and gas producer Encana in an all-stock deal valued at C$5.5 billion, or $4.2 billion in U.S. dollars. Encana plans to raise its dividend by 25 percent and expand its share buyback program once the deal closes.

STOCK SYMBOL: NFX

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Apple – Apple is in talks to buy a stake in radio station operator iHeartMedia, according to the Financial Times. The paper said Apple could also announce a marketing partnership rather than an investment.

STOCK SYMBOL: AAPL

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Cigna – The insurance company reported adjusted quarterly profit of $3.84 per share, beating the consensus estimate of $3.44 a share. Revenue also beat forecasts, thanks in part to a drop in medical costs for its government health-care plans.

STOCK SYMBOL: CI

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Teva Pharmaceutical – The drugmaker beat Street forecasts by 14 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of 68 cents per share. Revenue also topped forecasts, and Teva raised its full-year forecasts as key drugs continue to post strong sales.

STOCK SYMBOL: TEVA

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Spotify – The music streaming service posted an unexpected profit for its latest quarter, with analysts having anticipated a loss. Revenue also exceeded forecasts, and Spotify's monthly average users jumped 28 percent to 191 million.

STOCK SYMBOL: SPOT

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Generac – The maker of home and commercial power generators beat consensus estimates by 35 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.43. Revenue also beat Wall Street forecasts. Generac saw strength in all its markets, as well as an increase in profit margins.

STOCK SYMBOL: GNRC

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Tempur Sealy – The mattress retailer fell 16 cents short of estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.02 per share, while revenue also missed Street forecasts. The company also cut its earnings forecast.

STOCK SYMBOL: TPX

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Hanesbrands – The apparel maker matched Street forecasts with adjusted quarterly profit of 55 cents per share, but revenue fell short of estimates. The company said overall performance was partly impacted by the Sears bankruptcy, but gave what it calls a "confident" outlook.

STOCK SYMBOL: HBI

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AIG – AIG lost an adjusted 34 cents per share for the third quarter, surprising analysts who had expected a profit of 6 cents per share. The insurance company's results were impacted by significant catastrophe losses in North America and Japan.

STOCK SYMBOL: AIG

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Fitbit – Fitbit earned an adjusted 4 cents per share for its latest quarter, compared to expectations of a 1 cent per share loss. The wearable fitness device maker's revenue also topped estimates, although the company did give mixed current-quarter guidance.

STOCK SYMBOL: FIT

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Roku – Wedbush upgraded the maker of streaming video devices to "outperform" from "neutral," saying a recent pullback in the stock was overdone and that it has built an exceptional platform to support its players.

STOCK SYMBOL: ROKU

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Allstate – Allstate reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.93 per share, shy of the $2.21 a share consensus estimate. The insurer's revenue came in above Street forecasts, however, and the company also announced a new $3 billion stock buyback plan.

STOCK SYMBOL: ALL

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Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts — Shares in the casino operators may benefit from the news that gambling revenue in Macau rose 2.6 percent in October from a year earlier to about $3.4 billion, the highest monthly figure in four years. Gambling revenue in the Chinese territory has now risen for 27 straight months.

STOCK SYMBOL: LVS

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STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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Royal Dutch Shell – Royal Dutch Shell posted its highest quarterly profit in four years during the third quarter, helped by rising oil and gas prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: RDS.A

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Pfizer – Pfizer was downgraded to "market perform" from "outperform" at BMO Capital Markets in what the firm said is a valuation call. The drugmaker's stock is up almost 19 percent so far this year.

STOCK SYMBOL: PFE

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SeaWorld Entertainment – SeaWorld was upgraded to "overweight" from "sector weight" at Keybanc, which cites higher confidence that the theme park operator will have a successful turnaround.

STOCK SYMBOL: SEAS

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(2/13) - Tuesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • HMNY
  • UAA
  • HIMX
  • GNC
  • BIDU
  • UA
  • PEP
  • KDMN
  • WB
  • ICHR
  • NRZ
  • ABC
  • JNUG
  • VIPS
  • EIGI
  • SINA
  • ARCC
  • DBD
  • NSM
  • LPX
  • ETC.X
  • NXRT
  • NTAP
  • WNC
  • ADT
  • CRL
  • HSIC
  • UNIT
  • HCP
  • MOH

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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PepsiCo – The beverage and snack maker beat estimates by a penny a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.31. Revenue also beat forecasts. The company reported better-than-expected organic revenue growth, raised its annual dividend by 15 percent, and forecast 2018 adjusted earnings of $5.70 per share, 3 cents a share above estimates.

STOCK SYMBOL: PEP

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Under Armour – The athletic apparel maker reported a breakeven quarter on an adjusted basis, matching Street forecasts. Revenue topped consensus. North American sales fell, but that was offset by a strong performance internationally. Under Armour also announced an expansion of a previously announced restructuring program, saying it saw more opportunities to optimize its operations.

STOCK SYMBOL: UAA

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Blue Apron – The meal kit service lost 20 cents per share for the fourth quarter, smaller than the 27 cent a share loss that Wall Street was anticipating. Revenue beat consensus, despite a drop in its customer base. Results were aided by a decline in marketing expenses.

STOCK SYMBOL: APRN

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Generac – The maker of power generators earned an adjusted $1.37 per share for the fourth quarter, beating the $1.19 a share consensus estimate. Revenue also topped forecasts, with shipments of home standby generators near record levels thanks to elevated power outage activity.

STOCK SYMBOL: GNRC

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GNC Holdings – The health products retailer matched estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 25 cents per share. Revenue fell short of forecasts, despite a same-store sales increase of 5.7 percent. The company said it is seeing positive results from its revamped pricing model and enhanced loyalty programs.

STOCK SYMBOL: GNC

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AmerisourceBergen — Walgreens Boots Alliance has reached out to the drug distributor about a possible takeover, according to The Wall Street Journal, but the talks are in an early stage and no deal will necessarily be reached. Walgreens already owns about 26 percent of AmerisourceBergen and has a representative on the board of directors.

STOCK SYMBOL: ABC

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Novartis – Novartis won Food and Drug Administration approval for a larger dose of its multiple sclerosis drug Glatopa. The drug, made by the company's Sandoz division, is a generic version of Teva's best-selling Copaxone.

STOCK SYMBOL: NVS

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Vipshop – Vipshop beat analysts' forecasts on both the top and bottom lines with its latest earnings report, with the China-based online retailer seeing a 27 percent jump in sales during the quarter compared to a year earlier.

STOCK SYMBOL: VIPS

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MGM Resorts – MGM opened its new Macau casino, just ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday. The new MGM Cotai will more than triple the number of available MGM hotel rooms in the Chinese territory.

STOCK SYMBOL: MGM

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IBM – IBM sued former human resources executive Lindsay-Rae McIntyre after she was hired by Microsoft this past weekend as its chief diversity officer. IBM accuses McIntyre of violating a one-year non-competitive agreement.

STOCK SYMBOL: IBM

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General Motors – GM is shutting down one of its four South Korean plants and will take an $850 million charge as it scales down its unprofitable operation in that country. The automaker will decide on the future of the other plants within a few weeks.

STOCK SYMBOL: GM

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Barnes & Noble – The book retailer is cutting staff by an unspecified amount, following a weak holiday season that saw comparable-store sales drop by 6.4 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: BKS

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JPMorgan Chase – The bank was upgraded to "outperform" from "market perform" at Keefe Bruyette & Woods, which said the recent sell-off is a chance to add quality to portfolios at reasonable valuations and that JPMorgan now has a favorable risk/reward profile at current prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: JPM

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Quest Diagnostics – Quest was upgraded to "outperform" from "neutral" at Credit Suisse, which points to the medical lab operator's opportunities to promote growth in that business.

STOCK SYMBOL: DGX

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Dun & Bradstreet – The company reported quarterly profit of $3.22 per share, 18 cents above estimates, though revenue was short of forecasts. The financial data and analytics company also raised its quarterly dividend by two cents to 52-1/4 cents per share. The company also said Chief Executive Officer Robert Carrigan is stepping down, to be replaced on an interim basis by lead director Thomas Manning, who was also named board chairman.

STOCK SYMBOL: DNB

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(2/13) - Tuesday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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THIS WEEK'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($AMAT $SHOP $BIDU $CSCO $UAA $ANET $WB $PEP $GRPN $FDC $KO $L $CGNX $DE $TWLO $SINA $APRN $IPGP $HIMX $MET $CYBR $ABX$MRO $CTL $WM $MZOR $INCY $ICPT $CNA $DO $FMC $TECK $QSR $PI $OHI $RPD $VIPS $NSP $KGC $CVE $FANG $CBS $SODA)
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THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

($UAA $WB $PEP $SINA $APRN $HIMX $TRU $DAN $GNRC $LPX $MLM $NVMI $TOWR $DBD $ARCH $TCX $RDCM $ARCC $CRL $AB $HCP$SQNS $NXRT $AYR $ONDK $NRZ $EIGI $NNN)
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EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

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EARNINGS RELEASES AFTER THE CLOSE TODAY:

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THIS MORNING'S ANALYST UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES:

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THIS MORNING'S INSIDER TRADING FILINGS:

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TODAY'S DIVIDEND CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • HMNY
  • UAA
  • HIMX
  • GNC
  • BIDU
  • UA
  • PEP
  • KDMN
  • WB
  • ICHR
  • NRZ
  • ABC
  • JNUG
  • VIPS
  • EIGI
  • SINA
  • ARCC
  • DBD
  • NSM
  • LPX
  • ETC.X
  • NXRT
  • NTAP
  • WNC
  • ADT
  • CRL
  • HSIC
  • UNIT
  • HCP
  • MOH

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

(source: cnbc.com)
PepsiCo – The beverage and snack maker beat estimates by a penny a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.31. Revenue also beat forecasts. The company reported better-than-expected organic revenue growth, raised its annual dividend by 15 percent, and forecast 2018 adjusted earnings of $5.70 per share, 3 cents a share above estimates.

STOCK SYMBOL: PEP

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Under Armour – The athletic apparel maker reported a breakeven quarter on an adjusted basis, matching Street forecasts. Revenue topped consensus. North American sales fell, but that was offset by a strong performance internationally. Under Armour also announced an expansion of a previously announced restructuring program, saying it saw more opportunities to optimize its operations.

STOCK SYMBOL: UAA

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Blue Apron – The meal kit service lost 20 cents per share for the fourth quarter, smaller than the 27 cent a share loss that Wall Street was anticipating. Revenue beat consensus, despite a drop in its customer base. Results were aided by a decline in marketing expenses.

STOCK SYMBOL: APRN

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Generac – The maker of power generators earned an adjusted $1.37 per share for the fourth quarter, beating the $1.19 a share consensus estimate. Revenue also topped forecasts, with shipments of home standby generators near record levels thanks to elevated power outage activity.

STOCK SYMBOL: GNRC

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GNC Holdings – The health products retailer matched estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 25 cents per share. Revenue fell short of forecasts, despite a same-store sales increase of 5.7 percent. The company said it is seeing positive results from its revamped pricing model and enhanced loyalty programs.

STOCK SYMBOL: GNC

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AmerisourceBergen — Walgreens Boots Alliance has reached out to the drug distributor about a possible takeover, according to The Wall Street Journal, but the talks are in an early stage and no deal will necessarily be reached. Walgreens already owns about 26 percent of AmerisourceBergen and has a representative on the board of directors.

STOCK SYMBOL: ABC

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Novartis – Novartis won Food and Drug Administration approval for a larger dose of its multiple sclerosis drug Glatopa. The drug, made by the company's Sandoz division, is a generic version of Teva's best-selling Copaxone.

STOCK SYMBOL: NVS

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Vipshop – Vipshop beat analysts' forecasts on both the top and bottom lines with its latest earnings report, with the China-based online retailer seeing a 27 percent jump in sales during the quarter compared to a year earlier.

STOCK SYMBOL: VIPS

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MGM Resorts – MGM opened its new Macau casino, just ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday. The new MGM Cotai will more than triple the number of available MGM hotel rooms in the Chinese territory.

STOCK SYMBOL: MGM

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IBM – IBM sued former human resources executive Lindsay-Rae McIntyre after she was hired by Microsoft this past weekend as its chief diversity officer. IBM accuses McIntyre of violating a one-year non-competitive agreement.

STOCK SYMBOL: IBM

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General Motors – GM is shutting down one of its four South Korean plants and will take an $850 million charge as it scales down its unprofitable operation in that country. The automaker will decide on the future of the other plants within a few weeks.

STOCK SYMBOL: GM

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Barnes & Noble – The book retailer is cutting staff by an unspecified amount, following a weak holiday season that saw comparable-store sales drop by 6.4 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: BKS

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JPMorgan Chase – The bank was upgraded to "outperform" from "market perform" at Keefe Bruyette & Woods, which said the recent sell-off is a chance to add quality to portfolios at reasonable valuations and that JPMorgan now has a favorable risk/reward profile at current prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: JPM

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Quest Diagnostics – Quest was upgraded to "outperform" from "neutral" at Credit Suisse, which points to the medical lab operator's opportunities to promote growth in that business.

STOCK SYMBOL: DGX

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Dun & Bradstreet – The company reported quarterly profit of $3.22 per share, 18 cents above estimates, though revenue was short of forecasts. The financial data and analytics company also raised its quarterly dividend by two cents to 52-1/4 cents per share. The company also said Chief Executive Officer Robert Carrigan is stepping down, to be replaced on an interim basis by lead director Thomas Manning, who was also named board chairman.

STOCK SYMBOL: DNB

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Transcript of George Webb Video Series Part 246 "Hillary's Leakers, Hackers, and Henchmen" [@Georgwebb / #HRCRatline]

  • Day 89.3. Retake - Deep Uranium Called, Introducing Deep Campbell - YouTube
    • Day 89 0.3 hopefully everybody has seen eighty nine point two
    • And seen kind of the uranium Valley that the Tennessee Valley that I that I talked about
    • And it's kind of the the workflow for uranium
    • And if you start out in these western states where these US geological surveys were taken to identify--promising uranium mines and finds, and all the precious metals really gold palladium what-have-you
    • And then you follow that and say well you you don't want to carry a lot of you there's not much uranium and natural uranium I mean it's mostly ore
    • So you need to crush it you need to rock crush it
    • There's that's your Kroupnick crushers right it's nice to have that cake a Kroupnick crushers you use those Kroupnick crushers to bring the yellowcake
    • You want to get it as close to yellowcake as possible before you bring it to a city
    • And I'm not making this up Metropolis, Illinois
    • Dick Durbin metropolis, Illinois
    • And they're you're gonna take that yellow cake and you're gonna convert it
    • And you're gonna put it into you're gonna convert it to UF6 uranium hexafluoride
    • You're gonna put it into a cylinder
    • And then from that point--you're probably writing CSX trains train lines the whole way
    • And I used to watch the CSX train lines with the oil train lines in Oregon on the Columbia River
    • And I always thought man I wonder if all those oil things are actually full of oil or they they have yellowcake--I always worried about the yellowcake because of Uranium One
    • But--you you if you watch the earlier episode you see that Metropolis where the Honeywell plant was
    • And then just you move it downriver on the barge to Paducah
    • You put it in the gas diffusion you spin it you get the 238 over here
    • You got the 235 over there and you're you're enriching
    • And as you enrich you increase the value of your bank account
    • So you're enriching yourself as well as enriching their uranium
    • And if you really want to get rich, you go all the way to Piketown Ohio where the parallel construction happened on me, right
    • So that was actually what the u.s. government did for the Manhattan Project to make a nuclear bomb
    • So when you get to Piketown you're doing the enrichment for final-final weapons-grade uranium
    • Now what's interesting is there's a lot of volunteers along this valley--this valley is Tennessee Valley Authority that provided the power for spinning all these centrifuges
    • And it's kind of like uranium Valley
    • I talked earlier about Clarksville and I talked about Fort Campbell there and 101st airborne and how its kind of this recruiting ground for these people that end up becoming a part of NNSA--this kind of enforcement arm of the FBI
    • And they recruit from Fort Campbell in Clarksville, Tennessee
    • And Steve Bannon ends up spending time in Clarksville Tennessee and Strzok spends a time in Clarksville, Tennessee
    • And then we talked about the Erwin, Tennessee today, where you end up with the national are the nuclear fuels services NFS--for providing nuclear fuel rods to the Navy
    • So this is kind of like the whole food chain
    • But there's also a depleted uranium side to this--a byproduct side, if you will, in Jonesboro I think we're Aerojet is
    • And so they're making depleted uranium ammunition
    • And then if you go to again, in Tennessee still--we're still in Tennessee where the Navy does all its nuclear training for Oak Ridge, Tennessee--you've got erosion excuse me Orbital ATK
    • They're they're making satellites, Orbital made the satellites
    • But ATK made the depleted uranium cannon weapons
    • I think it's called the "chain gun"--the--the rapid firing cannon I think that gets mounted on a lot of the Bradley fighting vehicles
    • So a lot of this is just this conceptual understanding of this flow of uranium through this valley
    • This valley of power
    • This valley of Tennessee River that's providing the power for spinning all this uranium...
    • It's very fundamental as a foundation to understanding this whole story of the Navy and nuclear power
    • Understanding the NNSA and how the FBI when they take control of this in 1998, sees this as their kind of like pay-to-play--their destiny
    • And this is not this is the truth this is the reality
    • And we've had so many great volunteers that have along the way have provided factual pictures of--hey here's the UF6--here's the UF6 cylinders going down the track on the CSX train
    • And here recently we had a derailment there of a CSX train
    • One guy I'll just call him Deep Campbell and--who I know who you are and I won't say the initials but D I'm gonna call him Deep Campbell for Deep Fort Campbell--
    • He's I believe he's a vet I believe he's disabled and he took pictures
    • And--if the reports are true it's pretty it's pretty chilling
    • I mean House-invaded, all of his stuff taken, all the thumb drives these are the pictures
    • Now of the UF6 containers going down that the CSX track
    • We're talking about poisoning of his animals, really?
    • His dog--he ran a forensics on his the his dog was killed and he ran a forensics on it and it was given a huge overdose of carfentanyl
    • His other pet did not die
    • But this is the Deepstate really acting out, and saying I don't want you to know about this uranium Valley
    • I don't want you to know about this ratline
    • I don't want you to know about Aerojet doing depleted uranium weapons
    • I don't want you to know about orbital ATK doing depleted cannon rounds
    • Really this really pisses us off--here at FBI and NNSA
    • But--what I'm not I don't really care, because we are a democratic society
    • And our job is to tell the truth
    • And if this really did happen, and I have no reason to believe it did not, Andrew McCabe is taking his role as kind of a warrior for the deep state
    • He really needs to sit down and think do I really want to be the lapdog
    • Do I really want to be the lap dog of John Brennan my whole life?
    • Or do I have a chance now in my retirement to say, "John Brennan, I don't care what you did to me before. I don't care what's happened to me before. I'm gonna be my own man, and I'm gonna stand up, I'm gonna stand up and say no more of this, this is wrong"
    • "What I did was wrong in your name as your infiltrator to the FBI and JTTF what I did was wrong"
    • "And I am going to say that that time at FBI was a mistake and I'm going to repudiate everything that I've done in the name of the FBI as a CIA CIA infiltration"
    • And I'm sorry but this is the truth
    • This is what really happened
    • Andrew you need to step forward and say "this was a mistake"
    • Stop all this with the attacking of people who are just good citizens, who've just paid their taxes
    • Stop targeting good Americans who are trying to do the right thing
  • Day 90.1 Depleted Uranium Meets Uranium One - YouTube
    • It's day 90 this is part one lots of confirmations coming in here's an article by BuzzFeed
    • Normally peepee dossier BuzzFeed, but they have a great reporter and Jason Leopold
    • And he's done an article here about payments to Russian and Embassy employees
    • These are going to be the Centreville payments but they're also going to include the New York payments to the Braverman consulate to the New York Braverman consulate up in Russia
    • And I do believe Braverman was the agent or representative in New York for the some of the spying activities that occur in New York
    • [We'll] go over the payments first to the Ambassador and then we'll go to the payments to the 600 payments to the different Russian immigrants
    • So here's Sergei Kislyak I believe the payments are going to be through Jeff Sessions
    • Now there's going to be two payments one just after the election and then one just after the inauguration
    • One's $120,000 that went through and then after Trump takes over in Mnuchin is running the Secretary of the Treasury they catch this suspicious activity transfer here of a hundred and fifty thousand dollars to Kislyak
    • So Kislyak is definitely implicated
    • The total amount of payments is about 2.4 million dollars in payments to Russian spies as well as contractors...
    • But these are kickbacks and bribes
    • Here's 120 days after the election
    • Here's $150,000 that didn't go through
    • Then there is they flagged this set of checks here when Braverman was running the Clinton Foundation in New York from March to April 7th
    • And these are just basically renovations to the consulate in New York City, which is three hundred seventy thousand dollars
    • This series took you there last summer with what I was there with Jason
    • And then over five years ago over five years through the Russian Cultural Center, here in Washington DC, another three hundred twenty five thousand was passed through there
    • And a lot of times what you'll do when you bring in spies...you'll pay for their school, you'll pay for their housing, you'll pay for all their different living expenses
    • And that's one of the ways to reduce the total amount that needs to be laundered
    • Through the period of time more than 2.4 million dollars over the five years occurred
    • So that's the key thing and it's there was about six hundred such payments from 2013 to March 2017
    • So, these are not just contractors these are people that are doing spying as well
    • You mix the two together to hide them
    • Again, here's the suspicious activity reports (SARs) that you've been introduced to in the series coming in handy again
    • So and I'll just say there's the picture of Kislyak and I'll quickly go to the just a quick overview of his 120-thousand
    • How he laundered it--he showered it between two different accounts to try to get it under that hundred thousand dollar figure
    • And then this is the 30 checks for the three hundred and seventy thousand dollars for the embassy renovation, or excuse me the consulate renovation--the Braverman consulate in New York
    • And I also believe that Braverman made many trips to this consulate for spying on financial figures in New York as well as stock market folks and all the people involved in the New York financial community
    • As well as down here in Washington DC
    • Again, I'm just saying Braverman is a good guy though at the end of the day
    • He does buckle when he sees the what's happening in Haiti and other places with the Clinton Foundation money and some of the things that the Clinton Foundation is doing with the money
    • Braverman I'm saying is a good spy, but he drew the line
    • And so next thing is if speaking of spies will talk about Sid Blumenthal with the well non-official cover (NOC) let's say journalists with a non-official cover
    • We now find that Blumenthal was paid by Fusion GPS
    • And this is more for the disinformation campaign in Europe
    • Again, he said concentrates mostly in Europe he was very good friends with Tyler Drumheller
    • He got all the plans for Zero Footprint and Timber Sycamore etc
    • We did a must have done a hundred stories on him at the start of this series and also very good friends with Valerie Plame
    • All these people again, play into the whole uranium game
    • The whole structuring of the uranium game really especially with NATO is Valerie Plame and Sid Blumenthal
    • Quickly moving on, to the old Tennessee Valley Authority the electrification project, kind of became the uranium Valley, because these gas centrifuges require so much energy
    • So it became the kind of area of expertise of all these scientists that move there
    • There's Oak Ridge was this hidden city...and a lot of the early Navy guys went there for training
    • Now I'm not saying Bannon went there for training at Fort Campbell for Nuclear training
    • But here is (excuse me) here is the nuclear training center Navy nuclear power training school down in South Carolina
    • This is in Charleston South Carolina
    • But and it's named after Admiral Rickover is kind of like the father of the nuclear Navy
    • Now he originally did his training in Oak Ridge Tennessee
    • So before that they before they built this school in 1955 that was done in Oak Ridge Tennessee and you can see that I'll quickly go here to the next piece, which is
    • Near Oak Ridge is this Jonesboro Aerojet Factory
    • And that Jonesboro Aerojet factory the reason why they're concerned with depleted uranium is these weapons it's leaking into the soil etc
    • There's these protest groups
    • So that's very close actually and you can see the Rolling Hills here...to this Aerojet Rocketdyne factory
    • Looking at Jonesboro, is almost directly south of Piketon, Ohio
    • Piketon Ohio was where I was about an hour away from, when I was stopped on my kind of after my visit with Deep Uranium on June 15 2017
    • You can see how it's kind of directly south here's where Mark Lambert went to school
    • The University of Cincinnati, and it's a straight South shot to Jonesboro
    • Now they made--used to make weapons up here at this factory in Piketown and you have to get rid of these the tailings of that process
    • The tailings of that process is depleted uranium
    • So we're the Piketown murders we're the Rhoden murders...the people taking from depleted uranium down to the plant here in Jonesboro?
    • Well I'll give you some information that may help be helpful in that decision-making
    • Well first of all, currently in Hartsville, in between in between Clarksville, where the old nuclear school used to be, and oak ridge, we have Cameco, the Canadian company Cameco pulling out
    • {{ Video Cuts }}
    • This depleted uranium we also done a lot of stories on depleted uranium
    • I think this story is going to be about depleted uranium, going from Piketown as we had said before to Jonesboro I just didn't know exactly where the weapons factory was,
    • But deplaning depleted uranium obviously figures big into the story
    • If--didn't remember what something else from the story first yesterday was the Argonne National Laboratories
    • And people were wondering "was that Fermilab or whatever"
    • No that's in California I believe
    • This is actually just outside Chicago we actually sold them some pretty printing for their to the research group
    • It was originally based on her Enrico Fermi's work there on nuclear reactors
    • But what most people don't know about Argonne National Laboratories is it's where all the Navy nuclear power plants reactors were designed
    • It was the first power producing nuclear reactors that helped design the reactors used by the nuclear Navy right there, beginning in in the post-war period
    • {{ Video cuts }}
    • I called nuclear information and resource services
    • And they do different environmental justice type movements...and
    • But they've got a lot of information on this Louisiana energy, which is wholly owned by Urenco
    • So I have to do is follow Louisiana energy to really follow the movements of Urenco in the United States
    • Urenco again, is the company I am saying took a uranium intended for Europe and sent it to the UAE and then on to Iran
    • If this is the case the U.S. Enrichment case in 2004, talking about the original application to get the American Centerfuge plant in Piketon, Ohio in 2004
    • And the main concern was again, depleted uranium
    • There was no plan of action for depleted uranium
    • You can see right here
    • And I'm going to just say it's quite simply he just went into weapons and Aerojet in Jonestown
    • and it's being stockpiled it was a problem piling up in Piketown and it was just taken to Jonesborough, excuse me, and using depleted uranium weapons
    • From the very beginning of this series, I think going back 240 days I should say, we've been talking about depleted uranium and it's used
    • {{ Video cuts }}
    • I ask, again, is Steve Bannon the key architect of this uranium backbone in America, in terms of the Navy trading, as far as the Navy's representation in terms of trading with other countries?
    • Is Steve Bannon one of the key players in how the Navy invests its money?
  • Day 90.2. Bannon and Mooch Handle Navy Intel Investments? - YouTube
    • Day 90 and it is part two let's talk about Navy investments in navy Intelligence
    • If you are heavily invested in Navy Intelligence, you have an idea of what's coming down the pike, in terms of technology
    • You have a--you know what's coming down the pike in terms of satellite technology
    • You know what's coming down the pike in terms of nuclear technology at--those two especially
    • So the people like Steve Bannon and Scaramucci who invest for them
    • (Is that for Rao? No or maybe it's for Omar)
    • The people who invest they want to use their inside track to get the best investments
    • So it turns out that these nuclear investments and also space investments
    • Space first satellite launches
    • Are two key areas where the Bannon's and the Scaramuccies of the world invest
    • And one of them let's take it for the nuclear side for the boats and the propelling the boats and having a supply of uranium coming in highly enriched uranium to run navy boats (Navy ships excuse me)
    • It's called electric boat
    • That's the company to start looking at
    • You're gonna do a pay-to-play you're going to do with electric boat they're gonna be doing the small reactors that go in these Navy vessels thats use these fuel rods
    • Again, the fuel rods are serviced in Mobile, Alabama
    • So that's one side to look at the other site is to get experts and have a vehicle to invest in satellite the satellite business
    • And we've seen this over and over again, with the Mark Lambert's of the world being satellite logistics geospatial experts
    • The Osbaldos--of the world
    • Lots of names, lots of investments, complicated, but it's just the way it is
    • The new name is the Crypt Nix Kroupnicks
    • The Kroupnick says--are doing the land logistics the U.S. Enrichment corps is doing a with Roman Kroupnik
    • Roman Kroupnick with all the uranium crushers...all over the world involved in Uranium One in the U.S. involved in all these interests in Africa
    • But we also have a GUENNADI G U E N N A D I Kroupnick in Canada running the space program for Canada
    • Now the some people might say, "hey I would rather give my trade secrets to Canada--a place I could get up there pretty fairly quickly, and leverage my investments not so much in the payload, and the take-off system, but all the stuff that goes on the payload, so I want to make satellite payloads for communications for instance--for Iridium or I might want to do the space arm people--remember the Canada arm off the shuttle...or make investments in other things like the more developing commercial space program, like firing off rockets from the South Pole, and doing weather satellites for the South Pole"
    • The reason why is you can shoot rockets off anytime you want, the Penguins don't really care
    • So but it's difficult because the satellites go around the middle of the earth
    • And so they have to solve that problem but Guennadi Kroupnick--like you didn't have enough Kroupnicks in your life--is actually involved in solving that problem, using an elliptical orbit, and all these other technical things
    • But the key is if Bannon and Scaramucci are going to be investing money for you
    • You want to invest in money where you have the key Intelligence
    • If you're Navy Intelligence you want to use your Intelligence to make money
    • And you're going to use Steve Bannon and Scaramucci are your two investors here for pay to play
  • Day 90.3. Do the American People Fusion GPS Testimony - YouTube
    • NO AUTOCAPTIONS
    • Triggered Backup
    • If you had Awan-Contra type network through 123 dropbox say, you'd want to make sure your info wasn't intercepted
    • I'd use a multiplayer video game to do that, make sure that my encrypted codes were going into the multiplayer video game
    • But that's another conversation about Zenimax with Steve Bannon {{ 911: skyrim publisher, bethesda software in rockville, md }}
    • In Hawaii if you trigger a DEFCON level, even if no response, you'd still trigger a backup to bluffdale data center in UTAH
    • Meeting with Bain [Capital] and KK&R, which may have happened at USPACOM in Hawaii at Diamond's Head, may or may not have had Mitt Romney receiving information we know Booze-Allen is there, we know from Snowden worked for BA, that's a sieve as far as data is concerned
    • If you want to see if your data had indeed been compromised when a leaker of yours was removed--let's say 'leaky Pho soup Pho' up in Ft. Meade, you'd be able to check it basically by triggering a DEFCON situation and triggering a backup
    • We know from Snowden that's what TAO does, does these secure access programs (SAPs)
    • And each one of them could be an Awan-Contra in and of themselves, different operations
    • Special cryptography for SAPs is in Oakridge, TN
    • Oakridge, TN is the cryptology center as well
    • We know that there are centers in Aurora, Colorado; we know there are centers in Texas; we know about Fort Gordon and sweet tea, and Reality Winner down there; we're learning all the NSA opportunities here
    • The House Intel Committee voted to release the Testimony--on the house side now; not the Senate side, Feinstein already
    • Devin Nunes has said House members only, special reading room, you can read, can't take notes, but you can read and leave
    • You might want to check the names Sid Blumenthal and the name Imran Awan--those are two biggies to check for Glenn Simpson's testimony
    • But now they're going to be able to compare the notes and 7 hours of testimony Glenn Simpson gave on the the house side to the Senate side to see if the two things match
    • If he says something radically different then that will be a red flag (CAUDEX, Bean LLC example)
    • For Glenn Simpson to forget Sid Blumenthal as one of the Payees would be a GLARING omission
    • Triggered Backups, Glaring omissions, matching testimonies
    • Hopefully we'll trigger the people of the united states
    • {{ GOWDYMODE }} We'll leyet the People of the Unahted Staytes
    • Sorry about the bad Trey Gowdy
    • {{ 911: Never, EVER apologize for Gowdymode, Cap'n }}
  • Day 90.4. Barrick Gold HQ - YouTube
    • Day 90 this is part 4
    • Sorry it's so loud
    • This is 101 Constitution
    • That's the door to one America Network just back there
    • But this is also the home of Barrick Gold
    • Now I don't know what kind of gold mining they're doing maybe they're mining up there
    • But I don't see any gold mines over here
    • But up there on the sixth floor it's kind of nice kind of nice up there
    • So it's got an old history with ADman Khasshougi--this weapons for drugs dealer in Iran-Contra
    • Is it related now to this 'contra'
    • This Greg Struble which is kind of like rubble Greg's trouble
    • Good friends of Mark Lambert not another Navy guy just like George Bush is that the kind of investment arm for the Navy in mining?
    • You know, Barrick Gold, if you look at the history of Barrick Gold--there's there there's trouble everywhere they go
    • So maybe that's great troubles just kind of swizzle a little bit but everywhere you go--
    • On the border of Argentina and Chile there's a big dispute
    • They say they kill everybody there's
    • (Maybe they're coming for Rao? Rao? I'm thinking more and more that's maybe Omar?--All right we don't really know)
    • (So anyway give our salute to our fine)
    • {{ SIREN: REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE }}
    • So there you have it
    • It's not it's not for Rao
    • Maybe it's just organ recovery
    • And over at MedStar or over at Georgetown
    • That's it from beautiful Barrick Gold mining company
  • Day 91.1 Did Bannon Leave Mercer Nukes For Kwok Opium? - YouTube
    • Ok it's day 91 and this is part one
    • And yesterday I sort of did a video about how Russia has sort of become a crime partner an organized crime partner of the FBI and the alphabet agencies in this area of the Navy technology--Navy nuclear technology and Space technology
    • And all the videos yesterday were on that subject
    • And I talked about Bannon
    • I talked about Sessions...
    • And all these concepts when they first go out there roundly criticized as conspiratorial or whatever--
    • The hard drives broken hard drives at Iran's house that was a lie
    • Taggart was a lie
    • Mark Lambert was a wild goose chase
    • It was a it was a dead end
    • Now we've got all the I just can't count how many stories have been characterized that way, when they first come out
    • But as it slowly sinks in I remember even the peepee dossier when it came out and peepee FISA were criticized as being tangents...
    • And now we see those are Center
    • The car theft ring here in Virginia was another one the Train of the cars being moved to West Africa and having weapons and drugs all that--operation Cassandra--was all questioned
    • But as time went by and documents came out people realized that this is actually what is happening
    • That the alphabet agencies--this group within the CIA, and a very small group of infiltrators inside the FBI, but at the top of the FBI, have infiltrated our top Intelligence agencies, to basically go in partnership in organized crime with the Russians
    • Now I've never said this before
    • You heard Deep Uranium's say this that ST that pair in cryptography circles is Special Tactics
    • And then RZ is Russia Zone
    • And then OK is the German abbreviation German Intelligence abbreviation for organized crime
    • So this whole Strzok plan--is this the Strzok plan, basically enabling an organized crime network okay
    • Now there's another meaning, and I didn't mean to ever go here, but it's called ZOCK
    • The last three letters of a Zock is a hair that you would find near private parts
    • And STR-zok means you're able to pull that hair anytime you want
    • So there's an expression having someone by the short hairs is what a Strzok actually is
    • Again, that's Deep Uranium, inside baseball talk, as far as I guess--it's inside organized crime and alphabet agency talk
    • Is this a Strzok?
    • Is this whole thing a partnership of our Intelligence agencies, and elements rogue elements of the Russian military structure, to create an organized crime?
    • Well if you start looking at the components it all fits together
    • For instance if you have these houses in New York and in Maryland close to DC close to the financial center in the government center
    • As we've said before these are the two pay-to-play areas
    • You basically you play down here in Washington DC, get all the secrets, and you make it pay for yourself up in New York
    • Isn't this exactly what Steve Bannon did?
    • Isn't this exactly the trajectory of Steve Bannon being coming the chief Intelligence officer for the Chief of Naval Operations
    • >>>CONT
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Friday December 9th Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

Good morning traders of the stocks sub! Happy Friday! Here are your pre-market stock movers & news for today-

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • WYNN
  • LVS
  • XLF
  • FGP
  • RH
  • AVGO
  • FNSR
  • DGAZ
  • MGM
  • UGAZ
  • MPEL
  • JDST
  • SWC
  • QQQ
  • SOXX
  • DLTH
  • AIRG
  • MTN
  • C
  • GDXJ
  • MS
  • AZN
  • NUGT
  • SWKS

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS: LVS, MGM, WYNN, RH, AFL, BIIB, MTN, DLTH, AVGO, T, MMM, MON, WFC

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Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts, Wynn Resorts — Shares of casino operators are bouncing back this morning, after Macau officials said they had not shrunk daily cash withdrawal limits for Chinese gamblers. A report in the South China Morning Post had said the amount allowed for withdrawal from automated teller machines would be cut in half.

STOCK SYMBOL: LVS

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STOCK SYMBOL: MGM

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STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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Restoration Hardware — The luxury furnishings retailer reported adjusted quarterly profit of 20 cents per share, four cents above estimates. Revenue also beat forecasts, but the company gave weak current quarter guidance due to promotional activity.

STOCK SYMBOL: RH

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Aflac — The disability insurer was cut to "underperform" from "market perform" at RBC, based on RBC's outlook for sluggish sales growth and various earnings headwinds.

STOCK SYMBOL: AFL

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Biogen — Biogen's experimental Alzheimer's drug was shown to reduce the risk of brain swelling when doses are gradually increased as opposed to using fixed higher doses.

STOCK SYMBOL: BIIB

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Vail Resorts — The resort operator lost $1.70 per share for its latest quarter, 13 cents wider than anticipated, and its revenue also came in below analyst estimates. However, Vail did raise its 2017 resort earnings outlook, and said season pass sales during the quarter were up 16 percent over a year ago.

STOCK SYMBOL: MTN

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Duluth Holdings — Duluth reported a profit of 1 cent per share, compared to forecasts of a breakeven quarter, but the casual clothing maker saw revenue miss forecasts and it gave weak full-year guidance. Duluth cites unusually warm weather and a highly promotional environment for its cautious forecast.

STOCK SYMBOL: DLTH

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Bristol-Myers Squibb — The drug maker raised its quarterly dividend by 1 cent to 39 cents per share, starting with 2017's first quarter.

STOCK SYMBOL: BMY

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Broadcom — Broadcom came in 9 cents above estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of $3.47 per share, while the chip maker saw revenue come in slightly above Street forecasts. Broadcom also announced a doubling of its quarterly dividend to $1.02 per share.

STOCK SYMBOL: AVGO

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AT&T — Vice Chairman Ralph de la Vega will retire on December 31 after 42 years at the company. De la Vega was responsible for the company's launch of the first iPhone, which at the time was an exclusive contract for AT&T.

STOCK SYMBOL: T

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Athene — Athene priced its initial public offering at $40 per share, in the middle of the expected $38 to $42 range, raising $1.1 billion. That makes the annuity provider's IPO the second largest of the year, behind ZTO Express, according to Dealogic.

STOCK SYMBOL: ATH

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3M — 3M sold its identity management business to Amsterdam-based Gemalto for $850 million. The deal is expected to close in the first half of 2017.

STOCK SYMBOL: MMM

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Monsanto — The chemical maker was sued by Washington state for damages and cleanup costs related to PCB production.

STOCK SYMBOL: MON

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Wells Fargo — The bank reportedly chose four of its directors, including chairman Stephen Sanger and vice chair Elizabeth Duke, for a panel that will lead an investigation into the recent sales practices scandal. Reuters reports the other two members are directors Enrique Hernandez and Donald James, and that all four are independent directors.

STOCK SYMBOL: WFC

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Lions Gate — The movie studio closed its acquisition of cable network operator Starz for $4.4 billion in cash and stock.

STOCK SYMBOL: LGF

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8.1.17 Tuesday's Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders of the stocks sub! Happy first trading day of August to y'alls! Here are your stock market movers & news on this Tuesday, August 1st-

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EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • SHOP
  • UAA
  • AAPL
  • S
  • UA
  • PFE
  • P
  • LL
  • ZYNE
  • REGN
  • RACE
  • CMI
  • INCY
  • IDXX
  • MOS vCBMX
  • BB.CA
  • TGTX
  • ADM
  • XYL
  • ACCO
  • YRD
  • EIGI
  • PBI
  • XRX

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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Under Armour – The athletic footwear and apparel maker reported a quarterly loss of three cents per share, half of what analysts had expected, and revenue beat forecasts. Under Armour cut its full-year outlook below forecasts, however, and also announced a restructuring that will include job cuts.

STOCK SYMBOL: UAA

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Pfizer – The drugmaker came in one cent a share above estimates, with quarterly profit of 67 cents per share. Revenue came in below forecasts, however, as demand for its Enbrel and Prevnar drugs dropped. Pfizer did increase the midrange of its 2017 earnings forecast.

STOCK SYMBOL: PFE

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Archer Daniels Midland – The grain processor earned an adjusted 57 cents per share for its latest quarter, five cents above estimates. Revenue was well below forecasts, however, on weakness in the company's oilseeds processing unit.

STOCK SYMBOL: ADM

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Pandora Media - The streaming music service lost 21 cents per share for its latest quarter, three cents a share smaller than anticipated. Revenue beat estimates on increased ad spending, but the company also cut its full-year forecast following the sale of its Ticketfly ticketing firm and as subscription revenue comes in below forecasts.

STOCK SYMBOL: P

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Texas Roadhouse – Texas Roadhouse matched estimates with quarterly profit of 53 cents per share, while the restaurant chain's revenue was slightly above forecasts. Same-restaurant sales rose four percent, beating consensus estimates of a 3.3 percent increase.

STOCK SYMBOL: TXRH

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AutoNation – AutoNation lost its spot in the S&P 500, pushed out by MetLife spinoff Brighthouse Financial. The MetLife U.S. retail business is set to start trading on its own next Monday. The automobile retailer's stock will be moved to the S&P MidCap 400 index.

STOCK SYMBOL: AN

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Honda – Honda beat analysts' forecasts with its quarterly operating profit of $2.44 billion, as stronger Asian sales offset weakness in North America. The automaker also raised its full-year forecast on more favorable currency exchange rates.

STOCK SYMBOL: HMC

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Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts – These and other casino operators with a presence in Macau could benefit as monthly revenue in the Chinese territory rises 29 percent in July compared to a year ago.

STOCK SYMBOL: LVS

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STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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Snap – Snap will not be eligible for inclusion in the S&P 500 following a new rule which takes effect today, barring companies with multiple share classes. The decision does not affect existing S&P 500 members with multiple shares classes like Alphabet and Berkshire Hathaway.

STOCK SYMBOL: SNAP

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Sony – Sony's profit nearly quadrupled in its fiscal first quarter compared to a year earlier, as it saw an overall recovery in its business and a particularly strong performance from its image sensor unit.

STOCK SYMBOL: SNE

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Pitney Bowes – The commerce technology provider earned an adjusted 33 cents per share for its latest quarter, three cents a share short of forecasts. Revenue missed expectations, as well, and the company also lowered the high end of its full-year forecast. The company said it is pleased with the potential it has created but has not yet fulfilled that potential.

STOCK SYMBOL: PBI

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Xerox – Xerox came in seven cents a share above estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 87 cents per share. Revenue was slightly short of forecasts, however, as the company transitions to a new product lineup.

STOCK SYMBOL: XRX

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BP – The oil giant earned $553 million for the second quarter, reversing a year-ago loss although its bottom line continues to be affected by costs related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

STOCK SYMBOL: BP

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Sprint – The wireless services provider earned five cents per share for its latest quarter, compared to consensus forecasts of a one cent loss. Revenue beat forecasts, while Sprint chalked up net additions of 61,000 wireless subscribers.

STOCK SYMBOL: S

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Summer Drought? Let's look at the schedule of what we have coming up...

I've seen an article here and discussion around the net regarding the "summer drought" we are heading into. I want to clear this up right now and say we don't have a drought of boxing. That's for sure. What we have is probably a drought of star power. Understandable, the "stars” are all fighting in the fall and as we get close that schedule will go up. So I did some research and here’s what we have to look forward to in the coming months. Previews will go up to give you a good idea of what to expect and whether you should be invested in the fights.
Friday 12 July
From Las Vegas ESPN2
Saturday 13 July
From Hull, England Sky Sports
From Monte Carlo, Monaco beIn Sport, Boxnation
"Monaco Million Dollar Super Four" Final"
From Dresden, Germany ESPN3.com
From Inglewood, California Unimas
Friday July 19
From Salen, New Hampshire ESPN2
From Las Vegas Showtime
Saturday 20 July
From Wembley Arena Boxnation
Fantasy Springs in Indio, CA Fox Sports Net
Tuesday 23 July
From Tokyo, Japan
  • Koki Kameda v John Mark Apolinario
Friday 26 July
From Lincoln, California ESPN2
  • Juan Carlos Burgos v TBA
Saturday 27 July
From Macau, China HBO2
  • Zou Shiming v Jesus Ortega
  • Evgeny Gradovich v Mauricio Javier Munoz
  • Juan Francisco Estrada v Milan Melindo
From the AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas Showtime
  • Andre Berto v Jesus Soto Karass
  • Keith Thurman v Diego Gabriel Chaves
  • Omar Figueroa v Nihito Arakawa
Friday 2 August
From Miami, Oklahoma ESPN2
  • Javier Fortuna v Luis Franco
  • Kermit Cintron v Jonathan Batista
Saturday 3 August
From Arena Roberto Duran in Panama City
  • Luis Concepcion v Nestor Daniel Narvaes
From the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut NBC Sports Net
  • Tomasz Adamek v Tony Grano
  • Eddie Chambers v Thabiso
Friday 9 August
From Cabazon, California ESPN2
  • Rustam Nugaev v Jose Hernandez
From Indio, California Showtime
  • Deontay Wilder v Sergei Liakhovic
  • Jermall Charlo v ZZZZzzzzz
Saturday 10 August
From Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Unimas
  • Gamalier Rodriguez v Jorge Pazos
Megapolis Convention Center in Panama
  • Anselmo Moreno v William Urina
  • Oscar Escandon v Nehomar Cermeno (Escandon is an upcoming prospect 22-0)
From Mexico City * Bryan Vasquez v Rene Gonzalez
Monday 12 August
From Tokyo, Japan
  • Shinsuke Yamanaka v Jose Nieves
  • Akira Yaegashi v Oscar Blanquet
Friday 16 August
From Chicago, Illinois ESPN2
(Friday Night Fights Season Finale and one of the most anticipated fights of the summer for me.)
  • Arthur Szpillka v Mike Mollo
  • Andrzej Fonfara v Gabriel Campillo
Saturday 17 August
Revel Resort in Atlantic City HBO
  • Daniel Geale v Darren Barker
  • Johnathan Romero v Kiko Martinez
  • Thomas Dulorme v TBA (probably not televised)
Motorpoint Arena in Wales HBO
  • Nathan Cleverly v Sergey Kovalev
Saturday 24 August
From Schwerin in Germany
  • Juergen Braehmer v Stefano Abatangelo
  • Arthur Abrahmam v Willbeforce Shihepo
From the Stubhub Center in Carson, California Showtime
  • Abner Mares v Jhonny Gonzalez
  • Victor Terrazas v Leo Santa Cruz
Saturday 31 August (a boring week)
From Claudelands Arena in New Zealand
  • David Tua v Alexander Ustinov
In my opinion, this marks the start of the fall season and the first fight is a good one.
Saturday 7 September
From the Scottish Exhibition Centre (no TV yet)
  • Ricky Burns v Raymundo Beltran
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8.1.17 Tuesday Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders! Happy first trading day of August to y'alls! Here are your stock market movers & news on this Tuesday, August 1st-

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EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • SHOP
  • UAA
  • AAPL
  • S
  • UA
  • PFE
  • P
  • LL
  • ZYNE
  • REGN
  • RACE
  • CMI
  • INCY
  • IDXX
  • MOS vCBMX
  • BB.CA
  • TGTX
  • ADM
  • XYL
  • ACCO
  • YRD
  • EIGI
  • PBI
  • XRX

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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Under Armour – The athletic footwear and apparel maker reported a quarterly loss of three cents per share, half of what analysts had expected, and revenue beat forecasts. Under Armour cut its full-year outlook below forecasts, however, and also announced a restructuring that will include job cuts.

STOCK SYMBOL: UAA

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Pfizer – The drugmaker came in one cent a share above estimates, with quarterly profit of 67 cents per share. Revenue came in below forecasts, however, as demand for its Enbrel and Prevnar drugs dropped. Pfizer did increase the midrange of its 2017 earnings forecast.

STOCK SYMBOL: PFE

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Archer Daniels Midland – The grain processor earned an adjusted 57 cents per share for its latest quarter, five cents above estimates. Revenue was well below forecasts, however, on weakness in the company's oilseeds processing unit.

STOCK SYMBOL: ADM

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Pandora Media - The streaming music service lost 21 cents per share for its latest quarter, three cents a share smaller than anticipated. Revenue beat estimates on increased ad spending, but the company also cut its full-year forecast following the sale of its Ticketfly ticketing firm and as subscription revenue comes in below forecasts.

STOCK SYMBOL: P

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Texas Roadhouse – Texas Roadhouse matched estimates with quarterly profit of 53 cents per share, while the restaurant chain's revenue was slightly above forecasts. Same-restaurant sales rose four percent, beating consensus estimates of a 3.3 percent increase.

STOCK SYMBOL: TXRH

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AutoNation – AutoNation lost its spot in the S&P 500, pushed out by MetLife spinoff Brighthouse Financial. The MetLife U.S. retail business is set to start trading on its own next Monday. The automobile retailer's stock will be moved to the S&P MidCap 400 index.

STOCK SYMBOL: AN

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Honda – Honda beat analysts' forecasts with its quarterly operating profit of $2.44 billion, as stronger Asian sales offset weakness in North America. The automaker also raised its full-year forecast on more favorable currency exchange rates.

STOCK SYMBOL: HMC

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Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts – These and other casino operators with a presence in Macau could benefit as monthly revenue in the Chinese territory rises 29 percent in July compared to a year ago.

STOCK SYMBOL: LVS

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STOCK SYMBOL: WYNN

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Snap – Snap will not be eligible for inclusion in the S&P 500 following a new rule which takes effect today, barring companies with multiple share classes. The decision does not affect existing S&P 500 members with multiple shares classes like Alphabet and Berkshire Hathaway.

STOCK SYMBOL: SNAP

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Sony – Sony's profit nearly quadrupled in its fiscal first quarter compared to a year earlier, as it saw an overall recovery in its business and a particularly strong performance from its image sensor unit.

STOCK SYMBOL: SNE

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Pitney Bowes – The commerce technology provider earned an adjusted 33 cents per share for its latest quarter, three cents a share short of forecasts. Revenue missed expectations, as well, and the company also lowered the high end of its full-year forecast. The company said it is pleased with the potential it has created but has not yet fulfilled that potential.

STOCK SYMBOL: PBI

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Xerox – Xerox came in seven cents a share above estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 87 cents per share. Revenue was slightly short of forecasts, however, as the company transitions to a new product lineup.

STOCK SYMBOL: XRX

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BP – The oil giant earned $553 million for the second quarter, reversing a year-ago loss although its bottom line continues to be affected by costs related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

STOCK SYMBOL: BP

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Sprint – The wireless services provider earned five cents per share for its latest quarter, compared to consensus forecasts of a one cent loss. Revenue beat forecasts, while Sprint chalked up net additions of 61,000 wireless subscribers.

STOCK SYMBOL: S

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What is on everyone's radar for today's trading day ahead?

I hope you all have an excellent trading day ahead here on this Tuesday, August the 1st! :)

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