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A wide variety of tech companies are likely to see their March-quarter sales hurt by the coronavirus outbreak's impact on Chinese demand and/or manufacturing.
Pre-market futures are continuing to point to an up opening in less than an hour. Investors continue to watch Q4 results hit the wires in a furious manner. Here are a couple that caught my eye. Expedia is up over 10% in pre-market trading after pos...
A dozen interesting names are reporting Thursday night. Let's see how things are setting up for each of them.
Newly confirmed cases of the Covid-19 virus spiked from Hubei Province in China, where the city of Wuhan is located. The number of related deaths increased as well.
These three companies sport reasonable valuations in light of their growth opportunities and competitive strengths.
A handful of midstream energy companies and a travel giant have seen insiders purchase their shares in recent weeks.
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These 'bearish bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
As competition from tech and payments giants mounts, PayPal plans to tightly integrate Honey's e-commerce deals services with its payments platforms.
While Google reported another strong quarter for its ad business, Expedia and TripAdvisor both posted Q3 earnings misses that were partly blamed on Google Search changes.
Hilton Worldwide and Expedia are moving in opposite directions.
OPEC forecasts declining demand for OPEC oil, not a decline in global demand. That distinction is key.
Disney, Qualcomm and Square are among 75 key reports we are watching.
There appears to be more aggressive buying of the online travel giant's shares in recent months.
The corporate payments processor's shares are up over 50% for the year.
The stock price of Sabre Corp., which services the wholesale side of the global online travel market, is due for a "catch-up" move.
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The online travel giant's post-earnings selloff has left it trading it pretty reasonable multiples. And the company still has some valuable growth drivers and competitive strengths.
Let's look at the chart of EXPE to see where we might consider buying it.
The online travel company could have an oversold bounce at any time, but the bigger picture suggests more weakness ahead.
There has been recent subtle improvement in its charts and a key longer-term technical signal is clearly bullish.
Let's grab our passport and some sunscreen and take a look at the charts this morning.
Risk below $124 and look for longer-term gains to the $155 to $160 area or Expedia's 2017 highs.
These companies have been the stars of the quarterly earning show so far.
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