Daily Market News

November 15, 2018

Introducing a New Company 

(OTC:BIXT) Bioxytran Inc.


Ground Floor Opportunity-Very Small Float


#health #stroke #braininjury #treatment #newdrugcandidate


(OTC:BIXT) Bioxytran Inc’s New Compound for Treating Strokes Will be the Company’s New Health Mission Moving Forward

Summary:

BXT-25 Drug Candidate

Treating Stroke & Other Brain Injuries

Improved Delivery of Oxygen Intravenously

David Platt - CEO/Inventor

https://www.hvst.com/posts/new-company-bioxytran-inc-s-new-compound-for-treating-strokes-ox5TLAjy?compliance_notified=false




Regen BioPharma, Inc. (OTCQB:RGBP) (OTCQB:RGBPP) 

#health #cancer #clinicaltrials #immunotherapy #autoimmunology #lupus #crohns #ulcerativecolitis

 

Therapies $ Treatments for:

Repressing Tumors/Unleashing Cancer-Killing Effects Potentially 

Lupus/Crohn's/Ulcerative Colitis 

https://www.hvst.com/posts/regen-reports-lead-drug-rg-nah005-ready-for-inflammatory-bowel-disease-ibd-testing-EJaTy5v6 … … … … … … … … … … … 


#health #cancer #research

Regen BioPharma, Inc. Reports Additional New NR2F6 Small Molecule Inhibitors

Research supports work toward new treatments for cancer

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/regen-biopharma-inc-reports-additional-183000294.html




Morning News November 15, 2018


Trade Optimism With China Lifts U.S. Stocks; Dec E-Mini S&Ps Were Up +0.38%; Dec COMEX Copper Was Up +1.55% At A 1-Week High.

 



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Midday  November 15th

Company     Price     % Change


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After Market November 15th

Company    Price    % Change


Nyrstar NV

1.03  +24.43%

FirstGroup PLC

1.20  +15.61%

AES Tiete Energia SA...

2.77  +13.06%

Jollibee Foods Corp

21.92  +12.18%

RYB Education Inc

7.83  -52.97%

Tod's SpA

4.75  -30.47%

Cementos Argos SA

8.00  -24.90%

Nippon Sheet Glass C...

8.77  -22.11%


Data as of 4:01pm ET

U.S. Stock Preview

Key U.S. News:     


Weekly initial unemployment claims (expected -1,000 to 213,000, previous -1,000 to 214,000) and continuing claims (expected +2,000 to 1.625 million, previous -8,000 to 1.623 million)


Nov Empire manufacturing index (expected -1.1 to 20.0, Oct +2.1 to 21.1


Philadelphia Fed Nov business outlook index (expected -2.2 to 20.0, Oct -0.7 to 22.20


Oct retail sales (expected +0.5% and +0.5% ex autos, Sep +0.1% and -0.1% ex autos)


Oct import price index (expected +0.1% m/m and +3.3% y/y, Sep +0.5% m/m and +3.5% y/y)


Oct export price index (expected +0.1% m/m, Sep unch m/m and +2.7% y/y)


Oct industrial production (expected +0.2% m/m, Sep +0.3% m/m)


Sep business inventories (expected +0.3%, Aug +0.5%)


EIA weekly Petroleum Status Report


Fed Vice Chair Randal Quarles appears before the Senate Banking Committee on banking supervision


Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic (voter) speaks at a GIC Central Banking conference in Madrid, Spain, 


Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari (non-voter) speaks in a moderated Q&A with the Minnesota AgriGrowth Council. 


Notable Russell 2000 earnings reports today include:


Walmart (consensus $1.01)

Applied Materials (0.97)

Nordstrom (0.66)

Williams-Sonoma (0.94)

NVIDIA (1.92)

Energizer Holdings (0.81). 



U.S. IPO's scheduled to price today: 


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Equity conferences during the remainder of this week:


Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Energy Conference on Wed-Thu


Barclays Global Automotive Conference on Wed-Thu


Morgan Stanley European Technology, Media & Telecom Conference on Wed-Thu


Canaccord Genuity Medical Technologies and Diagnostics Forum on Thu


Deutsche Bank Lithium & Energy Storage Conference on Thu


Deutsche Bank Medtools & Diagnostics One-on-One Day on Thu


Bank of America Merrill Lynch Future of Financials Conference on Fri 

T Notes & Dollar Indexes

Dec 10-year T-notes (ZNZ18 +0-040) this morning are up +3.5 ticks at a fresh 2-week high. 


Wednesday's closes:


TYZ8 +7.50

FVZ8 +5.25


Dec 10-year T-notes on Wednesday rallied to a 2-week high and closed higher on the weaker-than-expected U.S. Oct core CPI report, which was dovish for Fed policy, and increased safe-haven demand with the sell-off in the S&P 500 to a 2-week low.


T-notes were also supported by a decline in inflation expectations after the 10-year T-note breakeven inflation rate slumped to a 10-1/4 month low. 

  


US & Global Bonds   Yield   Day   Weekly   Monthly   Yearly   Date - After Market


https://tradingeconomics.com/bonds

 


The dollar index (DXY00 +0.34%) this morning was up +0.329 (+0.34%)

EUR/USD (^EURUSD unch) was up +0.0002 (+0.02%)

USD/JPY (^USDJPY -0.13%) was down -0.16 (-0.14%) at a 1-week Low


Wednesday's closes:


Dollar Index -0.500 (-0.51%)

EUR/USD +0.0020 (+0.18%)

USD/JPY -0.18 (-0.16%)


The dollar index on Wednesday closed lower on the smaller-than-expected increase in U.S. Oct core CPI (+2.1% y/y vs expectations of +2.2% y/y), which was dovish for Fed policy.


The dollar was also undercut by the decline in T-note yields, which weakened the dollar's interest rate differentials.  



World Currencies -Market Pricing


Midday  November  15th


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After Market November 15, 2018

Currencies vs. USD    $1=    % Change 


Canada Dollar

1.3177  -0.5262%

European Euro

0.8825  -0.1618%

United Kingdom Pound

0.7825  +1.6101%

Japan Yen

113.5700  +0.0097%


Data as of 4:36pm ET






Metal Prices

Metals prices this morning were mixed 


Dec gold (GCZ18 -0.02%) -0.2 (-0.02%), 

Dec silver (SIZ18 +0.07%) +0.015 (+0.11%)

Dec copper (HGZ18 +1.49%) +0.042 (+1.55%) at a 1-week high


Dec Comex gold (GCZ18) on Wednesday closed up +$8.70 an ounce (+0.72%) and Dec Comex silver (SIZ18) closed up +0.103 (+0.74%). Metals prices moved higher Wednesday on increased safe-haven demand after the S&P 500 tumbled to a 2-week low. A weaker dollar on Wednesday was also supportive for metals prices. Dec Comex silver rebounded from a 2-3/4 year nearest-futures low and moved higher after China Oct industrial production rose more than expected (+5.9% y/y vs. expectations of +5.8% y/y), which is positive for Chinese industrial metals demand. Silver prices also found support on fund buying after long silver positions held by ETFs rose to a 2-week high on Tuesday of 531.540 million troy ounces, rebounding from a 4-month low of 526.655 million troy ounces on Monday. Gains in gold were limited after U.S. Oct core CPI rose +2.1% y/y, weaker than expectations of +2.2% y/y, which reduces demand for gold as an inflation hedge. 

Crude Oil & Gasoline

Dec WTI crude oil prices (CLZ18 +0.09%) this morning were up +9 cents (+0.16%)

Dec gasoline (RBZ18 +0.50%) is -0.06 (-0.04%)


Dec WTI crude oil (CLZ18) on Tuesday closed with an extraordinarily steep loss of -$4.24 (-7.07%) per barrel

Jan Brent crude (CBF19) similarly closed down -$4.65 (-6.65%)

Dec RBOB gasoline (RBZ18) closed down -9.40 cents a gallon (-5.74%)


The energy complex sold off sharply Tuesday as Dec WTI crude oil slumped to a 10-3/4 month low, Jan Brent crude fell to a 7-month low, and Dec RBOB gasoline fell to a 13-month low on oversupply concerns and weak demand.


 Crude prices opened lower on carry-over weakness from President Trump's tweet late Monday that crude "should be much lower based on supply" and his explicit pressure on Saudi Arabia and OPEC to keep the oil spigot open and not cut production.


Crude oil prices also saw continued weakness as Russia at the weekend OPEC+ meeting delayed a decision on whether it will support OPEC+ production cuts in 2019.


Losses in crude then accelerated after OPEC in its monthly report cut its 2019 global crude demand for OPEC crude to 31.5 million bpd, down 500,000 bpd from its forecast in Sep and about 1.4 million bpd below its current production level.


The outlook for increased crude supplies is also weighing on the energy complex as Thursday's weekly EIA report is expected to show that U.S. oil inventories will climb +3.0 million bbl, the eighth consecutive weekly increase.


 U.S. crude oil inventories are currently 3.1% above the 5-year seasonal average, the highest such level since February.

Overnight U.S. Stock Movers

Edison International (EIX +3.70%) was downgraded to 'Sell' from 'Hold' at Edqard Jones.


MercadoLibre (MELI +1.84%) was rated a new 'Buy' at BTIG LLC with a price target of $395.


Etsy (ETSY -6.63%) gained 1% in after-hours trading after it was rated a new 'Buy' at BTIG LLC with a price target of $59.


3M (MMM +0.67%) may move higher initially this morning after its board authorized the repurchase of up to $10 billion of the company's outstanding common stock.


Tilray (TLRY -1.67%) slid almost 3% in after-hours trading after it reported Q3 revenue of $10 million, below consensus of $10.1 million.


Wix.com Ltd (WIX +3.06%) dropped 4% in after-hours trading after it reported Q3 premium subscribers rose +26% y/y, weaker than 28% growth in Q2 and slower than 29% growth in Q1.


CareDx (CDNA -7.41%) lost nearly 4% in after-hours trading after it announced that it intends to offer 2.0 million shares of its common stock in an underwritten public offering.


PetIQ (PETQ -5.36%) jumped 7% in after-hours trading after it boosted its full-year sales outlook to about $515 million, higher than consensus of $502.3 million.


Cardlytics (CDLX -2.90%) dropped almost 10% in after-hours trading after it reported Q3 revenue of $34.6 million, weaker than consensus of $37.4 million, and then forecast Q4 revenue of $43 million to $45 million, below consensus of $49.1 million.


SVMK Inc (SVMK -1.83%) climbed more than 3% in after-hours trading after it forecast full-year revenue of $251.2 million to $253.2 million, better than consensus of $249 million.


MACOM Technology Solutions Holdings (MTSI +1.68%) rose 3% in after-hours trading after it forecast Q1 adjusted EPS of 18 cents to 22 cents, the midpoint above consensus of 19 cents.


Switch (SWCH -0.86%) fell nearly 3% in after-hours trading after it forecast full-year adjusted Ebitda of $197 million to $200 million, the midpoint below consensus of $198.8 million.


Amyris (AMRS +0.68%) plunged 29% in after-hours trading after it reported Q3 GAAP revenue of $14.9 million, versus $24.2 million y/y.


Imprimis Pharmaceuticals (IMMY -10.23%) jumped 11% in after-hours trading after it reported Q3 gross margin expanded to 61% from 48% in the year-earlier period.