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Global shares are starting the week on the back foot ahead of some big upcoming events that could weigh on investor sentiment. Among them: Key votes on Brexit, U.S.-China trade talks, a Federal Reserve policy decision and a deluge of high profile corporate earnings. More tensions? President Trump said another government shutdown is "certainly an option" after signing a bill to temporarily reopen government following the longest shutdown in history.
Economy
With 22% of companies in the S&P 500 so far reporting Q4 results, the percentage of actual EPS above estimates (71%) is equal to the five-year average, according to FactSet. However, firms are reporting earnings in aggregate that are 3.0% above estimates, which is below the five-year average. Combined with estimated results for companies that have yet to report, Q4's Y/Y earnings growth rate is currently 10.9%, marking the fifth straight quarter of double-digit earnings growth, but the first time since Q4 2017 that growth hasn't reached above 20%.
In an attempt to break the deadlock over Brexit, Theresa May will seek legally binding changes from the EU regarding the Irish backstop, lawmaker Boris Johnson wrote in The Telegraph, citing senior government sources. "If the PM secures a 'Freedom Clause' - for the U.K. to escape the backstop without reference to the bloc - I have no doubt that she will have the whole country full-throatedly behind her."
There's more downbeat data for China's vast manufacturing sector. Industrial profits in December fell 1.9% from a year earlier to 680.8B yuan ($100.9B), weighed down by weak factory-gate prices, soft demand and a protracted U.S.-Sino trade war. This is on top of a decline of 1.8% in November - the first contraction in profits in nearly three years - and China's slowest economic growth in three decades.
Shift to renewables? Germany should shut down all of its coal-fired power plants by 2038 at the latest, a government-appointed commission said over the weekend, proposing at least €40B in aid to regions affected by the phase-out. Renewables made up more than 40% of Germany's energy mix last year - beating coal for the first time - following a 2011 decision to halt nuclear power.
Despite the rhetoric between Nicolas Maduro and President Trump, U.S. refineries are still buying Venezuelan petroleum. But with the crisis escalating after Washington backed opposition leader Juan Guaido, a new round of sanctions is expected in the coming days. The U.S. on Saturday called on the world to "pick a side" on Venezuela and urged countries to financially disconnect from the Maduro government.
Vision 2030... Saudi Arabia will spend 100B riyals ($27B) in 2019 and 2020 on its industrial development program, more than three times the amount allocated in the previous budget, to keep up its economic diversification campaign. Riyadh is also seeking to attract 1.6T riyals (nearly $429B) in private sector infrastructure and industrial investment over the next 10 years as it seeks to wean the kingdom off oil.
Stocks
Metal prices are in focus this morning after some market-moving news in the sector. Aluminum fell 1.4% in London to $1,892.50 a ton after the U.S. formally lifted sanctions on Russia's Rusal (OTC:RUALF), while shares of the aluminum giant leapt 5% as Jean-Pierre Thomas resigned as chairman. Chinese iron futures are separately on the rise following a dam collapse at a Vale (NYSE:VALE) mine in Brazil, which killed at least 58 people and fueled supply concerns over the commodity.
The financial implications of Vale's (VALE) latest dam disaster may be crippling for the mining giant and a blow to an industry grappling with investor wariness. Court orders have already frozen 11B reais ($2.9B) of Vale assets pending damages, environmental agency Ibama fined the miner 250M reais ($66.3M); and its CEO, deals and dividends are under scrutiny. It comes on top of billions of dollars in damages Vale shelled out following its Samarco dam collapse in 2015. VALE -7.8% premarket.
A last-ditch bid by Siemens (OTCPK:SIEGY) and Alstom (OTCPK:ALSMY) to win EU approval for their planned rail merger isn't good enough to allay concerns about competition, sources told Bloomberg. A collapse of the deal would be a setback for the two major European industrial manufacturers. Their plan, unveiled in September 2017, intended to build a transportation giant to counter global competition, especially from China.
Expanding its technical capabilities, Dropbox (NASDAQ:DBX) is acquiring electronic signature startup HelloSign for $230M, putting it in competition with DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU) and Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE). HelloSign will operate independently, although it hopes to get a boost from its new parent-company's sales organization. While Dropbox has exceeded analysts' estimates in each of its first three quarterly earnings reports, stock growth has not expanded meaningfully since its IPO in March.
It's the latest international company to reduce its plastic waste footprint. Samsung (OTC:SSNLF) will soon begin packaging its phones, tablets, wearables and appliances in paper, pulp molds and bio-based or recycled plastics. It will also alter the design of its phone charger, replacing the glossy exterior with a matte finish and ditching plastic protection films.
The SEC is investigating whether Nissan (OTCPK:NSANY) accurately disclosed its executive pay in the U.S., adding to the automaker's woes as it grapples with the aftermath of former chairman Carlos Ghosn's arrest. Nissan is fully cooperating with the inquiry, according to a spokeswoman, though shares fell as much as 2.7% in Tokyo trading, marking their biggest intraday decline in three weeks.
Ghosn's severance package at Renault (OTCPK:RNLSY) is also going under the microscope after the former CEO was forced to resign in a financial scandal. "We are going to be extremely vigilant," Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told France Inter radio, outlining that the pay should not be "exorbitant." The French state is Renault's largest shareholder, with a stake of around 15%, and holds two board seats.
The PBOC has approved the entry of S&P Global (NYSE:SPGI) into China's credit rating market as part of a wider drive to encourage foreign investors to diversify into yuan-denominated assets. The agency will also be allowed to register for a bond ratings service in the country's interbank market as China continues to push the opening up of its credit rating industry.
Today's Markets In Asia, Japan -0.6%. Hong Kong flat. China -0.2%. India -1%. In Europe, at midday, London -0.4%. Paris -0.5%. Frankfurt -0.3%. Futures at 6:20, Dow -0.4%. S&P -0.4%. Nasdaq -0.5%. Crude -1.6% to $52.82. Gold +0.2% to $1300.20. Bitcoin -3.6% to $3409. Ten-year Treasury Yield flat at 2.76%
Today's Economic Calendar 8:30 Chicago Fed National Activity Index 10:30 Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey 1:00 PM Results of $41B, 5-Year Note Auction
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2/8/17 Wednesday Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders of the StockMarket sub! Happy Hump Day! Here are your stock movers & news for today-

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Frontrunning: February 8

STOCK FUTURES NOW:

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YESTERDAY'S MARKET HEAT MAP:

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YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS:

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TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

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THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

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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 MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • GILD
  • TWTR
  • TWLO
  • DIS
  • BWLD
  • ZG
  • RIO
  • CTSH
  • AKAM
  • AGN
  • SAVE
  • MDLZ
  • ALK
  • YUMC
  • TTWO
  • CPT
  • MBLY
  • USAK
  • ULTI
  • MCHP
  • DRYS
  • MOS
  • SABR
  • AIZ

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

(source: cnbc.com)
Walt Disney — Disney reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.55 per share, 6 cents a share above estimates. Revenue, however, came in below forecasts, led by a drop in advertising revenue and tougher comparisons in the movie business. Separately, CEO Robert Iger said he was open to extending his term on the job beyond his scheduled retirement in 16 months.

STOCK SYMBOL: DIS

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Mondelez International — Mondelez came in a penny a share below estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 47 cents per share. Revenue for the snack maker was slightly below Street forecasts. CEO Irene Rosenfeld said results were impacted by a number of short-term issues, as well as weakness in its business abroad.

STOCK SYMBOL: MDLZ

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Cognizant Technology — The IT services provider reported adjusted quarterly profit of 87 cents per share, 1 cent a share above estimates. Revenue came in just below forecasts. Separately, the company struck an agreement with activist investor Elliott Management, appointing three directors and returning $3.4 billion to shareholders.

STOCK SYMBOL: CTSH

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Alaska Air — The fifth-largest U.S. carrier beat estimates by 16 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.56 per share. Revenue beat forecasts and the company also increased its quarterly dividend to 30 cents per share from 27-1/2 cents.

STOCK SYMBOL: ALK

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Humana — The health insurer earned an adjusted $2.09 per share for its latest quarter, while revenue was slightly below projections. Humana said that it added members in its Medicare Advantage business, and that it would give an update on its transaction to be bought by Aetna by February 16. That deal was blocked in a court ruling last month.

STOCK SYMBOL: HUM

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Time Inc. — Meredith Corp. and an investor group led by Edgar Bronfman Jr. have pushed ahead with their pursuit of the publisher of Sports Illustrated, Fortune, and People, according to The Wall Street Journal.

STOCK SYMBOL: TIME

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Time Warner — The media company beat estimates by 6 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.25 per share. Revenue also beat forecasts. The results were helped by the success of the Harry Potter spin-off movie "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." Time Warner also said it still expected its deal to be bought by AT&T to close later this year.

STOCK SYMBOL: TWX

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Allergan — The drugmaker earned an adjusted $3.90 per share for its latest quarter, beating estimates of $3.76 a share. Its revenue also came in above forecasts on increased sales of Botox and other therapeutic treatments.

STOCK SYMBOL: AGN

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Twitter — Twitter was upgraded to "buy" from "neutral" at BTIG, which notes an acceleration in daily active users. BTIG said that is especially true in the United States, which has a disproportionate impact on the company's revenue and profits.

STOCK SYMBOL: TWTR

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Gilead Sciences — Gilead beat Street forecasts by 9 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.70 per share. The drugmaker's revenue also beat estimates. Gilead's results were led by sales of its hepatitis C drugs, but the company did give a lower than expected forecast for sales of those treatments for the full year. Separately, the company announced a 10 percent dividend increase.

STOCK SYMBOL: GILD

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Zillow — Zillow reported quarterly profit of 14 cents per share, 3 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also beat forecasts. The online real estate website operator's better-than-expected performance came despite a 20 percent drop in display advertising revenue, with the company saying the drop is a result of de-emphasizing display ads and improving the user experience.

STOCK SYMBOL: Z

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Twilio — Twilio broke even for its latest quarter on an adjusted basis, compared to an expected loss of 5 cents per share. The communications technology company saw revenue also beat estimates, and the breakeven quarter on the bottom line was Twilio's first since going public last year.

STOCK SYMBOL: TWLO

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Buffalo Wild Wings — Buffalo Wild Wings missed estimates by 40 cents a share, reporting a quarterly profit of 87 cents per share. The restaurant chain's revenue was well below forecasts, as well. It also gave a worse-than-expected outlook for the current year, seeing comparable sales growth of 1 to 2 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: BWLD

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Panera Bread — Panera reported adjusted quarterly profit of $2.05 per share, 5 cents a share above estimates, despite a small miss on the top line. The restaurant chain's bottom-line results are being helped by the upgrades in its restaurants, as well as higher prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: PNRA

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Yum China — The company more than doubled the 8 cent a share consensus estimate, with adjusted quarterly profit of 17 cents per share. The restaurant chain's revenue did come in below forecasts. This was Yum China's first report as a standalone public company following its spin-off from Yum Brands. The company also announced a $300 million stock buyback.

STOCK SYMBOL: YUMC

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Sanofi — Sanofi said its full-year 2017 earnings would be stable to slightly lower than it saw in 2016. The drugmaker also said it was in no hurry to do any deals, after losing out in its bid to buy Switzerland's Actelion.

STOCK SYMBOL: SNY

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Rio Tinto — Rio beat profit forecasts with its latest quarterly report. The mining company also declared a bigger-than-expected dividend, as well as a stock buyback.

STOCK SYMBOL: RIO

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Syngenta — Syngenta said it expected its $43 billion deal to buy ChemChina to close during this year's second quarter, as the agriculture chemical maker makes progress in clearing regulatory hurdles.

STOCK SYMBOL: SYN

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IntercontinentalExchange — ICE said the Securities and Exchange Commission may bring an enforcement action against its New York Stock Exchange branch over a July 2015 glitch that halted trading for nearly four hours.

STOCK SYMBOL: ICE

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Alphabet — The company's Google unit has reportedly struck a deal with Walt Disney to license ESPN, ABC, and other networks for display on Google's YouTube streaming operation, according to The Wall Street Journal.

STOCK SYMBOL: GOOGL

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Hope you all have a wonderful trading day ahead here on this Wednesday, February the 8th! :)

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2.8.17 Wednesday Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders of the stocks sub! Happy Hump Day! Here are your stock movers & news for today-

(source)

Frontrunning: February 8

STOCK FUTURES NOW:

(CLICK HERE FOR STOCK FUTURES CHARTS!)

YESTERDAY'S MARKET HEAT MAP:

(CLICK HERE FOR YESTERDAY'S MARKET HEAT MAP!)

YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS:

(CLICK HERE FOR YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS CHART!)

TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

(CLICK HERE FOR TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR!)

THIS WEEK'S IPO'S:

(CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK'S IPO'S!)

THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

(CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR!)

THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR:

(CLICK HERE FOR THIS MORNING'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS CALENDAR!)

EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

(CLICK HERE FOR THIS MORNING'S EARNINGS RELEASES!)

EARNINGS RELEASES AFTER THE CLOSE TODAY:

(CLICK HERE FOR THIS AFTERNOON'S EARNINGS RELEASES PAGE #1!)
(CLICK HERE FOR THIS AFTERNOON'S EARNINGS RELEASES PAGE #2!)
(CLICK HERE FOR THIS AFTERNOON'S EARNINGS RELEASES PAGE #3!)

THIS MORNING'S ANALYST UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES:

(CLICK HERE FOR THIS MORNING'S UPGRADES/DOWNGRADES!)

THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • GILD
  • TWTR
  • TWLO
  • DIS
  • BWLD
  • ZG
  • RIO
  • CTSH
  • AKAM
  • AGN
  • SAVE
  • MDLZ
  • ALK
  • YUMC
  • TTWO
  • CPT
  • MBLY
  • USAK
  • ULTI
  • MCHP
  • DRYS
  • MOS
  • SABR
  • AIZ

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

(source: cnbc.com)
Walt Disney — Disney reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.55 per share, 6 cents a share above estimates. Revenue, however, came in below forecasts, led by a drop in advertising revenue and tougher comparisons in the movie business. Separately, CEO Robert Iger said he was open to extending his term on the job beyond his scheduled retirement in 16 months.

STOCK SYMBOL: DIS

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Mondelez International — Mondelez came in a penny a share below estimates, with adjusted quarterly profit of 47 cents per share. Revenue for the snack maker was slightly below Street forecasts. CEO Irene Rosenfeld said results were impacted by a number of short-term issues, as well as weakness in its business abroad.

STOCK SYMBOL: MDLZ

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Cognizant Technology — The IT services provider reported adjusted quarterly profit of 87 cents per share, 1 cent a share above estimates. Revenue came in just below forecasts. Separately, the company struck an agreement with activist investor Elliott Management, appointing three directors and returning $3.4 billion to shareholders.

STOCK SYMBOL: CTSH

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Alaska Air — The fifth-largest U.S. carrier beat estimates by 16 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.56 per share. Revenue beat forecasts and the company also increased its quarterly dividend to 30 cents per share from 27-1/2 cents.

STOCK SYMBOL: ALK

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Humana — The health insurer earned an adjusted $2.09 per share for its latest quarter, while revenue was slightly below projections. Humana said that it added members in its Medicare Advantage business, and that it would give an update on its transaction to be bought by Aetna by February 16. That deal was blocked in a court ruling last month.

STOCK SYMBOL: HUM

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Time Inc. — Meredith Corp. and an investor group led by Edgar Bronfman Jr. have pushed ahead with their pursuit of the publisher of Sports Illustrated, Fortune, and People, according to The Wall Street Journal.

STOCK SYMBOL: TIME

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Time Warner — The media company beat estimates by 6 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $1.25 per share. Revenue also beat forecasts. The results were helped by the success of the Harry Potter spin-off movie "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." Time Warner also said it still expected its deal to be bought by AT&T to close later this year.

STOCK SYMBOL: TWX

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Allergan — The drugmaker earned an adjusted $3.90 per share for its latest quarter, beating estimates of $3.76 a share. Its revenue also came in above forecasts on increased sales of Botox and other therapeutic treatments.

STOCK SYMBOL: AGN

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Twitter — Twitter was upgraded to "buy" from "neutral" at BTIG, which notes an acceleration in daily active users. BTIG said that is especially true in the United States, which has a disproportionate impact on the company's revenue and profits.

STOCK SYMBOL: TWTR

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Gilead Sciences — Gilead beat Street forecasts by 9 cents a share, with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.70 per share. The drugmaker's revenue also beat estimates. Gilead's results were led by sales of its hepatitis C drugs, but the company did give a lower than expected forecast for sales of those treatments for the full year. Separately, the company announced a 10 percent dividend increase.

STOCK SYMBOL: GILD

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Zillow — Zillow reported quarterly profit of 14 cents per share, 3 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also beat forecasts. The online real estate website operator's better-than-expected performance came despite a 20 percent drop in display advertising revenue, with the company saying the drop is a result of de-emphasizing display ads and improving the user experience.

STOCK SYMBOL: Z

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Twilio — Twilio broke even for its latest quarter on an adjusted basis, compared to an expected loss of 5 cents per share. The communications technology company saw revenue also beat estimates, and the breakeven quarter on the bottom line was Twilio's first since going public last year.

STOCK SYMBOL: TWLO

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Buffalo Wild Wings — Buffalo Wild Wings missed estimates by 40 cents a share, reporting a quarterly profit of 87 cents per share. The restaurant chain's revenue was well below forecasts, as well. It also gave a worse-than-expected outlook for the current year, seeing comparable sales growth of 1 to 2 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: BWLD

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Panera Bread — Panera reported adjusted quarterly profit of $2.05 per share, 5 cents a share above estimates, despite a small miss on the top line. The restaurant chain's bottom-line results are being helped by the upgrades in its restaurants, as well as higher prices.

STOCK SYMBOL: PNRA

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Yum China — The company more than doubled the 8 cent a share consensus estimate, with adjusted quarterly profit of 17 cents per share. The restaurant chain's revenue did come in below forecasts. This was Yum China's first report as a standalone public company following its spin-off from Yum Brands. The company also announced a $300 million stock buyback.

STOCK SYMBOL: YUMC

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Sanofi — Sanofi said its full-year 2017 earnings would be stable to slightly lower than it saw in 2016. The drugmaker also said it was in no hurry to do any deals, after losing out in its bid to buy Switzerland's Actelion.

STOCK SYMBOL: SNY

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Rio Tinto — Rio beat profit forecasts with its latest quarterly report. The mining company also declared a bigger-than-expected dividend, as well as a stock buyback.

STOCK SYMBOL: RIO

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Syngenta — Syngenta said it expected its $43 billion deal to buy ChemChina to close during this year's second quarter, as the agriculture chemical maker makes progress in clearing regulatory hurdles.

STOCK SYMBOL: SYN

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
IntercontinentalExchange — ICE said the Securities and Exchange Commission may bring an enforcement action against its New York Stock Exchange branch over a July 2015 glitch that halted trading for nearly four hours.

STOCK SYMBOL: ICE

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)
Alphabet — The company's Google unit has reportedly struck a deal with Walt Disney to license ESPN, ABC, and other networks for display on Google's YouTube streaming operation, according to The Wall Street Journal.

STOCK SYMBOL: GOOGL

(CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STOCK QUOTE!)

DISCUSS!

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

Hope you all have a wonderful trading day ahead here on this Wednesday, February the 8th! :)

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