Week of January 3rd – 7th, 2020
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- The Dow dropped 358.37 points, or 1.2%, to 28,989.73, while the S&P 500 index fell 1%, to 3295.47, and the Nasdaq Composite declined 0.8%, to 9314.91. It was the biggest one-week drop for the S&P and the Dow since August
- Netflix’s blockbuster content slate may have helped it fend off Disney+. In results post-market, the company may beat its conservative guidance for 7.6 million subscriber gains, BI said. Analysts expect an increase of about 600,000 paid U.S. users and almost 7.2 million internationally. Netflix reported 8.8mm new users, expected 7.4 (US 420k e600k). Great Numbers. Period! On average, subscribers in the US and Canada bring Netflix $13.22 in revenue, while that number drops to $8.18 in Latin America and $9.07 in Asia-Pacific.
- Trump on Davos https://youtu.be/ezAZEzLMp44
- Argentina PBA someone says that they do not have the 75% for an extension. It is not the IMF plan
- Texas Instrument Reported great earnings. Intel: The chip maker Thursday said adjusted earnings per share in the quarter rose to $1.52 from $1.28 in the year-prior period. Analysts surveyed by FactSet were expecting $1.25 per share on an adjusted basis. Sales in the period rose 8% to $20.21 billion, beating the $19.23 billion analysts had expected.
- Better numbers in Germany. DB and Amex
- The coronavirus issue.
- Tuesday: 3M ￼, Advanced Micro Devices ￼, Apple, eBay ￼, Harley-Davidson ￼, Lockheed Martin ￼, McCormick, Pfizer ￼, SAP ￼, Starbucks ￼, and United Technologies report earnings
- Wednesday:Ameriprise Financial ￼,AT&T ￼,Automatic Data Processing ￼,Boeing ￼, Dow,Facebook ￼,General Electric ￼,Marathon Petroleum ￼,Mastercard ￼,McDonald’s ￼,Microsoft ￼,Norfolk Southern ￼,Novartis ￼,PayPal Holdings ￼, and T. Rowe Price Group ￼ report quarterly results
- Thursday:Altria Group ￼,Amazon.com ￼,Amgen ￼,Biogen ￼,Coca-Cola ￼, Danaher, Electronic Arts ￼,Eli Lilly ￼,Northrop Grumman ￼,Royal Dutch Shell ￼,United Parcel Service ￼,Verizon Communications ￼, and Visa ￼ report earnings.
- The Bureau of Economic Analysis releases its advanced estimate for gross-domestic-product growth in the fourth quarter of 2019. Economists forecast that the U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 2.1%, matching third-quarter results
- Friday: Broadridge Financial Solutions ￼,Caterpillar ￼,Charter Communications ￼,Chevron ￼,Colgate-Palmolive ￼,Exxon Mobil ￼,Honeywell International ￼, and Weyerhaeuser report quarterly results