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Financial markets recorded widely mixed results during the first half of 2020 as the spread of the coronavirus disrupted global economies. Although stocks and bonds experienced extraordinary volatility, historic levels of fiscal and monetary stimulus helped mitigate the losses.
Market sentiment was positive as we entered the year, and the S&P 500 Index advanced to a record high on February 19. However, stocks began falling as the coronavirus spread in Italy and other countries outside China. The major indexes continued their slide as cases mounted in the U.S. and New York City became the epicenter of the pandemic.
Coatue Management, the firm founded by Philippe Laffont (Trades, Portfolio), disclosed last week that its top five buys for the second quarter were in Agora Inc. (API), The Walt Disney Co. (DIS), PayPal Holdings Inc. (PYPL), Boeing Co. (BA) and Zoom Video Communications Inc. (ZM).
A former mentee of Tiger Management founder Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio), Laffont started his New York-based firm in 1999, focusing primarily on the technology and consumer cyclical sectors. As of the quarter-end, the two sectors occupy 29.84% and 16.33% of Coatue's $11.37 billion equity portfolio. Despite this, communication services
Dr. Michael Burry took advantage of this year's market crash during the first six months of 2020, according to 13F filings.
Burry became one of the world's best-know investors after the financial crisis. Immortalized in the film "The Big Short," Burry founded his hedge fund, Scion Asset Management, in the early 2000s.
In the early years, he spent his time trying to hunt out deep value stocks, or as he called them, "diamonds in the rough" and "ick stocks."
His strategy changed sharply in 2006, when he decided to move a large chunk of his portfolio into credit default
According to GuruFocus data, the largest Insider Buys this week were for Boeing Co. (BA), IQVIA Holdings Inc. (IQV), Schlumberger Ltd. (SLB) and Elanco Animal Health Inc. (ELAN).
Boeing Co. Director Steven M. Mollenkopf bought 1,152 shares
Director Steven M. Mollenkopf bought 1,152 shares on Aug. 5 at the average price of $173.36. The price of the stock has decreased by 1.93% since.
Boeing Co. is an American international aerospace and defense company that designs, manufactures and markets airplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, telecommunications equipment and missiles. The company also provides leasing and product support services. The company is the second-largest defense
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 27,201.52 on Wednesday with a gain of 373.05 points or 1.39%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,327.77 for a gain of 21.26 points or 0.64%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 10,998.40 for a gain of 57.23 points or 0.52%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 22.99 for a loss of 0.77 points or -3.24%.
Wednesday’s market movers
U.S. indexes posted gains for a fourth day. The Nasdaq gained 1.39% while the S&P 500 was up 0.64%. Lawmakers on Capital Hill said they are trying to reach a stimulus deal by the end
American airplane maker Boeing (BA) released its second quarter earnings results on July 29 before the market opened.
Tompany reported lower-than-expected revenue as the coronavirus pandemic resulted in lower demand for air travel. Likewise, it reported higher losses than expected.
The key numbers
Boeing reported an adjusted loss per share of $4.79 vs. the expected loss per share of $2.54. The company recorded a net loss of $2.40 billion, translating to a GAAP loss of $4.20 per share.
The company booked second quarter revenue of $11.8 billion, down 25% from the same quarter last year. Analysts had expected the metric
Before the opening bell on July 29, Boeing Co. (BA) reported its earnings results for the second quarter of 2020, which ended on June 30.
Revenue for the quarter came in at $11.81 billion, down 25% from the year-ago quarter. The loss per share was $4.79, which is an improvement over the loss per share of $5.82 from the prior-year quarter that resulted from $5 billion in charges related to the 737 Max issues. According to analysts surveyed by Refinitiv, Wall Street had been expecting revenue of $13.16 billion and loss per share of $2.54.
Following the steep earnings miss,
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 26,734.71 on Thursday with a loss of 135.39 points or -0.50%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,215.57 for a loss of 10.99 points or -0.34%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 10,473.83 for a loss of 76.66 points or -0.73% . The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 27.41 for a loss of 0.35 points or -1.26%.
Thursday’s Market Movers
U.S. indexes closed lower Thursday with several headline detractors. Daily Coronavirus cases exceeded 60,000 per day for a second consecutive day. Twitter (TWTR) also reported a hack into several high-profile accounts with links requesting
Boeing Co. (BA) saw its price per share rise on July 14 thanks to a newly secured contract with the Department of the Air Force. Shares were up 0.35% despite recently published struggles with cancellations of orders for the 737 MAX.
The new contract with the Air Force secured Boeing with $1.2 billion to supply the next evolution in the F-15 fighter jet series known as the F-15EX. Eight F-15EX aircraft were approved in the Air Force’s 2020 fiscal budget, with an additional 12 aircraft requested for the 2021 budget.
Over the next five years, the Air Force plans to
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 25,890.18 on Tuesday with a loss of 396.85 points or -1.51%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,145.32 for a loss of 34.40 points or -1.08%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 10,343.89 for a loss of 89.76 points or -0.86%. The VIX Volatility Index was higher at 29.36 for a gain of 1.42 points or 5.08%.
Tuesday’s market movers
U.S. indexes retracted some of Monday’s gains, following a big rally spurred by stock buying in China. The S&P 500 consumer discretionary sector was down 1.5%. A report from the European Commission was a detractor
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 26,287.03 on Monday with a gain of 459.67 points or 1.78%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,179.72 for a gain of 49.71 points or 1.59%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 10,433.65 for a gain of 226.02 points or 2.21%. The VIX Volatility Index was higher at 27.91 for a gain of 0.23 points or 0.83%.
Monday’s market movers
U.S. indexes closed higher Monday. U.S. stocks followed a wave of gains from China. In China, an editorial in the China Securities Journal spurred buying, along with some positive statistics for the outlook on the
On June 29, Boeing Co. (BA) took a major step toward the recertification of its troubled 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Under the watchful eye of the Federal Aviation Administration, the aerospace giant conducted its first test flight of the aircraft equipped with an updated version of the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System, or MCAS.
A lot was riding on Boeing’s first test flight, which News Break described as “a crucial moment in its worst-ever crisis.” However, a clean bill of health for MCAS will not be enough to get the 737 MAX back in the air.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 25,595.80 on Monday with a gain of 580.25 points or 2.32%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,053.24 for a gain of 44.19 points or 1.47%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 9,874.15 for a gain of 116.93 points or 1.20%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 31.95 for a loss of 2.78 points or -8.00%.
Monday’s market movers
U.S. indexes closed with gains Monday, following a down week. Investors continued to watch coronavirus cases. Globally, cases surpassed 10 million. In the U.S., Florida, Texas, California and Arizona have accounted for most of the
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 25,605.54 on Friday with a gain of 477.37 points or 1.90%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,041.31 for a gain of 39.21 points or 1.31%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 9,588.81 for a gain of 96.08 points or 1.01%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 36.09 for a loss of 4.70 points or -11.52%.
For the week, the Nasdaq was down 2.3%, the S&P 500 was down 4.8% and the Dow Jones returned -5.6%. For the year, the Nasdaq is up 6.87%, the S&P 500 is down 5.86% and the Dow Jones
U.S. stocks were in the green on Friday following the worst day for the stock market since mid-March. At yesterday’s close, the Dow fell 7% and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq declined more than 5%. This morning, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 3.14% to 25,918, the S&P 500 index rose 2.76% to 3,084 and the Nasdaq Composite Index was up 2.81% to 9,759.
• Carnival Corporation & Plc (CCL) + 12%
• Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL) +9.8%
• The Boeing Company (BA) +9%
• Alaska Air Group, Inc. (ALK) +8.3%
• Alliance Data Systems
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 25,128.17 on Thursday with a loss of 1,861.82 points or -6.90%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,002.10 for a loss of 188.04 points or -5.89%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 9,492.73 for a loss of 527.62 points or -5.27%. The VIX Volatility Index was higher at 40.78 for a gain of 13.21 points or 47.91%.
Thursday’s Market Movers
U.S. indexes ended lower Thursday after selling in equities. Investors were concerned over coronavirus infections with the number of infected individuals increasing to over 2 million. Investors also appeared to be taking some gains from
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 27,572.44 on Monday with a gain of 461.46 points or 1.70%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,232.39 for a gain of 38.46 points or 1.20%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 9,924.74 for a gain of 110.66 points or 1.13%. The VIX Volatility Index was higher at 25.81 for a gain of 1.29 points or 5.26%.
Monday’s market movers
U.S. indexes ended higher Monday. The Nasdaq reported a new record close. Investors showed optimism over the economy as reopening progress and Friday’s strong labor market results carried into the new week.
In the S&P
U.S. stocks were in the green on Monday, with several stocks trading higher due to the reopening of the economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.90% to 27,356, the S&P 500 index jumped 0.40% to 3,206 and the Nasdaq Composite Index was up 0.15% to 9,828.
• Coty Inc (COTY) +17%
• Boeing Co (BA) +12%
• Marathon Oil Corp (MRO) +11.6%
• Carnival Corp (CCL) +11.5%
• Halliburton Co (HAL) +9.3%
• Occidental Petroleum Corp (OXY) +8%
• Fleetcor Technologies Inc (FLT) -2.5%
• ServiceNow Inc (NOW) -2.2%
• Keysight Technologies Inc (KEYS)
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 27,110.98 on Friday with a gain of 829.16 points or 3.15%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,193.93 for a gain of 81.58 points or 2.62%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 9,814.08 for a gain of 198.27 points or 2.06%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 24.18 for a loss of 1.63 points or -6.32%.
Friday’s market movers
U.S. indexes jumped on Friday after a much better-than-expected May jobs report. The labor market added 2.509 million jobs, beating the estimate of -8.870 million. The unemployment rate decreased to 13.3% from 14.7% and beat
U.S. stocks were initially in the green on Thursday, before receding on a jobs report. Americans filed 1.88 million applications for unemployment benefits at the end of May. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.59% to 26,116, the S&P 500 Index declined 0.93% to 3,093 and the Nasdaq Composite Index was down 1.09% to 9,574.
- Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL) +10.4%
- Alaska Air Group Inc. (ALK) +6.4%
- Southwest Airlines Co. (LUV) +5.5%
- Tyson Foods Inc. (TSN) +4.8%
- Boeing Co. (BA) +7%
- Nordstrom Inc. (JWN) +7%
- J.M. Smucker Co. (SJM) -3.7%
- Crown Castle