Premarket Breakfast for Monday, August 19th

Looks to be another busy week with 300 companies reporting earnings.

Retailers really had a nice day on Friday, with lots of stocks with super-beaten charts having a nice rally $TLRD $HOME $FRAN $CHS etc (MORE LIST HERE).


Gap Percent Ticker Company Name Industry Company Size Market Cap Description Tags Insights
278.6% DPW DPW Holdings, Inc.
icons/information-outline power system solutions
nano cap 1.9 Million
Co's subsidiary is launching a website called monthlyinterest.com. show more
product launch
141.9% YUMA Yuma Energy, Inc.
icons/information-outline oil & natural gas
nano cap 2.1 Million
Earnings don't look great, revenue down 71% y/y, EPS -$2.55.Ā  show more
earnings
35.2% DRYS DryShips Inc.
icons/information-outline shipping
micro cap 326 Million
CEO is taking the company private for $5.25/share.

cash buyout
13.3% NYNY Empire Resorts, Inc.
icons/information-outline resorts & casinos
micro cap 292 Million
Co getting acquired for $9.60/share by Kien Huat Realty III. show more
cash buyout
10.5% ARMK Aramark
icons/information-outline catering services
mid cap 9.16 Billion
Co gets an activist investor Mantle Ridge who filed a 13-D for 9.8% stake. show more
activist investor
8.7% TLRD Tailored Brands, Inc.
icons/information-outline apparel retailer
micro cap 254 Million
Co announces that they are divesting their apparel business for $62mm, co also issues upside guidance for Q2. show more
guides up
asset sale
7.8% SLDB Solid Biosciences Inc.
icons/information-outline biotech (neurodegenerative diseases)
micro cap 283 Million
Upgraded to Outperform at Leerink price target $15 from $8, after getting an upgrade (and the stock ran) Friday from Chardan who raised their price target $10 from $7.50. show more
upgrade
7.3% TGNA TEGNA Inc.
icons/information-outline television & radio stations
mid cap 3.38 Billion
WSJ reports that Apollo Group has been in talks to buy the Co since the beginning of the year. show more
buyout offer
6.2% SINA SINA Corporation
icons/information-outline media & news - China
mid cap 2.48 Billion
Earnings, profit beat, revenue beat. show more
earnings beat
earnings
5.9% WB Weibo Corporation
icons/information-outline social media platform - China
mid cap 7.96 Billion
Earnings, profit beat, revenue beat, monthly active users increased 55mm to 486mm. show more
earnings beat
earnings
5.0% SONO Sonos, Inc.
icons/information-outline speakers
small cap 1.24 Billion
Upgrade from Raymond James to Strong Buy price target $19 after early checks with their IKEA partnership.
upgrade
4.7% EL The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
icons/information-outline makeup & fragrance
large cap 63.5 Billion
Earnings, profit beat, revenue beat, guides Q1 and FY20 above consensus. show more
earnings beat
earnings
4.1% QIWI Qiwi plc
icons/information-outline electronic online payment
small cap 1.17 Billion
Earnings, revenues come in below estimates and Co guides inline. show more
earnings
0.4% PANW Palo Alto Networks, Inc.
icons/information-outline cybersecurity
large cap 19.1 Billion
[Yesterday] Co has confirmed the departure of its EVP of Worldwide Sales, Dave Peranich. show more
management leaving
0.0% CONE CyrusOne Inc.
icons/information-outline REIT
mid cap 7.87 Billion
[Yesterday] Co gets interest from private-equity firm KKR, so now it is considering a sale. show more
buyout interest
-0.1% GE General Electric Company
icons/information-outline diversified machinery
large cap 79.6 Billion
[Yesterday] Short selling firm Citron Research defends GE after it was called a "Bigger Fraud than Enron". show more
hit piece
-7.8% VNDA Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc.
icons/information-outline biotech (sleep-wake disorders)
small cap 794 Million
Co receives FDA rejection CRL for its drug HETLIOZ to treat jet lag.Ā  show more
fda rejection
CRL
-9.9% PSTV Plus Therapeutics, Inc.
icons/information-outline biotech (cancer)
nano cap 1.73 Million
Yesterday Co was high flyer on earnings + having a super small market cap.Ā  show more
-16.0% PCG PG&E Corporation
icons/information-outline electric utilities
mid cap 7.62 Billion
A judge ruled that a jury should determine whether it should pay as much as $18 billion in damages to wildfire victims. show more
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