Socialists win Spanish election but far-right party surges

People prepare their ballots at a polling station during the Spanish General Elections on November 10, 2019 in Madrid, Spain. Spain holds its fourth general election in four years on Sunday 10th November in the hope of breaking a prolonged political deadlock. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s Socialists won Spain’s national election on Sunday but large gains by the upstart far-right Vox party appear certain to widen the political deadlock in the European Union’s fifth-largest economy. The far-right


People prepare their ballots at a polling station during the Spanish General Elections on November 10, 2019 in Madrid, Spain.
Spain holds its fourth general election in four years on Sunday 10th November in the hope of breaking a prolonged political deadlock.
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s Socialists won Spain’s national election on Sunday but large gains by the upstart far-right Vox party appear certain to widen the political deadlock in the European Union’s fifth-largest economy.
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Socialists win Spanish election but far-right party surges

People prepare their ballots at a polling station during the Spanish General Elections on November 10, 2019 in Madrid, Spain. Spain holds its fourth general election in four years on Sunday 10th November in the hope of breaking a prolonged political deadlock.

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s Socialists won Spain’s national election on Sunday but large gains by the upstart far-right Vox party appear certain to widen the political deadlock in the European Union’s fifth-largest economy.

After a fourth national ballot in as many years and the second in less than seven months, the left-wing Socialists held on as the leading power in the National Parliament. With 99% of the votes counted, the Socialists won 120 seats, down three seats from the last election in April and still far from the absolute majority of 176 needed to form a government alone.

The big political shift came as right-wing voters flocked to Vox, which only had broken into Parliament in the spring for the first time.

The far-right party led by 43-year-old Santiago Abascal, who speaks of “reconquering” Spain in terms that echo the medieval wars between Christian and Moorish forces, rocketed from 24 to 52 seats. That will make Vox the third leading party in the Congress of Deputies and give it much more leverage in forming a government and crafting legislation.

The party has vowed to be much tougher on both Catalan separatists and migrants.

Abascal called his party’s success “the greatest political feat seen in Spain.”

“Just 11 months ago, we weren’t even in any regional legislature in Spain. Today we are the third-largest party in Spain and the party that has grown the most in votes and seats,” said Abascal, who promised to battle the “progressive dictatorship.”

Right-wing populist and anti-migrant leaders across Europe celebrated Vox’s strong showing.

Marine Le Pen, who heads France’s National Rally party, congratulated Abascal, saying it was impressive how his work “is already bearing fruit after only a few years.”

In Italy, Matteo Salvini of the right-wing League party tweeted a picture of himself next to Abascal with the text “Congratulations to Vox!” above Spanish and Italian flags. And in the Netherlands, anti-Islam Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders also posted a picture of himself and Abascal and wrote “FELICIDADES” — Spanish for congratulations — with three thumbs-up emojis.

Sunday’s results means there will be no end to the stalemate between forces on the right and the left in Spain, suggesting the country could go many more weeks or even months without a new government.

The mainstream conservative Popular Party rebounded from their previous debacle in the April vote to 87 seats from 66, a historic low. The far-left United We Can, which had a chance to help the Socialists form a left-wing government over the summer but rejected the offer, lost some ground to get 35 seats.

The undisputed loser of the night was the center-right Citizens party, which collapsed to 10 seats from 57 in April after its leader Albert Rivera refused to help the Socialists form a government and tried to copy some of Vox’s hard-line positions.

Sánchez’s chances of staying in power will still hinge on finally winning over the United We Can party and several regional parties, a complicated maneuver that he has failed to pull off over the past few months.

“These elections have only served for the right to grow stronger and for Spain to have one of the strongest far-right parties in Europe,” said United We Can leader Pablo Iglesias. “The only way to stop the far-right in Spain is to have a stable government. We again extend our hand to Pedro Sánchez.”

Vox has already joined forces with the Popular Party and Citizens to take over many city and regional governments in the past year. Those three groups would readily band together to oust Sánchez, who is seen by the right-wing opposition as too soft on the Catalan secessionist movement.

Julia Giobelina, a 34-year-old web designer from Madrid, was angry at having to vote for the second time this year but said she cast her ballot in hopes of stopping the rise of Vox.

“They are the new fascism,” Giobelina said. “We citizens need to stand against privatization of health care and other public services.”


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China’s currency surges past 7 per dollar level for the first time since August

The Chinese yuan soared past 7 per U.S. dollar on Tuesday, climbing to a fresh three-month high as investors became increasingly hopeful about the chances of a possible trade deal between the world’s two largest economies. The currency jumped above the key benchmark and reached its highest level since August 5, trading at $6.9912 according to Reuters data. The psychologically important 7 per U.S. dollar level had been a key support for years until early August — when the country’s central bank a


The Chinese yuan soared past 7 per U.S. dollar on Tuesday, climbing to a fresh three-month high as investors became increasingly hopeful about the chances of a possible trade deal between the world’s two largest economies.
The currency jumped above the key benchmark and reached its highest level since August 5, trading at $6.9912 according to Reuters data.
The psychologically important 7 per U.S. dollar level had been a key support for years until early August — when the country’s central bank a
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China's currency surges past 7 per dollar level for the first time since August

The Chinese yuan soared past 7 per U.S. dollar on Tuesday, climbing to a fresh three-month high as investors became increasingly hopeful about the chances of a possible trade deal between the world’s two largest economies.

The currency jumped above the key benchmark and reached its highest level since August 5, trading at $6.9912 according to Reuters data.

The psychologically important 7 per U.S. dollar level had been a key support for years until early August — when the country’s central bank allowed the yuan to weaken past 7 for the first time in more than 11 years.

Shortly thereafter, the U.S. Treasury Department formally designated China as a currency manipulator. It was the first time the White House had done so since President Bill Clinton’s administration in 1994.

The latest move for the yuan comes at a time when China is thought to be pushing for the U.S. to remove more tariffs imposed in September as part of a so-called “phase one” trade deal, Reuters reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Market participants expect the two economic giants to sign a limited trade agreement later this month after both Washington and Beijing spoke of progress in talks late last week.

President Donald Trump had said on Friday that trade negotiations were going well and he hoped to sign a deal with Chinese President Xi Xinping at a U.S. location when work on the deal was completed.

The U.S. and China have imposed tariffs on billions of dollars’ worth of one another’s goods since the start of 2018, battering financial markets and souring business and consumer sentiment.

The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) had cut the interest rate on its one-year medium-term lending facility loans earlier in the session. It marked the first time the PBOC had lowered this lending rate since 2016.


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Kraft Heinz stock surges after earnings beat

Kraft Heinz on Thursday reported quarterly earnings that topped analysts’ expectations, but sales continued to decline as executives formulate a turnaround plan. As of Wednesday’s close, shares were down by about 33% this year, giving the food company a market value of $34.8 billion. In August, Kraft Heinz withdrew its full-year 2019 forecast after reporting weak second-quarter results. In the United States, which accounts for roughly 70% of Kraft Heinz’s revenue, demand for its products continu


Kraft Heinz on Thursday reported quarterly earnings that topped analysts’ expectations, but sales continued to decline as executives formulate a turnaround plan.
As of Wednesday’s close, shares were down by about 33% this year, giving the food company a market value of $34.8 billion.
In August, Kraft Heinz withdrew its full-year 2019 forecast after reporting weak second-quarter results.
In the United States, which accounts for roughly 70% of Kraft Heinz’s revenue, demand for its products continu
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Kraft Heinz stock surges after earnings beat

Kraft Heinz on Thursday reported quarterly earnings that topped analysts’ expectations, but sales continued to decline as executives formulate a turnaround plan.

Shares of the company jumped 11.3% in morning trading. As of Wednesday’s close, shares were down by about 33% this year, giving the food company a market value of $34.8 billion.

“While our third-quarter results remain below our potential, we showed sequential improvement versus the first half, and I believe we are beginning to operate the business better,” CEO Miguel Patricio said in a statement. “We are making good progress in identifying and addressing the root causes of past performance, as well as setting our strategic direction.”

The company is developing a plan for 2020 to revive Kraft Heinz’s business, which has struggled with stalling sales and falling profits.

Here’s what the company reported compared with what Wall Street was expecting, based on a survey of analysts by Refinitiv:

Earnings per share: 69 cents, adjusted, vs. 54 cents expected

Revenue: $6.08 billion vs. $6.13 billion expected

Kraft Heinz reported fiscal third-quarter net income of $899 million, or 74 cents per share, up from $619 million, or 50 cents per share, a year earlier.

Excluding gains from the sales of its Canadian cheese business, restructuring expenses and other items, the food giant earned 69 cents per share on an adjusted basis, topping the expected 54 cents per share. A lower-than-expected interest expense as a result of refinancing helped lift earnings.

In August, Kraft Heinz withdrew its full-year 2019 forecast after reporting weak second-quarter results. The company declined to provide an updated outlook Thursday. CFO Paulo Basilio, who returned to the role in September amid a broader executive shakeup, said investors should expect earnings and revenue to be “generally similar year-over-year” to the third quarter’s results.

Net sales during its third quarter dropped 4.8% to $6.08 billion, missing expectations of $6.13 billion.

In the United States, which accounts for roughly 70% of Kraft Heinz’s revenue, demand for its products continued to decline. Despite price hikes on items like Oscar Mayer cold cuts, Philadelphia Cream Cheese and Lunchables, net sales for the company’s home market shrank by 1.6%.

Patricio told analysts on the conference call that the company is developing nine “transformational” projects that will aim to make Kraft Heinz more efficient and improve its revenue. The company plans to significantly increase its media spending and revamp its product development process.

“Innovation is an area that we have to improve dramatically,” Patricio said.

He told analysts that in his previous role as chief marketing officer at Anheuser-Busch InBev, his team worked to reduce the timeline to bring new products to the market from two years to six months.


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PayPal surges 8% after strongest earnings results in at least a year, seeing growth in Venmo

Total payment volume — a closely watched metric for PayPal and its peers — came in at $178.7 billion, also above expectations. Revenues also outperformed, with $4.38 billion in the quarter vs. the $4.35 billion expected. Despite not yet breaking even for its parent company, the app saw 64% growth in payment volume year over year. “We see a lot of good runway in front of Venmo,” Shulman said. The roll-off from eBay, which used to own PayPal, is seen as a headwind for earnings into the next two ye


Total payment volume — a closely watched metric for PayPal and its peers — came in at $178.7 billion, also above expectations.
Revenues also outperformed, with $4.38 billion in the quarter vs. the $4.35 billion expected.
Despite not yet breaking even for its parent company, the app saw 64% growth in payment volume year over year.
“We see a lot of good runway in front of Venmo,” Shulman said.
The roll-off from eBay, which used to own PayPal, is seen as a headwind for earnings into the next two ye
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PayPal surges 8% after strongest earnings results in at least a year, seeing growth in Venmo

Total payment volume — a closely watched metric for PayPal and its peers — came in at $178.7 billion, also above expectations. That growth accelerated 25%, better than the past two quarters and all of 2018, according to MoffettNathanson.

“PayPal’s 3Q19 results were the strongest we’ve seen in at least a year,” Lisa Ellis, research analyst at Moffett Nathanson, said in a note to clients Thursday. “All in all, a very clean, strong, quarter.”

The company reported 61 cents of adjusted earnings per share for the quarter, vs. 52 cents expected by analysts polled by Refinitiv. Revenues also outperformed, with $4.38 billion in the quarter vs. the $4.35 billion expected. Its forward guidance for next year was in line with expectations.

PayPal shares were up nearly 8%, a day after the payments company beat Wall Street’s estimates across the board for the third-quarter results.

Its mobile payment app Venmo was a key bright spot. Despite not yet breaking even for its parent company, the app saw 64% growth in payment volume year over year. Venmo also processed more than $27 billion in the quarter. On a call with analysts, CEO Dan Shulman called the app “an incredibly powerful platform for engaging consumers” and that he was “pleased” with its monetization progress.

“We see a lot of good runway in front of Venmo,” Shulman said. PayPal ended the third quarter with an annual revenue run rate just shy of a $400 million, compared to $200 million last quarter.

William Blair analyst Robert Napoli told clients in a note Thursday morning that “Venmo losses are moderating, which is supporting margin expansion.”

PayPal also announced good news in China. After years in the works, PayPal got approval from the People’s Bank of China to acquire a 70% stake in Shanghai-based GoPay. The start-up has digital payment licenses in China. That deal is expected to close in December, and will make PayPal the first licensed foreign-payment platform to operate there.

“This is a very significant development for us and has the potential to dramatically expand our total addressable market and our long-term growth prospects,” Shulman said on the call.

Still, some investors had been worried about an upcoming expiration of the PayPal-eBay exclusive operating agreement. The roll-off from eBay, which used to own PayPal, is seen as a headwind for earnings into the next two years.

But MoffettNathanson’s Ellis said by dissolving that exclusive partnership, PayPal can ramp up at least four new high-growth platforms: Paymentus, Facebook, Mercado Libre, and Uber.

“PayPal will emerge from the eBay transition in a stronger competitive position and healthier financial position,” Ellis said. “The primary uncertainty in the eBay roll-off is its exact timing (how much in 2020, 2021, or beyond) – its overall magnitude is well-defined.”


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Short sellers betting against Tesla lose more than $1 billion in single day as stock surges

Tesla popped 16.5% Thursday to around $300 per share, meaning short sellers betting against the stock are on track for $1.4 billion in mark-to-market losses on the day — wiping out almost 70% of short sellers’ year-to-date profits, estimates S3 Analytics. “Short sellers are, as Elon Musk stated earlier in the year, ‘feeling the burn,'” wrote Ihor Dusaniwsky, managing director at S3. “Prior to today’s price move TSLA short sellers were up +$2.00 billion in mark-to-market profits, this is down fro


Tesla popped 16.5% Thursday to around $300 per share, meaning short sellers betting against the stock are on track for $1.4 billion in mark-to-market losses on the day — wiping out almost 70% of short sellers’ year-to-date profits, estimates S3 Analytics.
“Short sellers are, as Elon Musk stated earlier in the year, ‘feeling the burn,'” wrote Ihor Dusaniwsky, managing director at S3.
“Prior to today’s price move TSLA short sellers were up +$2.00 billion in mark-to-market profits, this is down fro
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Short sellers betting against Tesla lose more than $1 billion in single day as stock surges

Investors betting against Elon Musk’s electric-auto maker Tesla collectively lost an estimated $1 billion-plus on Thursday as the company’s stock headed for its best day on Wall Street since 2013.

Tesla popped 16.5% Thursday to around $300 per share, meaning short sellers betting against the stock are on track for $1.4 billion in mark-to-market losses on the day — wiping out almost 70% of short sellers’ year-to-date profits, estimates S3 Analytics.

“Short sellers are, as Elon Musk stated earlier in the year, ‘feeling the burn,'” wrote Ihor Dusaniwsky, managing director at S3. “Prior to today’s price move TSLA short sellers were up +$2.00 billion in mark-to-market profits, this is down from its year-to-date P/L high of +$5.16 billion of mark-to-market profits before TSLA began its sustained rally in June.”

To be sure, those who bet against Tesla at the start of 2019 are still in the black to date with the equity down more than 11% this year after Thursday’s price moves. Tesla stock closed at $254.68 on Wednesday, which at the time represented a 23.4% slide for 2019.

Tesla is the most heavily shorted stock in the U.S., as well as the most heavily shorted automaker in the world. Short interest, or the number of shares borrowed in hopes of buying them back at a profit after the stock drops, totals $9.03 billion for Tesla, according to S3.

Some high-profile short sellers such as Greenlight founder David Einhorn and Jim Chanos have clashed with Tesla and Musk in the last few years.

Musk himself has over the years taken to Twitter to do battle against such doubters, fighting back against investors betting against his stock and other detractors, often with controversial comments.

In May 2018, Musk tweeted that shorts were about to feel the “burn of the century.” Over a year late, but maybe it’s just starting to play out for the Tesla chief.


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Roku surges and Netflix slides after analyst predicts Roku will triple its user base by 2022

Shares of Roku jumped 9% on Wednesday after Macquarie predicted the company could experience Netflix-like growth overseas. The firm projects Roku could reach 72 million users in 2022, up from the 30.5 million active users it reported in the second quarter. Macquarie upgraded Roku stock to outperform from neutral and hiked its price target to $130 from $110. Roku is primarily known for its set-top boxes, which aggregate TV shows and movies from a variety of content makers. Meanwhile, Netflix’s st


Shares of Roku jumped 9% on Wednesday after Macquarie predicted the company could experience Netflix-like growth overseas. The firm projects Roku could reach 72 million users in 2022, up from the 30.5 million active users it reported in the second quarter. Macquarie upgraded Roku stock to outperform from neutral and hiked its price target to $130 from $110. Roku is primarily known for its set-top boxes, which aggregate TV shows and movies from a variety of content makers. Meanwhile, Netflix’s st
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Roku surges and Netflix slides after analyst predicts Roku will triple its user base by 2022

People pass by a video sign display with the logo for Roku, a Fox-backed video streaming firm, that held it’s IPO at the Nasdaq Marketsite in New York, September 28, 2017.

Shares of Roku jumped 9% on Wednesday after Macquarie predicted the company could experience Netflix-like growth overseas. Netflix shares slid 1.1% following the report.

Roku stands to triple its user base in the next three years by expanding into international markets, while benefiting from “powerful growth” in connected TV devices and advertising, Macquarie analysts said in a note to clients. The firm projects Roku could reach 72 million users in 2022, up from the 30.5 million active users it reported in the second quarter.

“We know little about the international roll-out plans, or costs beyond this year, which we assume will rise as marketing demands emerge,” said Macquarie analyst Tim Nollen. “Roku’s growth trajectory internationally could well echo that of Netflix’s, which has also tripled over the past 3 years.”

Macquarie upgraded Roku stock to outperform from neutral and hiked its price target to $130 from $110.

Roku is primarily known for its set-top boxes, which aggregate TV shows and movies from a variety of content makers. The company also licenses its technology to TV manufacturers who install it into smart TV models. Last month, Roku announced its first licensing agreement in Europe.

Roku’s shares have more than quadrupled in 2019 and have risen nearly 14% in the past three months. Meanwhile, Netflix’s stock has suffered, with shares down 29.5% in the previous three months.


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Budweiser APAC surges about 4% in its IPO, the second biggest debut in 2019

Budweiser APAC opened higher by nearly 1.5% in its initial public offering in Hong Kong on Monday in the second largest IPO this year. Its shares opened at 27.40 Hong Kong dollars ($3.49) a share, above its IPO pricing of HK$27 per share. It was priced at the bottom of its expected range of between HK$27 and HK$30. By the afternoon, it has surged about 4% to 28.5 Hong Kong dollars. Budweiser APAC CEO Jan Craps said at the launch: “We are focused on growth, growth is what we set out to do … Asi


Budweiser APAC opened higher by nearly 1.5% in its initial public offering in Hong Kong on Monday in the second largest IPO this year. Its shares opened at 27.40 Hong Kong dollars ($3.49) a share, above its IPO pricing of HK$27 per share. It was priced at the bottom of its expected range of between HK$27 and HK$30. By the afternoon, it has surged about 4% to 28.5 Hong Kong dollars. Budweiser APAC CEO Jan Craps said at the launch: “We are focused on growth, growth is what we set out to do … Asi
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Budweiser APAC surges about 4% in its IPO, the second biggest debut in 2019

Budweiser APAC opened higher by nearly 1.5% in its initial public offering in Hong Kong on Monday in the second largest IPO this year.

Its shares opened at 27.40 Hong Kong dollars ($3.49) a share, above its IPO pricing of HK$27 per share. It was priced at the bottom of its expected range of between HK$27 and HK$30.

By the afternoon, it has surged about 4% to 28.5 Hong Kong dollars.

Budweiser APAC CEO Jan Craps said at the launch: “We are focused on growth, growth is what we set out to do … Asia of course is the largest beer market in the world.”

“We think we can do a lot of partnerships in Asia here, even if we’re the largest brewer in Asia today, this is still a market where we have a lot of opportunities, in many markets where we’re not leading … as well,” he continued, adding that the biggest markets in Asia for the company would be China, South Korea, India and Vietnam.


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Beyond Meat shorts lose over $80 million in one day as stock surges on McDonald’s partnership

Here’s everything WeWork’s new co-CEOs are trying to sell since…Just two days after Adam Neumann’s exit at WeWork, the company’s new CEOs are taking significant steps to trim the fat in the hopes that it will help it get back on track for…Technologyread more


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Beyond Meat shorts lose over $80 million in one day as stock surges on McDonald's partnership

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DocuSign CEO Dan Springer on Q2 results and guidance

DocuSign CEO Dan Springer on Q2 results and guidance12:30 PM ET Fri, 6 Sept 2019Dan Springer, CEO of DocuSign, joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the company’s Q2 earnings results as the stock surges.


DocuSign CEO Dan Springer on Q2 results and guidance12:30 PM ET Fri, 6 Sept 2019Dan Springer, CEO of DocuSign, joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the company’s Q2 earnings results as the stock surges.
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DocuSign CEO Dan Springer on Q2 results and guidance

DocuSign CEO Dan Springer on Q2 results and guidance

12:30 PM ET Fri, 6 Sept 2019

Dan Springer, CEO of DocuSign, joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the company’s Q2 earnings results as the stock surges.


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Beyond Meat surges after JP Morgan says sell-off has gone on long enough, upgrades stock to buy

Trump says he’s considering payroll tax cut day after White House…Trump said he has “been thinking about payroll taxes for a long time” — and he cautioned that “whether or not we do something now, it’s not being done because of recession.” Politicsread more


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Beyond Meat surges after JP Morgan says sell-off has gone on long enough, upgrades stock to buy

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Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-08-20  Authors: michael bloom, amelia lucas
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, gone, thinking, taxes, selloff, buy, payroll, stock, hes, jp, white, tax, upgrades, surges, trump, recessionpoliticsread, morgan, meat, housetrump, long


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