Here are Wednesday’s biggest analyst calls of the day: Apple, Beyond Meat, Delta, Disney & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday:”As the risk/reward has become less attractive following the recent rally, we are downgrading Beyond Meat from Outperform to Market-Perform while keeping our target price at $106. In particular, we believe that Beyond Meat’s near-term sales growth potential in the U.S. is largely priced in at this point.” Canaccord raised its price target on the stock and said it was encouraged by the strong demand for the iPhone 11 line-up. “We believe Appl


Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday:”As the risk/reward has become less attractive following the recent rally, we are downgrading Beyond Meat from Outperform to Market-Perform while keeping our target price at $106.
In particular, we believe that Beyond Meat’s near-term sales growth potential in the U.S. is largely priced in at this point.”
Canaccord raised its price target on the stock and said it was encouraged by the strong demand for the iPhone 11 line-up.
“We believe Appl
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Here are Wednesday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Apple, Beyond Meat, Delta, Disney & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday:

“As the risk/reward has become less attractive following the recent rally, we are downgrading Beyond Meat from Outperform to Market-Perform while keeping our target price at $106. In particular, we believe that Beyond Meat’s near-term sales growth potential in the U.S. is largely priced in at this point.”

Canaccord raised its price target on the stock and said it was encouraged by the strong demand for the iPhone 11 line-up.

“We believe Apple’s ecosystem approach, including an installed base that exceeds 1.4B devices globally, is leading to record services revenue, and we expect the highermargin services revenue growth to continue outpacing total company growth. We are also encouraged by the strong demand for the iPhone 11 lineup and believe Apple will maintain its market share leadership of premium-tier smartphones that could be bolstered by a 5G upgrade cycle.”

Read more about this call here.


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Here are Wednesday’s biggest analyst calls of the day: Boeing, Cisco, Microsoft, Southwest & more

Mizuho upgraded the hydrocarbon and petrochemical company and said the “worst” is behind it and expects “sustainable” dividend growth in 2022. “OXY was the worst performing stock in our E&P coverage in 2019, following the APC acquisition and associated financial burden taken on; it is the least recommended oil stock in our coverage – quite a notoriety. We believe the worst is behind the company, and we see increasing line of sight for sustainable dividend growth in 2022 and beyond. With the stoc


Mizuho upgraded the hydrocarbon and petrochemical company and said the “worst” is behind it and expects “sustainable” dividend growth in 2022.
“OXY was the worst performing stock in our E&P coverage in 2019, following the APC acquisition and associated financial burden taken on; it is the least recommended oil stock in our coverage – quite a notoriety.
We believe the worst is behind the company, and we see increasing line of sight for sustainable dividend growth in 2022 and beyond.
With the stoc
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Here are Wednesday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Boeing, Cisco, Microsoft, Southwest & more

Mizuho upgraded the hydrocarbon and petrochemical company and said the “worst” is behind it and expects “sustainable” dividend growth in 2022.

“OXY was the worst performing stock in our E&P coverage in 2019, following the APC acquisition and associated financial burden taken on; it is the least recommended oil stock in our coverage – quite a notoriety. We believe the worst is behind the company, and we see increasing line of sight for sustainable dividend growth in 2022 and beyond. With the stock currently yielding ~7.0%, that yield supported by recent improvement in oil prices and 350kbd collared in 2020, and the company having made good recent progress on divestitures, we believe the time is now for an upgrade.


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Europe stocks close slightly higher after Iran missile strike curbs sentiment; NMC Health down 15%

The pan-European Stoxx 600 was around 0.1% higher at the closing bell, with travel and leisure stocks adding 0.6% to lead gains while food and beverages slipped 0.6%. Markets in Europe got off to a rocky start after Tehran retaliated to Washington’s killing of its top military commander, launching more than a dozen ballistic missiles targeted at U.S. military forces in Iraq. However, market participants seemed to interpret the action as a contained response to the targeted killing of Qasem Solei


The pan-European Stoxx 600 was around 0.1% higher at the closing bell, with travel and leisure stocks adding 0.6% to lead gains while food and beverages slipped 0.6%.
Markets in Europe got off to a rocky start after Tehran retaliated to Washington’s killing of its top military commander, launching more than a dozen ballistic missiles targeted at U.S. military forces in Iraq.
However, market participants seemed to interpret the action as a contained response to the targeted killing of Qasem Solei
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Europe stocks close slightly higher after Iran missile strike curbs sentiment; NMC Health down 15%

The pan-European Stoxx 600 was around 0.1% higher at the closing bell, with travel and leisure stocks adding 0.6% to lead gains while food and beverages slipped 0.6%.

Markets in Europe got off to a rocky start after Tehran retaliated to Washington’s killing of its top military commander, launching more than a dozen ballistic missiles targeted at U.S. military forces in Iraq. It was not immediately clear whether any U.S. service members were harmed in the attacks.

However, market participants seemed to interpret the action as a contained response to the targeted killing of Qasem Soleimani, with fears of an escalation easing somewhat during Wednesday’s trading session.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamad Javad Zarif said via Twitter that “we do not seek escalation or war, but will defend ourselves against any aggression.”

“All is well!” President Donald Trump tweeted, adding that an assessment of casualties was taking place.


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Here are Wednesday’s biggest analyst calls: FedEx, Eli Lilly, AMC & more

Oppenheimer downgraded the stock after the company’s negative earnings report on Tuesday. “F2Q20 adjusted operating profit of $684M was well short of our estimate/consensus of $900M/ $957M, respectively, driven by soft global trade/economic conditions, increased Ground segment service offering expenses (e.g. weekend delivery implementation), mix shift headwinds, competitive pricing, as well as the timing of cyberweek (F3Q20). We anticipate some of the aforementioned headwinds to abate and F2H20


Oppenheimer downgraded the stock after the company’s negative earnings report on Tuesday.
“F2Q20 adjusted operating profit of $684M was well short of our estimate/consensus of $900M/ $957M, respectively, driven by soft global trade/economic conditions, increased Ground segment service offering expenses (e.g.
weekend delivery implementation), mix shift headwinds, competitive pricing, as well as the timing of cyberweek (F3Q20).
We anticipate some of the aforementioned headwinds to abate and F2H20
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Here are Wednesday's biggest analyst calls: FedEx, Eli Lilly, AMC & more

Oppenheimer downgraded the stock after the company’s negative earnings report on Tuesday.

“F2Q20 adjusted operating profit of $684M was well short of our estimate/consensus of $900M/ $957M, respectively, driven by soft global trade/economic conditions, increased Ground segment service offering expenses (e.g. weekend delivery implementation), mix shift headwinds, competitive pricing, as well as the timing of cyberweek (F3Q20). We anticipate some of the aforementioned headwinds to abate and F2H20 to be a period of moderate improvement.”


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Here are Wednesday’s biggest analyst calls: FedEx, Eli Lilly, AMC & more

Oppenheimer downgraded the stock after the company’s negative earnings report on Tuesday. “F2Q20 adjusted operating profit of $684M was well short of our estimate/consensus of $900M/ $957M, respectively, driven by soft global trade/economic conditions, increased Ground segment service offering expenses (e.g. weekend delivery implementation), mix shift headwinds, competitive pricing, as well as the timing of cyberweek (F3Q20). We anticipate some of the aforementioned headwinds to abate and F2H20


Oppenheimer downgraded the stock after the company’s negative earnings report on Tuesday.
“F2Q20 adjusted operating profit of $684M was well short of our estimate/consensus of $900M/ $957M, respectively, driven by soft global trade/economic conditions, increased Ground segment service offering expenses (e.g.
weekend delivery implementation), mix shift headwinds, competitive pricing, as well as the timing of cyberweek (F3Q20).
We anticipate some of the aforementioned headwinds to abate and F2H20
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Here are Wednesday's biggest analyst calls: FedEx, Eli Lilly, AMC & more

Oppenheimer downgraded the stock after the company’s negative earnings report on Tuesday.

“F2Q20 adjusted operating profit of $684M was well short of our estimate/consensus of $900M/ $957M, respectively, driven by soft global trade/economic conditions, increased Ground segment service offering expenses (e.g. weekend delivery implementation), mix shift headwinds, competitive pricing, as well as the timing of cyberweek (F3Q20). We anticipate some of the aforementioned headwinds to abate and F2H20 to be a period of moderate improvement.”


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Here’s what changed in the new Fed statement

This is a comparison of Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued on Oct. 30 after the Fed’s previous policymaking meeting. Text removed from the September statement is in red with a horizontal line through the middle. Text appearing for the first time in the new statement is in red and underlined. Black text appears in both statements.


This is a comparison of Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued on Oct. 30 after the Fed’s previous policymaking meeting.
Text removed from the September statement is in red with a horizontal line through the middle.
Text appearing for the first time in the new statement is in red and underlined.
Black text appears in both statements.
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Here's what changed in the new Fed statement

This is a comparison of Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued on Oct. 30 after the Fed’s previous policymaking meeting.

Text removed from the September statement is in red with a horizontal line through the middle.

Text appearing for the first time in the new statement is in red and underlined.

Black text appears in both statements.


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Options traders are betting that Lululemon can stretch higher after earnings

The stock is up nearly 90% heading into Wednesday’s report, while its nearest competitor, Adidas, is only up 46%. “What that tells me is, you have a lot of people positioning for upside with two and a half times the calls trading over the puts.” “Specifically, the January 20-calls, about 1,400 traded today,” said DaSilva, “about 4,200 [of those calls] in the open interest.” As he sees it, a lot of Wednesday’s call buying could be from traders who are taking profits in the stock after its tremend


The stock is up nearly 90% heading into Wednesday’s report, while its nearest competitor, Adidas, is only up 46%.
“What that tells me is, you have a lot of people positioning for upside with two and a half times the calls trading over the puts.”
“Specifically, the January 20-calls, about 1,400 traded today,” said DaSilva, “about 4,200 [of those calls] in the open interest.”
As he sees it, a lot of Wednesday’s call buying could be from traders who are taking profits in the stock after its tremend
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Options traders are betting that Lululemon can stretch higher after earnings

Lululemon is running away with the athleisure trade.

The stock is up nearly 90% heading into Wednesday’s report, while its nearest competitor, Adidas, is only up 46%. If things go well after the bell, Lulu might just double up its value this year.

“The options are implying an 8% move, which is a little cheaper than the last few quarters,” Realm Startup Advisory founder Roger DaSilva said Tuesday on “Fast Money.” “What that tells me is, you have a lot of people positioning for upside with two and a half times the calls trading over the puts.”

While a pop of 8% after the bell on Wednesday wouldn’t quite take the stock over the mark of 100% gains on the year, one big block of trading on Tuesday showed that at least some folks in the options market are betting on Lululemon getting the job done.

“Specifically, the January 20-calls, about 1,400 traded today,” said DaSilva, “about 4,200 [of those calls] in the open interest.”

Those calls break even if the stock is above $255.58 by January expiration, which would represent a jump of more than 11% from Tuesday’s close.

DaSilva called this a classic stock replacement trade.

As he sees it, a lot of Wednesday’s call buying could be from traders who are taking profits in the stock after its tremendous run higher.

Instead of going all-in on buying more stock into a catalyst like earnings that might land them with an immediate loss of 8% or more, DaSilva thinks these traders are looking to participate in any more potential upside through buying calls.

Lululemon was trading slightly higher in Wednesday’s session.

Disclaimer


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Oil jumps more than 4% on eve of OPEC meeting after larger-than-expected drop in US inventories

Data from the American Petroleum Institute released Wednesday showed a drop of 3.7 million barrels, compared to estimates of a 1.7 million barrel decrease. U.S. inventories decreased by 4.9 million barrels for the week ending Nov. 29, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. Oil gained more than 4% on Wednesday, as a larger-than-expected drop in U.S. inventories and hopes of deeper production cuts from OPEC lifted prices. Oil also got a boost from talk of deeper production c


Data from the American Petroleum Institute released Wednesday showed a drop of 3.7 million barrels, compared to estimates of a 1.7 million barrel decrease.
U.S. inventories decreased by 4.9 million barrels for the week ending Nov. 29, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday.
Oil gained more than 4% on Wednesday, as a larger-than-expected drop in U.S. inventories and hopes of deeper production cuts from OPEC lifted prices.
Oil also got a boost from talk of deeper production c
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Oil jumps more than 4% on eve of OPEC meeting after larger-than-expected drop in US inventories

Data from the American Petroleum Institute released Wednesday showed a drop of 3.7 million barrels, compared to estimates of a 1.7 million barrel decrease.

U.S. inventories decreased by 4.9 million barrels for the week ending Nov. 29, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. That was more than three times the 1.4 million decrease that analysts polled by FactSet had been expecting.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures gained $2.33, or 4.2%, settling at $58.43 a barrel. It was WTI’s third straight day of gains, and its best day since September. Brent crude futures gained $2.31, or 3.8%, to reach $63.14.

Oil gained more than 4% on Wednesday, as a larger-than-expected drop in U.S. inventories and hopes of deeper production cuts from OPEC lifted prices.

Oil also got a boost from talk of deeper production cuts.

OPEC’s biannual meeting kicks off Thursday in Vienna, where the 14-member group will discuss the next phase of their oil production policy. On Friday, OPEC and its allies — known as OPEC+ and which includes Russia — will meet.

OPEC+ has cut output by 1.2 million barrels per day since the beginning of the year. The current deal runs through March of 2020.

Ahead of Thursday’s meeting, Iraqi oil minister Thamer Ghadhban suggested that the members might be leaning towards steeper cuts, which would see production reduced by an additional 400,000 barrels per day.

But Rebecca Babin, a senior energy trader at CIBC Private Wealth Management, was quick to note that Wednesday’s surge brings oil back to where it traded last week, before Friday’s sell-off on comments from Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak.

“This move essentially is re-calibrating crude prices to reflect lower odds that the deal is not extended and higher odds of deeper cuts,” she said to CNBC.

While she attributed Wednesday’s action to an increased probability of deeper cuts, she noted that it’s not yet a given. “Iraq’s credibility regarding additional output cuts could be questioned, as they have yet to comply with the original cuts imposed as part of the OPEC+ agreement,” she said.

Earlier in Wednesday’s trading session oil had pared some of its gains following a Dow Jones report that Saudi Arabia might boost production if other OPEC members do not comply with the current production cut stipulations. This followed a Reuters report on Monday that Saudi Arabia could be in favor of deeper cuts in order to give Aramco a boost as it hits the public market.

– CNBC’s Sam Meredith contributed reporting.


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A federal privacy law is starting to crystallize, but Democrats and Republicans can’t agree on how to do it

After months of tinkering and negotiations, the outlines of a federal privacy law are finally starting to crystallize, but lawmakers continue to quibble over the details. “We have a lot of bills, but we have no federal law. “People are angry and scared more than ever before and they don’t care whether it’s a federal law or a state law. Enacting a federal privacy law has become a more urgent concern for lawmakers as California’s privacy bill is set to go into effect Jan. 1. Here are some of the k


After months of tinkering and negotiations, the outlines of a federal privacy law are finally starting to crystallize, but lawmakers continue to quibble over the details.
“We have a lot of bills, but we have no federal law.
“People are angry and scared more than ever before and they don’t care whether it’s a federal law or a state law.
Enacting a federal privacy law has become a more urgent concern for lawmakers as California’s privacy bill is set to go into effect Jan. 1.
Here are some of the k
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A federal privacy law is starting to crystallize, but Democrats and Republicans can't agree on how to do it

After months of tinkering and negotiations, the outlines of a federal privacy law are finally starting to crystallize, but lawmakers continue to quibble over the details.

Two primary proposals are now being discussed among the members of the Senate Commerce Committee, one led by Chairman Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and one by Ranking Member Maria Cantwell, D-Wash. Several other lawmakers have proposed bills aimed at more specific aspects of online privacy, like regulation of algorithms that create filter bubbles and requiring companies to clearly disclose their privacy policies.

While committee members continue to debate whether the national law should preempt state bills and if individuals should be allowed to sue companies they believe have violated their rights, there is one thing they agree on: federal privacy legislation is urgently needed.

“We have a lot of bills, but we have no federal law. I want a law,” said Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., at a hearing Wednesday aimed at discussing the proposals. “People are angry and scared more than ever before and they don’t care whether it’s a federal law or a state law. They want a law. And you will see state laws all around the country, hopefully they won’t create too much inconsistency, but that’s where we’re going if we fail to act.”

The committee heard from an all-female panel of witnesses at Wednesday’s hearing that included representatives from Walmart and Microsoft as well as privacy law experts. Two former commissioners for the Federal Trade Commission were represented on the panel, including the Microsoft representative.

Enacting a federal privacy law has become a more urgent concern for lawmakers as California’s privacy bill is set to go into effect Jan. 1. Tech companies have been among those warning that a patchwork of state laws will make it harder for consumers to understand their rights and for smaller, upstart companies to ensure they’re in compliance.

Senators on both sides of the aisle said that only a bipartisan bill had a chance of passing. As Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., put it, the questions comes down to: “What are we willing to accept to have something different than what we are going to have without federal legislation?”

Here are some of the key issues senators sought clarity on at Wednesday’s hearing:


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Here’s what you need to know about Wednesday’s 2020 Democratic presidential debate

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) enter the stage before the Democratic Presidential Debate at Otterbein University on October 15, 2019 in Westerville, Ohio. Democratic presidential hopefuls will take the stage together for the fifth time Wednesday night as the top contenders jockey for position and the flagging candidates look for a breakout moment. The 2020 presidential primary debate will go from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Former Vice Preside


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) enter the stage before the Democratic Presidential Debate at Otterbein University on October 15, 2019 in Westerville, Ohio.
Democratic presidential hopefuls will take the stage together for the fifth time Wednesday night as the top contenders jockey for position and the flagging candidates look for a breakout moment.
The 2020 presidential primary debate will go from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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Here's what you need to know about Wednesday's 2020 Democratic presidential debate

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) enter the stage before the Democratic Presidential Debate at Otterbein University on October 15, 2019 in Westerville, Ohio.

Democratic presidential hopefuls will take the stage together for the fifth time Wednesday night as the top contenders jockey for position and the flagging candidates look for a breakout moment.

The 2020 presidential primary debate will go from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET in Atlanta. The event, co-hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post, will feature 10 contenders for the Democratic nomination.

Former Vice President Joe Biden

Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J.

South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.

Billionaire activist Tom Steyer

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang

The qualifying standards for debates have grown tougher as the race inches closer to the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses in February. Seventeen Democratic candidates remain in the race, and hopefuls including former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., find themselves banished from the debate stage.

Though nominating contests start in less than three months, the field continues to morph as some Democrats worry about the current contenders’ ability to beat President Donald Trump in next year’s general election. Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick jumped into the race earlier this month.

Ex-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is also considering whether to enter the fold.


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