7:43am, Dow futures down 90 points after Trump tweet storm
VLRX up 18% on 733,282 shares traded as of 7:59am after reporting: “positive results from a preclinical pharmacokinetic (PK) study of cannabidiol (CBD) subcutaneous infusion with two dosing regimens delivered via its proprietary h-Patch™ wearable drug delivery device”. Link They also plan to dilute their share price significantly. They filed an s-1 a few days ago.
Del Taco Restaurants down 10% on 3000 shares traded as of 8:41am after announcing 2nd quarter results. Misses on estimates
8:53am, SSNC down 17% on 242,901 shares traded after missing on EPS, but reporting a significant increase in net income relative to the prior years quarter.
McDermott International, Inc. reported a net loss for Q2 2019, and reduced guidance for 2019, while also updating their asset sale processes. The stock is currently down 36% as of 9:01am on 970,959 shares traded.
Under Armour is down 16% on 1,150,145 shares traded as of 9:08am after reducing revenue outlook for 2019. They also reported a net loss of 4 cents per share
“Energy Focus Awarded $3 Million Contract Extension with a Major Healthcare Provider”. Up 79% on 5.1 million shares traded at 9:53am. Link
They have about one quarter left of cash going by their last 10-Q
12 million shares outstanding
|U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. is up 15 after reporting positive 2nd quarter operating results. Beats on EPS|
LSB Industries Inc. beats analyst estimates, reports a significant increase in net income compared to the priors years quarter, up 23% on 1,281,783 shares traded as of 10:07am
CNX beats on earnings, attributes much of the increase to an unrealized gain on derivative instruments. The stock is currently up 26% as of 1:47am on 12,020,596 shares traded. prnewswire reports.
The top gainers list is filled with oil stocks. The commodity it up 1.69% in the afternoon. The indexes are also starting to turn green after faltering at the open
Great article written about Beyond Meat . Check it out at CNBC
“Iran’s oil exports slide in July”. Financial Post reports
July.29:”Yemen urges oil companies to restart production: document”. Reuters reports
Stay tuned for updates!