Thursday, January 19, 2017

Wix.com - Chart of the Day

Wix.Com (WIX) is the Barchart Chart of the Day.  The web based development company has a Trend Spotter buy signal, a Weighted Alpha of 143.53+ and gained 166.24% in the last year.

The Chart of the Day belongs to Wix.Com (WIX).  I found the web based development stock by using Barchart to sort today's All Time High list first for the highest Weighted Alpha, then again for technical buy signals of 80% or more.  Since the Trend Spotter signaled a buy on 1/10 the stock gained 10.62%

Wix.com Ltd. is a cloud-based web development platform. The Company's platform offers solutions that enable businesses, organizations, professionals and individuals to develop customized websites and application platforms. Wix.com Ltd. is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


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Barchart technical indicators:

  • 88% technical buy signals
  • Trend Spotter buy signal
  • Above its 20, 50 and 100 day moving averages
  • 15 new highs and up 23.59% in the last month
  • Relative Strength Index 77.29%
  • Technical support level at 51.37
  • Recently traded at 53.90 with a 50 day moving average of 47.18 


Fundamental factors:

  • Market Cap $2.2 billion
  • Revenue expected to grow 41.30% this year and another 32.60% next year
  • Earnings estimated to increase 50.00% this year, an additional 150.00% next year and compound at an annual rate of 3200.00% for the next 5 years
  • Wall Street analysts issued 9 buy and 2 hold recommendations on the stock

MORNING CALL 1/19

Barchart Morning Call

OVERNIGHT MARKETS AND NEWS
Mar E-mini S&Ps (ESH17 -0.08%) are down -0.08% and European stocks are down -0.09% ahead of the results of today's ECB meeting. The ECB is expected to keep its monthly asset purchases at 80 billion euros ($85 billion) until March, and then at 60 billion euros from April to December. The markets will also scour comments from ECB President Draghi about when the central bank may begin to taper QE at his press conference following today's ECB meeting. Metals prices are weaker with Feb COMEX gold (GCG17 -0.76%) down -0.82% and Mar COMEX copper (HGH17 -0.52%) down -0.59% at a 1-week low after comments yesterday from Fed Chair Yellen bolstered interest rate hike expectations when she said the U.S. economy is close to the Fed's objectives of full employment and stable prices. Stock losses were muted as energy producing companies gained with Mar WTI crude oil prices (CLH17 +1.21%) up +0.69% after the API late yesterday reported that U.S. crude stockpiles fell by -5.04 million bbl last week. Asian stocks settled mixed: Japan +0.94%, Hong Kong -0.21%, China -0.38%, Taiwan -0.26%, Australia +0.24%, Singapore +0.27%, South Korea +0.23%, India +0.19%. Chinese stocks were led lower by losses in mining stocks with the slide in metals prices while Japanese stocks moved higher as strength in USD/JPY boosted exporter stocks.
The dollar index (DXY00 +0.15%) is up +0.18%. EUR/USD (^EURUSD) is up +0.32%. USD/JPY (^USDJPY) is down -0.06%.
Mar 10-year T-note prices (ZNH17 -0.34%) are down -13.5 ticks at a 1-week low on continuation of weakness seen late yesterday after comments from Fed Chair Yellen bolstered the prospects for more Fed rate hikes.
U.S. STOCK PREVIEW
Key U.S. news today includes: (1) weekly initial unemployment claims (expected +5,000 to 252,000, previous +10,000 to 247,000) and continuing claims (expected -12,000 to 2.075 million, previous -29,000 to 2.087 million), (2) Dec housing starts (expected +8.9% to 1.187 million, Nov 18.7% to 1.090 million), (3) Jan Philadelphia Fed business outlook index (expected -4.9 to 15.1, Dec +11.0 to 19.7), (4) Treasury auctions $13 billion of 10-year TIPS, (5) Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, and (6) EIA Weekly Petroleum Status Report.
S&P 500 earnings reports today include: IBM (consensus $4.88), AMEX (0.99), Union Pacific (1.33), PPG Industries (1.18), BB&T (0.74), M&T Bank (2.04), JB Hunt (1.01), KeyCorp (0.29), Bank of NY Mellon (0.77), People's United Financial (0.24), Schlumberger (0.26), Skyworks Solutions (1.58).
U.S. IPO's scheduled to price today: Keane Group (FRAC).
Equity conferences: ACI Future of Polyolefins Summit on Thu.
OVERNIGHT U.S. STOCK MOVERS
Exxon Mobile (XOM -1.24%) was downgraded to 'Sell' from 'Neutral' at UBS with a price target of $77.
Netflx (NFLX +0.28%) jumped over 7% in pre-market trading after it reported 1.93 million net streaming adds, higher than consensus of 1.45 million, and said it added 5.12 million new customers in international markets, above consensus of 3.78 million.
Under Armour (UAA -2.62%) was rated a new 'Buy' at CLSA with a price target of $37.
CSX Corp. (CSX -3.18%) rallied 8% in after-hours trading after the WSJ reported that outgoing CEO Hunter Harrison and activist investor Paul Hilal are finalizing a partnership and are set to target CSX.
Kinder Morgan (KMI -0.49%) fell over 2% in after-hours trading after it reported Q4 revenue of $3.39 billion, below consensus of $3.53 billion.
Mondelex International (MDLZ +0.29%) rose nearly 3% in after-hours trading after Bega Cheese agreed to buy Mondelez's Australian grocery business for A$460 million.
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP -0.45%) lost 1% in after-hours trading after the company accelerated the retirement of CEO Hunter Harrison by about 6 months after he inquired about the possibility of working with other major freight railroads.
Rent-A-Center (RCII +1.39%) tumbled over 12% in after-hours trading after it said preliminary Q4 core comparable sales tumbled 14% and that it will have a Q4 loss per share of -20 cents to -30 cents, much weaker than consensus for EPS of 10 cents.
Zynerba Pharmaceuticals (ZYNE +15.18%) declined nearly 7% in after-hours trading after it announced a proposed public offering of common stock.
Oclaro (OCLR -0.61%) jumped nearly 8% in after-hours trading after it reported preliminary Q2 revenue of $153.5 million-$154 million, better than consensus of $150.5 million.
PTC Inc. (PTC +0.04%) rose over 1% in after-hours trading after it reported Q1 adjusted revenue of $287.2 million, above consensus of $285.6 million.
Heron Therapeutics (HRTX -0.39%) dropped over 3% in after-hours trading after it proposed a $150 million public offering of common stock.
La Quinta Holdings (LQ +1.40%) gained almost 2% in after-hours trading after it said it will pursue plans to separate into two stand-alone publicly traded companies which could involve a spinoff of its real estate assets.
Plexus (PLXS +0.58%) slid over 2% in after-hours trading after it said it sees Q2 revenue of $620 million-$650 million, below consensus of $658.7 million.
EP Energy (EPE -2.79%) dropped nearly 4% in after-hours trading after it was downgraded to 'Sell' from 'Neutral' at UBS.
MARKET COMMENTS
Mar E-mini S&Ps (ESH17 -0.08%) this morning are down -1.75 points (-0.08%). Wednesday's closes: S&P 500 +0.18%, Dow Jones -0.11%, Nasdaq +0.22%. The S&P 500 on Wednesday closed higher on comments from Dallas Fed President Kaplan (voter) who said he's "pretty optimistic" about the 2017 economic outlook. Stocks were also boosted by the +0.8% increase in U.S. Dec industrial production, stronger than expectations of +0.6% and the biggest increase in 2 years. Stocks were undercut by the -2 point decline in the U.S. Jan NAHB housing market index to 67 (weaker than expectations for a decline to 69) and by the +0.2% increase in U.S. Dec manufacturing production (weaker than expectations of +0.4%).
Mar 10-year T-notes (ZNH17 -0.34%) this morning are down -13.5 ticks at a 1-week low. Wednesday's closes: TYH7 -16.50, FVH7 -9.50. Mar 10-year T-notes on Wednesday closed lower on increased inflation expectations that bolster the case for tighter Fed policy after the 10-year T-note breakeven inflation rate rose to a 2-1/3 year high. T-notes were also undercut by comments from Dallas Fed President Kaplan who said that stronger growth and structural reforms "would allow the Fed to more quickly normalize interest rates."
The dollar index (DXY00 +0.15%) this morning is up +0.18 (+0.18%). EUR/USD (^EURUSD) is up +0.0034 (+0.32%). USD/JPY (^USDJPY) is down -0.07 (-0.06%). Wednesday's closes: Dollar index +0.98 (+0.98%), EUR/USD -0.0083 (-0.77%), USD/JPY +2.02 (+1.8%). The dollar index on Wednesday closed higher on comments from Dallas Fed President Kaplan who said he's "pretty optimistic" about the 2017 economic outlook and on comments from Fed Chair Yellen who said the U.S. economy is "close" to the Fed's objectives of full employment and stable prices.
Mar WTI crude oil prices (CLH17 +1.21%) this morning are up +36 cents (+0.69%) and Mar gasoline (RBH17 +0.61%) is +0.0034 (+0.22%). Wednesday's closes: Mar crude -1.37 (-2.57%), Mar gasoline -0.0454 (-2.79%). Mar crude oil and gasoline on Wednesday closed lower with Mar gasoline at a 1-week low. Crude oil prices were undercut by the stronger dollar and by comments from IEA Director Fatih Birol who said that the recent rally in oil prices will trigger a "significant" increase in U.S. shale-oil output.
GLOBAL EVENT CALENDAR01/19/2017
Thursday, Jan 19
US0830 ETWeekly initial unemployment claims expected +5,000 to 252,000, previous +10,000 to 247,000. Weekly continuing claims expected -12,000 to 2.075 million, previous -29,000 to 2.087 million.
0830 ETDec housing starts expected +8.9% to 1.187 million, Nov 18.7% to 1.090 million. Dec building permits expected +1.1% to 1.225 million, Nov -3.8% to 1.212 million.
0830 ETJan Philadelphia Fed business outlook survey expected -4.9 to 15.1, Dec +11.0 to 19.7.
1100 ETEIA Weekly Petroleum Status Report.
1100 ETTreasury announces amount of 2-year T-notes (previous $26 billion), 2-year floating-rate notes (previous $13 billion), 5-year T-notes (previous $34 billion) and 7-year T-notes (previous $28 billion) to be auctioned Jan 24-26.
1300 ETTreasury auctions $13 billion of 10-year TIPS.
2000 ETFed Chair Janet Yellen speaks to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.
Friday, Jan 20
US0830 ETUSDA weekly Export Sales.
0900 ETPhiladelphia Fed President Patrick Harker (voter) speaks on the economic outlook at an event in New Jersey.
n/aPresident-elect Trumps swearing in ceremony begins.
1300 ETSan Francisco Fed President John Williams (non-voter) delivers closing remarks at the Bay Area Council meeting.
1545 ETSan Francisco Fed President John Williams (non-voter) speaks at the Solano Economic Development Corporations Annual Luncheon meeting.
U.S. STOCK CALENDAR01/19/2017

CompanyTickerTimeEvent DescriptionPeriodEstimate
PPG Industries IncPPG USBef-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20161.182
BB&T CorpBBT USBef-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.739
M&T Bank CorpMTB USBef-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20162.036
JB Hunt Transport Services IncJBHT USBef-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20161.01
KeyCorpKEY USBef-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.29
Bank of New York Mellon Corp/TheBK US6:30Q4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.772
Union Pacific CorpUNP US7:00Q4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20161.329
Skyworks Solutions IncSWKS USAft-mktQ1 2017 Earnings ReleaseQ1 20171.582
DR Horton IncDHI USAnnual General Meeting

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Chemed - Chart of the Day

Chemed (CHE) is the Barchart Chart of the Day.  The hospice care and home service company had a Trend Spotter buy signal, a Weighted Alpha of 27.76+ and gained 19.81% in the last year.

The Chart of the Day belongs to Chemed (CHE).  I found the hospice care and home services stock buy using Barchart to sort today's All Time High list first for the most frequent new highs in the last month, then again for technical buy signals of 80% or more.

Chemed Corporation is the nation's largest provider of end-of-life hospice care services through its VITAS Healthcare Corporation subsidiary. Chemed also maintains a presence in the residential and commercial repair-and-maintenance industry through two subsidiaries. Roto-Rooter is North America's largest provider of plumbing and drain cleaning services. Service America Network Inc. provides major-appliance and heating/air-conditioning repair, maintenance, and replacement services.


The status of Barchart's Opinion trading systems are listed below. Please note that the Barchart Opinion indicators are updated live during the session every 10 minutes and can therefore change during the day as the market fluctuates. The indicator numbers shown below therefore may not match what you see live on the Barchart.com web site when you read this report.

Barchart technical indicators:

  • 100% technical buy signals
  • Trend Spotter buy signal
  • Above its 20, 50 and 100 day moving averages
  • 12 new highs and up 5.24% in the last month
  • Relative Strength Index 76.52%
  • Technical support level at 165.03
  • Recently traded at 168.76 with a 50 day moving average if 154.19
Fundamental factors:
  • Market Cap $2.7 billion
  • P/E 24.20
  • Revenue expected to grow 2.60% this year and another 4.40% next year
  • Earnings estimated to increase 3.70% this year, 7.70% next year and compound at an annual rate of 10.00% for the next 5 years
  • Wall Street analysts issued 1 buy and 1 hold recommendation on this stock

MORNING CALL 1/18

Barchart Morning Call

OVERNIGHT MARKETS AND NEWS
Mar E-mini S&Ps (ESH17 +0.03%) are up +0.06% ahead of data on U.S. Dec consumer prices and industrial production, while European stocks are down -0.16% ahead of Thursday's ECB meeting and any indications from the central bank on when it may begin to taper stimulus. The upside in stocks is limited as Feb WTI crude prices (CLG17 -1.64%) are down -1.26%, which is undercutting energy producing stocks. Crude prices retreated after IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol said he sees U.S. shale-oil output rising "in significant terms" due to the recent rally in oil prices and that there will be "lots more' supply in late 2017/early 2018. Asian stocks settled mixed: Japan +0.43%, Hong Kong +1.13%, China +0.14%, Taiwan -0.13%, Australia -0.36%, Singapore -0.42%, South Korea -0.11%, India +0.08%. Japan's Nikkei Stock Index recovered from a 1-1/4 month low and closed higher after USD/JPY rebounded from a 1-1/2 month low and moved higher, which fueled a rally in exporter stocks.
The dollar index (DXY00 +0.37%) is up +0.34%. EUR/USD (^EURUSD) is down -0.23%. USD/JPY (^USDJPY) is up +0.66%.
Mar 10-year T-note prices (ZNH17 -0.20%) are down -8 ticks after comments from San Francisco Fed President Williams who said that "further gradual increases in the target fed funds rate will likely be appropriate."
San Francisco Fed President Williams said late Tuesday that "further gradual increases in the target fed funds rate will likely be appropriate" to keep the U.S. economy on a sustainable course and avoid excess inflation or damaging asset bubbles.
U.S. STOCK PREVIEW
Key U.S. news today includes: (1) weekly MBA mortgage applications (previous +5.8% with purchase sub-index +6.1% and refi sub-index +4.4%), (2) Dec CPI (expected +0.3% m/m and +2.1% y/y, Nov +0.2% m/m and +1.7% y/y) and Dec CPI ex food & energy (expected +0.2% m/m and +2.1% y/y, Nov +0.2% m/m and +2.1% y/y), (3) Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan (voter) will speak at a panel discussion at the Dallas Fed followed by media and audience Q&A, (4) Dec industrial production (expected +0.6%, Nov -0.4%), (5) Jan NAHB housing market index (expected -1 to 69, Dec +7 to 70), (6) Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari (voter) discusses the economy at the Minneapolis Urban League, (7) Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.
S&P 500 earnings reports today include: Goldman Sachs (consensus $4.84), Citigroup (1.12), Schwab (0.46), US Bancorp (0.81), Fastenal (0.38), Northern Trust (1.13), Netflix (0.13), Kinder Morgan (0.18).
U.S. IPO's scheduled to price today: none.
Equity conferences today: TD Securities Mining Conference on Wed, ACI Future of Polyolefins Summit on Thu.
OVERNIGHT U.S. STOCK MOVERS
Goldman Sachs (GS -3.50%) fell 2% in pre-market trading after it reported Q4 EPS of $5.08, higher than consensus of $4.84, but said Q4 equities and trading revenue was $1.59 billion, below consensus of $1.61 billion.
Wells Fargo (WFC -2.77%) was downgraded to 'Hold' from 'Buy' at Argus.
McKesson (MCK +0.85%) was upgraded to 'Market Outperform' from 'Market Perform' at Avondale Partners LLC with a 12-month target price of $193.
Hancock Holding (HBHC -3.46%) reported Q4 EPS of 64 cents, stronger than consensus of 61 cents.
Linear Technology (LLTC -0.05%) reported Q2 revenue of $375.8 million, higher than consensus of $373.8 million.
HP Enterprise (HPE -1.09%) bought Simplivity for $650 million in cash.
Toys R Us (TOY) reported that same-store comparable sales for the 9-week period ended December 31, fell =3.4%.
San Francisco Fed President Williams (non-voter) said more gradual interest rate increases will likely be needed, given a "strong" U.S. economy that's reached full employment with inflation approaching 2%.
United Continental Holdings (UAL -0.78%) lost over 1% in after-hours trading after it forecast Q1 Prasm growth of down -1% to up +1%, weaker than consensus of up +0.5% to +1.5%.
CSX Corp. (CSX -1.83%) dropped 3% in after-hours trading after it reported Q4 EPS of 49 cents, below consensus of 50 cents.
Neurocrine Biosciences (NBIX -4.92%) fell nearly 5% in after-hours trading after it said a Phase II clinical study of its Ingrezza to treat adults with Tourette syndrome did not meet its pre-specified primary endpoint.
Jazz Pharmaceuticals (JAZZ -1.47%) slid 4% in after-hours trading after the U.S. FDA said it approved the first generic version of Jazz's Xyrem drug to treat patients with narcolepsy.
Teladoc (TDOC -5.18%) dropped 5% in after-hours trading after certain stock holders are reportedly offering to sell 7.25 million shares of stock.
Interactive Brokers Group (IBKR -1.96%) fell over 2% in after-hours trading after it reported an unexpected Q4 comprehensive loss of -5 cents a share, much weaker than consensus for Q4 adjusted EPS to climb 35 cents.
Shiloh Industries (SHLO -3.23%) jumped 11% in after-hours trading after it reported Q4 adjusted EPS of 50 cents, well above consensus of 18 cents.
Almost Family (AFAM +1.48%) sank 9% in after-hours trading after it announced a proposed underwritten public offering of 2.5 million shares of common stock.
Gigamon (GIMO -2.87%) plunged over 20% in after-hours trading after it reported preliminary Q4 revenue of $84.5 million-$85 million, below consensus of $92.2 million.
MARKET COMMENTS
Mar E-mini S&Ps (ESH17 +0.03%) this morning are up +1.25 points (+0.06%). Tuesday's closes: S&P 500 -0.30%, Dow Jones -0.30%, Nasdaq -0.29%. The S&P 500 on Tuesday closed lower on Mr. Trump's opposition to the border-adjustment tax system proposed by House Republicans, which suggests that the corporate tax rate will not be lowered by as much as earlier hoped. There was also carry-over weakness from a slide in European stocks to a 2-weeke low on concerns about Brexit after UK Prime Minister May pledged to take Britain out of the European Union. Stocks recovered from their worst levels on upbeat comments from New York Fed President Dudley (voter) who said "I am optimistic that the economic expansion will continue over the next few years."
Mar 10-year T-notes (ZNH17 -0.20%) this morning are down -8 ticks. Tuesday's closes: TYH7 +14.50, FVH7 +10.00. Mar 10-year T-notes on Tuesday closed higher as the 10-year T-note yield fell to a 1-1/2 month low. T-note prices were boosted by comments from New York Fed President Dudley that dampened inflation concerns when he said "the recent strengthening of the dollar will put downward pressure on import prices and limit the ability of domestic producers to raise their prices."
The dollar index (DXY00 +0.37%) this morning is up 0.34 (+0.34%). EUR/USD (^EURUSD) is down -0.0025 (-0.23%). USD/JPY (^USDJPY) is up +0.74 (+0.66%). Tuesday's closes: Dollar index -0.87 (-0.86%), EUR/USD +0.0112 (+1.06%), USD/JPY -1.58 (-1.3%). The dollar index on Tuesday slid to a 1-1/4 month low and closed lower on comments from President-elect Trump who told the WSJ that the U.S. dollar is "too strong" in part because China holds down its currency. There was also strength in EUR/USD which posted a 1-1/4 month high after the German Jan ZEW survey expectations of economic growth rose to a 7-month high.
Feb WTI crude oil prices (CLG17 -1.64%) this morning are down -66 cents (-1.26%) and Feb gasoline (RBG17 -1.18%) is -0.0122 (-0.76%). Tuesday's closes: Feb crude +0.16 (+0.31%), Feb gasoline -0.0095 (-0.59%). Feb crude oil and gasoline on Tuesday settled mixed with Feb crude oil at a 1-week high. Crude oil prices were boosted by the sell-off in the dollar index to a 1-1/4 month low and by expectations that Thursday's weekly EIA data will show U.S. crude inventories fell -1.3 million bbl. Gasoline closed lower on expectations that Thursday's weekly EIA data will show gasoline supplies rose +2.0 million bbl.
GLOBAL EVENT CALENDAR01/18/2017
Wednesday, Jan 18
US0700 ETWeekly MBA mortgage applications, previous +5.8% with purchase sub-index +6.1% and refi sub-index +4.4%.
0830 ETDec CPI expected +0.3% m/m and +2.1% y/y, Nov +0.2% m/m and +1.7% y/y. Dec CPI ex food & energy expected +0.2% m/m and +2.1% y/y, Nov +0.2% m/m and +2.1% y/y.
0900 ETDallas Fed President Robert Kaplan (voter) will speak at a panel discussion at the Dallas Fed followed by media and audience Q&A.
0915 ETDec industrial production expected +0.6%, Nov -0.4%. Dec manufacturing production expected +0.5%, Nov -0.1%. Dec capacity utilization expected +0.4 to 75.4%, Nov -0.4 to 75.0%.
1000 ETJan NAHB housing market index expected -1 to 69, Dec +7 to 70.
1100 ETMinneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari (voter) discusses the economy at the Minneapolis Urban League.
1500 ETFed Chair Janet Yellen speaks at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.
Thursday, Jan 19
US0830 ETWeekly initial unemployment claims expected +5,000 to 252,000, previous +10,000 to 247,000. Weekly continuing claims expected -12,000 to 2.075 million, previous -29,000 to 2.087 million.
0830 ETDec housing starts expected +8.9% to 1.187 million, Nov 18.7% to 1.090 million. Dec building permits expected +1.1% to 1.225 million, Nov -3.8% to 1.212 million.
0830 ETJan Philadelphia Fed business outlook survey expected -5.5 to 16.0, Dec +13.9 to 21.5.
1100 ETEIA Weekly Petroleum Status Report.
1100 ETTreasury announces amount of 2-year T-notes (previous $26 billion), 2-year floating-rate notes (previous $13 billion), 5-year T-notes (previous $34 billion) and 7-year T-notes (previous $28 billion) to be auctioned Jan 24-26.
1300 ETTreasury auctions $13 billion of 10-year TIPS.
2000 ETFed Chair Janet Yellen speaks to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.
U.S. STOCK CALENDAR01/18/2017
CompanyTickerTimeEvent DescriptionPeriodEstimate
Charles Schwab Corp/TheSCHW USBef-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.358
US BancorpUSB USBef-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.809
Fastenal CoFAST US7:00Q4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.379
Northern Trust CorpNTRS US7:30Q4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20161.125
Goldman Sachs Group Inc/TheGS US7:30Q4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20164.838
Citigroup IncC US8:00Q4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20161.119
CSX CorpCSX US8:30Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
US BancorpUSB US9:00Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
Goldman Sachs Group Inc/TheGS US9:30Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
Fastenal CoFAST US10:00Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
United Continental Holdings IncUAL US10:30Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
Micron Technology IncMU US11:00Annual General MeetingY 2017
Citigroup IncC US11:00Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
Northern Trust CorpNTRS US12:00Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
Netflix IncNFLX US16:05Q4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.132
Kinder Morgan Inc/DEKMI US16:30Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
Netflix IncNFLX US17:00Q4 2016 Earnings CallQ4 2016
Kinder Morgan Inc/DEKMI USAft-mktQ4 2016 Earnings ReleaseQ4 20160.18