Wall Street looks steady after tech stocks took a hit



The U.S. introduced Tuesday that it will tap its Strategic Petroleum Reserve as a part of a international effort from energy-consuming nations to calm this 12 months’s speedy rise in gas costs. The coordinated launch by the U.S., India, China, Japan, South Korea and the U.Okay. is a first of its type transfer. It’s got here after OPEC and its allies rebuffed repeated requests from the U.S. and different nations to pump extra to match demand. (CNBC)

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The Biden administration has no plans to curb any future Covid surges utilizing a nationwide lockdown, White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients mentioned at a briefing Monday. The federal authorities would as a substitute depend on vaccines and therapeutics to maintain the nation, he mentioned. Covid circumstances within the U.S. not too long ago pushed larger once more into the mid-90,000-per-day vary. (CNBC)

Shares of Zoom Video Communications fell greater than 8.5% in Tuesday’s premarket, the morning after the company reported a continued revenue growth slowdown from the explosive exercise within the early days of Covid. For the October quarter, Zoom beat estimates on earnings and guided larger for subsequent quarter. (CNBC)

Best Buy (BBY) sank 11% in Tuesday’s premarket as traders anxious about rising delivery prices and weaker demand for shopper electronics down the highway. Before the bell, the corporate reported quarterly earnings and income that beat estimates. However, analysts are involved that Best Buy might see a troublesome 12 months forward. (CNBC)

* Dick’s Sporting Goods crushes earnings, raises full-year outlook (CNBC)

Urban Outfitters (UBRN) dropped 11% in premarket buying and selling after the retailer’s newest quarter mirrored a shift to extra on-line gross sales, which drove up bills resulting from higher delivery costs and higher wages at its distribution and achievement facilities. Still, Urban Outfitters on Monday reported per-share earnings and income that exceeded expectations.

Tesla (TSLA) has hired David Misler as a new managing counsel on the electrical automaker, in accordance with his LinkedIn profile. Misler is a former legal professional for the SEC and beforehand labored for the Justice Department. Tesla has repeatedly had run-ins with regulators, most notably resulting from CEO Elon Musk’s tweets. (CNBC)

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Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey was ordered final 12 months to pay almost $31 million to MRC, the unbiased studio behind Netflix’s (NFLX ) “House of Cards,” for breaching his contract by violating the corporate’s sexual harassment coverage, a court docket submitting revealed Monday. MRC additionally labored on Netflix’s “Ozarks,” Hulu’s “The Great,” and Apple TV+’s “The Shrink Next Door.” (CNBC)

Elizabeth Holmes took mostly easy questions from her protection legal professional Monday, because the Theranos founder was given the stage to tout the daring aspirations she had for her blood-testing firm forward of what is sure to be a heated cross-examination. Holmes is anticipated to the witness stand Tuesday. (CNBC)


Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) beat estimates by 20 cents a share, with adjusted earnings of 86 cents per share. Revenue additionally topped forecasts. Abercrombie’s revenue margin dropped by 30 foundation factors. Shares fell 3.8% within the premarket.

Dollar Tree (DLTR) matched estimates with quarterly revenue of 96 cents per share. The low cost retailer’s income got here in barely above estimates. Dollar Tree’s freight prices throughout the quarter had been considerably larger than anticipated, and its inventory fell 1.4% in premarket buying and selling.

Medtronic (MDT) reported a blended quarter, with income falling under Street forecasts. The medical system maker’s revenue beat forecasts by 3 cents a share, with earnings of $1.32 per share. Medtronic additionally lowered its full-year outlook, citing the Covid-19 resurgence and health-care staffing challenges.

J.M. Smucker (SJM) reported quarterly earnings of $2.43 per share, beating the $2.05 a share consensus estimate. Revenue additionally beat forecasts and Smucker raised its full-year forecast amid robust shopper demand for its flagship model in addition to Jif, Folgers and Milk-Bone. Smucker rose 1.2% within the premarket.

Xpeng (XPEV) jumped 3% within the premarket after the China-based electrical car maker reported a wider-than-expected quarterly loss, but additionally noticed income are available in effectively above estimates whereas issuing an upbeat current-quarter outlook.

Agilent Technologies (A) got here in 3 cents a share forward of Street forecasts, with quarterly earnings of $1.21 per share. The life sciences firm’s income was according to estimates. Agilent issued an outlook that falls partially under analysts’ estimates, nonetheless, prompting a 4.2% premarket drop within the inventory.


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