Markt snapshot Wall Street 14 september
• Amazon boosts hourly pay to over $18, to hire 125,000 workers
Amazon.com hiked its average starting wage to $18 per hour and said it plans to hire more than 125,000 warehouse and transportation workers in the United States.
• Apple expected to unveil new iPhones as part of 5G push
Apple is expected to show new iPhone and Apple Watch models with slight upgrades, and analysts expect that wireless carriers will play an outsized role in the annual show as they try to entice consumers into 5G plans.
• S.Korea fines Google $177 million for blocking Android customisation
South Korea's antitrust regulator has fined Alphabet Inc's Google $176.64 million for blocking customised versions of its Android operating system (OS), in the U.S. technology giant's second setback in the country in less than a month.
• Tesla, Toyota spar with Ford, UAW over EV tax bill
Toyota Motor and Tesla clashed with Ford Motor and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union over a proposal by Democrats in the U.S. House to give union-made, U.S.-built electric vehicles an additional $4,500 tax incentive.
• Nicholas weakens into tropical storm, battering Texas, Louisiana with rain
Heavy rains lashed Texas and Louisiana as hurricane Nicholas weakened into a tropical storm, bringing the threat of widespread floods and power outages as it swept down the U.S. Gulf Coast.
BEFORE THE BELL
Wall Street futures were little changed as investors awaited the U.S. inflation data that might offer clues on the timing of policy tightening by the Federal Reserve. European stocks slipped, weighed down by weakness in luxury and mining shares. Japan's Nikkei closed at a more than 31-year high, supported by gains in cyclical stocks. The dollar index was little changed, while gold prices were in the negative territory. Oil rose as another hurricane threatened to bring heavy rain to U.S. Gulf.
STOCKS TO WATCH
Deals Of The Day
• Intuit Inc: Known for its small-business accounting and DIY tax-filing software, the company said on Monday it will acquire digital marketing company Mailchimp for about $12 billion in a cash-and-stock deal. The deal, expected to close by the second quarter of fiscal 2022, is Intuit's biggest-ever acquisition. It will be financed through cash on hand and new debt of about $4.5 billion to $5.0 billion, Intuit said. Last year, the company bought personal finance portal Credit Karma for just over $7 billion. The deal for Atlanta-based Mailchimp, which operates a marketing platform for small- and mid-market businesses, will help Intuit add insights to its Quickbooks platform that tracks spending. The deal is expected to add to Intuit's adjusted earnings for full-year fiscal 2022.
In Other News
• Alphabet Inc: South Korea's antitrust regulator has fined Google $176.64 million for blocking customised versions of its Android operating system (OS), in the U.S. technology giant's second setback in the country in less than a month. The Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) said Google's contract terms with device makers amounted to an abuse of its dominant market position that restricted competition in the mobile OS market. The company said in a statement it intends to appeal the ruling, saying it ignores the benefits offered by Android's compatibility with other programs and undermines advantages enjoyed by consumers. "The Korea Fair Trade Commission's decision is meaningful in a way that it provides an opportunity to restore future competitive pressure in the mobile OS and app market markets," KFTC Chairperson Joh Sung-wook said in a statement. The antitrust regulator said this could be the ninth-biggest fine it has ever imposed.
• Amazon.com Inc: The world's largest online retailer hiked its average starting wage to $18 per hour and said it plans to hire more than 125,000 warehouse and transportation workers in the United States. Amazon also said it would pay a sign-on bonus of $3,000 in some locations and the hourly wage could go up to $22.50. Amazon was among the first few retailers to set a $15 an hour minimum wage in 2018. It had said in May it would pay around $17 in average wages. The company is hiring to run the 100 logistics facilities it will launch this month in the United States, on top of the more than 250 that opened earlier this year. The additional staffing will also help roll out one-day delivery for Amazon's Prime loyalty club members.
• Apple Inc: The company is expected to show new iPhone and Apple Watch models with slight upgrades, and analysts expect that wireless carriers will play an outsized role in the annual show as they try to entice consumers into 5G plans. Apple last year introduced its iPhone 12, which featured a new look and its first devices with 5G connectivity. This year, analyst expect modest hardware upgrades and a deeper focus on 5G. In particular, carriers such as AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile that have significantly built out their networks since the start of this year are likely to offer new incentives around the devices that can take advantage of the faster speeds those networks can offer, said Ben Bajarin, head of consumer technologies at Creative Strategies. Meanwhile, a cyber surveillance company based in Israel developed a tool to break into iPhones with a never-before-seen technique that has been in use since at least February, internet security watchdog group Citizen Lab said on Monday.
• Barrick Gold Corp: The company's Chief Executive Mark Bristow spent years burnishing his reputation as an aggressive dealmaker, but he says now he is focused on new mines that he hopes will boost profit and the company's sagging stock price. "The very foundation of our future has to be our geologists and where we are investing," Bristow told Reuters on the sidelines of the MINExpo conference in Las Vegas, the quadrennial gathering of industry executives and suppliers. "Organic growth is always a winner when it comes to value." The newfound focus on internal growth comes as Bristow pushes the mining industry to better invest in host communities. "They are stakeholders that are as important as our own shareholders," he said.
• Chevron Corp: The oil giant tripled its planned capital investment to $10 billion through 2028 to expand its lower carbon energy businesses. Oil majors across the globe are racing to reposition themselves as leaders of a shift away from oil, thanks to the mounting pressure from investors and environmentalists. Chevron said it would grow renewable natural gas production to 40 billion British Thermal units per day and increase renewable fuels production capacity to 100,000 barrels per day to meet growing customer demand for renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel. The company also reaffirmed its expectation to generate $25 billion in cash flow, above its dividend and capital spending, over the next five years. The announcement comes ahead of Chevron energy transition conference scheduled to be held later in the day.
• CNH Industrial NV: The Italian-American vehicle maker said it had named Francesco Tanzi as chief financial officer of Iveco Group, its commercial vehicle unit which is set to be spun-off early next year. CNH Industrial said in 2019 it planned to split in two and separately list its lower-margin Iveco truck and bus units along with its FPT engine division to boost asset values and streamline its businesses. The assets included in the spin-off plan - initially referred to as the CNH Industrial's "OnHighway" business - have now been renamed Iveco Group, which will start as an independent company in early 2022, CNH said in a statement.
• Johnson & Johnson: The company said on Monday its Ebola vaccine regimen demonstrated antibody immune responses in adults and children, citing data published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases journal. The two-dose regimen was well-tolerated and induced antibody responses to the Zaire ebolavirus species 21 days after the second dose in 98% of all participants, the company said, citing data from a late-stage trial. The regimen, Zabdeno and Mvabea, generated immune responses that persisted in adults for at least two years. "These peer-reviewed data support the prophylactic use of the Johnson & Johnson Ebola vaccine regimen to protect people at risk of Ebola, which is essential to our vision of preventing Ebola outbreaks before they can begin," J&J's Chief Scientific Officer Paul Stoffels said.
• Miniso Group Holding Ltd: The Chinese retailer will open a 'flagship' New York store and nearly double its U.S. outlets this year, betting post-pandemic shoppers on a budget will snap up cheap but fun goods for homes and work like $10 soft toy cats and $4 staplers shaped like avocados. At less than 60 outlets, Miniso's U.S. presence will still be dwarfed by giant low-price retailers like Dollar Tree, as well as its own home Chinese base of nearly 3,000 stores. But Miniso says it's moving quickly to take advantage of lower rents in the pandemic-hit U.S. economy, and Vincent Huang, a company vice president responsible for overseas business, told Reuters he ultimately sees potential for "thousands" of U.S. stores. "We choose to expand our presence in the U.S. now for several reasons, including that the cost of a new store opening following COVID-19 is lower," Huang said in a recent interview.
• Qualcomm Inc: Shares in Veoneer edged down after the auto tech firm stuck to its recommendation for Magna's bid after receiving an updated, non-binding offer from Qualcomm. The Swedish company has become an attractive takeover target as its expertise in making advanced driver assistance systems fits in the plan for both Qualcomm and Magna in cornering a share in a growing business. Qualcomm on Monday made a formal $37 per share bid for Veoneer in line with the offer announced last month and above Magna's original $31.25 per share offer. Despite the bigger price tag, Veoneer said its merger agreement with Magna remains "in full force and effect" and the company's board has not withdrawn its recommendation favouring a deal with Magna.
• Walmart Inc: Walmart said on Monday it was looking into how a fake press statement announcing a partnership with litecoin, which briefly led to near 30% gains in the cryptocurrency, was issued by news release distributor GlobeNewswire. The fake press release touting the acceptance of litecoin as online payment by the world's largest retailer led to a sudden spike in its prices, but the gains faded quickly after Walmart issued a statement saying the press release was fraudulent. "Walmart had no knowledge of the press release issued by GlobeNewswire and there is no truth to it. Walmart has no relationship with litecoin," a company spokesperson told Reuters. GlobeNewswire published a notice to "disregard" the news release and said it had put in place enhanced authentication steps to prevent a similar incident from occurring in the future.
As oil-well backlog shrinks, U.S. shale may upset investors and drill more
U.S. energy producers have cut so deeply into a once-large reserve of oil wells waiting to be turned on they soon may have to resume drilling to keep production from sagging, executives and analysts said.
• Amazon.com Inc: Evercore ISI raises target price to $4700 from $4200 based on their recent analysis into the company’s substantial fulfilment network expansion.
• Cisco Systems Inc: JPMorgan raises target price to $67 from $62 on expectation that at FAC 2021 the company will deliver medium-term targets for FY23-25, including mid-single-digit revenue growth, steady margin expansion and earnings growth faster than top-line growth.
• Fedex Corp: Evercore ISI cuts target price to $350 from $360 to reflect higher assumed labor costs (new ground capacity, peak and reliability investments).
• Olin Corp: Piper Sandler initiates coverage with overweight rating and target price of $70, saying the company is transforming the existing pricing paradigm for chlorine, caustic soda and a key epoxy raw material called epichlorohydrin by leveraging their position as the producer of the marginal ton.
ECONOMIC EVENTS (All timings in U.S. Eastern Time)
0830 (approx.) Core CPI mm, SA for Aug: Expected 0.3%; Prior 0.3%
0830 (approx.) Core CPI yy, NSA for Aug: Expected 4.2%; Prior 4.3%
0830 (approx.) CPI Index, NSA for Aug: Expected 273.798; Prior 273.003
0830 (approx.) Core CPI Index, SA for Aug: Prior 279.05
0830 (approx.) CPI mm, SA for Aug: Expected 0.4%; Prior 0.5%
0830 (approx.) CPI yy, NSA for Aug: Expected 5.3%; Prior 5.4%
0830 (approx.) Real weekly earnings mm for Aug: Prior -0.1%
0830 (approx.) CPI mm NSA for Aug: Prior 0.480%
0830 (approx.) CPI Index SA for Aug: Prior 272.260
0830 (approx.) CPI Wage Earner for Aug: Prior 267.789
1100 (approx.) Cleveland Fed CPI for Aug: Prior 0.3%
COMPANIES REPORTING RESULTS
No major S&P 500 companies are scheduled to report for the day.
CORPORATE EVENTS (All timings in U.S. Eastern Time)
0800 MYT Netherlands Parent BV: Q4 earnings conference call
0830 Core & Main Inc: Q2 earnings conference call
0900 Lydall Inc: Shareholders Meeting
0900 Soaring Eagle Acquisition Corp: Shareholders Meeting
0900 Take-Two Interactive Software Inc: Annual Shareholders Meeting
1000 Digital Turbine Inc: Annual Shareholders Meeting
1000 Fuelcell Energy Inc: Q3 earnings conference call
1000 Tpg Pace Tech Opportunities Corp: Shareholders Meeting
1030 Freedom Holding Corp: Annual Shareholders Meeting
1200 NortonLifeLock Inc: Annual Shareholders Meeting
1700 European Wax Center Inc: Q2 earnings conference call
1700 Lions Gate Entertainment Corp: Annual Shareholders Meeting
1700 Skillsoft Corp: Q2 earnings conference call
Altria Group Inc: Amount $0.90
American Homes 4 Rent: Amount $0.10
Ares Capital Corp: Amount $0.41
Atrion Corp: Amount $1.95
Bancorpsouth Bank: Amount $0.20
Belden Inc: Amount $0.05
Bonanza Creek Energy Inc: Amount $0.35
Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc: Amount $0.64
Chesapeake Utilities Corp: Amount $0.48
Coca-Cola Co: Amount $0.42
Comerica Inc: Amount $0.68
Community Bank System Inc: Amount $0.43
Conmed Corp: Amount $0.20
Crown Castle International Corp: Amount $1.33
CSG Systems International Inc: Amount $0.25
Domino's Pizza Inc: Amount $0.94
Eastman Chemical Co: Amount $0.69
Enterprise Financial Services Corp: Amount $0.19
Extra Space Storage Inc: Amount $1.25
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp: Amount $0.88
FS KKR Capital Corp: Amount $0.65
GATX Corp: Amount $0.50
Gilead Sciences Inc: Amount $0.71
Graphic Packaging Holding Co: Amount $0.07
Gray Television Inc: Amount $0.08
Hamilton Lane Inc: Amount $0.35
Hess Corp: Amount $0.25
Huntsman Corp: Amount $0.18
Installed Building Products Inc: Amount $0.30
Inter Parfums Inc: Amount $0.25
Iron Mountain Inc: Amount $0.61
KBR Inc: Amount $0.11
Leggett & Platt Inc: Amount $0.42
Leidos Holdings Inc: Amount $0.36
Macy's Inc: Amount $0.15
Maxar Technologies Inc: Amount $0.01
Merchants Bancorp: Amount $0.09
Merck & Co Inc: Amount $0.65
Motorola Solutions Inc: Amount $0.71
NewMarket Corp: Amount $2.10
News Corp: Amount $0.10
NorthWestern Corp: Amount $0.62
Oaktree Specialty Lending Corp: Amount $0.14
Old Republic International Corp: Amount $1.50
Ovintiv Inc: Amount $0.14
Owens & Minor Inc: Amount $0.00
Packaging Corp of America: Amount $1.00
Phillips Edison & Co Inc: Amount $0.08
Potlatchdeltic Corp: Amount $0.41
Prosperity Bancshares Inc: Amount $0.49
PS Business Parks Inc: Amount $1.05
Public Storage: Amount $2.00
Regency Centers Corp: Amount $0.59
Seacoast Banking Corporation of Florida: Amount $0.13
Service Corporation International: Amount $0.23
Simmons First National Corp: Amount $0.18
Sixth Street Specialty Lending Inc: Amount $0.41
Sonic Automotive Inc: Amount $0.12
State Auto Financial Corp: Amount $0.10
Stewart Information Services Corp: Amount $0.33
T Rowe Price Group Inc: Amount $1.08
Telephone and Data Systems Inc: Amount $0.17
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc: Amount $0.26
Travel + Leisure Co: Amount $0.30
UGI Corp: Amount $0.34
United Community Banks Inc: Amount $0.20
Urban Edge Properties: Amount $0.15
Valley National Bancorp: Amount $0.11
Vector Group Ltd: Amount $0.20
Verisk Analytics Inc: Amount $0.29
ViacomCBS Inc: Amount $0.24
W R Berkley Corp: Amount $0.13
Winnebago Industries Inc: Amount $0.18
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc: Amount $0.12
Worthington Industries Inc: Amount $0.28
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Inc: Amount $0.24
Xcel Energy Inc: Amount $0.45
|USA||USA: Ruwe Olievoorraden||16:30||-3,481M||-2,440M||-6,422M||Actueel: -3,481M Verwacht: -2,440M Vorige: -6,422M|
|USA||USA: Bestaande Huizenverkopen (Aug)||16:00||5,88M||5,89M||6,00M||Actueel: 5,88M Verwacht: 5,89M Vorige: 6,00M|
• Fed likely to open bond-buying 'taper' door, but hedge on outlook
The Federal Reserve is expected to clear the way for reductions to its monthly asset purchases later this year and show in updated projections whether higher-than-expected inflation or a resurgent coronavirus pandemic is weighing more on the economic outlook.
• Evergrande's domestic bond payment deal soothes fears, for now
China Evergrande Group's main unit said it negotiated a deal with bondholders to settle interest payments on a domestic bond, which helped calm fears of an imminent default that could unleash global financial chaos.
• JPMorgan faces oil bribery probe in Brazil
Brazilian authorities are investigating whether JPMorgan Chase played a role in an alleged bribery and money laundering scheme dating back to 2011 and involved state-run oil company Petrobras, according to documents reviewed by Reuters and two law enforcement sources.
• Facebook wraps up deals with Australian media firms, TV broadcaster SBS excluded
Facebook has told Australian publishers it has stopped negotiating licensing deals, an email to the industry seen by Reuters showed, a move which came just six months after the passing of a law designed to make tech giants pay for news content.
• Cheerios-owner General Mills beats quarterly sales estimates
General Mills reported better-than-expected first-quarter sales, as strong growth in its pet foods business cushioned a slowdown in demand for its cooking sauces and baking products.
BEFORE THE BELL
Wall Street futures were higher, mirroring European shares, as concerns over Evergrande eased after the company negotiated a domestic bond payment deal, with investors now shifting focus to Federal Reserve's policy decision scheduled later in the day. Asian equities mostly ended in the red. The dollar index and gold prices were little changed. Oil prices rose after industry data showed U.S. crude stocks fell more than expected last week.
STOCKS TO WATCH
• FedEx Corp: The U.S. delivery firm posted a 7% drop in quarterly profit and cut its full-year forecast on Tuesday, after labor shortages crimped earnings, slowed packages and drove up costs ahead of the all-important holiday peak season. FedEx said staffing problems resulted in a $450 million year-over-year increase in costs due to higher wage rates and overtime, increased spending on third-party transportation services and shipping hiccups. "The impact of constrained labor markets remains the biggest issue facing our business" and was a key driver for the first-quarter underperformance, FedEx Chief Operating Officer Raj Subramaniam said on a conference call with analysts. Seperately, Norway's $1.4 trillion sovereign wealth fund, said it will support FedEx CEO Fred Smith's $54 million pay package at a meeting of the logistics company's shareholders next week.
• General Mills Inc: The company reported better-than-expected first-quarter sales, as strong growth in its pet foods business cushioned a slowdown in demand for its cooking sauces and baking products. Purchases of pet food, such as General Mills' premium brand Blue Buffalo, have soared in the past year as stuck-at-home customers adopted cats and dogs to help ease the stress of the pandemic. On a reported basis, net sales in General Mills' pet foods division increased 25% to $488 million in the quarter.
In Other News
• Abbott Laboratories: The U.S. government has agreed to purchase rapid COVID-19 tests from Abbott and Celltrion to ship to nursing homes and other high risk populations as part of President Joe Biden's vaccinate or test plans, a senior administration official said on Tuesday. The federal government will purchase tests as needed and has agreed to spend up to $626 million in its agreement with Celltrion and $554.4 million in its deal with Abbott, the official said.
• Aurora Cannabis Inc: The company said on Tuesday it will shut down a facility in Edmonton, Alberta, adding to the woes of the cash-strapped Canadian pot producer which has been reeling under the impact of the pandemic since last year. The company said medical distribution from the Aurora Polaris facility that is being shut down will move to an adjacent factory called Aurora Sky, while manufacturing will move to its Aurora River factory in Ontario. "We aspire to be a leaner, more agile organization that keeps pace with our competition and is on a path to profitability," a spokesperson for the company said in an email statement. The company, however, did not disclose the number of employees that would be impacted by the move.
• Facebook Inc: The social media giant has told Australian publishers it has stopped negotiating licensing deals, an email to the industry seen by Reuters showed, a move which came just six months after the passing of a law designed to make tech giants pay for news content. While Facebook has announced deals with most of the country's largest news outlets, some companies including TV broadcaster SBS and smaller publishers have been left out in the cold, raising questions about the scope and effectiveness of the ground-breaking law.
• Incyte Corp: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved Incyte's cream Opzelura for treating inflammatory skin condition atopic dermatitis, commonly called eczema, in adolescents and adults with boxed warnings. The label for Opzelura carries the health regulator's JAK-class warning, flagging risks of serious infections, increased risk of heart attack, stroke or cardiac death.
• JPMorgan Chase & Co: Brazilian authorities are investigating whether JPMorgan played a role in an alleged bribery and money laundering scheme dating back to 2011 and involved state-run oil company Petrobras, according to documents reviewed by Reuters and two law enforcement sources. So far, police have focused their attention on purchases of roughly 300,000 barrels of Petrobras fuel oil by JPMorgan in 2011 according to the court documents and sources, who requested anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation. The documents, which were seen by Reuters, include email messages among alleged co-conspirators, witness testimony and bank records. The authorities are working to determine if the alleged bribery continued in subsequent years, the sources added.
• Macy's Inc: The retailer said on Tuesday it plans to hire about 76,000 full and part-time workers at its stores, call centers and warehouses ahead of this year's holiday season, indicating a return to pre-pandemic levels of hiring. The department store chain's push to hire more workers comes during a major labor crunch in the United States that has spurred retailers to raise wages to attract workers during the crucial end-of-year shopping period.
• Mastercard Inc: The company said on Tuesday Chairman Ajay Banga would retire on Dec. 31, nearly a year after he stepped down as the payment processor's chief executive. Mastercard said current lead independent director Merit Janow would be the non-executive independent chair and would assume her new role on Jan. 1, 2022. Janow, who joined the board in 2014, is also a dean and professor of international economic law and international affairs at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, the company said in a statement.
• McDonald's Corp: The restaurant chain said on Tuesday it will drastically cut the use of plastic in the more than 1 billion children's toys it sells globally each year by the end of 2025. The change involves swapping out a plastic figurine of Batman, for example, for one made with a dozen cardboard pieces that kids can put together themselves. More toys will also be made from recycled or plant-based plastics, McDonald's said. The changes will allow the Chicago-based company to cut its use of virgin fossil fuel-based plastic for Happy Meals by 90% compared with 2018.
JPMorgan's 2021 deal spree aims to fill the few holes left in its global operations
JPMorgan Chase has been on a boutique-business buying spree this year, acquiring or investing in around 30 companies since the start of 2021.
• Adobe Inc: JPMorgan raises price target to $680 from $660 after the company’s third-quarter revenue beat expectations.
• Autozone Inc: Credit Suisse raises price target to $1785 from $1660 after the company reported better than expected fourth-quarter results.
• Lennar Corp: Evercore ISI raises price target to $166 from $160 to reflect ongoing price growth, a net cost tailwind from lumber and greater leverage of field cost expenses in COGS.
• Sofi Technologies Inc: Jefferies starts coverage with buy rating; price target $25, saying the company’s "Flywheel" business model will continue to drive significant user growth, product adoption and margin expansion.
ECONOMIC EVENTS (All timings in U.S. Eastern Time)
1000 Existing home sales for Aug: Expected 5.89 mln; Prior 5.99 mln
1000 Existing home sales percentage change for Aug: Prior 2.0%
1400 (approx.) Fed funds target rate: Expected 0-0.25%; Prior 0-0.25%
1400 (approx.) Fed interest on excess reserves: Prior 0.15%
1400 (approx.) FFR projection-current for Q3: Prior 0.1%
1400 (approx.) FFR projection-1st year for Q3: Prior 0.1%
1400 (approx.) FFR projection-2nd year for Q3: Prior 0.6%
1400 (approx.) FFR projection-longer for Q3: Prior 2.5%
1400 (approx.) FFR projection-3rd year for Q3: Prior 0.1%
COMPANIES REPORTING RESULTS
No major S&P 500 companies are scheduled to report for the day.
CORPORATE EVENTS (All timings in U.S. Eastern Time)
0900 General Mills Inc: Q1 earnings conference call
0900 Scholastic Corp: Annual Shareholders Meeting
1000 Darden Restaurants Inc: Annual Shareholders Meeting
1700 KB Home: Q3 earnings conference call
Getty Realty Corp: Amount $0.39
Korn Ferry: Amount $0.12
Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp: Amount $0.54
Een poging tot herstel kwam er wel maar dat verloopt heel moeilijk, we merken dat het opkopen van een DIP niet meer vanzelf gaat zoals dat eerder wel het geval was. De AEX kon nog in de plus sluiten, 8 punten zelfs terwijl de DAX ruim 200 punten winst behaalde. Wall Street stond op dat moment nog ruim in de plus maar richting het slot zien we daar een negatief slot. Vandaag maar weer eens bekijken wat de markten gaan doen, de "Bear" bepaalt nog de regels van het spel, alle indices staan nu ver onder hun top.
Update woensdag 22 september:
Na de volatiele sessie van maandag zien we dat er een poging tot herstel op gang kwam, in Europa werd de winst vast gehouden maar op Wall Street werd de opleving snel weer verkocht. Sterker nog, we hebben op Wall Street een paar keer gemerkt dat de kopers er snel weer uit werden gedrukt want de indices hebben een paar keer tussen het slot van maandag en de top van de sessie bewogen.
De S&P 500 verloor uiteindelijk 0,1% lager terwijl de Dow Jones 0,15% moest inleveren. De Nasdaq won 0,2% lager terwijl de SOX index ook 0,2% hoger sluit. In Europa wat herstel dinsdag, de AEX geraakt 1% hoger terwijl de DAX 1,45% winst boekt, de CAC 40 won 1,5%.
De markt is de overwaardering aan het corrigeren, dat de DIPS niet meer worden opgekocht wil wat zeggen want dat waren we een lange tijd gewend geraakt, het is voor het eerst sinds lange tijd dat beleggers meer op hun tellen passen. Ook door dat er geen records meer komen helpt mee want dat zit er nu even niet meer in. Let wel, dat kan terugkomen maar dan zal er een stevige koopgolf moeten komen. Hoe verder de indices weg geraken van de topzone hoe moeilijker het gaat worden. Zelf blijf ik kalm en zoek wel naar mijn momentum om wat te doen.
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Via het zien we duidelijk dat alle indices nog in moeilijkheden blijven, de AEX en de DAX konden wat herstellen maar op Wall Street is dat moeilijker gezien de bodems nog binnen bereikt blijven. Van toppen spreken we niet eens meer, voor nu in ieder geval. Wat ook opvalt is dat de Dow Jones, de S&P 500 en de DAX ver onder hun 50-daags gemiddelde staan terwijl Nasdaq daar nu ook onder staat. De AEX en de SOX staan er nog net boven.
De Dow Jones blijft zwak want een poging tot herstel werd verkocht en dat al voor de zoveelste keer, de buy the DIP strategie blijkt niet meer te werken. We moeten alleen maar naar de grafiek kijken om dat bevestigt te zien, van de laatste 12 sessies sluiten er maar liefst 10 negatief, het is al lang geleden dat we nog zo'n fase kunnen vinden voor wat betreft de Dow Jones.
Steun nu eerst de 33.500-33.600 punten, later zien we snel het 200-daags gemiddelde uitkomen op 33.205 punten waar we ook de laatste belangrijke steunlijn zien nu. Opletten met de Dow Jones nu, de index zit in een neergaande beweging en dat kan nu doorzetten omdat beleggers toch meer angst vertonen. Let dus vooral op die 33.500 en de 33.200 punten als laatste houvast.
Weerstand nu eerst de 34.350 en de 34.500 punten, later de 34.750 en de 35.010 punten (50-MA) als weerstand.
De AEX herpakt zich sterk maar blijft ver onder de top die vorige week vrijdag uitkwam op 804,5 punten. Toch is en blijft het een moeilijke index met enkele behoorlijk zwaar wegende aandelen die het verloop bepalen. Zo wist Shell gisteren 3,5% hoger te geraken terwijl ook ASML 2% herstel liet zien, dat samen alleen zorgt al voor een goeie 6 AEX punten. De index blijft onder de 790 punten waar we de eerste weerstand zien, later weerstand rond de 795 en de top rond de 805 punten.
Steun nu eerst de 780 punten met daaronder vooral het 50-MA rond de 770,5 punten. Onder de 770 punten kan de index versnellen richting de volgende dubbele steunzone die we zien rond de 750-755 punten. Pas onder de 750 punten ligt de weg open richting nog lagere niveaus, dan zien we de 738-740 en de 720-722 punten als steun.
De DAX herpakt zich dinsdag maar zolang de index onder de 15.500 punten blijft dan moeten we rekening houden met een verdere daling die de bodem van maandag kan aanvallen. Voorlopig nog geen positieve verwachtingen, de index blijft zwak. We zijn benieuwd naar het verdere verloop de komende dagen.
Weerstand nu dus die 15.350 met daarboven vooral de 15.500-15.550 punten, steun nu de bodem van maandag rond de 15.000 punten. Onder de 15.000 punten komt het 200-MA snel in beeld en dat zien we rond de 14.920 punten uitkomen nu. Onder dat punt ligt er een behoorlijk gat omlaag, dan zien we rond de 14.500 punten pas weer steun. Even goed bekijken wat er kan worden gedaan met de DAX of andere indices.
De Nasdaq herpakt zich dan wel maar blijft dicht bij de eerste steunlijn, de index blijft wel onder het 50-daags gemiddelde en dat nu voor de 2e sessie op rij. De Nasdaq probeerde wel door te zetten omhoog maar door dat het niet lukt om de dip echt op te kopen blijft de druk omlaag groot.
Steun nog altijd de lijn onder de recente bodems rond de 14.700 punten, onder deze lijn ligt de weg open naar de volgende dubbele steun die nu uitkomt rond de 14.200-14.250 punten. Eerst dus die 14.675-14.700 punten als steun, daarna de 14.200-14.250 punten. Weerstand nu het 50-daags gemiddelde dat rond de 14.875 punten uitkomt, later rond de 15.000 punten weerstand.
Overzicht resultaat 2021 blijft goed:
Dinsdag (21 september) heb ik in na wat posities te hebben opgenomen opnieuw winst kunnen nemen. We zitten zonder posities nu maar ik verwacht nieuwe mogelijkheden om op te anticiperen bij een rebound van de markt want die komen er altijd wel. Om mee te doen kan dat nu via de nieuwe aanbieding tot 1 december. Deze maand en dit jaar staan we in ieder geval op een mooie winst en dat in een moeilijke markt. Wat ik doe is vooral tijd nemen en de rust bewaren, er komen dus weer nieuwe en vooral mooie kansen aan.
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