November 27, 2022

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Het valt reuze mee voorbeurs en er is veel en verrassend nieuws

It wasn’t that bad before the show and there’s a lot of surprising news

Once not fall after a beautiful day hike? It seems so now. The United States, in particular, is struggling, although the dollar is losing something. AEX is +0.8% after a nice ride on Wall Street.

  • All European futures contracts open at 1%
  • Americans do it even with one before the comma
  • In Asia, everything turns green with one before the comma, except for China, which does nothing
  • Volatility (CBOE VIX Index) is -1.2% at 31.4
  • The dollar fell 0.1 percent to 0.9845
  • Gold and oil are up a few tenths and cryptocurrencies are pretty flat

Interest rates are dropping slightly, no UK opening rate yet:

Networks give this guy credit for his ascent, even those in New York:

Here you can see the British Pound (GBP/USD in orange) and the UK’s 10-year yield over the past month. The cold may go away for a while, but no more than that.

Flirting with Tenner CM.com has Q3s and reports a disappointing turnover development. The company says it comes at the lower end of the 300 to 315 million euro outbound bandwidth. The consensus was 315 million euros. However, our analyst Niels Koerts assumes €285 million for 2022 (it was €300 million).

Tell me how this goes down and how much this is or isn’t priced, but CM.com is lucky that the broad market is in good shape.

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It would be nice if AEX could maintain or even expand profits today, but there’s still a long, long way to go. Especially with the interest rate (ten years) (purple).

This also applies to the future TTF for gas, but the fall is declining:

News, tips and short agenda

The most important ABM Financial news since the Amsterdam closed yesterday.

  • 08:04 AEX expected higher opening
  • Deutsche Bank lowers target price for ready-to-eat food
  • 07:39 Roche sees an increase in business volumes
  • 07:33 CM.com revenue growth soars
  • 07:14 Arkadis working on the wall of the Europahavn quay
  • 07:13 Jefferies puts Philips on sale list
  • 06:56 European shares are expected to open significantly higher
  • 06:46 China postpones the numbers
  • 06:34 Stock Exchange Agenda: Macroeconomics
  • 06:33 Exhibition agenda: Dutch companies
  • 06:33 Exhibition Agenda: Foreign Funds
  • October 17 stock update: AEX on Wall Street
  • October 17 Wall Street closed higher
  • The price of oil closed on October 17 lower
  • October 17 Beursblik: Netflix may be able to stop streaming subscribers
  • October 17 Lufthansa raises profit forecast
  • October 17 Wall Street heads for a higher close
  • October 17, European shares closed higher

Analyst tip:

  • Just Eat Takeaway: up to €42 from €50 (purchase) – Deutsche Bank
  • Philips: Poor performance from waiting to €11.40 from €22 – Jefferies

AFM reports this shorts:

Here Besi two days before the Q3 numbers:

Not shocked by the many PostNL changes?

The big-name agenda (does Netflix still fall under that?) and German economic sentiment right now:

07:00 CM.com – Third Quarter Numbers

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07:00 Roche – 3rd Quarter Figures (Zoe)
13:00 Goldman Sachs – US Q3 numbers
13:00 Johnson & Johnson – US Q3 numbers
13:00 Lockheed Martin – American personalities in the third quarter
22:00 Netflix – Q3 numbers (US)

11:00 ZEW Economic Index (Germany)
15:15 Industrial Production – September (US)
16:00 Home Builders Trust – October (US)

There’s more to say about the agenda:

A series of numbers are planned, including GDP for the third quarter:

This is Netflix and this sounds really terrible, although the first hour assholes still make a huge profit:

I doubt if the people from the first hour were still on board. If you look logarithmically, the decline this year is not the first for the fund:

then this

Up and down and back and forth, but the trend is still down:

No official press release, but a quote and Microsoft rose +1.0% on 10% of daily after-market volume:

A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed Monday that the company has laid off additional workers as the software maker’s revenue is expected to slow, thanks to weak sales of Windows PC licenses.

we will see:

Interpretation of the Chinese President’s speech on Sunday:

More from China:

Then light your stove with this:

a tour:

with these:

Uh:

Enjoy and good luck today.

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