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Kevin is a master of politics

In my circel of friends I have a guy who qualifies as some sort of part-time-Kevin. Most of the times he is a normal guy, but sometimes he stuns us with his stupidity.
Some background information: I know Kevin from secondary school (Realschule in germany), so about for 12 years now and he is the only one from this original group of friends who never went to university or cared about higher education and is working in a dead-end-job in finances. Most of our commen friends work has to do with politics in one way or another so our conversations often revolve around current political events and of course Kevin always wants to participate in those conversations. The problem: Kevin never read a news paper or even watched the evening news, he is completly unaware of current issues and his most used sources are facebookposts and the headlines of newsstories (not the story itself, he literally just reads the headline and thinks he knows everthing you need to know).

Kevin once got enraged by the fake news. We were driving to the airport and since it was rush hour I was busy driving, while he waffeled something about the evil media. At some point he started to tell me about one of our commen friends (he didn't mention the name, since he wanted to protect his identity) works for the ZDF (Second german TV, a public service broadcaster with one of the biggest newscasts in germany) who had told him that the german goverment and the CIA are in controll of the News and propably the the Zionist also. At this point I looked him dead in the eyes (the first time I didn't look at the road) and said: "Kevin you realized that I work for the ZDF?" (Also I am the only journalist in our circel of friends so he couldn't have meant anybody else). He needed some time to process the information, muffeled something about: "Yeah I know" and went silent for the rest of the journey. He often ends a conversation or discussion with "Yeah I know" and often tries to convince people he just fooled you or played a prank on you.

For a few weeks Kevin became a climate chance denier (for two weeks). The climax of climate change denying was at the evening of a birthdayparty we were both invited to, so we drove together. This time he drove the car so I was actually able to listen to his thesis about how climate change was a hoax constructed by the solar power industry to kill of the german economy (I calmly explained to him, that he was talking nonsense) and then we decided to stop for a quick snack since both of us haven't eaten anything and drinking on a empty stomach is not a good idea. So we stopped at a local turkish kebap-shop and Kevin started again with his climate theories. First relativly harmless with his theorie, that all the climat scientist just forgot to calculate the sun and water into their equations, but then started to talk about how Merkel orchestrated the climat lie to give "Braunen Muselfickern" (roughly translated to brown muslim fuckers, but I cant really translate the racial slure) an excuse to come to germany. He said this infront of the turkish shopkeeper, who refused to serve him after this. Kevins explanation was: "The guy is probably a racist, who doesn't serve germans", despite the fact I was served and I look as german as you can (pale, blue eyes, blonde).

Monday after the party he send me a bunch of articels with the message: "Read and learn ;)". At first glance the articels seemed like the normal climaet change denying stuff, but I was stuck in a train on my way to work so I looked a bit closer at them and it turned out, those articels are designed to catfish climate change deniers into reading them and then convince them, that climate change is a real threat. I just texted him back, if he even had read the articels and he confidently answered that he literally had studied the articels and is now even more convinced that climate change is a hoax. When I confronted him with the actual content of the articels he just replied: "Yeah I know, it was just a prank.". After this he became a strong advocant for environmental protection and denies that he ever denied climate change.

Two years ago we went to a local minigolf course, because we were bored and one of us suggested we could go there because they have cheap beer there and a lake is right next door. When we arrived Kevin started to get a bit grumpy and didn't want to play minigolf anymore since it is a game for little children (because children are also mini, so minigolf must be only for kids) and he felt embarresed by us, because we played a childrens game. After some minuts of convincing him he finally gave in and played along. Well he slurped along and fucked around on every course to show us how boring the hole thing was, he also drank like one beer (0.5 liters) per course and was wasted when we reached the 11th hole out of 18. He then proceeded to call some other friends and loudly proclaimed how boring everthing was and that we were so embarassing since we played a game for babies (at one point he called one of his friends a pedophile, well he screamed it, because he assumed he probably wanted to pick up little grils with his minigolfskills for his "minipenis" - What a pun). After we were done, everbody had enjoyed the evening, besides his constant drunken nagging, the folks he called met us, because we wanted to drink a few cold ones at the beach. One of them asked why we even went to the minigolf course and whos idea it was, since Kevin hated it so much. Well....it was Kevins idea and he was quiet eager to get minigolfing until we arrived.

Since he is working in finances as an accountant he is very confident in his knowledge of the market, so he started to buy shares of big companies. Two of those companies where the Deutsche Bank und Comerzbank, both huge banks in germany with a history of violations of german, european and international laws and at this time in huge problems with the Law (Panamapapers and Cum-Ex-Scandels) and Kevin thought it would be good idea to buy these shares befor the investigations were over. Some friends studied economics and BWL (also work in the financesector, but in waaaay better jobs than him) and repeatedly warned him not to buy shares befor the investigations were over, but Kevin didn't listen. He never spoke about the loss he made and gets really defensiv if you ask him about his shareholds, but a friend suggested Kevin had a total loss of around 5k. (He also bought Bitcoins a few days befor the crash, despite numerous warnings).

Of course Kevin is quiet the hit with the ladies. He is not bad looking, not at all and the guy is really fit, afterall he is a seasoned climber who climbes over 7000 meters (for real, this is not some sort of from him boastfulness), but oh boy, his social skills are kind of, well, lacking. He is somewhat of a niceguy-kevin, so most girls are not really eager to go home with him. On the birthdayparty of his twinsister he flirted with some other girls from his sisters handball team. So I was not present at this party, since his sister and I don't get along, but another friend was present, who presented us with Kevins hottest moves. First he talked to some of the handball-girls until he exclaimed "I like handball, but not women handball. It is to effeminate and the only good thing about it is, that I can see their pussies.". Needless to say that the chat ended there. After this he talked to another girl and appearently it went quiet well until he offered her a drink in exchange for a blowjob. The girl was either disturbed or thought it was a bad joke, since drinks were free and Kevin was a bit drunk at this point, but after she declined this generous offer he called her a fucking slut and spilled his drink over her. His sister threw him out after this and he lost his smartphone on the way home. Something that occures regulary. This is also the reason why he only owns >100€ phones, because he lost most of them in a matter of weeks.

Kevin loves motorcycles! He is not allowed to drive one, since he never got the required licence you need in germany, but this fact never stopped him from buying one. Kevin had the briliant idea to buy a broken bike and restore it himself, since he tought it would be cheaper, the problem is that he knows jackshit about engines and no one of his friends (including me) could help him either since nobody knows much about this stuff. He tried to hire someone to repair the bike, but it was to expensiv, so he decided to leave the thing to rot in the garage. But Kevin would not be Kevin if he would have just recognize his mistake and try to resell it or something like that, no, no. no. He bought a second bike, which was also broken! Now he has two broken motorbikes and can't park his car in the garage anymore. He constantly tries to sell them to one of us, with little to no success.

My favorit story is the one when he actually joined a political party and helped them campaigning in our local community. A few months befor the generall elections in germany 2017 he joined the AfD (alternativ for germany, an alt-right party), something no one was really happy about, but okay and claimed he had donated around 2000€ to the party. Since we live in the same community and he was responsible to hang the election campaign posters and since he knew I am a huge opponent to the goals of this party he thought it would be hilarous to put all the posters nearby my house (I literally woke up and opend my window and was greeted by 2 AfD-Posters). So for the hole month until the elections I had to look at those posters and couldn't really do anything about them, since removing electioncampaigne posters would be illegal, but Kevin didn't bother to remove the posters after the election was over. In germany election posters are only allowed at a certain time befor and after an election, otherwise it is illegal and the local party has to pay a fine. Since Kevin didn't remove them and nobody else felt responsible for the total of six elections posters around my house I called the local authorities and they removed the posters (3 months after the election) and the party was fined with 6.000€ (appearently the costs of removing the posters by local community employees). I mock Kevin to this day, that his party donations where probably used to pay off the fine, that he caused. After this he tried to convince us that he actually never joined the party, had nothing to do with the electionposters and of course never donated any money to a party. The fact he proudly had shown us the check with the donation and I was present when he had put up the elections posters didn't change his new narretiv.

This post does not include most of the batshit stuff he did when he was actually drunk, but I need to continue working for our zionist reptilian Overlord CIA-Director Merkel or whatever people think those days. Maybe I will write down other stuff Kevin did, if there is demand for it.

Edit: Thanks for the spelling corrections, I corrected most of the mistakes.
Part II: Kevin is a master of day to day life www.reddit.com/StoriesAboutKevin/comments/c6xeuq/kevin_is_a_master_of_day_to_day_life_vol_ii/
Part III: Kevin is a master of alcohol consumption: www.reddit.com/StoriesAboutKevin/comments/ca9tmkevin_is_a_master_of_alcohol_consumption_vol_iii/
Part IV: Kevin is a master of puberty: www.reddit.com/StoriesAboutKevin/comments/ch7hdz/kevin_is_a_master_of_puberty_vol_iv/
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Deutsche Bank: Fiat Payments Will Be Outdated In 2030

Deutsche Bank: Fiat Payments Will Be Outdated In 2030

In Ten Years The Total Number Of Blockchain Wallets Will Surpass 200 Million
One of the most influential banks in Europe, the German Deutsche Bank AG (DB), published a report from its research team, boldly dubbed “Imagine 2030”. Тhe 84-page magazine-styled research paper covers various topics, such as Europe’s fall behind other economies, the end of fiat money, as well as for cryptocurrencies as the 21st-century cash.
The magazine implies that factors, holding the traditional fiat monetary system since the end of the U.S. Dollar gold-backing in the seventies, are becoming weaker and weaker. Indeed, the de-linking fiat national currencies from precious commodities backing is the core of Deutsche Bank’s arguments. The Bretton Woods monetary system backed every unit of currency with physical gold and/or other sterling metals.
However, the fact the new fiat monetary system does not have any form of backing leads to problems like currency dependency and inflation. Governments can now print as much money they need to sustain their economies, thus creating even more significant inflation. According to the report, society has rarely felt inflation as they felt it in the seventies and eighties. In the 50 years the fiat monetary regime roams around the world, “a fortuitous set of global factors still hold the financial system alive, not governments. The factors created strong market disinflationary forces, which act on global markets around the clock.”
Central banks, on the other hand, remain calm and even cut interest rates to push out more money on the market. The European Central Bank (ECB), for example, announced on December 12th, 2019 that their interest rates would likely stay the same or lower. ECB considers this rate to be 2% - the same as the recorded inflation in both the United States and Europe.
Deutsche Bank’s research team also noted the global shift towards cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technologies (DLTs). With China altering its stance on cryptocurrencies and preparing to launch a digital yuan, the world’s largest economy may become the first global force to shift the paradigm of traditional finance. India also prepares for a shift towards the crypto sector, as recently Indian government panel pitched the idea of implementing an official digital currency, which would be regulated by the Reserve Bank of India.
On the consumer side, Deutsche Bank noticed digital payments became a preferred way for consumer shopping. More and more retailers include online payments, virtual POS stations, and even crypto wallets. The research paper shows over 60% of the total number of consumers prefer to interact and shop with a dematerialized form of cash instead of sticking to the traditional fiat workflow.
Deutsche Bank also saw an increase of blockchain wallets created, meaning continuing adoption of cryptocurrencies and the technology beneath them. In 2019, DB recorded around 75 million total blockchain wallets. The research predicts the total amount of wallets to surpass 100 million by 2022 and over 200 million in 2030. Internet users are exponentially increasing too, with an estimate of 2,5 billion people would use the Internet.
The future of cryptocurrencies, however, “lies within strong alliances with key stakeholders, such as Google Pay, AliPay, Visa, Amazon, and so on.” DB concluded that in the decade ahead, the birth of a new super-crypto, like Bitcoin, is likewise to happen, and government-issued digital currencies are the way to go for countries with strong banking sectors, such as Germany, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland.
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Current State & The Future Of Digital Assets From Ariel Ling, BitMax COO.

Current State & The Future Of Digital Assets From Ariel Ling, BitMax COO.
Ariel Ling, co-founder and COO of BitMax, has shared her thoughts on the current state of digital assets and what to expect in the next years, what retail investor should take into account when buying any cryptocurrencie and the key factors that drive the value of the token/coin.
Ariel Ling, BitMax COO
Why, when and how have you started your crypto journey?
I started my crypto journey at the beginning of 2018 when my long-time friend, the co-founder and CEO of BitMax.io, Dr. George Cao “pulled” me out of the traditional Wall Street and asked me to join him in launching this exciting venture. Three main drivers are 1) to learn more about blockchain technology and its transformational applications in different industries; 2) to leverage in-depth traditional finance expertise to improve overall crypto trading and exchange market structure for better efficiency and transparency; 3) to have a chance to work with a talented and driven team who share similar vision, passion and conviction to build a top global digital asset trading platform as well as a wonderful organization from good to great!
If your friend will ask you: should I consider cryptocurrencies as investment opportunity? What will be your answer? Will you recommend any specific digital asset?
Coming from traditional finance perspective, I would explain my thoughts process from three angles — 1) types of crypto or digital assets as the foundation for understanding; 2) whether they, are more for short-term trading or mid-term investment 2) what are elements for investment valuation and decision-making so our friends can assess and make decision for themselves.
First, in general there are three types of digital assets:
  • Major currency / coin-type like Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, Litecoin, etc. and stable coins;
  • Security-type tokens representing some equity or debt rights of underlying projects;
  • Utility tokens for usage on specific blockchain platform or network.
Each type represents different type of opportunity and risk.
Second: is digital asset good for trading or investment? due to the nascent nature and very short history of market development with most of retail investors’ participation and lack of proper regulatory framework globally, there are quite some market manipulation, speculation and fraud activities in the current market, causing significant volatility and investors loss across all types within very short period of time. This made it very hard for any investors to assess the real valuation and momentum drivers behind those large swings. So at this point, I would think with its high volatility and risk, digital asset in general is more of very short-term trading product than investment vehicle. From liquidity perspective, major currency/coin-type will have more market depth across exchanges, hence more suitable for short-term trading-focused strategies.
Third, from traditional investment perspective, it is critical to assess digital asset investing from valuation and fundamental perspectives, such as business model, future growth, economic return vs. person’s risk tolerance and investment objectives. For major coins, especially Bitcoin itself with its longest history among all the digital assets, have started to provide certain payment function similar to fiat currencies in certain countries. Hence, there are more interesting dynamics to the Bitcoin investing based on one’s view of Bitcoin usage over mid-term horizon and the relative valuation vs its production (mining cost) especially with the price down to 3,500–3,650 USD. For security-type or utility tokens, the performance over short-to-medium term really comes down to combination of intrinsic value of underlying blockchain projects and token economics. Similar to Internet in 1990s, blockchain technology projects are still at the early stage of development and looking for meaningful and applicable use cases to bring real economic benefit from the economics and business model perspective, so it becomes very difficult to apply traditional finance valuation and assess the real intrinsic value of those projects. Recent market crash has brought many of those tokens down to near zero value. So the investment in those tokens are extremely high risk and everyone should be really careful and prudent in the evaluation of any specific projects for the decision-making and risk protection.
What is the story behind BitMax? Who are the foundefounders? When it was founded?
Q1 2018, Dr. George Cao and I founded Global Digital Mercantile (GDM), global operator of digital asset platforms, including BitMax.io based on Singapore for overseas markets and North America’s trading platform aiming for the first half of 2019. BitMax.io started public beta testing mid July, 2018, and was officially launched later mid August. On November 18th , we launched our mining mechanism, the industry very first transaction-mining & reverse-mining mechanism, which has made us the industry leading third-generation cryptocurrency exchange — after first generation of traditional exchanges like Binance, Gemini, Coinbase, etc. and 2nd generation of transaction-mining ones like FCoin, Bitthumb, etc.
Just a quick introduction of my partner. Dr. Cao studied Computer Science in the University of Science and Technology of China, and earned his PhD degree from the University of Chicago. Dr. Cao was the Founder and the Chief Investment Officer of Delpha Capital Management, LLC., New York, specializing in trading equity, ETFs and commodity future products in all major exchanges across the globe. He is also the founder and managing partner of Whitestone Investment Group, a New York based venture fund that invests in a large variety of startup companies that are in the high tech, fintech, big data and medical area. Before founding Delpha Capital, Mr. Cao worked at the Equity Division of Barclays Capital in both the New York and London offices. During that period, he oversaw equity electronic trading in the U.S., European and Asian markets. Prior to Barclays, he researched and traded U.S. equity as a Portfolio Manager at Knight Capital Group.
For me, I have built more than 18-year extensive experience in strategic planning, business development, financial risk management and regulatory implementation across major trading asset classes (Equity, FX, and Fixed Income) at several top global banks. Previous to jumping into digital asset trading, I ran USD liquidity and investment product for top financial institutions and corporate clients at tier-one global investment bank. Before that, I ran US Broker Dealer as COO and head of Business Development for Germany 2nd largest bank. Earlier from 2007 to 2012, I was global equity trading COO across Lehman Brothers and Barclays Capital, building out trading franchise and market making businesses globally. I have four degrees — graduated top of class from Nankai University with two Bachelor degrees in Finance and English Literature and got my MBA from NYU and Master of Mass Communication from University of Georgia.
Where is Bitmax located? Are you a distributed team or do you have an office to work together? How many people work for Bitmax?
Our global team of 50 members are based off two main location — New York with 20 members, including all the founding members, and Beijing with 30 members.
Would you be so kind to introduce briefly the core team members?
Both George and I are very proud of our 10-member founding team. Similar to us, they are all from Wall Street top firms like Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Bloomberg, and top high-frequency hedge funds with deep experience in the fields of financial engineering research and development of large-scale quant trading infrastructure. Our educational background span across multiple prestigious institutions including Columbia University, University of Chicago, Carnegie Mellon University, and New York University in the United States, as well as Peking University and Tsinghua University in China. So one special thing about BitMax.io is that very few exchanges in the crypto trading space are built by solid team like ours with strong traditional finance mindset and trading background.
You’ve started BitMax during market downtrend in pretty competitive environment. What is your value proposition? Why traders should switch to BitMax?
I think BitMax.io is actually very special in this market, and our team is very proud of what we have built in the short period of six months. There are at least three reasons I think traders should chooseBitMax.io:
  • It’s our real-word professional trading experience and expertise;
  • It’s is our platform, resilient, high volume quantitative-trading platform;
  • It’s is our top-quality customer-centric strategy.
First of all, as I mentioned in the last question, architected by a group of Wall Street veterans, BitMax.io builds upon the core value of blockchain, transparency and reliability, and delivers high-quality client services and trading experience through its innovative trading platform.
Second, our quant-driven tech platform. Our development members were all from high frequency and quantitative systematic trading shops. They definitely make sure the platform was resilient and it can actually handle billions of volume during the design and build. The platform resilience and scalability were fully being tested when we launched the transaction mining and reverse-mining. The first day, we actually had, within the first 24 hours, the trading volume of 1.6 billion in notional; and our system didn’t flinch, didn’t slow down, and didn’t shut down. This is very rare in any of today’s exchanges where you can frequently see the slowdown, the crash, and very slow user responses, especially with transaction mining exchanges.
Third, what we are extremely proud of and all the users can see, is our 24/7 customer services built upon the core Wall Street client-centric concept. Besides our customer support team who never sleep, George actually stands behind the platform almost 24/7 answering questions from the customers, seeking solutions for their issues, and providing the most responsive customer service for the entire crypto trading space.
BitMax CEO, George Cao, is often seen in official Telegram group answering different questions.
We constantly remind our team: customer first. When we design a product, when we launch a system, and when we look at user needs, we all look from customers’ perspective, from how we can protect the users. When we look at primary listing, we only select the high-quality projects because we want our users to have the best investment and trading experience on BitMax.io.
Are you satisfied with the current results of BitMax? Is transaction mining model giving expected volume? What is the % of traders using this model?
We are very pleased with current business development and delivery results from client acquisition and trading perspectives.
On the business development side, we completed the global setup for both 50-member team organization and comprehensive legal entity structure from Asia to North Americas in 2018, which laid down foundation and paved way for 2019 business expansion especially with US.
Since our platform launch in mid Aug, we successfully started Industry FIRST transaction mining and reverse-mining exchange and built out the most active global communities and users within four months in the bear market, with registered users more than 95k; average daily active traders more than quadrupled since the start of transaction mining; average daily trading volume of $465mm through the month of January and February in 2019. Those are extremely promising under this tough market condition.
From the composition of trading volumes, there are two parts — transaction mining which grows exponentially; second is organic, the regular trading which has experienced healthy increase as well because of all the listing activities and all the incentives we have. The regular trading takes about 5% of total trading volume, which is very good for an exchange which was launched in August and running right into the bear market.
What are the key factors that drive the value of the token/coin?
From traditional finance /investment view token economics is really a balance act between business / economic model and exchange market force, driven by three factors: intrinsic value and sustainability, supply and demand, and liquidity and depth.
First, from a traditional finance perspective, we need to look at the intrinsic value, the economic valuation behind a project. How does this project make money? Do they really have fundamentals? Do they really have a viable business model? Do they really have a solid user base for future growth? For example, our exchange business model is very simple. We are exchange; People trade on our platform. The more they trade, the more transaction fee the exchange collect — the revenue source. The exchange will last when people keep trading on the platform and the transaction revenue generated covers the operating cost of running an exchange.
Second, it is the supply and demand of token on the market — who will buy and for what purpose; who will sell and under what scenarios. For major currency coins like Bitcoin, people might buy and sell for potential investment or use in actual payment processing. For other types of token, it is more driven by short-term trading pattern and profit taking. So it is extremely important to set up certain token mechanism to support the equilibrium of supply and demand like how Central Banks manage the supply of currency in circulation through monetary policies.
Third, when the market force comes in, it comes down to the liquidity and depth. Exchange is about liquidity and market depth. That means there has to be enough of trading volumes at each pricing level for each token. For BitMax.io, we have very sophisticated market making model that is similar to Designated Market Maker model of New York Stock Exchange. We focus on providing liquidity and maintaining a fair and orderly market for those token listings who agree to engage our market making services.
Every exchange is looking for good projects in order to become a premiere market for this new asset. Can you name some projects that impressed you recently (even if you are not discussing possible listing with them)?
BitMax.io has strict listing requirements in order to identify high-quality projects for our users. Very proud that we have listed five industry star projects in the last several weeks, with more in the pipeline. All of them have the following attributes that made them successful — viable and profitable business model, growing user bases, strong community support, and comprehensive funding sources.
One of the shining examples is European project named LTO Network listed mid Jan. Its price has been steadily rising since then, as more and more people get to know their business model and more project support comes into the market place to buy the tokens — It uses blockchain technology to streamline a lot of legal processing for one of EU governments, which is very easy to understand its economic value from a revenue perspective. This is simply what people need to see eventually, clean and clear from business economic model perspective.
Let’s imagine a crypto market in 5 or 10 years. Can you make any prediction what the market will look like? What customers will expect from exchange in 5–10 years?
Based off my long-time experience in traditional trading, especially how equity market evolved last twenty years, I would imagine maturing market structure and entrance of institutional investors are key mandatory and healthy development of digital asset market.
First, As the market develops and expands globally, traditional institution participation is a must, in order to upgrade and strengthen the overall market structure and maturity, making it more transparent and resilient, and most importantly enabling the real broad-base adoption of digital assets. Most institutional investors, such as mutual fund, pension fund and other financial institutions, hold the majority of world investment assets, not individual retail investors. Only when those big guys join the market, will there be real revolutionary improvement and expansion of the digital asset just like any other financial markets.
Second, I would expect the market to become more structured with major building blocks for transparent trade life cycle processing and separate risk analytics supporting services. Current crypto trading market is very fragmented with exchanges taking on different roles of trading, wallet management, custodian, etc. Also the lack of clear and consistence regulation on market structure has led to many aspects of market inefficiency — inconsistent liquidity and depth, wide spread, high transaction cost, high volatility, speculation, etc. This definitely hampers the broader adoption of digital assets from institutional investors.
Forward looking, multi-tier structure under some level of regulatory framework with clear guidance is required for future maturing market. Similar to security market, there should be at least three layers of different and independent roles: the role of broker dealer to handle the client relationship with good KYC/ AML processes, retail clients, other financial institutions, blockchain players and to take client order as agent or dealer; the role of exchange to focus on listing and trading — liquidity provision and order matching; the role of clearing house to provide clearing and settlement and custodian on custody of assets with proper control and independence. It is very clean and clear with good check and balance in place.
What are the key challenges for 2019?
During our 2018 business planning, we clearly view 2019 to continue being full of challenges with market uncertainty from both asset price and valuation as well as regulatory development globally. In prep for that and further growth of our platform, we have laid out the following four main strategic objectives and they are all well underway:
  • To launch North America trading platform for high networth and institutional clients. With North America being heavily regulated market, there are two aspects of our plan — First is to leverage a trust structure to facilitate the major coin trading with fiat, and the second is broker-dealer license application with potential for securitized tokens pending regulatory guidance in place.
  • To enhance BitMax.io platform and reach global top-tier exchange. We will continue listening to our users and working hard to enhance user interface and experience by upgrading website vs. other competitors for better client retention.We will continue leading product innovation among the competitors with margin trading (successfully launched in mid Feb) and then derivative to attract new clients.
  • Relent focus on implementation and expansion of current business lines — listing, Market Making, marketing advisory services to grow current revenue base; and further seek new revenue opportunity through North America platform while maintaining cost discipline.
  • we are always on the lookout in terms of exchange alignments, acquisition target, and any business partnership from different aspects of the value chain.
When do you expect a market recovery or next bull run? What are the factors that will influence the start of the market recovery?
With current market crash or correction, there are two possibilities from trading perspective — recovery depending on whether this is a V down or U curve. The U curve occurs when the market collapses, it takes a longer time for market to find the bottom and struggle to rise up. The V down is like a quick collapse — dropping down very fast and reaching the bottom, and then, with some catalyst event, either catalyst from market structure, or catalyst from the market expansion itself, suddenly it gives a boost and bounces right back up.
For market recovery, besides all the investment and economics elements I’ve discussed above, I believe one critical factor is the regulatory development especially clear guidance from key regulatory bodies of those major financial markets such as US, UK, EU, etc. on those key building blocks I mentioned in the maturing market structure. Once those in place, more traditional institutional investors will be ready to get in and hence boost the liquidity and valuation of the digital assets. That is the new beginning of digital assets being accepted as part of Main Street investment globally.

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Ariel Ling, COO of BitMax.io (BTMX.com) Exchange, Shared Insights of Crypto Industry (Part I)

Ariel Ling, as the co-founder and COO of BitMax.io (BTMX.com), was invited to the interview by Fred Schebesta, the CEO of Crypto Finder (Finder.com). Ariel has 18-year progressive executive experience in strategic planning, business development, budgeting and financial analysis risk management, regulatory program implementation, and process improvement for operational efficiency. She has an in-depth understanding of capital market products (stocks, fixed income, foreign exchange) in financial services and the development of international banking strategic trends (M&A, market structure, regulatory reforms and their impact). Her lustrous career on Wall Street made this interview a popular link on YouTube.
(Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBYK-w2uxWc)
F: Welcome Ariel
A: Thank you for having me.
F: A quick background that you guys can understand a long history of Wall Street. Ariel is the former American Head of the Liquidity and Investment Products of Deutsche Bank. She has a very lustrous career on Wall Street, and she is now the COO of BitMax.io exchange, a crypto-to-crypto exchange that serves non-US oversea users. Ariel, you guys had a successful token sale. And BitMax.io offers primary listing of tokens, market making for these tokens, mining of the native token, and obviously some investment products. Do you want to tell us a little about what you see at BitMax.io and what’s special about it?
A: I think BitMax.io is actually very special in this market, and our team is very proud of what we have built. First, as you mentioned, the 10 founding team members are all from Wall Street background. My partner, Dr. George Cao, and I, both of us are from a heavily equity trading environment. And my team, they are all quant team from buy-side and sell-side of the traditional finance. So one special thing about BitMax is that you could find very few exchanges in the crypto space that is built by the team with very much wall street mindset and trading background. That lends itself to the second point that is very unique about us, our technology platform. It is very much quant-driven. Because the guys were all from high frequency and quantitative systematic trading shops, when we designed the platform, we were really trying to make sure the platform was resilient and it can actually handle billions of volume, which actually came true when we launched the transaction mining. The first day, we actually had, within the first 24 hours, the trading volume of1.6 billion in notional; and our system didn’t flinch, didn’t slow down, and didn’t shut down. This is very rare in any of today’s exchanges where you can frequently see the slowdown, the crash, and very bad user responses, especially with transaction mining exchange. Number three is what we are extremely proud of and all the users can see, the customer services. When people think about crypto exchanges, they think about, oh my god, either computers, or just “digital” or “binary”, right? But for us, customer service is really important. This is again, one main thing from Wall Street, all about the customer centric. So George, the CEO of this organization, actually stands behind the platform — almost 24*7 answering questions from the customers, seeking solutions for their issues, and basically being the best customer service for the entire crypto space. There was an article about him in Chinese with the title of that article of “the best customer service CEO”. That is also what he actually tells all of the team members, customer first. When you design a product, when you launch a system, and when you look at user needs, you look from their perspective, from how we can protect the users. When we look at primary listing, we only look after the high-quality projects because we want our users to have the best investment and trading experience. So №3 is absolutely the high quality customer service. So №1 it’s our background, our educational and professional experience; №2 is really our platform, resilient, high volume quantitative platform; and №3 is really about the quality customer-centric strategy.
F: Cool. Now it’s brutal market right now. Liqui Exchange in Ukraine just closed down. OKEx just removed 30 markets due to low liquidity. Now I guess the question is you guys have an interesting composition of your market and volume. Can you tell us about this mining and organic volume? Can you talk us through that?
A: Yes sure. I think this is tough market, and then, my background is actually a lot of trading management for the equity side as well as expanded later on into the fixed income side. So we come down to exchange that it’s all about liquidity; it’s all about volume. So if you look at the market right now, the volume is shrinking due to the market volatility; and from our perspective, that’s why we see the need for this particular transaction mining model to attract the liquidity, to initiate the customer acquisition, to rejuvenate the market with some liquidity provision program in place. So there was a huge amount when we launched the transaction mining. With the first day, like I said, we had 1.6 billion trading volume.
F: So that is one point six billion of volume?
A: Oh by the way, we launched on November 18th. I guess what happened subsequently was that Bitcoin had a bit of issue with their price crash. And then with the volatility, the liquidity actually vaporized quite a bit. So from the volume perspective, the liquidity perspective, we worked really hard from a customer perspective, from a listing project perspective. And we saw the dip in our volume, including transaction mining in the beginning of December. However, with all the primary listing schedule we’ve got, it’s like IPO — you list a stock, you list a token on exchange. We got the volume back. So in the month of January, when I looked at the trading volume, it was basically around approximation of 500 million per day, which was very good for this market. And we are not complacent about it. Like you said, I look at the composition of our volume, the driver of our volume, we are very much cognizant: one is about transaction mining which we can get into a bit more about how that works; second is about what is called organic, meaning the regular trading. So when you look at the performance metrics, the transaction mining aspect of it which has actually exponential growth, because of all the listing activities and all the incentives in terms of the programs that we have; and there’s the regular trading. So I would think the regular trading, no transaction mining just like any exchange, it’s like 5% of the total volume, which is still very good for the exchange which was launched in August, and running right into the bear market. We are extremely proud of that.
A: So I think you’ve asked a bit about the transaction mining and our token economics, right?
F: Yes.
A: So, here’s what I want to explain. You know the team is coming from a traditional finance side, right? People always ask about what is so special about your token versus so many other tokens, right?
F: right.
A: I have come up with a very interesting chart. Like I always explain to people, there is a traditional finance way, and there is the new way which is a more crypto way. But I always look at it from traditional finance way. So here is the chart we prepared.
A: This is actually the key slide that I presented in the World Digital Asset Conference in San Francisco just about a month and half ago. It is, from a traditional finance perspective, how we look at the token economics. It is a balance act between the business model and exchange market force. What I mean is, to think about token just like any stock IPO, there is the economic valuation behind it. Does this project make money? For exchange, our exchange business model is very simple. We are exchange; and we ask people to trade on our exchange, so we can make money from transaction fees.
F: Yes.
A: So what we do is that the tokens actually really align the interests between the people who trade on exchange and the exchange. And we give them incentive to trade with us, to trade more. And there’s the second part of liquidity in terms of token. Where does the token come from? How does the token work? For transaction mining, it’s quite simple. Just like what the name says, the more you trade, the more you mine the token. This means, for every single trade you pay transaction fee. So instead of paying transaction fee, what you get is our token — if you have to pay 10-dollar transaction fee with the mining mode of trading, you actually get 10 dollar worth of our own utility token back.
F: Right
A: First of all, you don’t have to pay the transaction fee, so it’s incentive for you to trade more; second, you also get the platform token, which is the utility token. And then this goes back again to my second point about how do you use the consumption model of your token, right? F: Yep.
A: It’s on the exchange. You pay the transaction fee, and now you’re getting the token. You have to use it. What’s the use of the token? You can use the token to pay for the further transaction fees; you can use token to actually get special benefits from a project listing. For example, we are launching margin product in about a week. As you know, when you trade margin, you have to pay interest as a risk management mechanism. So you can use our token to pay the interest. But again, BitMax.io is currently only for oversea users, not US residents.
F: Oh so you can use your token? A: Yes! Actually you can get discount because you are using the platform token. And there’s also the membership. There are various ways to incentivize our users. I think just like any big exchanges that have those called Tiering Programs. If you are a big VIP, then your transaction fee gets discounted. So in our platform, you can use your platform token to get special membership to lower your transaction fee. And by the way, we are not giving away every single transaction fee we’ve got; so trading not every single pair is eligible for transaction mining. Again, we take it from a customer service perspective. We are looking at what people are scared of those days. Volatility, right? So, the trading pairs that are eligible for mining, are actually all related to stable coins. So, you can feel very safe to transact, to get the platform token, and to use your platform token to pay for your transaction fees that you have to pay on other trading pairs. It’s about ecosystem. It’s very healthy. So go back to this token. There’s an economic value, right? And there’s also the intrinsic value, the sustainability of your token which we just talked about, the ecosystem. And then, where the market force comes in, is really about the liquidity and depth.
F: Okay. So in terms of the supply and demand? A: It’s where and why you use it. Where you use your token for, right? How do you get it and what you use it for. Intrinsic value goes back to your business model. Exchange is about liquidity. And then, the liquidity and market depth are very common terminologies in trading. So when you want to trade a stock, you want to trade a stock that has deep liquidity. In this particular case, it means there has to be enough of trading in terms of the token. It’s not only about my token or our token, but also about every single token that has listed on BitMax.io. We have a separate entity that looks after the market making, the liquidity of that. It’s the similar model like New York Stock Exchange. They have Designated Market Makers; what their jobs do is actually to provide liquidity to maintain a fair and orderly market.
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5 Enterprise Blockchain Stories of the Week

5 Enterprise Blockchain Stories of the Week


Article by Forbes: Biser Dimitrov
Things are moving very quickly in the enterprise blockchain space. Recently, several of the largest banks announced their participation in key blockchain initiatives. A massive $20 million bond was issued on the public Ethereum network and one of the biggest blockchain companies, ConsenSys, launched a special initiative that aims to bring Decentralized Finance (DeFi) closer to enterprises. In addition, excitement has peaked in “bitcoin land” because, in mere days, the first physically delivered bitcoin contracts will launch on a federally regulated exchange.
JPMorgan’s Interbank Information Network (IIN) was joined by Deutsche Bank and Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation
JPMorgan’s IIN, built on Quorum (a private version of Ethereum) was launched with the goal of eliminating information inefficiencies, thereby providing a real-time flow of information. As of now, 344 banks have signed Letter of Intent (LOIs), creating what is probably the largest blockchain-based banking consortia. Last week, Deutsche Bank, the 17th largest in the world and the fourth largest in Europe by total assets, joined the network to tap into the information pool. Additionally, the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC), the second-largest bank in Southeast Asia, joined the IIN blockchain consortia. Both news items are significant because of the sheer size of the banks involved and also because of the ensuing growth of the IIN blockchain. In the enterprise blockchain space, IIN is probably the most significant effort in terms of shaping the industry with its outcome.
Interbank Information Network
Santander launched the first end-to-end bond on a public blockchain network
Banco Santander, the largest Spanish bank, has issued a $20 million blockchain-based bond with a quarterly coupon of 1.98%. This is noteworthy primarily because of the bank’s use of the public Ethereum network, on which the investor wallet, the issuer wallet, and the issuer smart contracts reside. (Not many large banks are even considering the use of a public blockchain network.) The effort involved tokenized cash that was exchanged for bond tokens worth $20 million via an atomic delivery-versus-payment (DvP) transaction.
Bond issuance flow
ConsenSys launched Codefi, aimed at businesses
ConsenSys, the largest Ethereum-focused development shop, just launched a new “mesh” that focuses on bringing Decentralized Finance (DeFi) to larger companies and businesses. DeFi-type products and services are currently used mainly by enthusiasts and cryptocurrency-focused traders. ConsenSys wants to change this and expand the scope of instruments and markets existing only in the decentralized space. The current DeFi offering creates certain inefficiencies (like overcollateralization) and introduces the systematic risk of using an unproven smart contracts. For example, nobody on the Ethereum trading market has a clear view of the overall risk exposure in terms of money and technical liabilities. Codefi wants to change this by providing a framework for assessing the complex risk in permissionless lending (which is one the aims of this new project).
Bakkt is ready to launch its bitcoin futures
Bakkt, in partnership with ICE Futures US and ICE Clear US, will launch physically delivered bitcoin futures contracts along with custody approved by the New York State Department of Financial Services. In dealing with digital assets, the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), which owns and operates the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), is getting into uncharted waters. This comes just two weeks after the announcement that Bakkt Warehouse, the safe gatekeeper for bitcoin, is accepting deposits and withdrawals. On Sunday 9/22, we will see how the market reacts to this launch, though the bitcoin sentiment is highly optimistic. The belief is that the move with further bitcoin adoption among institutional players like endowment funds and brokerage firms. It might also help make the case for bitcoin ETF once we have a stable and reliable physically delivered bitcoin futures market.
Wells Fargo launched an internal settlement service using R3 Corda
It has become very popular for banks to look into stablecoins as a potential settlement mechanism. Already, several public efforts, like JPMorgan’s JPMC and Utility Settlement Coin, serve similar functions. Now Wells Fargo has joined the ranks of blockchain-enabled institutions. The company is aiming to settle internal transactions much faster and more cheaply than it would if it went with the SWIFT network. Internally, dollar transactions will be pegged to a stablecoin so as to facilitate these transactions. This is a strong justification for R3’s Corda network protocol, which has received a lot of traction lately. Corda is not technically a blockchain per se, but instead uses a transaction-based proprietary distributed ledger technology (DLT).
All these events are momentous for the enterprise blockchain space, as the influx of large enterprises is hastening the pace of blockchain adoption. While they are investing people and money into this adoption, these enterprises are also building much-needed services like custody, risk management, and infrastructure to properly run and operate blockchain networks.
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Large Enterprises Are Betting On Blockchain In 2019

Large Enterprises Are Betting On Blockchain In 2019
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Article by Forbes: Biser Dimitrov
2019 is the year when the blockchain ecosystem and the crypto industry as a whole had to get sober. After a wild 2017 and a bear 2018, the blockchain space is back on an upwards trajectory with new developments. There are no more Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) to distract the crypto ecosystem and the building mentality is back on. This post-ICO and post-useless-PR-partnerships age urges the blockchain community to be less focused on the current price of bitcoin and more focused on producing meaningful services and advancements. Big projects from established enterprises like Facebook Libra are taking all the media space now and this is net positive for the enterprise blockchain space as well.
The first half of this year was full of blockchain developments led by large enterprises in almost all important sectors, including insurance, financial services, supply chain, healthcare and trade finance.
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There is a huge benefit in joining a specialized industry-focused blockchain consortium because you sit at the same table with your main competitors but at the same time you work toward the same goal. You are not alone in figuring out the benefits, implementations and roll-out of distributed ledger technologies. There is also a financial benefit when commonly building applications as sometimes the membership fee is lower than the cost of hiring and training blockchain developers. Some of the big names in leading blockchain consortia networks that have made significant progress so far in 2019 are:
  • B3i, a blockchain consortium focused on the insurance industry, recently launched its first live product on R3’s Corda platform. Their members include big insurance and reinsurers companies like Allianz, Munich Re, Swiss Re, Tokio Marine, XL Catlin and Zurich.
  • Energy Web Foundation (EWF) launched their enterprise-grade public blockchain with 17 applications already on it. That network consists of 100 affiliate members like Total, Shell, GE, Siemens, Duke Energy and PG&E.
  • Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) was created by five of the ten largest container carriers: CMA CGM, COSCO SHIPPING Lines, Evergreen Marine, OOCL, and Yang Ming.
  • Two of the largest health insurance companies in the United States, Humana and UnitedHealth Group, have teamed up to tackle the massive datasets of provider demographic data from hospitals and medical partners.
  • Health Utility Network was formed by Aetna, Anthem, Health Care Service Corporation, PNC Bank and IBM to drive digital transformation and blockchain enabled-solutions within the healthcare industry.
  • In the space of trade finance, the biggest names are project Voltron, focusing on letters of credit; Marco Polo, implemented on R3’s Corda; and we.trade, which runs on IBM Blockchain and consists of 12 of the biggest European banks, including CaixaBank, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Santander, Société Générale, UBS and UniCredit. They are all moving forward with pilots and we have seen live results, like the completed transaction between the European Union and Asia on Marco Polo.
  • The owners of the famous Louis Vuitton label, LMVH, launched a special blockchain that will help prove the authenticity of expensive goods. It is built on Ethereum with the help of Microsoft.
  • Samsung launched a consortium including six major South Korean companies, focused on launching a blockchain-based mobile ID system. The company is already pretty advanced in their blockchain and crypto developments with the release of the Galaxy S10 phone with designated crypto wallet and Blockchain Keystore online app marketplace. Moreover, Samsung released a developer-friendly Blockchain SDK.
  • The IBM Food Trust network launched. Built on Hyperledger Fabric, the network aims to create a traceable audit log for time-sensitive foods and when an issue occurs, the network participants will be able to pinpoint exactly where the damaged items shipped and won’t have to empty all their shelves. The consortium consists of companies like the European giant Carrefour, Walmart, Nestle, Dole Food, Tyson Foods, Kroger and Unilever.
  • Walmart, similarly to Samsung, is involved on several different tracks with blockchain. They have joined MediLedger, a private consortium that aims to create a drug supply chain. Apart from that they are also partnering with KPMG, Merck and IBM as part of the FDA’s program to evaluate the use of blockchain to protect pharmaceutical product integrity. Recently it become public that Walmart also filed a patent for issuing a digital currency on a blockchain, or stablecoin, as they are known in the industry.
The whole private consortia ecosystem is still in early development but the right mentality is there. We will see how the technology develops over time to support those formations. A popular approach might be a hybrid infrastructure, where consortium members interact with each other in a permissioned environment or a shard but eventually anchor to some public blockchain for audit and reference purposes.
From the enterprise blockchain technology perspective, this first half of 2019 was pretty interesting and the major blockchain platforms made progress in not only improving and maturing their services but releasing new products. The general sentiment has been to focus on privacy, consensus options and digital asset standardization in anticipation of the tokenization revolution.
  • Digital Asset is another of the big names that made great progress in 2019. While work with the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) is still going as planned, they have completely open-sourced their modeling language, called DAML. That move was very well accepted by the blockchain developer community as DAML is a great language to code smart contracts with.
  • The Hyperledger family got bigger with a new tool called Transact, which should provide advanced transaction execution and state management. The long-awaited version of Fabric 2.0 is still in the shop but once released it will provide performance improvements in many areas, such as data storage, privacy and consensus layer, over the current 1.4.2 version.
  • Pantheon, the open source enterprise Ethereum client from PegaSys, launched version 1.2 with extensive privacy features like on-chain smart contract node and account rules, whitelisting nodes and others.
  • Microsoft was very active during H1 2019 and launched a decentralized online identity platform on top of the bitcoin blockchain called ION. More than that, they continued to expand on their Azure Blockchain development kit, which is very helpful from a developer perspective.
  • R3 achieved a large milestone this year by releasing version 4 of their Enterprise Corda protocol. Now their well-rounded team is perfectly capable of publishing regular releases on both the open source and the enterprise versions of Corda. Another great achievement was releasing the Token SDK; now it is easier to implement and work with tokens on the Corda network. Recently also R3 announced a large expansion of their London office and growing of IT team.
  • Ernst & Young released their project Nightfall, which uses zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) technology to enable transfers of Ethereum-based tokens with complete privacy. There are a few things that E&Y are doing here that deserve acknowledgment. They are using the permissionless public Ethereum network, which is the complete opposite of the permissioned and siloed approach adopted by similar enterprises. Then they rely on privacy and implement ZKP to achieve that. It remains to be seen what they will decide to support when Ethereum 2.0 becomes a thing and the current chain might split as not nodes will migrate.
2019 has proven to be a year when blockchain technology has gotten down to business. Going further from the wild early days of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, blockchain is making large steps in nearly every industry, from insurance to pharmaceuticals to luxury goods. Backed by large enterprises, we saw the maturing of the underlying protocols and improvements in security and privacy aspects. There is still a lot to be done as the core blockchain infrastructure needs to mature enough to be prime-time ready, and like Q1 and Q2, the second half of 2019 is certain to be filled with new developments.
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morning briefing

Shares of Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) were hit after the close on Tuesday, all falling over 1%, as the DOJ followed Attorney General William Barr's interest in launching a broad antitrust investigation into Big Tech. Much of the rally on U.S. indices has been fueled by the FAANG stocks and a prolonged legal affair - as well as Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) growth worries - could erode some of that sentiment. Nasdaq futures are off by 0.7% on the news, ahead of today's quarterly report from Facebook, and Q2 results from Amazon and Alphabet on Thursday.
Brexit team
Boris Johnson will formally take office this afternoon, unveiling the names of his Cabinet and the team he has tasked with delivering Brexit. Investors are particularly interested to see who will be handed the top jobs such as chancellor of the exchequer, foreign secretary and Brexit minister. Johnson has pledged to negotiate a new Brexit agreemnt with the EU before Oct. 31, but if the bloc refuses, he has promised to leave without a deal on Halloween. Go Deeper: Tim Worstall sees life in the U.K. economy.
IMF trims growth projection
The International Monetary Fund cut its global growth outlook yesterday to 3.2% in 2019 and 3.5% in 2020, both down 0.1 percentage points from its April projections. "Dynamism in the global economy is being weighed down by prolonged policy uncertainty as trade tensions remain heightened despite the recent U.S.-China trade truce, technology tensions have erupted threatening global technology supply chains, and the prospects of a no-deal Brexit have increased," the IMF said in a statement. Go Deeper: Review economic performance by country over the past year.
Restructuring costs bite
Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB) is off 3.5% premarket after reporting a €3.15B loss in the second quarter, due to a large restructuring charge that wiped out what would have been a modest profit. "This decline is mainly due to our decision to exit substantially all of our equities sales and trading business," the bank said in a statement. Deutsche's shares have fallen more than 30% in the last 12 months, hit by a host of scandals relating to historical anti-money laundering failures. Go Deeper: Check out Deutsche Bank stats and ratings vs. its peers.
Car cuts
A big wave of layoffs is coming to Nissan Motor (OTCPK:NSANY) as the automaker plans 10,000 job cuts globally as part of efforts to turn around its business, Kyodo News reports. The number, which represents around 10% of its global workforce, is much larger than an earlier 4,800 estimate. The announcement will be revealed along with Nissan's Q2 results tomorrow and comes as the automaker struggles to restructure its management team following the arrest of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
More auto news
Due to legal risks for diesel-related issues and the cost of replacing Takata (OTCPK:TKTDQ) airbags, Germany's Daimler (OTCPK:DDAIF) said it would intensify cost cuts after reporting a €1.56B loss before interest and taxes in the second quarter. French peer PSA Group (OTCPK:PEUGF) still managed to turn a profit in that period despite a weaker outlook for car sales. Recurring operating income at the maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars rose 10.6% to €3.34B, lifting its operating margin to a new record of 8.7% in January-June. Go Deeper: Look at the holdings in the Global Auto Index ETF (NASDAQ:CARZ)
F-35 parts sourcing
Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) is working to establish alternate supply sources for F-35 parts in the U.S. after the Pentagon decided last week to remove Turkey from the fighter jet program. "We have a timeline that we're working towards... it's out through March of 2020 that we think it will all be resolved," CEO Marillyn Hewson said on a conference call. Turkey previously said it planned to buy a total of 100 aircraft over the years, but following President Trump's sanctions, Ankara will not be able to buy the jets.
KKR devours Arnott's
Just weeks after offloading its Kelsen snacks line to Nutella maker Ferrero, Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) is selling its Australian snacks unit Arnott's to KKR (NYSE:KKR), in a deal local media reported was worth $2.2B. Food M&A in Australia is getting hot. Last Friday, Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE:BUD) agreed to divest its Australian operations - with best-selling labels like VB and Carlton Draught - to Japan's Asahi (OTCPK:ASBRF) for $11B. CPB +1.3% premarket.
Sunday and drone delivery
United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS) will start delivering packages on Sundays starting in January, following FedEx's (NYSE:FDX) announced move to seven-day delivery as the two work to meet the demands of online shopping. UPS also announced a new drone delivery subsidiary called UPS Flight Forward and said it has applied for FAA certifications needed to expand the business. Those would allow drone flights beyond an operator's visual line of sight, at night and without limit to the number of drones or operators in command. Go Deeper: See the LATEST ANALYSIS on the stock and join the discussion.
What else is happening...
'Generate a 50% return from the corn market,' writes contributor Atlas Research.
Apple (AAPL) seeking Mac Pro parts tariff exclusion.
LinkedIn moving to Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Azure three years after $27B acquisition.
Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) acquires boozy candy company to develop CBD edibles.
Sooner-than-expected? WeWork (VWORK) aims for IPO in September.
Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO), PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP) break ties with plastic lobbying group.
Starbucks Delivers (NASDAQ:SBUX) to go nationwide in 2020.
Tuesday's Key Earnings Biogen (NASDAQ:BIIB) +4.9% topping forecasts. Coca-Cola (KO) +6.1% boosted by new products. Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) +3.2% AH with comp sales increasing 10%. JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) +1.7% surpassing Q2 estimates. Hasbro (NASDAQ:HAS) +10% as Disney initiatives paid off. Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) +6.4% topping EPS expectations. Kimberly-Clark (NYSE:KMB) +0.6% raising 2019 guidance. Lockheed Martin (LMT) +0.1% amid strong sales. Snap (NYSE:SNAP) +9.1% AH smashing estimates. Texas Instruments (NASDAQ:TXN) +7.2% AH beating expectations. Travelers (NYSE:TRV) -1.5% on elevated weather losses. United Technologies (NYSE:UTX) +1.5% raising outlook. Visa (NYSE:V) -0.5% AH toning down 2019 EPS guidance. Today's Markets In Asia, Japan +0.4%. Hong Kong +0.2%. China +0.8%. India -0.4%. In Europe, at midday, London -0.8%. Paris -0.5%. Frankfurt +0.2%. Futures at 6:20, Dow -0.3%. S&P -0.4%. Nasdaq -0.7%. Crude +0.4% to $56.97. Gold +0.4% to $1426.80. Bitcoin -2.1% to $9758. Ten-year Treasury Yield -2 bps to 2.05%
Today's Economic Calendar 7:00 MBA Mortgage Applications 9:45 PMI Composite Flash 10:00 New Home Sales 10:30 EIA Petroleum Inventories 11:30 Results of $20B, 2-Year FRN Auction 1:00 PM Results of $41B, 5-Year Note Auction
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Spiele-PC ist hinüber. Taugt diese Konfiguration etwas?

Hallo liebe Freunde. Habe kein deutsches IT/PC Sub gefunden und versuche mal mein Glück hier. Vielleicht kann mir jemand helfen.
Das Mainboard meins alten Spiele - PCs ist zur schlechtest möglichen Zeit in Rauch aufgegangen und hat weitere Komponenten mit in den Tod gerissen.
Ich muss also auf einem begrenzten Budget einen neuen Rechner zusammenstellen, während Grafikkarten und RAM Preise auf allzeit hohen Preisen gehandelt werden (Danke Bitcoin) . Meine Internetrecherche hat folgende Konfiguration ausgespuckt.
https://www.mindfactory.de/shopping_cart.php/basket_action/load_basket_extern/id/9e3434221c67c330987d8a5078687d6c551b97acf7532dc2e2a
Macht das einigermaßen Sinn? Viel teurer darf es nicht werden. Oder tut es die deutlich günstigere 1050Ti und ich rüste dann in 2Jahren bei hoffentlich gefallenen Preisen die GPU auf?
Wäre für Feedback dankbar.
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Morning Outlook

The Federal Open Market Committee is expected to lift the federal funds rate by a quarter point to 2.25% when the central bank finishes its two-day meeting today. The central bank is looking to guide the U.S. economy in for a soft landing, with an eye on the gap between the inflation rate and the fed funds rate. The so-called "neutral" federal funds rate (tossed around as R* by some economists) is either quite low or somewhat elevated by historical standards, depending upon which Fed governor you ask. Updated dot plot rate forecasts will be released after the meeting to give interest rate watchers plenty to chew on. Heading into the meeting, the 2-year Treasury is showing a 2.83% yield and the 10-year is at 3.08%.
Economy
In Asia, most markets registered gains today ahead of the FOMC meeting. Japan's Nikkei increased 0.4% and closed over 24K for the first time since January. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index rose 1.2% on the day and the Shanghai Composite Index gained 0.9%. Australia's ASX 200 Index poked out a gain of 0.1%, while South Korean markets took a breather for a holiday. Meanwhile, the European Stoxx 600 Index is flat on the day and U.S. stock futures are pointing higher in early action, led by a 0.3% uptick in the Nasdaq 100.
Canada appears to be calling the bluff of the Trump Administration, saying it will not make the concessions required to reach a deal with the U.S. for a trilateral NAFTA pact. The U.S. has warned that it will move ahead with a trade deal involving only Mexico if the Canadian government didn't bend on certain issues such as access to the nation's dairy market. The Trump team wants Canada to conclude the deal by Sunday. "The relationship between Canada and the United States is far deeper than between the Canadian government and the U.S. administration," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said about the trade squabbles.
Crude oil prices are on watch after the U.S. said it would ensure crude markets are well supplied before sanctions are slapped back on Iran. The U.S. is due to apply sanctions on Iran oil exports on November 4. Traders have oil data to digest today when the EIA posts its weekly report on crude oil inventories for the previous week. With just a few trading days left in the quarter, Brent prices are poised to record five straight quarterly increases to mark the longest stretch of gains since early in 2007. WTI crude oil futures +0.06% to $72.32/bbl at last check. Brent crude +0.29% to $82.11/bbl.
The Census Bureau is due to release data on new home sales for August. Economists expect a mark of 630K to top the 627K new home sales for July. The housing market has been in a cooling trend amid higher mortgage rates. Today's report could be key for Floor & Decor (NYSE:FND), Lumber Liquidators (NYSE:LL) and Tile Shop (NASDAQ:TTS) - which all fell sharply yesterday in reaction to some soft reads on U.S. house prices.
Stocks
All eyes in the Canadian cannabis market will be on Ontario on expectations that a new legalization law will be unveiled today. Ontario is the only province that hasn't created guidelines for how cannabis will be sold in brick-and-mortar retail shops, despite the province accounting for more than 40% of all cannabis usage in the nation last year. An announcement isn't anticipated until after the market closes today, which could lead to more speculative trading on Aurora Cannabis (OTCQX:ACBFF), Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC), Cronos Group (NASDAQ:CRON) and Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY).
Merger strategies are part of the strategic planning going on at Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB), according to German media reports. Sources said the bank simulated a merger with UBS Group (NYSE:UBS) and Commerzbank (OTCPK:CRZBF, OTCPK:CRZBY) to see what the shakeout would look like. UBS is said to have been the clear winner in the test. Shares of Deutsche Bank are down 27% over the last 52 weeks.
There could be some spillover from Nike's (NYSE:NKE) FQ2 earnings today for a variety of stocks. While Nike topped quarterly consensus estimates, analysts think Nike's miss on the gross margin line and lower-than-anticipated sales growth in China could impact the broad athletic apparel sector. For the full year, Nike said it expects full-year revenue growth to be up in the high single digits and margins to improve, but investors may have expected just a bit more. Shares of Nike are down 2.8% in premarket action. Keep an eye on Under Armour (UA, UAA), Adidas (OTCQX:ADDYY), Columbia Sportswear (NASDAQ:COLM), Hibbett Sports (NASDAQ:HIBB) Foot Locker (NYSE:FL), Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) and Finish Line (NASDAQ:FINL) to name a few.
In the wake of Les Moonves' departure under a cloud of accusations, CBS has tapped Richard Parsons to serve as interim chairman. Parsons, the former CEO of Time Warner, has also been considered to be on the shortlist of external execs who might take over Moonves' CEO post at CBS. Adding to heavy board turnover, longtime members Bruce Gordon and William Cohen are exiting.
IPO heat check: SurveyMonkey (NASDAQ:SVMK) priced its initial public offering above range at $12 per share after citing strong demand from investors. The online survey specialist will raise $162M through the issuance of shares. Companies that have seen impressive IPO debuts recently include Farfetch (NYSE:FTCH), Y-mAbs Therapeutics (NASDAQ:YMAB), Elanco (NYSE:ELAN) and Eventbrite (NYSE:EB). Then there is the most talked about IPO of the bunch, Chinese EV player NIO (NYSE:NIO), which closed yesterday about 21% above where the IPO was priced ten days ago.
Delta Air Lines had to ground all flights in the U.S. due to a technology issue last night. The company's IT teams were able to restore the systems and the airline is working to help customers affected by the groundstop. It's not a surprise that Delta (NYSE:DAL) was a trending topic on Twitter for quite a while last night.
M&A chatter: Nielsen Holdings is up 2.3% in premarket trading on a report of interest from Blackstone (NYSE:BX) and the Carlyle Group (NASDAQ:CG). The company has just recently opened up to the idea of selling itself in its entirety, not just the "Buy" segment part of the business. The latest development follows a push by activist investor Elliott Management for Nielsen (NYSE:NLSN) on strategic considerations.
Electrify America says it will include a subscription plan for Lucid electric vehicle owners as part of its network of 500 charging stations in the U.S. By comparison, Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) has around 1,344 fast-charging stations globally with 11,041 Superchargers. The coast-to-coast Electrify America network is expected to be built or under construction by next summer, well ahead of the planned 2020 launches of the Lucid Air and Audi (OTCPK:AUDVF) e-tron SUV. Volkswagen (OTCPK:VWAGY) created Electrify America as a subsidiary in connection to the settlement with the U.S. government in the diesel emissions case.
It might an ultra-bad day for Ultra Petroleum (NASDAQ:UPL) after shares fell 25% in after-hours trading following the company's disclosure that it was unable to reach an agreement with lenders on terms of a senior secured first lien term loan. Without any further talks planned, Ultra Petroleum said it moved forward the semi-annual redetermination of its borrowing base under its reserve-based credit facility.
A number of companies host meetings with analysts today in the form of road shows, group lunches, and conferences. Keep an eye out for news from Cars.com (NYSE:CARS), Blucora (NASDAQ:BCOR), Boyd Gaming (NYSE:BYD), Conn's (NASDAQ:CONN), Jack In The Box (NASDAQ:JACK), Cooper-Standard (NYSE:CPS), NovoCure (NASDAQ:NVCR) and Liberty Global (NASDAQ:LBTYA) as analysts pick away at business updates and earnings projections.
Tuesday's Key Earnings Nike (NKE) -2.8% PM despite Q1 earnings beat. KB Home (NYSE:KBH) +8.1% PM on Q3 earnings beat. Cintas (NASDAQ:CTAS) -2.8% AH despite Q1 earnings beat. AAR Corporation (NYSE:AIR) +3.2% AH on Q1 earnings beat. Today's Markets In Asia, Japan +0.39%. Hong Kong +1.73%. China +0.92%. India -0.03%. In Europe, at midday, London +0.04%. Paris +0.23%. Frankfurt -0.12%. Futures at 6:20, Dow +0.17%. S&P +0.19%. Nasdaq +0.34%. Crude -0.26% to $72.09. Gold -0.18% to $1,202.90. Bitcoin +0.30% to $6,453. Ten-year Treasury Yield -1.3bps to 3.089%
Today's Economic Calendar 7:00 MBA Mortgage Applications 10:00 New Home Sales 10:00 State Street Investor Confidence Index 10:30 EIA Petroleum Inventories 2:00 PM FOMC Announcement 2:00 PM FOMC Forecast 2:00 PM Chairman Press Conference
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We would like to give you a quick overview about the current status of CloakCoin!

Dear CLOAK Community,
we would like to give you a quick overview about the current status of the project as well as the activities in the future.
Exchanges:
The good news is already known. Nevertheless, we would like to inform you that CLOAK has been officially listed on BINANCE since April 18th. We continue our efforts and are interested in being listed on further exchanges. Despite the Binance success, we continuously working on new exchange listings in order to increase liquidity, volume and exposure.
Berlin Conference:
The appearance as exhibitor and sponsor at the C3 Crypto Conference in Berlin (05 + 06 April) was a huge success for CloakCoin. We have received positive feedback about the positive development of CLOAK from various people and projects. In addition to the public presence, we have met many new partners and are in talks with them about future potential partnerships. We will keep you updated!
Arcane Bear:
The existing partnership is geared towards long-term collaboration, and organic growth is preferred by both sides. We are very proud of such partnerships. We are receiving advice and continuous support regarding our marketing and strategic activities. Arcane is currently building a bullet-proof and solid network of various crypto and blockchain related people and we are proud to be part of the Arcane Bear family.
Tom Cridland:
Tom is busy building up first contacts in the canna-industry to represent a true use-case and thus represent an everyday use for Cloak. In addition, Tom organized appointments for us with various media houses and also made a publication possible. We will inform you about the official publication when it is online.
CLOAK Website:
The CMS of our website is ready now. At the moment we are in the process of expanding the site. The expansion includes additional sections for news, update and an event feed as well as a blog. In addition, new languages will be added and the corresponding news will be published in the respective language. The whitepapers will be translated as well.
CLOAK Official Video:
The official Cloak video will be translated in several languages. The video will be translated in Russian, Spanish, Korean as well as Chinese and will be available soon. Furthermore, the official video will be integrated into the Cloak website.
Telegram:
We would like to inform you that there are now several Cloak Telegram groups. These groups support the respective languages which are also posted on the website. We want to expand the community into different languages and be more helpful to every new Cloak member.
English (Official): https://t.me/CloakProject
Russian (Русский): https://t.me/CloakCoinRussian
Spanish (Español): https://t.me/CloakCoinSpanish
Portuguese (Português): https://t.me/CloakCoinPortuguese
German (Deutsch): https://t.me/CloakCoinGerman
Dutch (Nederlands): https://t.me/CloakCoinNederlands
Chinese (中文): https://t.me/CloakCoinChinese
Korean (한국어): https://t.me/CloakCoinKorean
Dev Fund:
The development team is still working on the improved wallet version. Furthermore, the development team is currently trying to map the simplest, optimal and best implementation for the Cloak Dev Fund. The dev team gives 100% commitment on the realization of the dev fund and implement it in a timely manner. We will keep you updated!
Merchants & Merchandising:
We continue to expand our merchant network and enforce Cloak as a means of payment. Newest shop is: Giacobbe & Co (https://giacobbeandco.com) In addition, we would like to inform you about the new CloakCoinShop. Soon you all can buy t-shirts, shirts and many more articles with CloakCoins. The online store is under development and will be available soon.
StakeBox:
The current CLOAK Raspberry Pi wallet has been sent to our Partner Stakebox and now we are waiting for the official distribution of the eagerly awaited CLOAK staking boxes.
The whole Cloak Team is working dedicated every day to bring the project even further by becoming a payment option on a daily basis and delivering privacy to the users. Together with our growing community and upcoming partnerships we will look into a bright future.
Peace & Love
Team Cloak
BitcoinTalk: https://bit.ly/2HmUa69
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Neurobiopharmacological Etudes by Dead Hippie Squadron - 'METHAMATICS' - Complex artistic-spiritual and scientific equations arising from years of practice as an urban shaman

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Drone music

Isolationism

Breakbeat

Acid breaks

Baltimore club

Big beat

Broken beat

Florida breaks

Nu-funk

Miami bass

Jersey club

Nu skool breaks

Disco

Cosmic disco

Disco polo

Euro disco

Italo disco

Space disco

Downtempo

Acid jazz

Chill-out

Flamenco Chill

Ethnic electronica

Psybient

New-age music

Trip hop

Drum and bass

Darkstep

Drill and bass

Drumstep

Funkstep

Hardstep

Jazzstep

Jump-up

Liquid funk

Neurofunk

Sambass

Techstep

Skullstep

Electro music

Freestyle music

Electroacoustic music

Acousmatic music

Musique concrète

Electronic rock

Alternative dance

Indietronica

Coldwave

Dance-punk

Dark wave

Electroclash

Electronicore

Ethereal wave

Krautrock

New rave

Nu-gaze

Space rock

Synthpop

Synthpunk

Electronica

Berlin School

Chillwave

Vaporwave

Dubtronica

Folktronica

Funktronica

Laptronica

Livetronica

Hardcore

4-beat

Breakbeat hardcore

Bouncy techno

Breakcore

Digital hardcore

Darkcore

Gabber

Happy hardcore

Mákina

Melbourne bounce

Speedcore

Terrorcore

Trancecore

UK hardcore

Hardstyle

Dubstyle

Jumpstyle

Lento violento

Rawstyle

Hi-NRG

Eurobeat

Eurodance

Bubblegum dance

Italo dance

House Music

Acid house

Ambient house

Balearic beat

Chicago house

Deep house

Diva house/Handbag house

Dream house

Electro house

Big room

Complextro

Dutch house

Fidget house

Moombahton

Moombahcore

Euro house

French house

Funky house

Garage house

Ghetto house

Ghettotech

Glitch house

Hardbag

Hard house

Hard Bounce

Hard Dance

Hard NRG

Nu-NRG

Hip house

Italo house

Jazz house

Kwaito

Latin house

Microhouse/Minimal house

New beat

Nu-disco

Outsider house

Progressive house

Swing house

Tech house

Tribal house

Tropical house

Witch house/Drag

Industrial music

Aggrotech

Cybergrind

Electro-industrial

Dark electro

Electronic body music

Futurepop

Industrial metal

Industrial rock

Japanoise

Neue Deutsche Härte

Power electronics

Death industrial

Power noise

IDM

Glitch

Wonky

Jungle

Darkcore jungle

Raggacore

Ragga-jungle

Post-disco

Boogie

Electropop

Dance-pop

Dance-rock

Techno

Acid techno

Detroit techno

Dub techno

Free tekno

Hardtechno

Minimal techno

Nortec

Schranz

Tecno brega

Techdombe

Trance music

Acid trance

Dream trance

Goa trance

Hard trance

Ibiza trance

Nitzhonot

Psychedelic trance

Dark psytrance

Full on

Psybreaks

Suomisaundi

Psybient

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Classic trance

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UK garage

2-step garage

Dubstep

Brostep

Purple sound

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Future garage

Grime

Grindie

Speed garage

Bassline/4x4 garage

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9/26 Tuesday Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders of the stocks sub! Happy Tuesday to all of you! Here are your stock market movers & news this morning-

Frontrunning: September 26

STOCK FUTURES NOW:

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YESTERDAY'S S&P SECTORS:

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TODAY'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR:

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THIS WEEK'S IPO'S:

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THIS WEEK'S EARNINGS CALENDAR:

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EARNINGS RELEASES BEFORE THE OPEN TODAY:

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • FB
  • BABA
  • AXON
  • MU
  • NKE
  • RHT
  • DRI
  • GNCA
  • ZGNX
  • INFO
  • MO
  • PM
  • TXMD
  • S
  • CAKE
  • TXN
  • MYOK
  • PNC
  • KMI
  • GHL
  • DISH
  • SAM
  • ARNA
  • PRQR
  • JD

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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Shake Shack – The restaurant chain's stock was downgraded to "neutral" from "outperform" at Wedbush, with potential cannibalization from newly opened locations among the risks mentioned.

STOCK SYMBOL: SHAK

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Darden Restaurants – The restaurant chain operator reported adjusted quarterly profit of 99 cents per share, matching estimates, while revenue beat forecasts. Comparable sales at its Olive Garden chain were up 1.9 percent, shy of the 2.5 percent consensus estimate, though comp sales at its Longhorn Steakhouse unit did beat forecasts.

STOCK SYMBOL: DRI

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JPMorgan Chase – The bank's stock was downgraded to "hold" from "buy" at Deutsche Bank, with the firm focusing on its view of a flattening of the yield curve and the lack of significant acceleration in economic growth.

STOCK SYMBOL: JPM

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FactSet – The provider of financial market information earned an adjusted $1.90 per share for its latest quarter, one cent above estimates, while revenue also beat Street forecasts.

STOCK SYMBOL: FDS

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Newell Brands – The household products maker announced that it will resume its stock buyback program. The program had been suspended in the fourth quarter of 2015 in conjunction with its acquisition of Jarden.

STOCK SYMBOL: NWL

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Red Hat — The Linux software distributor reported adjusted quarterly profit of 77 cents per share, 10 cents above estimates, with revenue also above forecasts. Red Hat also raised its full-year forecast, amid strong demand for its cloud-based products.

STOCK SYMBOL: RHT

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Ascena Retail – Ascena reported a surprise profit, with adjusted quarterly earnings of five cents per share. The parent of Ann Taylor and other apparel sellers had been expected to post a loss of three cents per share for the quarter, according to consensus estimates. Revenue also beat forecasts, and comparable sales fell only half as much as expected.

STOCK SYMBOL: ASNA

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Walt Disney – Disney is testing a revamp of its retail store format for the first time since 2010, as well as launching a new shopping website today.

STOCK SYMBOL: DIS

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Alibaba – The China-based online retailer announced a plan to invest more than $15 billion to build a global logistics network, and is also increasing its stake in China logistics firm Cainiao Smart Logistics to 51 percent from 47 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: BABA

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U.S. Steel – The steel maker announced that it and joint venture partner Kobe Steel will invest $400 million to boost output of high strength steel to meet increasing demand from automakers.

STOCK SYMBOL: X

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General Electric – GE is in danger of losing a $2.5 billion 11-year deal struck in 2015 to sell diesel locomotives in India, according to the Wall Street Journal. A newly appointed transportation official has said that India intends to pull out of the deal and switch to exclusive use of electric locomotives, although the paper said GE officials have met with that official to try to save the deal.

STOCK SYMBOL: GE

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Amazon.com – Amazon said its Alexa digital assistant will be integrated with its Amazon Music service as of today.

STOCK SYMBOL: AMZN

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Microsoft – Microsoft will unveil a customer service virtual assistant next week, its first product in a new line of software intended to compete in the market for business-focused AI applications.

STOCK SYMBOL: MSFT

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Apple – Apple has been asked by private equity firm KKR to switch sides in the bidding for Toshiba's chip unit, according to a Bloomberg report. Apple has been part of a group led by Bain Capital, but KKR wants Apple to join its joint bid with Western Digital for the unit.

STOCK SYMBOL: AAPL

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Boeing – Boeing has begun a project that could ultimately result in a new mid-market jet. 787 Dreamliner head Mark Jenks has been transferred to the new project, according to Reuters.

STOCK SYMBOL: BA

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Shutterfly – Shutterfly announced that its online photo services have been integrated with the Apple Photos app for the Mac operating system known as High Sierra.

STOCK SYMBOL: SFLY

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HIS Markit – The financial information provider earned an adjusted 57 cents per share for its latest quarter, four cents above estimates, with revenue also above forecasts. The company said its transportation and financial services businesses did particularly well during the quarter.

STOCK SYMBOL: INFO

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9/26 Tuesday Stock Market Movers & News

Good morning traders! Happy Tuesday to all of you! Here are your stock market movers & news this morning-

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • FB
  • BABA
  • AXON
  • MU
  • NKE
  • RHT
  • DRI
  • GNCA
  • ZGNX
  • INFO
  • MO
  • PM
  • TXMD
  • S
  • CAKE
  • TXN
  • MYOK
  • PNC
  • KMI
  • GHL
  • DISH
  • SAM
  • ARNA
  • PRQR
  • JD

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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Shake Shack – The restaurant chain's stock was downgraded to "neutral" from "outperform" at Wedbush, with potential cannibalization from newly opened locations among the risks mentioned.

STOCK SYMBOL: SHAK

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Darden Restaurants – The restaurant chain operator reported adjusted quarterly profit of 99 cents per share, matching estimates, while revenue beat forecasts. Comparable sales at its Olive Garden chain were up 1.9 percent, shy of the 2.5 percent consensus estimate, though comp sales at its Longhorn Steakhouse unit did beat forecasts.

STOCK SYMBOL: DRI

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JPMorgan Chase – The bank's stock was downgraded to "hold" from "buy" at Deutsche Bank, with the firm focusing on its view of a flattening of the yield curve and the lack of significant acceleration in economic growth.

STOCK SYMBOL: JPM

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FactSet – The provider of financial market information earned an adjusted $1.90 per share for its latest quarter, one cent above estimates, while revenue also beat Street forecasts.

STOCK SYMBOL: FDS

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Newell Brands – The household products maker announced that it will resume its stock buyback program. The program had been suspended in the fourth quarter of 2015 in conjunction with its acquisition of Jarden.

STOCK SYMBOL: NWL

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Red Hat — The Linux software distributor reported adjusted quarterly profit of 77 cents per share, 10 cents above estimates, with revenue also above forecasts. Red Hat also raised its full-year forecast, amid strong demand for its cloud-based products.

STOCK SYMBOL: RHT

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Ascena Retail – Ascena reported a surprise profit, with adjusted quarterly earnings of five cents per share. The parent of Ann Taylor and other apparel sellers had been expected to post a loss of three cents per share for the quarter, according to consensus estimates. Revenue also beat forecasts, and comparable sales fell only half as much as expected.

STOCK SYMBOL: ASNA

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Walt Disney – Disney is testing a revamp of its retail store format for the first time since 2010, as well as launching a new shopping website today.

STOCK SYMBOL: DIS

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Alibaba – The China-based online retailer announced a plan to invest more than $15 billion to build a global logistics network, and is also increasing its stake in China logistics firm Cainiao Smart Logistics to 51 percent from 47 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: BABA

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U.S. Steel – The steel maker announced that it and joint venture partner Kobe Steel will invest $400 million to boost output of high strength steel to meet increasing demand from automakers.

STOCK SYMBOL: X

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General Electric – GE is in danger of losing a $2.5 billion 11-year deal struck in 2015 to sell diesel locomotives in India, according to the Wall Street Journal. A newly appointed transportation official has said that India intends to pull out of the deal and switch to exclusive use of electric locomotives, although the paper said GE officials have met with that official to try to save the deal.

STOCK SYMBOL: GE

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Amazon.com – Amazon said its Alexa digital assistant will be integrated with its Amazon Music service as of today.

STOCK SYMBOL: AMZN

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Microsoft – Microsoft will unveil a customer service virtual assistant next week, its first product in a new line of software intended to compete in the market for business-focused AI applications.

STOCK SYMBOL: MSFT

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Apple – Apple has been asked by private equity firm KKR to switch sides in the bidding for Toshiba's chip unit, according to a Bloomberg report. Apple has been part of a group led by Bain Capital, but KKR wants Apple to join its joint bid with Western Digital for the unit.

STOCK SYMBOL: AAPL

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Boeing – Boeing has begun a project that could ultimately result in a new mid-market jet. 787 Dreamliner head Mark Jenks has been transferred to the new project, according to Reuters.

STOCK SYMBOL: BA

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Shutterfly – Shutterfly announced that its online photo services have been integrated with the Apple Photos app for the Mac operating system known as High Sierra.

STOCK SYMBOL: SFLY

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HIS Markit – The financial information provider earned an adjusted 57 cents per share for its latest quarter, four cents above estimates, with revenue also above forecasts. The company said its transportation and financial services businesses did particularly well during the quarter.

STOCK SYMBOL: INFO

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