Rippers Recap 3/11: Apple Drops a Slew of New Products, Amazon's Stock Split, Plus More Major News
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Here's How The Stock Market Performed This Past Week
The Major Indexes
Here's how the major indexes performed this past week
Dow Jones was down 2%
S&P 500 was down 2.9%
NASDAQ 100 was down 3.5%
— Stock Market News (@StockMKTNewz)
Mar 11, 2022
Heat Map of the S&P 500
How The Largest Stocks Performed
Best Performing Large Cap Stocks
Worst Performing Large Cap Stocks
**All images are via Finviz.com**
Apple Event: Apple had its first release event of the year, introducing a slew of new products ⬇️
A new $429 iPhone SE
A new $599 iPad Air
A new Mac Studio computer for $1,999 with the M1 Max chip and $3,999 with the M1 Ultra Chip
Apple had some other cool announcements, including:
Showing off its new M1 Ultra Chip...
... and announcing a new partnership with the MLB
Apple $AAPL announced today a partnership with the MLB for Friday Night Baseball to be coming exclusively to to AppleTV+
— Stock Market News (@StockMKTNewz)
Mar 8, 2022
Amazon Stock Split: Amazon announced a 20:1 stock split and a $10B share buyback program. Amazon's split has a record date of May 27 and begins trading split-adjusted as of June 6.
CPI for February came in at 7.9% (YoY) in line with expectations.
CPI by category:
Major Earnings Headlines
DocuSign reported earnings Thursday after the markets closed, posting numbers of:
- EPS of $0.48, in line with expectations
- Rev of $580.83M, beating expectations of $561.55M
DocuSign also announced a new $200M share buyback program.
Oracle reported earnings Thursday after the markets closed, posting numbers of:
- EPS of $1.29, beating expectations $1.05
- Rev of $10.51B, in line with expectations
CrowdStrike reported earnings Wednesday after the markets closed, posting numbers of:
- EPS of $0.30, beating expectations of $0.20
- Rev of $431.01M, beating expectations of $412.38M
Rivian reported earnings Thursday after the markets closed, posting numbers of:
- EPS of -$2.43, missing expectations of -$1.97
- Rev of $54M, missing expectations of $60.72M
Rivian has now produced 2,425 cars as of Tuesday, with 909 of those vehicles being produced in 2021.
Salesforce ($CRM) reported earnings Tuesday after the markets closed, posting numbers of:
- EPS of $0.84 beating expectations of $0.75
- Rev of $7.33B beating expectations of $7.24B
Salesforce raised its revenue guide for the upcoming year to between $32-$32.1B up from its previous guide of between $31.65-$31.8B and above consensus estimates of $31.78B.
Ulta reported earnings Thursday after the markets closed, posting numbers of:
- EPS of $5.41, beating expectations of $4.56
- Rev of $2.73B, beating expectations of $2.69B
Ulta also announced a new $2B share buyback program.
Other Major Headlines This Week
- Amazon announced it has agreed to acquire Veeqo - CNBC
- Google said it plans to invest $700M to purchase and upgrade its office in Warsaw Poland - Google Blog
- Ryan Cohen co-founder of Chewy and chairman of GameStop now owns a 9.8% stake in Bed Bath & Beyond through his investment firm RC Ventures - WSJ
- Intel announced that MobileEye has submitted an S-1 draft registration to the SEC indication its intentions to go public through an IPO - RobotReport
- Lululemon revealed its first ever footwear collection "made for woman first" - BusinessWire
- Google agreed to acquire Cybersecurity firm Mandiant for $5.3 Billion or $23 per $MNDT share in cash - Google
- Tesla sold a total of 56,515 China made Tesla’s during February, 33.3K were exported outside of China while the remaining 23.2K was sold within China - CNEVPost
- Amazon is negotiating a deal to turn Playstation's game franchise "God of War" into a live-action TV series on Amazon Prime Video - Deadline
- Tesla raised prices on the long-range versions of the Model 3 and Model by $1,000 - Electrek
- Peloton announced a new Apple Watch integration for its Bike, Bike Plus, and Tread - The Verge
- The SEC is set to vote on a rule that would require companies to report major cybersecurity incidents within four days - WSJ
- Rihanna’s lingerie brand Savage X Fenty is reportedly considering going public through an IPO at a valuation of $3 billion or more - New York Post
- The IRS said it plans to hire 10,000 new employees by the end of 2023 - WAPO
- TikTok is reportedly nearing a deal for Oracle to store its US user data - The Verge
- Pfizer announced it completed of its acquisition of Arena Pharmaceuticals - Pfizer
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