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Gabelli Funds

November 13, 2019

ESG Issue Series: Supply Chain

For any manufacturer, the importance of understanding risks in their supply chain is clear. Whether it is logistics, disruption, sourcing or quality issues, businesses know that globalization means reliance on supply chains. Monitoring and evaluation of supply chains is a complex process that typically is not noticed by end customers if it runs well.

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Finimize

November 13, 2019

Defenders, Assemble

Shares of “defensive” telecoms companies have been out of favor with investors lately – but on Tuesday, Vodafone and Iliad reminded them that a good defense can be the best offense.

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Edison

November 13, 2019

UK Sparks: British Land Losses Widen After Property Writedown

The British Land Company has widened its interim pre-tax losses from £42m to £440m, due to a £436m writedown on the value of its shopping centres, supermarkets and retail parks. Underlying pre-tax profits fell from £175m to £158m, while net asset value per share was 5.4% lower at 856p. Chief executive Chris Grigg expects the company’s markets to remain “uneven” and the retail sector to stay “challenging” but sees early signs that some liquidity may be returning to parts of the market. He says the group’s focus will remain on “thoughtfully progressing our strategy to reduce exposure”.

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Blue Line Futures

November 12, 2019

Morning Express: Nov. 13, 2019

Yesterday’s close: Settled at 3092, up 4.50
Fundamentals: Both the S&P and NQ set fresh record highs ahead of President Trump’s address at the Economic Club of New York. However, his comments lacked the positive jawboning on U.S-China trade that was expected and price action dissipated into the afternoon. The President did make sure to criticize the Fed’s too hawkish of policy. Ironically, Philadelphia Fed President Harker was speaking at the same time saying that he did not support the most recent cut and how the Fed should stand pat measuring the effects of the policy adjustments. Harker’s comments are important as he is a 2020 voter. Minneapolis Fed President Kashkari, also a 2020 voter, speaks at 5:00 pm CT tonight. Still, equity markets held ground through the session and finished on a strong note. Wednesday’s economic calendar will prove pivotal with U.S CPI due at 7:30 am CT followed by Fed Chair Powell’s Congressional testimony at 10:00 am CT.
Technicals: Price action stretched to a fresh record high in each the S&P and NQ, but key resistance in the S&P at 3100 and major three-star resistance in the NQ at 8300 kept the rally in check. Upon a wave of selling, our pivot levels for Tuesday’s session ultimately held extremely well for each and this allowed the bulls to step in for a firm close. Heading into Wednesday, the pivot levels are a bit higher and for the NQ it is our major three-star level at 8250-8261.50 given that the NQ settled above here at 8275. It would be very constructive for the bulls if price action holds firmly at or above these levels through the overnight and into tomorrow morning’s opening bell. In a larger scale, the line in the sand to the downside remains major three-star support at 3063.25-3069.25 in the S&P and 8150-8179.25 in the NQ; a break below here would encourage a strong wave of selling.

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KraneShares Advisors

November 12, 2019

Singles Day Recap: Chinese Consumers Alive & Kicking

Asian equities had a surprisingly strong day following yesterday’s selloff as virtually all of the markets rebounded. Hong Kong rebounded despite protests in the financial district yesterday afternoon. Some companies let employees leave work early which led to them getting caught up in the mayhem.

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Blue Line Futures

November 12, 2019

Morning Express: Nov. 12, 2019

U.S. benchmarks snapped back after the open yesterday to pare Sunday night losses. The tape remains firm ahead of the bell today with a speech from President Trump at the Economic Club of New York in focus. The speech is scheduled to begin at 11:00 am CT but usual formalities may delay it just a bit. Most importantly, the market is expecting positive comments from the President on U.S-China trade.

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J.P. Morgan Asset Management

November 12, 2019

Economic Update: Nov. 11, 2019

The first estimate for 3Q19 real GDP growth came in at 1.9% q/q saar, driven by positive contributions from consumption, government spending and housing, which were partially offset by negative contributions from business fixed investment, inventories and net exports. Despite positive contributions, consumption and government spending decelerated, and weak business fixed investment spending deepened.

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