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  1. 8:44a

    MSC Industrial Direct upgraded to overweight from sector weight at KeyBanc Capital

  2. 8:44a

    Rolls-Royce downgraded to sell from hold at Vertical Research Partners

  3. 8:43a

    Airbus downgraded to hold from buy at Vertical Research Partners

  4. 8:42a

    TransDigm downgraded to hold from buy at Vertical Research Partners

  5. 8:42a

    Heico downgraded to hold from buy at Vertical Research Partners

  6. 8:42a

    Chuy's furloughs about 40% of corporate workers, draws down remainder of credit facility

  7. 8:39a

    Mondelez upgraded to buy from hold at Stifel Nicolaus

  8. 8:38a

    Medtronic downgraded to buy from strong buy at Needham

  9. 8:37a

    Oil dips below $20 a barrel to start week as coronavirus crushes demand amid price-war

  10. 8:36a

    Trump wants his signature to appear on coronavirus stimulus checks

  11. 8:30a

    Yum Brands to pay $1,000 bonuses to restaurant general managers, CEO to forgo salary

  12. 8:25a

    Ulta Beauty shutters all stores until further notice, gives distribution center workers a $2-per-hour pay bump

  13. 8:23a

    Trump says GM has been 'great' after he invoked Defense Production Act

  14. 8:22a

    Global Payments stock price target cut to $165 from $245 at SunTrust RH

  15. 8:22a

    Tempur Sealy stock price target cut to $53 from $98 at SunTrust RH

  16. 8:21a

    Fidelity National Information Services upgraded to buy from hold at SunTrust RH

  17. 8:21a

    Sysco suspends share buybacks, cuts capex and taps $1.6 billion revolving credit facility

  18. 8:20a

    America’s highly paid CEOs should give their 2020 salary and stock compensation to the coronavirus fight

  19. 9:00a

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Chuy's furloughs about 40% of corporate workers, draws down remainder of credit facility

Chuy's Holdings Inc. said Monday that it has furloughed about 40% of workers, including corporate and administrative workers. In addition, all senior management and salaried workers will have their pay temporarily slashed by 25% to 75%. Chuy's has also drawn down the remainder of its credit facility, $25 million, bringing its total cash and cash equivalents on hand to $28 million. The Tex-Mex chain had no debt under its facility at the end of fiscal 2019. Chuy's has withdrawn its financial guidance for fiscal 2020 and cancelled non-essential capital expenditures. The company's total capital expenditures had been expected to reach $23 million to $30 million. Ninety-two of Chuy's restaurants have moved to take-out and delivery only with the remaining nine closed. Chuy's stock has slumped 53% over the past year while the S&P 500 index is down 10.3% for the period.

4 min ago
Oil dips below $20 a barrel to start week as coronavirus crushes demand amid price-war

Oil futures get the week off to an ugly start, with the U.S. benchmark dipping below the psychologically important $20-a-barrel level to trade at an 18-year low as the global COVID-19 pandemic crushes demand and a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia floods the world with crude.

8 min ago
Trump wants his signature to appear on coronavirus stimulus checks

A civil servant would typically sign such federal disbursements, said Don Hammond, a former longtime Treasury Department official.

10 min ago
Yum Brands to pay $1,000 bonuses to restaurant general managers, CEO to forgo salary

Yum Brands Inc. disclosed Monday it will pay one-time $1,000 bonuses to the nearly 1,200 restaurant general managers at its Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut and The Habit Burger Grill restaurants, to acknowledge their efforts in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. To help pay for the bonuses, Chief Executive DAvid Gibbs has agreed to forgo all salary compensation for the rest of 2020. The stock, which slipped 0.4% in premarket trading, has lost 32% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has declined 21%.

15 min ago
Ulta Beauty shutters all stores until further notice, gives distribution center workers a $2-per-hour pay bump

Ulta Beauty Inc. said Monday that it will close all of its stores until further notice. Store and salon associates will be paid until mid-April and continue to receive the benefits for which they are enrolled. Ulta's e-commerce business will remain operational, with distribution facility workers receiving a $2-per-hour pay raise. Last week, the retailer announced a series of coronavirus-related measures including drawing down $800 million from its credit facility and rethinking its stock buyback program. Ulta Beauty stock has lost half its value in the last year while the S&P 500 index is down 10.3% for the period.

21 min ago
Sysco suspends share buybacks, cuts capex and taps $1.6 billion revolving credit facility

Food services company Sysco Corp. said Monday it is suspending its share buyback program and reducing capital spending as the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has disrupted the away-from-home food business. The company is expecing sales to fall in the short term because of the virus. To combat the effect, Sysco is reducings its workforce through furloughs and other headcount reductions. It is tapping $1.6 billion of its $2.0 billion revolving credit facility. Shares were slightly higher premarket but have fallen 41% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 has fallen 21%.

25 min ago
America’s highly paid CEOs should give their 2020 salary and stock compensation to the coronavirus fight

Millions of dollars could go to U.S. workers, cities and towns if corporate leaders do their part.

26 min ago
Performance Food Group suspends stock buybacks, draws on its credit facility

Performance Food Group Co. said Monday it is suspending its stock repurchase program, as part of measures taken to protect its financial position in light of the uncertainties related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The foodservice distribution company said it has bought back $5 million worth of its shares during its fiscal third quarter through March 23. The company said it is also drawing $400 million from its $3 billion credit facility and halting all non-essential capital expenditures. Over the past weeks, the comapny said it sighted agreementw with 10 new grocery retail partners, distributed groceries to about 480 new grocery locations and entered into new partnerships to support online ordering for its customers. The stock, which was still inactive in premarket trading, has lost 50% over the past three months, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has declined 24%.

32 min ago
EasyJet grounds entire fleet of planes as coronavirus pandemic devastates the airline industry

EasyJet grounds all flights due to the coronavirus pandemic and is unable to give a date for when commercial flights will restart.

34 min ago
Media mogul David Geffen observes a sunset from his $400 million superyacht, as coronavirus ravages his native New York: ‘I’m hoping everybody is staying safe’

If ever there were doubts about how the superaffluent are faring amid a pandemic for the ages, media mogul David Geffen wants to make it abundantly clear that, for his part, he’s doing just fine — and he wishes us all the best.

35 min ago

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Dow
/zigman2/quotes/210598065/realtime 21,637 -915 4.06%
Nasdaq
/zigman2/quotes/210598365/realtime 7,502 -295 3.79%
S&P 500
/zigman2/quotes/210599714/realtime 2,541 -89 3.37%
GlobalDow
/zigman2/quotes/210599024/realtime 2,427 -12 0.49%
Gold
/zigman2/quotes/210034565/delayed 1,642 +17 1.06%
Oil
/zigman2/quotes/211629951/delayed 20.21 -1.30 6.04%
FTSE 100
/zigman2/quotes/210598409/delayed 5,491 -19 0.35%
DAX
/zigman2/quotes/210597999/delayed 9,644 +11 0.12%
CAC 40
/zigman2/quotes/210597958/delayed 4,319 -33 0.75%
FTSE MIB
/zigman2/quotes/210598024/delayed 16,618 -204 1.21%
IBEX 35
/zigman2/quotes/210597995/delayed 6,665 -113 1.67%
Stoxx 600
/zigman2/quotes/210599654/delayed 311 0 0.04%
Asia Dow
/zigman2/quotes/211618636/realtime 2,750 -20 0.74%
Nikkei 225
/zigman2/quotes/210597971/delayed 19,085 -304 1.57%
Hang Seng
/zigman2/quotes/210598030/delayed 23,175 -309 1.32%
Shanghai
/zigman2/quotes/210598127/delayed 2,747 -25 0.90%
Sensex
/zigman2/quotes/210597966/delayed 28,440 -1,375 4.61%
Singapore
/zigman2/quotes/210597985/delayed 2,416 -113 4.45%
Euro
/zigman2/quotes/210561242/realtime/sampled 1.10 -0.01 0.99%
Yen
Pound
/zigman2/quotes/210561263/realtime/sampled 1.24 0.00 0.24%
Australia$
/zigman2/quotes/210560947/realtime/sampled 0.61 0.00 0.55%
DXY Index
/zigman2/quotes/210598269/delayed 99.10 +0.74 0.75%
WSJ $ Idx
/zigman2/quotes/210673925/realtime 93.75 +0.58 0.62%
U.S. 10yr
/zigman2/quotes/211347051/realtime 0.66 -0.02 3.48%
German 10yr
/zigman2/quotes/211347112/realtime -0.53 -0.05 10.53%
Italy 10yr
/zigman2/quotes/211347230/realtime 1.44 +0.12 9.04%
Spain 10yr
/zigman2/quotes/211347132/realtime 0.54 +0.01 2.71%
U.K. 10yr
/zigman2/quotes/211347177/realtime 0.31 -0.06 15.42%
Japan 10yr
/zigman2/quotes/211347248/realtime -0.01 -0.02 150.00%
Crude Oil
/zigman2/quotes/211629951/delayed 20 -1 6.04%
Gold
/zigman2/quotes/210034565/delayed 1,642 +17 1.06%
NASDAQ F
/zigman2/quotes/210219788/delayed 7,639 +70 0.93%
DJIA F
/zigman2/quotes/210407078/delayed 21,557 +120 0.56%
S&P F
/zigman2/quotes/209948968/delayed 2,545 +21 0.82%
Silver
/zigman2/quotes/210315219/delayed 14 0 2.71%

Markets News

  1. 44 min ago

    These indicators suggest a stock-market bottom, but coronavirus fears could send the S&P 500 swooning again

  2. 7:23 a.m.

    ‘Selling fatigue’ has set in but stocks may not have hit the bottom just yet, UBS says

  3. 5:45 a.m.

    European banks skid as ECB asks lenders not to pay dividends

  4. 4:59 a.m.

    Crude futures slump 4% after oil briefly fell below $20

  5. 3:09 a.m.

    European stocks edge lower after ECB calls for banks to halt dividends through October

  6. March 29

    Asian markets extend losses as toll from pandemic surges

  7. March 28

    Why this wild coronavirus rally has Wall Street experts fearing a bull-market trap

  8. March 28

    Why ‘no one will regret buying stocks’ at the lowest prices in years — ‘assuming society doesn’t collapse’

  9. March 28

    Dow ends sharply lower, but books biggest weekly gain since 1938 in bounce after coronavirus-inspired rout

  10. March 28

    Man who scored big wins during the 2008 financial crisis says the stock market could be ‘near a bottom’ if U.S. gets a coronavirus recovery plan

  11. March 28

    He said it in 1987 and in 2008 — now he’s saying it again: You’ll never see better bargains in the stock market

  12. March 28

    The Fed is going to buy ETFs. What does it mean?

  13. March 28

    These two factors may be driving the stock market’s double-digit gains this week, says JP Morgan strategist

  14. March 28

    BlackRock to waive fees for running Federal Reserve bond-buying program

  15. March 27

    2-year Treasury yield hits 7-year low as coronavirus cases in U.S. surpass China’s

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