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      ·27分钟前
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      ·11-29 21:37
      Time to play~
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·11-29 21:36
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·11-29 12:28
      $Microsoft(MSFT)$  Microsoft is likely to offer remedies to EU antitrust regulators in the coming weeks to stave off formal objections to its $69 billion bid for "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard, people familiar with the matter said. The U.S. software giant and Xbox maker announced the deal in January to help it compete better with leaders Tencent and Sony. It has since then faced regulatory headwinds in the European Union, Britain and in the United States, with Sony criticising the deal and even calling for a regulatory veto.
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      ·11-28 11:06
      $Shopify(SHOP)$  Shopify is poised to benefit from the ongoing shift in selling models toward digital platforms. Moreover, its strong competitive positioning, investments to strengthen its product base, and increased e-commerce penetration bode well for growth. However, an uncertain economic environmentcould limit the recovery in the near term. Shopify has positive signals from hedge funds and insiders who bought its stock last quarter. However, it carries a Neutral Smart Score of five out of 10. Moreover, analysts’ average price target of $41.21 implies 12% upside potential. Quote
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·11-26
      $Microsoft(MSFT)$  Microsoft is the foundation on which hundreds of thousands of businesses are built. Windows is the leading operating system for personal computers and data center servers, and Office 365 is the gold standard in productivity suites. But Microsoft has also carved out a strong position in other business software markets. For instance, Dynamics 365 ranks among the most popular enterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms, and the ERP software market is expected to grow at 11% annually to reach $123 billion by 2030, according to Grand View Research. Despite the uncertain economic environment, Microsoft reported decent financial results over the past year. Revenue climbed 15% to $203 billion, and free cash flow rose 5% to $63 billion. Unfortunately, management issued disappointing guidance for the second quarter of fiscal 2023 (which ends Dec. 31, 2022), citing weakness in its Windows and advertis
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·11-25
      $Apple(AAPL)$  Apple’s ROIC hovered around 35% in 2010, within three years following the launch of the iPhone and the iPad. That’s really not a bad number at all, considering Apple’s weighted cost of capital that is probably short of 10%. But since then, Apple’s ROIC has skyrocketed. Today, the number is a staggering 56%. Relative to the investment that debtholders and equity holders have placed into the company, Apple is a massive profit-producing machine.
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·11-24
      $Microsoft(MSFT)$  The Federal Trade Commission is preparing a potential legal challenge to Microsoft’s plan to buy Activision for $68.7 billion, and it could file the lawsuit by next month, according to Politico. The outlet’s sources say both CEOs — Satya Nadella and Bobby Kotick — have already been deposed, and yet the FTC remains skeptical. The report notes that there are still a few steps to go before the regulator is ready to act, including a vote from its commissioners. If it does end up happening, it’d mean the deal would face antitrust challenges in the US, UK and the EU. This is despite Microsoft’s repeated attempts to assure regulators that its purchase of Activision — the company in charge of Candy Crush, Call of Duty, and all of Blizzard — wouldn’t hurt competition in the gaming space.
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·11-23
      $Alibaba(BABA)$  E-commerce giant Alibaba’s revenue grew 3% to RMB 207.2 billion ($29.1 billion) in the fiscal second quarter (ended September 30, 2022) after falling marginally in Q1 FY23 (BABA’s first quarterly revenue decline since it went public). That said,Q2 revenue lagged analysts’ estimates. The slowdown in the Chinese economy, COVID-19 resurgence, and currency headwinds impacted the top-line growth in the quarter. This year has been quite brutal for Chinese stocks. Delisting concerns, slowdown in the Chinese economy, supply chain disruptions triggered by COVID restrictions, regulatory pressures, and the tension between the U.S. and China have dragged down Chinese stocks.
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·11-22
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  recalled up to 321,628 vehicles in US because tail lights may intermittently fail to illuminate, including some 2023 Model 3 and 2020-2023 Model Y vehicles, according to a Reuters report citing a filing on Sat.  Though not directly on Tesla: According to reports, new Twitter Chief Executive Elon Musk isn’t done laying off employees. Heads of several Twitter departments resigned Friday after reportedly refusing to layoff employees. This comes ahead of Damien Viel, the leader of the Twitter’s French branch, who resigned via Tweet on Sunday. Seems like Musk is having a hard time in both companies
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