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USA-Values ​​to follow on Wall Street (updated) - 07/21/2022 at 14:15

USA-Values ​​to follow on Wall Street (updated) – 07/21/2022 at 14:15

(Updated with details Boeing and Ford, Blackstone, Danaher, Philip Morris, American Airlines, ConocoPhillips, Palantir)

July 21 (Reuters) – Key stocks to watch on Thursday on Wall Street where futures are signaling a loose open:

* TESLA TSLA.O reported a rise in quarterly profit on Wednesday as higher prices for several of its top models helped the automaker offset production challenges. The title of the group increased by 1.7% in pre-market.

➦ Tesla sees profit growth as prices rise

* FORD FN on Thursday announced a series of agreements to accelerate its shift to electric vehicles, including the supply of battery capacity and raw materials.

The agreements are part of Ford’s efforts to reach an annual EV production rate of 600,000 vehicles globally by the end of 2023 and more than 2 million by the end of 2026. Ford expects the compound annual growth rate for EVs to exceed 90% through 2026, more than double the expected growth rate for the industry.

* UNITED AIRLINES UAL.O on Wednesday published an adjusted quarterly profit of 1.43 dollars (1.40 euros), lower than analysts’ expectations because strong demand did not make it possible to offset the increase in operating costs. The title yielded 6.4% in pre-market.

➦ United Airlines-Q2 earnings below expectations due to operating costs

* BOEING BA.N – Qatar Airways announced an order for 25 737 MAX 10 aircraft on Thursday, confirming a deal that had been pending for months and bringing the number of single-aisle jets ordered this week to 125. Cargolux has also chosen the 777-8 Freighter to replace its 747-400 fleet, with the first delivery of the 777-8 Freighter scheduled for 2027.

* DOW DOW.N reported lower second-quarter profit as inflation and the effects of COVID-19 in China dampened demand.

* BANK OF AMERICA BAC.N – The American bank announced the increase of its quarterly common stock dividend to $0.22 per share.

* BLACKSTONE BX.N – The world’s largest alternative asset manager posted an 86% jump in second-quarter distributable profit on Thursday, driven by strong asset sales despite a depreciation in the value of most of its funds in a market downturn.

* AT&T TN – The American telecoms giant on Thursday raised its forecast for annual growth in the turnover of its wireless services activity, driven by the increase in the number of subscribers traveling during the summer and using its services. ‘roaming. The title lost 2.3% before the market.

* DANAHER DHR.N – The title gained 1.8% in pre-market trading as the American conglomerate published a turnover in the second quarter above analysts’ expectations.

* PHILIP MORRIS PM.N – The title gained 1.3% in pre-market after the American tobacco company announced results in the second quarter beating estimates.

* AMERICAN AIRLINES AAL.O released its first adjusted quarterly profit since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday, as the boom in travel demand more than offset rising costs. The title lost 1.5% before the market.

* CONOCOPHILLIPS COP.N is studying the possibility of selling its stake in the Ursa platform and the Princess subsea well in the Gulf of Mexico, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, and thus withdraw from production. deep sea energy off the US Gulf Coast. The oil producer has set itself the goal of selling between 4 and 5 billion dollars by the end of 2023.

* CRUISE GUESTS fell in the forefront after CARNIVAL CCL.N announced an offer to sell shares at a price of $9.95 per security, which represents a discount of 10.3% compared to the last closing price . Carnival lost 10.8% ahead of the stock market while ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES RCL.N lost 5% and NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE 4.8% NCLH.N in its wake.

* LAS VEGAS SANDS LVS.N – The casino operator said second-quarter revenue fell about 11% to $1.05 billion, but beat analysts’ estimates of 984, $8 million. The title gained 5.4% in pre-market.

* BIOGEN BIIB.O said the timing and costs of clinical trials in Russia and Ukraine may be affected by the war between the two countries.

* PALANTIR TECHNOLOGIES PLTR.N – Raymond James begins the stock follow-up with a “Strong Buy” recommendation.

* DOCUSIGN DOCU.O – Piper Sandler lowers her recommendation to “underweight” from “neutral” and her price target from $65 to $54.

(Written by Olivier Cherfan in Gdansk, edited by Sophie Louet)

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