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The Capitalist Newsletter – July 26, 2017

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GREECE SUCCESSFULLY RAISES $3.5 BILLION IN FIRST BOND SALE SINCE 2014; IS CRISIS OFFICIALLY OVER?

Just a few short years ago, Greece was at the center of the financial world in a bad way with a stunning economic collapse. But on Tuesday, investors seem to have forgotten all about Greece’s financial crisis and subsequent bailout, and lined up to buy billions in bonds from the recovering European nation. Is the crisis really over? Or are these buyers just over eager?

Read The Capitalist’s Take Here

Read More at Financial Times Here

Read More at Quartz Here


SENATE GOP VOTES TO DEBATE HEALTH CARE REPEAL AS MCCAIN RETURNS, PENCE BREAKS TIE

With Vice President Mike Pence casting a tie-breaking vote, Republicans moved forward on health care reform Tuesday as the Senate successfully passed a key motion to proceed to debate on repealing and possibly replacing Obamacare.

Momentum built over the course of the day as several previously skeptical members announced they would support Senate GOP leaders after they began detailing plans for more votes over the next days to shape the details of the legislation.

Read More at NBC News Here

Read More at BBC Here

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Read More at CNN Here


APPLE CEO TIM COOK PROMISES TO BUILD 3 MANUFACTURING PLANTS IN THE U.S. — ACCORDING TO PRESIDENT TRUMP

President Trump says he’s finally gotten somewhere in his years-long crusade to get Apple to build more products in the US. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal today, Trump said that Apple CEO Tim Cook called him and committed to build “three big plants, beautiful plants” in the United States. For now, there’s no detail beyond that. Apple declined to comment to the Journal and hasn’t responded to our own request for comment.

Read More at The Verge Here

Read More at Wall Street Journal Here

Read More at NewsMax Here


Closing Bell

– Tuesday, July 25th

Markets Finish UP Behind Earnings Reports and Strong Day for Financials

Big Insider Trades

– American Express Co. (AXP) CEO Kenneth Chenault Sells $66m

– Regulus Therapeutics, Inc. (RGLS) Director Stelios Papadopoulos Buys $1m

Winners & Losers

– Invacare Corp. (IVC) Shoots UP (26.09%) After Satisfying Consent Decree Requirements

– Neuralstem, Inc. (CUR) Plummets DOWN (49.64%) on Mid-Stage Clinical Depression Drug Trial Failure

Most Talked About

Snap, Inc. (SNAP) Considered a Majority Strong Sell After its General Council Leaves the Company Just 6 Months After Leading its IPO

The TIP Sheets

– Tuesday July 25th

– Freeport-McMoRan, Inc. (FCX), World’s Largest Publicly Traded Copper Miner, Rises UP (14.74%) on Rising Copper Prices and Significant Progress with Costly Indonesian Permit Dispute. Expect Shares to Continue UP

Unusual Volume

Transocean Ltd. (RG) Tickes UP (3.06%) on 101m Shares Traded After Company Provides Fleet Status Report. The Deepwater Driller was Awarded a Three-Well Contract plus Two One-Well Contracts off Coast of Australia. Expect Shares to Continue UP

 

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