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Global stocks advancing with investor optimism improving ahead of G20 Summit in Argentina

Nov 28, 2018

Market data as of 7:15am EST

 

US Stocks

  • Global stocks are rallying to start the morning with growing investor optimism for a positive development in the US-China trade talks 
  • US Index futures are advancing and point to a rebound in US stocks today with front-month Dow Jones minis –0.48%, S&P500 minis +0.37%, and Nasdaq 100 minis +0.48% 
  • Bloomberg is suggesting this morning that expectations for 16% growth in capex at S&P500 companies are too high given decelerating global macro-economic trends 
  • Microsoft is the largest public US company by market capitalization again at ~USD$828.1 billion 
  • Investor Intelligence, a technical analysis research site, suggests bullish stocks newsletter writers are at the lowest level since May 2016 at 38.3% of total stocks newsletter writers – typically, this is a contrarian signal and historically, has pointed to “bottoms” in corrections to stocks valuations
  • US President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to have dinner in Buenos Aires, Argentina during the G20 Summit 
  • US Fed Chair Jerome Powell will be speaking at the Economic Club of New York later today 
  • The VIX is moving down this morning and is currently at 18.59 after closing at 19.02 yesterday
  • EEM December 21, January 2019, & March 2019 OTM Calls; HYG December 21 OTM Puts; and EWZ December 21 OTM Calls are some of the most actively traded options contracts in the US pre-market
  • US 10-Year Treasury Bonds are higher with yields down -0.37 basis points to 3.0535%
  • The US Treasury 2s-10s Spread has narrowed 0.37 basis points to 0.22%
  • WTI Crude is currently little changed at USD$51.74/bbl with the Brent-WTI spread up USD$-0.42 to USD$8.68/bbl
  • Gold is currently little changed -0.08% to USD$1214.04/oz

Stocks Trending in the News

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  • Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google has a plan to eradicate mosquitoes around the world that carry disease.  Google is releasing mosquitoes with a bacteria implanted that renders the hatched offspring unviable.  The vermin could be released around the world potentially eradicating vermin-borne diseases.  Alphabet is rated “Neutral” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas and “Attractive” in our US Information Technology Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • AXA SA (ENXTPA: CS) shares are trading slightly higher after the company’s CEO Thomas Buberl promised a more generous dividend policy in the future. Buberl’s comments come after AXA announced the USD$15.3bn acquisition of XL Group in March. AXA also raised its guidance for 2019 and 2020, citing additional synergies that will stem from the purchase of XL Group. AXA is rated “Neutral” in our European Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Campbell Soup Company (CPB) is considering Mark Clouse, the CEO of Pinnacle Foods (PF) to take over as CEO, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal today.    The article state that Campbell Soup will make its choice by the end of the year.  Campbell Soup said it is “considering a number of highly qualified candidates”.  Campbell Soup Company is rated “Neutral” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas and “Neutral” in our US Consumer Staples Global Top Stock Ideas.  Pinnacle Foods is rated “Top Short” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas
  • Continental AG (DB: CON) shares are trading lower on comments made by the company’s CFO regarding the first half of 2019. Continental CFO Wolfgang Schaefer said that tough business conditions, which have persisted in the second half of 2018, will continue through at least the first half of 2019, citing a weak Chinese market and Europe’s switch to a new system for emissions testing. Schaefer detailed further that Continental’s margins will suffer as a result of these issues. Continental is rated “Unattractive” in our European Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Danone SA (ENXTPA: BN) shares are trading slightly lower after Goldman Sachs cut its recommendation for the French food and beverage giant from “Neutral” to “Sell”.  Goldman Sachs also lowered its price target for Danone to 61 euros/share from 67 euros/share, implying an 8.1% downside from yesterday’s closing price. In a note, Goldman Sachs analyst John Ennis cited that current company organic sales growth guidance and consensus expectations are “optimistic” given the deteriorating demographic trends in China. Danone is rated “Attractive” in our European Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Deutsche Bank (DBK GR) may remove the senior executives that deal with regulators.  A Bloomberg article reports that regulators are frustrated with the bank’s inability to stop financial crimes.  Deutsche Bank has been trying to convince regulators it has improved compliance systems and processes, but they are not buying it.  Deutsche Bank officially has no comment on the matter, yet.  Deutsche Bank is rated “Neutral” in our European Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Discovery Inc (DISCA) has said in the event no Brexit deal is reached it is planning to move its European operation to the Netherlands.  Discovery fears remaining in the UK and not having the correct licenses to be able to broadcast into the EU.  Discovery is considering a move to Amsterdam.  Discovery is not rated on our Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Janus Henderson (JHG) forecasts choppy trading for global technology stocks in the first half of 2019, citing prospects of increased US tariffs on Chinese exports and slowing Chinese growth. Janus Henderson warned investors to be wary of “demand destruction” caused by the US-Sino trade war, which is currently in “uncharted” territory. Janus Henderson highlighted that, among FAANG stocks, Alphabet (GOOGL) and Facebook (FB) offer strong risk-reward potential. Janus Henderson is not rated in our Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • LafargeHolcim Ltd (LHN SW) said it plans to sell assets and streamline operations as it looks to boost profit.  LafargeHolcim Ltd is leaving its headquarters in Zurich and Paris and settling at a new location in Zug, Switzerland.  LafargeHolcim Ltd now expects ebitda to grow at least 5% annually with these moves, up from previous 3-5% growth guidance.  LafargeHolcim Ltd is rated “Top Short” in our European Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Microsoft (MSFT) closed yesterday with a market cap above that of Apple (AAPL).  Microsoft’s USD$828.1 billion market cap was about USD$1 billion more than Apple’s at the close.  This is after Apple has seen USD$300 billion in market cap evaporate recently as tech shares have suffered on trade concerns.  Microsoft is rated “Neutral” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas and “Attractive” in our US Information Technology Global Top Stock Ideas.  Apple is rated “Attractive” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas and “Attractive” in our US Information Technology Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Royal Bank of Canada (TSX: RY) reports FY4Q2018 financials that widely beat analysts’ consensus expectations. Notably, Royal Bank of Canada generated adjusted cash EPS of CAD$2.24 in FY4Q2018, beating the highest analyst estimates, which ranged between CAD$2.08 and CAD$2.15. Additionally, Royal Bank of Canada reported its highest domestic net interest margin in five years. Royal Bank of Canada is not rated in our Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Salesforce.com (CRM) reported results that topped analysts’ estimates.   Salesforce.com fiscal 3Q billings came at USD$2.89 billion while consensus was for USD$2.68 billion, a 27% jump.  Revenue guidance for fiscal 2020 is USD$16 billion while the company’s outlook of USD$23 billion in 2022 appears to be on track.  Salesforce.com is rated “Neutral” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas and “Top Buy” in our US Information Technology Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Tiffany and Co. (TIF) shares are falling after reporting CY3Q2018 earnings growth ahead of the holiday season that largely disappointed investors. Tiffany’s generated y/y same store sales growth of just 3% in 3Q while analysts expected growth of 5.6%. Despite lagging sales growth, Tiffany’s reported 3Q EPS in-line with analysts’ consensus of USD$0.77/share driven by a gross margin of 62.2% while analysts expected just 62.0%. Tiffany’s is rated “Neutral” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas and “Neutral” in our US Consumer Discretionary Global Top Stock Ideas.
  • Unilever (UNA NA) is in exclusive talks with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK LN) to acquire its nutrition business, according to the Financial Times.  The report does not mention a price as it has not been made public yet.   GlaxoSmithKline received offers from multiple players with Unilever’s coming in on top.  
  • United Technologies (UTX) officially announced that it will split into three independent entities yesterday, sending its bond prices higher. United Technology will spin off its Collins Aerospace Systems and Pratt & Whitney businesses, its Otis and Climate business, and its Controls & Security business to operate as three separate entities. Upon its separation, the three entities combined will pay a quarterly dividend of at least USD$0.745/share. The deal should add between USD$0.15/share and USD$0.20/share to the combined company’s adjusted EPS in 2019. United Technologies is rated “Attractive” in our US Large-Cap Global Top Stock Ideas and “Top Buy” in our US Industrials Global Top Stock Ideas.

 

European Stocks

  • European stocks are mixed this morning ahead of the G20 Summit in Argentina 
  • The Euro Stoxx 600 is currently up +0.14%, the FTSE 100 has declined -0.25%, the DAX has advanced +0.07%, and the CAC 40 has risen +0.19%
  • European tech stocks have caught a bid following a better than expected revenue forecast from Salesforces.com (CRM) 
  • FIS Group, with nearly 10% of its USD$10 billion in AUM allocated to emerging markets, is out recommending investors consider Russian stocks over Saudi Arabian stocks
  • Investor sentiment for European stocks is negative with the advance/decline ratio for the Euro Stoxx 600 currently at 0.8x
  • Industrial Goods & Services (+0.03%), Real Estate (+0.38%), and Health Care (+0.36%) stocks are the top performers in the Euro Stoxx 600 today
  • Retail (+1.19%), Telecommunications (+0.29%), and Construction & Materials (-0.18%) stocks are the worst performers in the Euro Stoxx 600 today
  • 60 stocks in the Euro Stoxx 600 are at 4-week highs while 55 stocks are at 4-week lows
  • 13 stocks in the Euro Stoxx 600 are overbought while 35 stocks are oversold according to the 16-day RSI Measure
  • VSTOXX, the European stocks equivalent of the VIX, is moving down this morning and is currently at 18.34 after closing at 18.86 yesterday
  • EUR€ is currently little changed against the USD$ at 1.1283
  • GBP£ is currently up +0.384% against the USD$ to 1.2796
  • CHF is currently little changed against the USD$ at 1.0008
  • German 10-Year Bunds are higher with yields down -0.8 basis points to 0.342%
  • UK 10-Year GILTs are higher with yields down -1.8 basis points to 1.374%

Asian Stocks

  • Asia stocks finished mixed in overnight trading with the major Asian stock markets rallying ahead of the beginning of the G20 Summit 
  • The Nikkei 225 finished up +1.02%, the Hang Seng ended up +1.33%, the Hang Seng China Enterprise up +1.14%, and the CSI 300 was +1.33%
  • Japanese stocks rebounded following comments by NEC Director Lary Kudlow that US President Trump is open to a trade deal with China (but is willing to impose additional tarriffs if talks don’t yield anything) 
  • Total turnover trends continue to be light with total volume traded in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai 10-20% lower than their 20-day moving averages
  • Investor sentiment for Japanese stocks finished positive with the advance/decline ratio for the Nikkei 225 closing at 1.53x
  • 34 stocks in the Nikkei 225 hit 4-week highs while 3 stocks reached 4-week lows
  • 5 stocks in the Nikkei 225 closed overbought while 7 stocks closed oversold according to the 16-day RSI Measure
  • Investor sentiment for Hong Kong stocks finished positive with the advance/decline ratio for the Hang Seng closing at 9x
  • 9 stocks in the Hang Seng hit 4-week highs while 1 stocks reached 4-week lows
  • 0 stocks in the Hang Seng closed overbought while 0 stocks closed oversold according to the 16-day RSI Measure
  • Japan 2-Year Government Bonds are lower with yields up 0.8 basis points to -0.132%
  • Japan 10-Year Government Bonds are lower with yields up 0.8 basis points to 0.1%
  • JGBs 2s-10s Spread has little changed 0 basis points to 0.23%
  • JPY¥ is currently little changed against the USD$ at 113.77

 

*Data in Price Return and Updated Real-Time (with a delay), Source: StockDio

Stock Sentiment

Top Stocks by 7-day News Volume

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Name 7 Day News
Volume
7 Day Average
News Buzz
1M EPS Net
Revisions
3M EPS Net
Revisions
1M EPS
% Chg
3M EPS
% Chg
Alphabet Inc 1751 5.71 15 7 -0.09% 2.18%
Morgan Stanley 487 5.86 1 3 -0.02% 3.62%
Microsoft Corp 484 5.43 31 30 -0.02% 4.79%
Goldman Sachs Group Inc/The 483 5.14 -1 18 -0.14% 3.0%
General Motors Co 476 5.43 21 16 5.54% 0.16%

Note: Please see our General FAQs to learn how we define and measure News Volume

Top Stocks by 7-Day Average News Buzz

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Name 7 Day News
Volume
7 Day Average
News Buzz
1M EPS Net
Revisions
3M EPS Net
Revisions
1M EPS
% Chg
3M EPS
% Chg
Walt Disney Co/The 183 8.14 -14 -13 0.72% -2.27%
Costco Wholesale Corp 68 7.86 6 9 0.07% 3.17%
BlackRock Inc 317 7.43 -2 5 -0.05% -3.62%
Colgate-Palmolive Co 26 7.43 -15 -19 -2.15% -4.8%
Visa Inc 114 7.14 0 4 -0.02% 4.64%

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Implied Volatility Data For Liquid Macro Index ETFs

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ETF 30D IV 30D IV
Percentile
90D IV 90D IV
Percentile
90D/30D IV 90D/30D IV
Percentile
30D IV-
20D HV
30D IV-20D HV
Percentile
90D IV-
60D HV
90D IV-60D HV
Percentile
SPY 17.1 88.49% 17.15 93.25% 1 21.23% -0.88 34.13% 0.16 38.1%
QQQ 23.03 85.71% 22.55 93.25% 0.98 30.75% -4.32 21.03% -3.43 23.02%
IWM 20.8 89.68% 19.75 91.67% 0.95 16.87% -0.34 28.17% 0.28 30.95%
FEZ 18.08 84.92% 17.23 86.9% 0.95 22.02% 1.11 57.54% 0.71 59.72%
EEM 25.65 95.24% 22.38 90.48% 0.87 2.38% 0.14 57.14% -1.4 31.35%

Note: Please see our Options FAQs to learn more about Implied Volatility and other advanced options volatility measures

S&P 500 Sector Performance

*Data in Price Return as of Previous Day's EOD, Source: StockDio

Russell 1000 Factor Performance

*Data in Price Return as of Previous Day's EOD, Source: StockDio

Stock Movers From Our US Large-Cap Model

Top Buy Winners and Losers

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Winners Ticker Sector Industry 1D Return 5D Return YTD
PG&E CORP PCG Utilities Electric Utilities 7.11% 14.8% -50.05%
VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS INC VZ Telecommunication Services Diversified Telecommunication Services 2.47% 0.05% 17.11%
NEXSTAR MEDIA GROUP NXST Consumer Discretionary Media 2.23% 7.46% 5.02%
WALGREENS BOOTS ALLIANCE INC WBA Consumer Staples Food & Staples Retailing 2.2% 1.93% 13.18%
HOME DEPOT INC HD Consumer Discretionary Specialty Retail 1.98% -0.21% -6.57%
 
Losers Ticker Sector Industry 1D Return 5D Return YTD
COSTAR GROUP INC CSGP Industrials Professional Services -3.61% 2.72% 19.23%
FIRST AMERICAN FINANCIAL CP FAF Financials Insurance -3.21% 1.21% -16.12%
RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL CORP RJF Financials Capital Markets -2.87% -1.28% -13.49%
BLACKBAUD INC BLKB Information Technology Software -2.67% 3.13% -29.02%
CDK GLOBAL INC CDK Information Technology Software -2.4% -1.24% -35.75%

Source: S&P Capital IQ, StockDio

Top Short Winners and Losers

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Winners Ticker Sector Industry 1D Return 5D Return YTD
ACADIA PHARMACEUTICALS INC ACAD Health Care Biotechnology -13.51% -6.38% -58.22%
FOSSIL GROUP INC FOSL Consumer Discretionary Textiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods -11.53% -3.3% 79.06%
MADRIGAL PHARMACEUTICALS INC MDGL Health Care Biotechnology -9.06% -7.89% 13.37%
NEUROCRINE BIOSCIENCES INC NBIX Health Care Biotechnology -6.94% -1.69% 7.96%
LAREDO PETROLEUM INC LPI Energy Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels -5.89% -7.65% -84.07%
 
Losers Ticker Sector Industry 1D Return 5D Return YTD
PENNEY (J C) CO JCP Consumer Discretionary Multiline Retail 4.26% 12.56% -88.81%
L BRANDS INC LB Consumer Discretionary Specialty Retail 3.68% -2.0% -51.92%
PATTERSON COMPANIES INC PDCO Health Care Health Care Providers & Services 3.42% 1.77% -32.92%
FIRST SOLAR INC FSLR Information Technology Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment 3.26% 2.09% -45.08%
GREENSKY INC GSKY Information Technology IT Services 3.02% 4.45% -96.68%

Source: S&P Capital IQ, StockDio

Cryptos

  • Cryptocurrency prices reversed overnight and are posting significant gains as the price of Bitcoin (BTC) is up 8.43% in the last 24 hours to trade above the USD$4,000 price level. Notably, Monero (XMR) and Stellar (XLM) are the top performers among the largest coins, posting gains of 12.17% and 11.63% in the last 24 hours to trade at USD$59.44/token and USD$0.1559/token, respectively. Among the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, only 4 are trading lower in the last 24 hours 
  • Jon Clayton, Chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) remarked while speaking at CoinDesk’s Consensus: Invest conference that he does not believe a cryptocurrency ETF can be approved until market manipulation concerns are addressed. “How that manipulation issue gets addressed, I don’t have a particular path. But it needs to be addressed,” said Clayton, adding, “The prices retail investors are seeing are the prices they should rely on, and free from manipulation -- not free from volatility, but free from manipulation.” 
  • Nasdaq, the world’s second largest stock exchange, is partnering with VanEck, a US investment firm, to launch a suite of, “transparent, regulated, and surveilled,” digital assets products, as per a tweet by VanEck’s director of digital asset strategy Gabor Gurbacs The joint partnership’s announcement comes just a day after Bloomberg reported that Nasdaq could launch Bitcoin (BTC) futures trading as early as 1Q2019. In his tweet, Gurbacs detailed that new products will leverage Nasdaq’s SMARTS Market Surveillance system in addition to VanEck’s MVIS digital asset pricing indices.  
  • The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) fintech innovation hub LabCFTC has published a “Primer on Smart Contracts” which discusses the blockchain-enabled technology’s functionalities, risks, and the CFTC’s role in the technology. The Primer on Smart Contracts is LabCFTC’s second fintech educational piece, the first of which came in October 2017 and pertained to virtual currencies. While the educational publication acknowledges the high potential of smart contracts, it goes on to discuss several risks and challenges regulators face when dealing with the technology -- specifically, the publication highlights operational, technical, and cybersecurity risks in addition to risks of fraud and manipulation. 
     

Cryptocurrencies Today

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Events Calendar

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Company Name Ticker Event Date Event Type Q-Factor Score
Tiffany & Co. TIF 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: C, US Consumer Discretionary: C
The J. M. Smucker Company SJM 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: B, US Consumer Staples: B
Burlington Stores, Inc. BURL 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: A, US Consumer Discretionary: B
Dick's Sporting Goods, Inc. DKS 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: C, US Consumer Discretionary: B
Veeva Systems Inc. VEEV 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: B
Box, Inc. BOX 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: D, US Information Technology: C
Future Land Development Holdings Limited SEHK:1030 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Jinchuan Group International Resources Co. Ltd SEHK:2362 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
China Grand Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Holdings Limited SEHK:512 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: B
China Ding Yi Feng Holdings Limited SEHK:612 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Tiangong International Company Limited SEHK:826 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Powerlong Real Estate Holdings Limited SEHK:1238 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Xtep International Holdings Limited SEHK:1368 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: A
Yihai International Holding Ltd. SEHK:1579 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: A
K. Wah International Holdings Limited SEHK:173 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: D
Colour Life Services Group Co., Limited SEHK:1778 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
CIMC Enric Holdings Limited SEHK:3899 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Dah Sing Financial Holdings Limited SEHK:440 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Li & Fung Limited SEHK:494 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: D
Country Garden Services Holdings Company Limited SEHK:6098 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: D
Lee's Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited SEHK:950 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Freeman FinTech Corporation Limited SEHK:279 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: F
China Water Affairs Group Limited SEHK:855 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: A
Dollar Tree, Inc. DLTR 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: C, US Consumer Discretionary: D
HP Inc. HPQ 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date US Large-Cap: B, US Information Technology: B
Haier Electronics Group Co., Ltd. SEHK:1169 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
First Pacific Company Limited SEHK:142 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Zhou Hei Ya International Holdings Company Limited SEHK:1458 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Tianli Education International Holdings Limited SEHK:1773 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: F
Youyuan International Holdings Limited SEHK:2268 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
The Bank of East Asia, Limited SEHK:23 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited SEHK:2319 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Agile Group Holdings Limited SEHK:3383 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
NewOcean Energy Holdings Limited SEHK:342 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: B
Shanghai Industrial Holdings Limited SEHK:363 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Beijing Enterprises Water Group Limited SEHK:371 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: B
Kasen International Holdings Limited SEHK:496 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
China Oriental Group Company Limited SEHK:581 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: A
Beijing Gas Blue Sky Holdings Limited SEHK:6828 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
TravelSky Technology Limited SEHK:696 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: B
Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Limited SEHK:1929 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: B
Bosideng International Holdings Limited SEHK:3998 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: B
Gold-Finance Holdings Limited SEHK:1462 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: C
Minshang Creative Technology Holdings Limited SEHK:1632 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: F
Hengan International Group Company Limited SEHK:1044 11/28/2018 Estimated Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: B
Affluent Partners Holdings Limited SEHK:1466 11/28/2018 Earnings Release Date China All-Cap: F

Source: S&P Capital IQ