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Eldorado Resorts (ERI) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
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Why Cummins Stock Jumped 11.5% in July Despite Dismal Earnings
Cummins' focus on future technologies like hydrogen and fuel cells has caught investor attention.

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KiplingerJul 24, 2020
Stock Market Today: China Concerns, Stalling Stimulus Muddy Markets
Tensions with China seeped further into the market Friday as the U.S.-China trade deal returned to the picture, and deep losses for chipmaker Intel (INTC, -16.2%) didn't help, either.

In a Thursday coronavirus briefing, President Donald Trump said the pact "means less to me now than it did when I made it" as he continues to lay blame on China for the COVID-19 breakout. That, as well as China's demand that the U.S. close its Chengdu consulate - a retaliatory measure for a similar American order earlier this week - helped crack investor confidence.

14 Stocks to Sell or Stay Away From Senate Republicans' fiscal stimulus proposal was delayed again, too, with a reveal now expected on Monday.

Intel was a particular drag following its Thursday evening earnings report, when it admitted that its next-generation CPUs will be released six months later than expected.

"We believe the company's delay of its 7nm roadmap will foster fears of competitive pressures persisting, if not accelerating over the next 2-3 years and thereby cap the valuation on its shares," wrote Deutsche Bank analyst Ross Seymore, who downgraded the stock from Buy to Hold. "While INTC has successfully proven that it can generate solid revenue and earnings growth despite being behind on Moore's Law (a trend that likely persists into 2021), we believe fears of the announced 6-month 7nm delay extending to a 10nm-esque multi-year issue that eventually does impact fundamentals will likely keep INTC's shares range-bound until the company definitively proves otherwise."

The uncertainty was a boon for gold, which continued its breako

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