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MarketWatch Breaking NewsAug 06, 2020
European stocks open lower, while Dow futures edge higher
European stocks open lower, while Dow futures edge higher

Yahoo BusinessAug 06, 2020
Goldman Says Covid-19 Vaccine Approval Could Upend Markets
(Bloomberg) -- Investors should consider the risk of a successful coronavirus vaccine unsettling markets by sparking a sell-off in bonds and rotation out of technology into cyclical stocks, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.The increased probability of an approved vaccine by the end of November is underpriced by equity markets, wrote strategists including Kamakshya Trivedi in a note Wednesday. Over the next few months, the ramifications of the U.S. election and the evolution of the virus -- in part as schools reopen -- are also likely to be key drivers of the market, they said.Approval of a vaccine could "challenge market assumptions both about cyclicality and about eternally negative real rates," the team wrote, adding such a scenario may support steeper yield curves, traditional cyclicals and banks, while challenging the leadership of technology stocks.If this happened along with a change in the U.S. administration, emerging market equities could benefit "if trade policy risks diminish while U.S. tax risks rise," according to the note.While the strategists suggested it may be too early for investors to position themselves aggressively for such a shift, they recommended options trades as a way to play the theme. For example, some call options on the S&P 500 still look attractive, and Goldman sees upside to around the 3,700 level should there be an early vaccine.That compares with a potential downside target of 2,200 should there be a significant reversal of activity from a second wave of the virus, the

MarketWatch MarketPulseAug 05, 2020
Camping World shares fall despite meeting sales estimates amid surge in demand
Camping World Holdings Inc. [s:CWH] shares dropped in after-hours trading Wednesday after the RV retailer failed to meet earnings expectations despite meeting revenue estimates because of a surge in demand during the pandemic. Camping World shares fell 3% after hours, after rising 8% in the regular session to close at $42.29. The company reported second-quarter net income of $163.2 million, or $1.54 a share, compared with $52.6 million, or 46 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted earnings were $1.62 a share, adjusted for lease terminations, compensation and more. Revenue rose to $1.6 billion from $1.47 billion in the year-ago quarter. Analysts surveyed by FactSet had forecast earnings of $1.62 a share on revenue of $1.6 billion. Camping World shares are up 187% this year, compared with the S&P 500 Index [s:SPX], which is up 2.3% so far.

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Google Market NewsAug 05, 2020
US STOCKS-Disney's wonderful world helps lift Wall St - Yahoo Finance
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Google Business NewsAug 05, 2020
U.S. stock futures flat after Nasdaq hits another record, jobless claims data ahead - CNBC
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MarketWatch MarketPulseAug 05, 2020
Potbelly stock rallies after company's cash burn moderates
Shares of Potbelly Corp. rallied 10% in the extended session Wednesday after the restaurant chain selling sandwiches and other items reported a wider second-quarter loss but said its same-store sales improved toward the end of the quarter and that it now expects to have to permanently close fewer restaurants. Its weekly cash burn also trended lower throughout the quarter and is down about 75% from the early weeks of the pandemic, the company said. Potbelly said it lost $22.2 million, or 93 cents a share, in the quarter, compared with a net loss of $1.9 million, or 8 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted for one-time items, Potbelly lost 63 cents a share, compared with a loss of less than a penny a year ago. Revenues fell to $56.2 million from $105.6 million. Analysts polled by FactSet had expected an adjusted loss of 46 cents a share on sales of $65 million. Same-store sales "steadily improved throughout the quarter," from a late March low of down 68%, to a decline in the mid-20% range for June, the company said. Potbelly had $29.1 million in cash and kept $16.7 million available under a revolving credit facility, it said. Its total liquidity was $45.8 million, flat compared with $45.8 million at the end of the first quarter. Potbelly said it "continues to have constructive discussions" with landlords, resulting in 16 permanent shop closures and 187 leases renegotiated as of early August. It now expects to have to permanently close fewer than 50 stores, compared to up to 100 as it previously expected, the company said. Shares of Potbelly ended the regular trading session down 4.5%.

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