After the Bell Winners and Losers. Stocks to Watch October 1, 2020

 

 

Doc Rivers agrees to be next head coach of Philadelphia 76ers.

Microsoft lowers its price to compete with  MacBook Air with a new $549 laptop.

Google will  pay content creators more than $1B for news content.

Facebook sues two companies engaged in data scraping operations. Israeli-based BrandTotal Ltd. and Unimania Inc., are the business being sued.

Nicki Minaj gives birth to her first child.

President Trump aide Hope Hicks tests positive for the coronavirus. President Trump awaiting Covid-19 result for himself as of 9:47 PM Eastern Time 10-01-2020.

Coronavirus stimulus discussions end so far with no deal- Pelosi still will resume talks soon.

Amazon reports more than 19,000 workers got Covid-19 across front line workers.

Nikola shares rise  as high as 31% after management confirms production targets but ended up closing with a gain of 17.7% at the close. Nikola (NASDAQ:NKLA) announces that it has appointed Steve Shindler as a new independent director to replace Lonnie Stalsberg.

Walmart will hire 20,000 workers to help with  shipping and packing orders this holiday season.

Etsy (ETSY +8.5%) – Etsy’s Q3 gross merchandise sales growth should beat consensus marks.

September job growth will most likely be less be less than August.

Ford set to  replace its CIO and CMO, to be announced shortly. Ford will invest  more in emerging growth areas including electric vehicles,  and self-driving cars.

DraftKings Stock rose 5.1% to 61.83 today.

Tesla (TSLA) will report third quarter delivery and production metrics this week. Tesla had achieved record delivery volume.

 

 

Before the Bell and Stocks to Watch Thursday, October 1st

 

Why is Groupon Stock a Buy?

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