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

Good morning. In today’s newsletter Wall Street Before the Bell:

U.S. President Donald J Trump signed a stopgap funding bill on Thursday that would keep the federal government open through December 11

Initial jobless claims, week ended September 26 (850,000 expected, 870,000 during prior week

American Airlines and United Airlines have said they will cut a total of  32,000 jobs.

California is requiring more diverse corporate boards

Facebook will reject ads questioning election results

H&M the European company bounces back from coronavirus  

Google hardware event shows a lot of new gadgets

Moderna vaccine won’t be ready before election

The European Union has launched legal proceedings against the United Kingdom for a breach Brexit

DOJ opens ventilator antitrust probe focused on Medtronic (NYSE:MDT

PepsiCo (PEP) is expected to report adjusted earnings of $1.49 per share on $17.23 billion in revenue

‌Constellation Brands (STZ) is expected to report adjusted earnings of $2.53 per share on $2.19 billion in revenue

‌Conagra (CAG) is expected to report adjusted earnings of 57 cents per share on $2.61 billion in revenue

Aytu BioScience Inc. AYTU is now commanding a market cap of 146.75M and a float of 116.08M

 

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