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ASML Jan 2026 880.000 call

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    The Trump trade, CDK cyberattack: Asking for a Trend

    On today's episode of Asking for a Trend, Host Josh Lipton break down some of the biggest stories and trends impacting markets. The cyberattack on CDK Global, the software provider for car dealerships across the US and Canada, led to system outages for auto dealers across North America. Meanwhile, prices for new cars remain well above pre-pandemic levels. CoPilot founder and CEO Pat Ryan explains that the hack "really threw the industry back to the Stone Age in a lot of ways because with the systems locked down, they [car dealerships] couldn't do business the way they are." He also points to "structural increases in car prices" leading to consumer pressures: "We're still up over 30% from pre-COVID. So there's sticker shock for people who have bought a car since before COVID. And then when you add in that most cars are bought with financing, about 80% of cars. And so when your car is bought with financing, interest rates go up and prices go up. That has a compounding effect that has really made them unaffordable." The tech sector was dealt a major blow in Wednesday's trading session as chip giants like Nvidia (NVDA), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSM), and ASML Holding (ASML) sank in the day's session. Meanwhile, signs of a so-called "Trump Trade" are ringing throughout Wall Street, specifically with interest in M&A activity which could see a pullback if the former president were to take the White House once again. Yahoo Finance markets reporter Josh Schafer joins the show to break down the latest market trends for July 17. The Russell 2000 (^RUT), an index tracking small caps, broke its 5-day winning streak at market close on Wednesday. Market Domination Anchor Julie Hyman breaks down the latest data pointing to potential signs of a rotation out of Big Tech. Warner Bros. Discovery's (WBD) TNT may be losing out on the media rights to the NBA as Comcast (CMCSA) has reportedly reached a deal with the basketball giant. In addition, Disney's (DIS) ESPN and Amazon's (AMZN) Prime Video platform will be paying the NBA more for their game rights. Although Warner Bros. has the option to match the incoming offers, LightShed Partners media and technology analyst Rich Greenfield doubts it will: "I don't believe that Warner Bros. really wants to spend 1.8 plus billion dollars on a rights package for a much smaller package with less playoff games." Catch more Yahoo Finance coverage on the media and streaming landscapes as part of this week's Media, Streaming, & Investing: What's Next special. This post was written by Melanie Riehl

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    Chip stocks under pressure, pharmaceuticals rise: Morning Brief

    On today's episode of Morning Brief, hosts Seana Smith and Madison Mills break down the market open and some of the biggest stories hitting the market. The major market averages (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC) are under pressure Wednesday morning, with the Nasdaq Composite falling by over 300 points — or over 1.6% — as semiconductor stocks drag down the tech-heavy indexes. As a new report from Bloomberg outlines the Biden administration's plans for stricter trade regulations on chip exports to China, Principal Asset Management chief global strategist Seema Shah explains: "In a way, this is not unexpected. I think everyone has been anticipating that,as you see this continuation of US-China tensions, that, unfortunately, some of these chip makers, technology almost falls right into the spotlight." However, InsingerGilissen senior analyst Jos Versteeg believes ASML (ASML) will continue to perform well despite the news, saying, "When you look at China, China semiconductor manufacturing, they are using mainly low-end chips and the US wants them to keep on producing low-end chips because the world needs it." Meanwhile, the US political landscape is heating up. In a recent Bloomberg interview, former President Donald Trump said he would allow Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell to complete his term if reelected, as long as Trump thinks Powell is "doing the right thing." However, Trump doesn't think the Fed should cut rates before the election in November because that could help President Biden's reelection prospects. Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk, who recently backed Trump in the 2024 election, announced on X, formerly Twitter, that he plans to relocate the headquarters of both SpaceX and X to Austin, Texas. This move is in response to a new California law regarding transgender rights in schools, bringing increased rhetoric to some of the biggest issues dominating the November election. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) posted its second quarter earnings Wednesday morning, beating estimates on its top and bottom lines. However, the pharmaceutical giant slashed its full-year profit forecast. Shares of Roche (ROG.SW) are also moving higher on Wednesday as the company reported positive results from its obesity drug trial for a once-a-day oral pill currently labeled CT-996. This post was written by Melanie Riehl

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    ASML pullback shouldn't worry investors: Analyst

    Shares of ASML Holding (ASML) and other semiconductor stocks are falling Wednesday morning in response to a Bloomberg report outlining the Biden administration's plans for stricter trade regulations on chip exports to China. InsingerGilissen senior analyst Jos Versteeg joins Morning Brief to give insight into the chip sector and why he believes ASML will continue to perform well. "I don't think that the immigration implications are so bad for ASML. When you look at China, China semiconductor manufacturing, they are using mainly low-end chips and the US wants them to keep on producing low-end chips because the world needs it," Versteeg comments. "Some years ago, there was a very interesting report from the [US] National Security [Commission for Artificial Intelligence] led by [Chairman] Eric Schmidt and it was said that the US should prevent China from becoming better and better in AI, because who is the best in AI will win the next war." ASML shares have pulled back despite reporting a beat on second-quarter earnings, though the stock is up by over 30% year-to-date in 2024. "When you invest in these kind of tech companies, you can get a very, very nice performance. But now and then, there's a rainy day, and that's the way I see it. So just from the beginning of the year, you're still in a big profit. So I actually don't worry about it," Versteeg says. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino