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Recent MACD Bearish Crosses

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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have set MACD bearish crosses within the last week. A bearish crossover occurs when the MACD turns down and crosses below the signal line. Our algorithms use 12,26,9 as MACD parameters. This list is generated daily, ranked based on market cap and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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  • Bloomberg

    U.S. Cases Rise; Trump G-7 May Draw Fewer Leaders: Virus Update

    (Bloomberg) -- New York is targeting “hotspots” as New York City prepares to reopen in less than two weeks. U.S. cases increased 1.7%, faster than the one-week daily average.Attendance at a June U.S.-hosted meeting of world leaders could shrink because of the outbreak. Siemens Healthineers received U.S. emergency authorization for a coronavirus antibody test.European Union leaders urged the U.S. to reverse a decision to quit the World Health Organization. Italian cases trended lower as the government starts to allow travel, despite objections over letting people leave the hard-hit region near Milan.Key Developments:Virus Tracker: Cases top 6 million; deaths over 367,000Indonesia to open malls, entertainment sites as cases riseTexas shows the world how to reopen cautiously, for nowChinese vaccine expected to begin mass output soonRace to the freezer: Europe’s food glut has nowhere to goPizza chains have windfall on surge in takeout, deliveriesBaseball on ESPN: Korea’s major league plays through outbreakSubscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg’s Prognosis team here. Click VRUS on the terminal for news and data on the coronavirus. For a look back at this week’s top stories from QuickTake, click here.U.K., France Mull G-7 as Germany Skips (5 p.m. NY)The Covid-19 outbreak may deter German Chancellor Angela Merkel from attending a Group of Seven leaders meeting in the U.S., but other leaders are still in talks with the host, President Donald Trump.Trump spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday with “progress on convening the G-7” among the topics, the White House said. On Friday, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Trump “discussed the importance of leaders meeting in the U.S. in person, if possible,” according to Johnson’s office. A Merkel spokesman on Saturday said “she’s unable to confirm her personal participation” given the current state of events.The meeting was planned for Trump’s Doral resort in Florida, was moved to Camp David then became a video conference because of the pandemic. Trump is pushing the G-7 leaders to travel to the U.S. for an in-person meeting.U.S. Cases Rise 1.7%, Above Week’s Average (4 p.m. NY)U.S. cases increased 1.7% from the same time Friday, to 1.76 million, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg News. The national increase exceeded the average daily increase of 1.3% for the past week and was the biggest percentage rise since May 22. Deaths climbed 1.2% to 103,389.New York reported 1,376 new cases, for a total of 369,660, with 67 deaths -- the same as Friday and the fifth day of fatalities under 75. Deaths totaled 23,848.New Jersey had 910 new cases, pushing the total to 159,608, with 113 new deaths for a total of 11,634, Governor Phil Murphy reported.California reported 2,992 new cases, for a total of 106,878, and added 88 deaths, with the fatality count at 4,156.Pennsylvania reported 680 new cases, for a total of 71,415, and 73 new deaths, to total 5,537, the state health department said.Florida’s cases rose 1.7% to 55,424 and deaths rose to 2,447, the health department said.Greece Allows More Flights from Mid-June (3:30 p.m. NY)Greece will allow visitors from more nations, including the U.S. and U.K., to arrive at Athens and Thessaloniki airports starting June 15, the Foreign Ministry said. After July 1, flights can land at all Greek airports.The government will use the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s list of airports to determine testing for arriving passengers. If travel originates at an airport not on the affected-area list, then visitors are subject to random tests, the Foreign Ministry said. If the journey begins at an airport on the EASA list, then visitors who test negative will self-quarantine for seven days and if positive will be under supervised quarantine for 14 days.Greece will reopen borders with Albania, Bulgaria and North Macedonia on June 15, the Foreign Ministry said with visitors subject to random tests. Arrivals by sea will begin July 1.French Cases Inch Higher (2:10 p.m. NY)France reported 57 new deaths, raising the total to 28,771, based on hospital data, with reporting of nursing-home fatalities delayed to Tuesday. New cases climbed by 1,828, or 0.8%, to 225,898.FDA Authorizes Siemens Antibody Test (2:10 p.m. NY)Siemens Healthineers AG received U.S. Food and Drug Administration emergency use authorization for a coronavirus antibody test, used to identify recent or prior infection in humans. The company had expected the test to be available by late May and aims to produce more than 50 million tests a month starting in June.N.Y. Targets NYC ‘Hotspots’ (2 p.m. NY)Governor Andrew Cuomo said the state plans to get New York City reopened by focusing on “hotspots” -- neighborhoods where positive cases can be nearly 50% and are largely in minority communities. The city average rate is about 20%.“We have work to do but we’ll still get it done by June 8,” he said.Cuomo also signed a law to compensate the families of hundreds of essential workers who have died in the outbreak.Italy Cases on Declining Trend (12:01 pm NY)Italy reported 416 new cases, up from 516 a day earlier, confirming a declining trend as the total reached 232,664. Total deaths rose to 33,340. The government confirmed plans to allow travel between regions starting June 3 even as some regional governors opposed letting people from the hard-hit Lombardy region move freely.N.Y. Daily Deaths Unchanged (11:45 a.m. NY)New York reported 67 new deaths, Governor Andrew Cuomo said at a Saturday press conference. The figure is the same as reported on Friday and the fifth straight day below 75 fatalities. The state reported 1,376 new cases, for a total of 369,660.U.K. Permits Live Sports Events (11:30 a.m. NY)The U.K. will allow live sports events, without spectators, and further relax restrictions on physical exercise starting Monday as the country eases lockdown measures.Horse racing will be allowed behind closed doors, with other sports like soccer, rugby, cricket, golf and snooker to follow, but without fans, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said at a press conference. “British sports recovery has begun,” Dowden said.England’s Premier League plans to resume matches on June 17, after consulting with the clubs, players and managers, Chief Executive Richard Masters said after the government announcement.Spain Deaths Rise (11:25 a.m. NY)The Spanish health ministry said total coronavirus cases increased by 271 to 239,228 in the past 24 hours. Total fatalities rose to 27,125 with 43 new deaths reported in the past seven days.Somalia Votes in 2021, Despite Outbreak (10:30 a.m. NY)Somalia will push ahead with elections in early 2021, Prime Minister Hassan Ali Kheyre said after a cabinet meeting, removing doubt that the spread of Covid-19 will delay the vote.The Horn-of-Africa nation is seeking debt relief as the pandemic adds to its woes, from an insurgency to locusts. It has almost 2,000 cases and a health system ill-equipped to handle the outbreak.South Africa Allows Domestic Flights (10:20 a.m. NY)South Africa will permit air travel from four main airports starting Monday as the nation eases lockdown measures. Limited domestic flights will be allowed for business, and passengers must give a reason, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said in a televised briefing on Saturday.India to Ease Lockdown in Stages (8:52 a.m. NY)India announced a phased lifting of the nationwide lockdown by allowing malls, restaurants and places of worship to open from June 8, the interior ministry said in a statement.The country, which had enforced sweeping and strict stay-at-home orders from March 25, will limit the stringent rules to areas that have a large number of active cases. Authorities will decide to open schools and colleges in July, while international air travel will resume in the final phase. The exit plan comes even as India has been unable to flatten its curve despite the restrictions which have left its already troubled economy in deep disrepair.EU Urges U.S. to Reconsider WHO Decision (8:24 a.m. NY)The European Union called on the U.S. to reconsider its decision to terminate its relationship with the World Health Organization, which President Donald Trump has accused of being too deferential to China.“Global cooperation and solidarity through multilateral efforts are the only effective and viable avenues to win this battle the world is facing,” according to a joint statement Saturday from European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and the bloc’s chief foreign envoy, Josep Borrell. “We urge the U.S. to reconsider its announced decision.”Portugal’s Virus Cases Slow (8:04 a.m. NY)Portugal reported 257 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, taking the total to 32,203, after recording more than 300 infections in each of the two previous days, the government said. The increase in new cases has been mostly in the greater Lisbon area and led the government on Friday to delay the planned reopening of malls in that region. The number of cases in intensive care units fell to 63 on Saturday, remaining at the lowest level since March.Macau’s Economy Shrinks by Almost Half (6:46 a.m. NY)Macau’s economy posted a deeper contraction in the first quarter as lockdown measures introduced to contain the virus outbreak hit revenue from gambling, hotels, and tourism.Gross domestic product in Macau plummeted 48.7% in the first three months of 2020, according to the city’s statistics department. That is the fifth straight quarterly decline.Belgium’s Socialists Propose $41.7 Billion Stimulus (6:14 a.m. NY)Paul Magnette, the head of Belgium’s Socialist party, proposed a 37.6 billion-euro ($41.7 billion) stimulus package to combat the economic toll of the global pandemic, according to an interview with Le Soir. The aid would target catering, cultural and health-care industries, he said.Iran Reports Fewer New Cases (6:12 a.m. NY)Iran’s infection tally rose to 148,950 as the daily number of new cases dropped to 2,282 from 2,819 on Friday, the highest daily number of cases in eight weeks. The virus death toll reached 7,734 with 57 more deaths overnight.S&P Sees Abu Dhabi, Bahrain Economies Shrinking (5:20 p.m. HK)Abu Dhabi’s economy will contract 7.5% this year, S&P Global Ratings said, citing lower oil production and the pandemic.Bahrain’s economy will shrink 5% this year because of low oil prices, although government stimulus measures should provide some support, S&P said. The ratings company expects Bahrain’s economy to rebound in 2021 as oil prices recover and regional activity increases.Indonesia Gears Up for Post-Holiday Return (5:02 p.m. HK)Indonesia’s capital Jakarta is anticipating one million vehicles will enter the city as people return from Eid al-Fitr holidays. Traffic, including motorcycles, is projected to peak from Saturday to Monday, according to a Cabinet Secretariat statement. While the figure is lower compared to the 2.8 million vehicles recorded last year, the flow of so many travelers is raising concern as the nation’s coronavirus cases grow.Indonesia now has the highest coronavirus death toll in Southeast Asia, with 1,573 people succumbing to the disease as of Saturday. New cases have more than doubled in May, with the total reaching 25,773.Uzbekistan Extends Lockdown (3:36 p.m. HK)The Uzbek government has decided to extend lockdown restrictions until June 15. Central Asia’s most populous nation has confirmed 3,513 cases of infection of the coronavirus, with 14 deaths and 2,728 recoveries.Singapore Reports 506 New Cases (3:30 p.m. HK)Singapore reported 506 new infections as of Saturday, according to a statement from its Health Ministry. A vast majority of the additional infections are of work permit-holders who live in foreign workers’ dormitories, according to the statement. The ministry is expected to provide additional details in the evening, it added.Chinese Vaccine Expected to Begin Mass Output This Year (3:25 p.m. HK)A front-running Covid-19 vaccine being developed in China is expected to be available as soon as the end of this year, according to a report published in the official Wechat account of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission.The vaccine, jointly developed by the Beijing Institute of Biological Products and China National Biotec Group Co., has completed phase II testing and may be ready for the market at the end of this year or early next year, said the report.The production line for the vaccine will be fully disinfected and closed in preparation for output to start Saturday, and will have a manufacturing capacity of 100 million-120 million vaccines each year.Iran Lifts Restriction on Shopping Hours (2:26 p.m. HK)Iran has lifted a restriction on the operating hours of shopping malls in the latest step of reopening the economy. Meanwhile, all mosques in the country will be open to worshipers for daily prayers three times a day, President Hassan Rouhani said in a national coronavirus taskforce briefing broadcast on state TV.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • 3 Ways to Invest in the Acceleration of E-Commerce That Aren't Amazon
    Motley Fool

    3 Ways to Invest in the Acceleration of E-Commerce That Aren't Amazon

    Online sales have exploded during the coronavirus pandemic, as consumers try to stay home more. Online sales at Walmart, Target, and Best Buy in the first quarter increased by 74%, 141%, and 155%, respectively. Meanwhile, the 800-pound gorilla that is Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) continued its steady march, growing global online sales by 24% (Amazon's fiscal quarter ends a month before the other retailers mentioned).

  • Atlassian Corporation PLC (TEAM) Up 19.2% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Continue?
    Zacks

    Atlassian Corporation PLC (TEAM) Up 19.2% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Continue?

    Atlassian Corporation PLC (TEAM) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

  • Better Buy: Activision Blizzard vs. NVIDIA
    Motley Fool

    Better Buy: Activision Blizzard vs. NVIDIA

    Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) and NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) are pillars of the video game industry. Meanwhile, many of the millions of PC gamers are using NVIDIA's graphics cards, and the company claims to serve more than 200 million gamers with its GeForce family of graphics processing units (GPUs) and is the market share leader in the discrete GPU market. With more people at home since March, Activision Blizzard reported high engagement levels across most of its games.

  • Zoom Earnings: Will They Keep the Stock's Coronavirus-Fueled Surge Going?
    Motley Fool

    Zoom Earnings: Will They Keep the Stock's Coronavirus-Fueled Surge Going?

    Zoom Video stock has soared 164% in 2020, so expectations are high for the videoconferencing specialist's Q1 earnings.

  • Why Moderna Stock Jumped 10.7% Today
    Motley Fool

    Why Moderna Stock Jumped 10.7% Today

    Shares of Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) rose more than 10% on Friday after the biotechnology company announced the commencement of its Phase 2 study for its novel coronavirus vaccine. Moderna said the first participants in each age group of its Phase 2 study have received doses of its experimental COVID-19 vaccine, mRNA-1273. Moderna is seeking to enroll 600 healthy participants, including 300 people aged 18-55 and 300 people older than 55.

  • USO Oil ETF Faces U.S. Probes Over Investor Risk Disclosures
    Bloomberg

    USO Oil ETF Faces U.S. Probes Over Investor Risk Disclosures

    (Bloomberg) -- A popular exchange traded fund that uses complex derivatives to track oil is being investigated by U.S. regulators over whether its risks were properly disclosed to investors, scrutiny triggered by crude’s historic slump during the coronavirus crisis, said three people familiar with the matter.The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission have both opened probes into the $4.64 billion United States Oil Fund, said the people who asked not to be named because the matter is private. The fund has lost 75% of its value this year.Issues the agencies are examining, the people said, include whether shareholders were adequately informed that the ETF’s value wouldn’t necessarily move in tandem with the spot price of oil and the fund’s recent decision to purchase crude contracts that expire further out in the future. The change in contracts USO was buying deviated from its past investment strategy.The inquiries into the ETF, known by its ticker USO, are in their early stages and may not lead to allegations of wrongdoing. United States Commodity Funds, the company that manages USO, hasn’t been accused of any misconduct by the SEC or CFTC.Senior executives at United States Commodity Funds didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment. Spokesmen for the SEC and CFTC declined to comment.The investigations are significant because USO has grown to be a dominant player in the market for crude futures. As it got bigger, the ETF attracted legions of mom-and-pop investors who saw it as an easy and simple way to wager on oil. These less sophisticated shareholders are among those who’ve endured heavy losses amid the oil rout, a plunge highlighted by the commodity’s first-ever slide into negative territory on April 20.Read More: For Creators of USO ETF, Troubles in Market Began a Decade AgoUSO rose 85 cents to close at $25.88 on Friday.USO has issued six disclosures to shareholders in the last two months noting changes to the fund’s investment strategy, which it has had to quickly rejigger in response to recent events. In the SEC filings, the ETF has said it’s buying longer-dated futures -- contracts that are typically less volatile than those that expire in the succeeding month.The shifts have led to concerns that USO could become increasingly disconnected from the spot oil price that it’s long sought to track. For its part, the fund emphasized in a Tuesday filing that it’s not a proxy for trading directly in oil markets, but carries many of the same risks. USO has also issued disclosures this month stating that its daily share moves may not correlate with changes in the price of oil and that “recent and unprecedented volatility” in crude markets demonstrates the potential risks of investing in the fund.USO buys futures, not physical oil. The fund mainly invests in CME Group Inc.’s benchmark West Texas Intermediate contracts. Its WTI holdings became huge in March as oil plunged, a drop triggered by falling demand during the coronavirus pandemic and a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia.Extreme ConcentrationEven before oil fell to minus $37.63 a barrel on April 20, investors who concluded the rout had bottomed out rushed to purchase shares of USO to bet on a rebound. That buying surge contributed to USO amassing a quarter of all outstanding front-month WTI contracts, those which are closest to expiring. Such extreme concentration prompted CME to inform USO in late April that it was placing limits on the fund’s holdings of June, July, August and September contracts.The fund said in an April 24 SEC filing that investors should expect “continued deviations” between USO’s performance and the WTI benchmark, in part due to the new restrictions. The fund added that it might not be able to meet its objective of reflecting changes in the spot oil price.Risk ManagementUSO faces issues separate from regulators’ investigations. For instance, its sole broker, RBC Capital Markets LLC, has decided against adding new futures positions that would grow the size of the fund because of risk management concerns, according to a Tuesday SEC filing. In addition, USO has been awaiting SEC approval for more than a month to sell additional shares to investors eager to keep wagering on oil. WTI has rallied more than 75% in May, while USO has risen about 30%. In a filing on Friday, USO said that Marex Spectron will serve as an additional broker.Read More: Oil ETF Ensnared in Crude’s Crash Tries to Stave Off TurmoilSEC and CFTC officials have been in contact with each other about concerns related to USO, according to one person familiar with the matter. The CFTC also issued a rare public warning last week to retail investors to highlight the “unique risks” of commodity exchange traded products.“The value of the shares in the commodity pool may not track the value of the underlying asset over time,” the CFTC said in its May 22 statement. “This difference is because unlike with stocks, a futures contract cannot be held indefinitely in hopes that a fallen price will recover.”(Updates USO closing price in paragraph 7, updates with USO signing Marex Spectron as new broker in paragraph 13.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Atlassian Co-CEOs Adopt New 10b5-1 Trading Plans
    Business Wire

    Atlassian Co-CEOs Adopt New 10b5-1 Trading Plans

    Atlassian Corporation Plc (NASDAQ: TEAM), a leading provider of team collaboration and productivity software, today announced that Scott Farquhar and Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-CEOs, co-founders and directors of Atlassian, each adopted a new stock trading plan in February 2020 in accordance with guidelines specified under Rule 10b5-1 of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and the policies of Atlassian regarding stock transactions.

  • Oil Prices Slide As U.S.-China Tensions Return
    Oilprice.com

    Oil Prices Slide As U.S.-China Tensions Return

    The recent oil price rally appears to have stalled as tensions between the U.S. and China weigh on energy markets and the rebound in global demand appears to slow

  • Combined Shareholders’ Meeting of IPSEN S.A. Held on 29 May 2020
    Business Wire

    Combined Shareholders’ Meeting of IPSEN S.A. Held on 29 May 2020

    Combined Shareholders’ Meeting of IPSEN S.A. Held on 29 May 2020

  • Here's Why Zoom Stock Has Been Soaring -- and What to Expect Going Forward
    Motley Fool

    Here's Why Zoom Stock Has Been Soaring -- and What to Expect Going Forward

    Following a more than doubling of its stock over the last six months, expectations are high going into the videoconferencing company's earnings report next week.

  • Wells Fargo Corporate Risk Announces Enhanced Organizational Structure and New Leaders
    Business Wire

    Wells Fargo Corporate Risk Announces Enhanced Organizational Structure and New Leaders

    Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) today announced the appointment of two new Corporate Risk leaders and an enhanced organizational structure designed to provide greater oversight of all risk-taking activities and a more comprehensive view of risk across the company. The new risk model will have five line-of-business Chief Risk Officers (CROs) along with other teams aligned by risk type, each reporting to Wells Fargo CRO Mandy Norton.

  • AstraZeneca's Blockbuster Lung Cancer Drug Has a Huge Sales Boost Ahead
    Motley Fool

    AstraZeneca's Blockbuster Lung Cancer Drug Has a Huge Sales Boost Ahead

    Recently reported clinical trial data on Tagrisso shows that it lowers the risk of disease recurrence or death by 83% for some classes of lung cancer patients.

  • Climate Crusaders vs. Big Oil: Who Will Win the Legal Row?
    Zacks

    Climate Crusaders vs. Big Oil: Who Will Win the Legal Row?

    Climate suits against Big Oil and other fossil fuel companies cruise to state court proceedings following Ninth Circuit's ruling.

  • Will Exxon and Chevron Cut Their Dividends?
    Motley Fool

    Will Exxon and Chevron Cut Their Dividends?

    Through good times and bad, the two oil giants have supported their dividends. Can they do it again this time around?

  • Better Buy: Spotify vs. T-Mobile
    Motley Fool

    Better Buy: Spotify vs. T-Mobile

    Spotify Technology (NYSE: SPOT) and T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) are on a roll this year. Spotify launched in 2008, and over a decade later is still experiencing phenomenal growth. The first-quarter results represent the third consecutive quarter of over 30% year-over-year growth in MAUs, while subscriber growth has consistently hovered around 30% for the past five quarters.

  • Where Will Shopify Be in 1 Year?
    Motley Fool

    Where Will Shopify Be in 1 Year?

    However 2020 shapes up, the company's momentum could be unstoppable in a post-coronavirus economy.

  • Are Moderna’s Coronavirus Gains Over?
    Motley Fool

    Are Moderna’s Coronavirus Gains Over?

    Moderna shares have dropped from a record high. Here’s what hurt the stock -- and what could lead to recovery.

  • Why cable providers are expected to survive the rise in cord-cutting
    Yahoo Finance

    Why cable providers are expected to survive the rise in cord-cutting

    Cord-cutting is expected to accelerate through 2021, but some say the financial consequences for U.S. cable providers will be limited.

  • What to Expect in the Markets This Week
    Investopedia

    What to Expect in the Markets This Week

    Countries across the world release purchasing manager's indexes (PMIs). That plus U.S. employment data may give us a look at the current economic situation.

  • Here's the Under-the-Radar Biotech That Could Beat Moderna at Its Own Game
    Motley Fool

    Here's the Under-the-Radar Biotech That Could Beat Moderna at Its Own Game

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), who has himself been in the limelight in recent months, even singled out the biotech days ago for what he called its "quite promising" COVID-19 vaccine candidate. Moderna has deservedly received a lot of attention from the press and from investors. This under-the-radar biotech just might even beat Moderna at its own game.