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UBER.NY 4.80%
Uber Technologies – Said it could post its first profit on an adjusted basis in the current quarter, the company’s CFO said after market yesterday “With positive adjusted EBITDA in July and August, we believe Uber is now tracking towards adjusted EBITDA breakeven in Q3, well ahead of our prior guidance,”. The company said last month riders returned to its platform in greater numbers in July, and that it expects the trend to continue in the coming months, together with strong food delivery orders. Uber now expects third-quarter adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization between loss of $25 million and profit of $25 million, compared to the prior forecast of a loss of $100 million.

Squeeze Stocks – Both SDC and AMC shares are bouncing back this morning trading higher premarket, SDC announced yesterday it plans to launch in france in beginning of q4 of 2021. The company “will introduce premium clear aligners, telehealth platform, whitening system at first france smileshop in paris.” SDC, AMC

Crypto Stocks – Another very volatile 24hrs for major crypto prices, fears continue to circulate over Chinese property group Evergrande who is facing a debt of $300 billion and possible collapse. On Monday the company’s Hong Kong-listed shares slid around 20 per cent as concerns of a collapse escalate and the possible fallout that could disrupt many markets, including cryptos. COIN, SOS, SI, MSTR, MARA, RIOT, BTBT

Vaccine Stocks – Back on watch trading mostly higher premarket, J&J the latest company to come out with data supporting the argument for a booster shot, the company released data yesterday showing a second shot of its COVID-19 vaccine given about two months after the first increased its effectiveness to 94% against moderate to severe disease, in a late-stage trial of up to 30,000 participants. An FDA advisory panel voted against the need for a third shot of the MRNa vaccines in the US outside of the high-risk, 65+ age group. JNJ, PFE, MRNA, BNTX

BROS.NY 1.82%
Dutch Bros – Trading near recent highs premarket after the recent IPO reversed an early gap down yesterday to rally more than 24% on the session.

AAPL.NQ 0.93%
Apple Inc – Set to open higher after yesterday’s mega-cap tech selloff, the company announced plans to develop iPhone features to help identify depression and cognitive decline. The features would use sensor data to help detect these health issues according to the WSJ.

NNVC.NQ 44.33%
NanoViricides Inc – The company’s Remdesivir-Encapsulated COVID-19 Therapy shows encouraging preclinical safety profile.

RWLK.NQ 23.85%
Rewalk Holdings – Micro-cap medical equipment maker up on little to no catalyst this morning, $60m market cap, 45m free float.

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