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Goodbye to Yahoo

By Tue, May 4, 2021

Hey Scoopers,

After a week full of better-than-expected earnings reports, investors came back optimistic from the weekend pause. — More on that in the “Overall Market” section.

Beyond the overall market, a supermarket chain closed a deal with a drone company to offer express drone deliveries. Meanwhile, a biotech company disappointed investors after forecasting a delay in COVID-19 vaccine deliveries. — More on that in the “What’s Up?” and “What’s Down?” sections.

By the way, do you think there is still space for another competitor in the digital advertising business? — More on that in the “Water Cooler” section.

But, first, here is a recap of what happened in the market yesterday:

Market Recap

  • U.S. markets: The stock market ended mixed on Monday. Scroll down to the “Overall Market” section to read more.
  • Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin‘s price declined to $55K per coin.

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Ready For More

The stock market ended mainly in the green zone on Monday.

Although the Nasqad index slipped 0.48% at the end of the session, both the Dow Jones index and the S&P 500 index logged positive results. After 86% of the S&P 500 index companies beat first-quarter earnings expectations last week, investors came back on Monday confident that the remaining companies will also outperform analysts’ estimates along the week. Furthermore, the markets point that the better-than-expected Q1 earnings reports wave will be the best one since 2008.


Order is on the Way

So, what happened?

Shares of Kroger (Ticker: KR) were up by more than 2% on Monday. The supermarket chain announced it is testing a drone-delivered groceries program. The company would partner up with Telegrid Technologies to launch a pilot program at a Kroger store in Ohio. The company also stated the test deliveries would begin this week. Moreover, Kroger guaranteed that only licensed Drone Express pilots would conduct the flights, ensuring that all of its drones operate safely according to FAA regulations.


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Delayed Delivery

So what happened?

Shares of Novavax (Ticker: NVAX) were down by more than 17% on Monday. The dip came after rumors that the company will only begin delivering its COVID-19 vaccine near the end of 2021. Furthermore, whistleblowers stated that Novavax would only deliver a significant part of the 200 million doses in 2022. Although the company is close to signing a vaccine deal with the European Union, investors believe that the delayed delivery could impact Novavax’s balance sheets in the future.


Goodbye to Yahoo

So what happened?

Verizon (Ticker: VZagreed to sell Yahoo and AOL to a private equity company.

After purchasing AOL in 2015 and Yahoo in 2017, the telecom announced that it agreed to sell both companies for $5 billion to Apollo. Although Verizon bought both companies to compete against other major advertising companies, the project did not land the expected results. Despite selling the companies for only half of the purchase price, Verizon only found one bidder. Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg said that Yahoo and AOL did an incredible job for Verizon. Moreover, he stated that both companies still have enormous growth potential.

Furthermore, Verizon classified the sale as a golden opportunity as the mobile phone giant would focus on building and expanding its 5G network in North America. Following Verizon’s announcements, Apollo stated that the company believes there is still space for competitors in the digital advertising business. The company also expects the overall industry to expand as the economy recovers and enters a post-pandemic rebound.

It seems that Apollo is unafraid to compete for digital ad revenue against big competitors until it finds a new buyer.

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About the Author

Felipe Nebesnyj is an Economics student who is passionate about the stock market and investing in the market. Originally from Brazil, he is working and studying in the U.S. and started learning about and researching the stock market at 16. Before joining Stock Card, Felipe worked on multiple stock market research projects that gave him the necessary knowledge and confidence to put into his stock market analyst career at Stock Card. Last but not least, he is an excellent violinist and enjoys video games.