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Welcome to Seeking Alpha's Stocks to Watch - a preview of key events scheduled for the next week. Follow this account and turn the e-mail alert on to receive this article in your inbox every Saturday morning.

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin trek to visit China early next week in a bid to make progress on a trade deal before the truce between the two nations ends on March 1. Meanwhile, Congressional negotiators are inching closer to a bipartisan deal to send to President Trump ahead of the February 15 deadline. Also decidedly in the mix, President Trump is expected to sign an executive order banning Chinese telecom equipment from U.S. wireless networks at some point next week. Closer to the heart of energy traders, OPEC's monthly oil market report is due out on February 12. While on the macroeconomic front, reports on consumer prices and retails sales bring the focus back to the U.S. consumer. For those scoring at home, the Dow and the Nasdaq are looking to record their eighth weekly gain in a row.

Notable earnings reports: Diamond Offshore Drilling (DO), Chegg (CHGG) and Restaurant Brands (QSR) on February 11; Activision Blizzard (ATVI), Under Armour (UAA), Shopify (SHOP), Twilio (TWLO) and Groupon (GRPN) on February 12; Cisco (CSCO), Yelp (YELP), Teva Pharmaceutical (TEVA) and MGM Resorts (MGM) on February 13; Nvidia (NVDA), Baidu (BIDU), Coca-Cola (KO), Applied Materials (AMAT), CBS (CBS) and Arista Networks (ANET) on February 14; PepsiCo (PEP), Deere (DE), Newell Rubbermaid (NWL) and Dana (DAN) on February 15. See Seeking Alpha's Earnings Calendar for the complete list of earnings reporters.

IPOs expected to price: Anchiano Therapeutics (ANCN) on February 11; Virgin Trains USA (VTUS) on February 12; TCR2 Therapeutics (TCRR), Cibus (CBUS) and

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Comments (53)

You were wrong on bgg div. increase!!
souravagar profile picture
Thanks for the content. Nice article
Thanks for the content!!! This is extremely useful
Higher 4 Longer profile picture
Thanks for this update article!
There appears to be bad data or a bad link in the "IPOs Expected to Price" section of the article. The link for VTUS (Virgin Trains USA), when hovered-over shows stock name Assembly Biosciences, which should be ASMB. (Minor issue, but could confuse someone who is tired or casually looking at the pop-up window.)
VIPs on Monday
NVDA could possibly visit new lows in pps after they give earnings results & guidance. If NVDA does indeed set new lows in pps, I'll be a buyer & add to my shr count. It will be a gift for those who like to accumulate shrs at lower pps.
blanck1 profile picture
Why not put the listings in alphabetical order, by symbol. It would make it much easier to locate the stocks we are interested in.
Blanck, I feel the same way, easier to search for stocks you own or watch. Got to be a simple tech algo to automatically produce that list based on symbols..
howard2374 profile picture
Personnally, I liked the breakout of the stocks and topics the way it is presented. Anyone can go to Invest.com, or any other on-line investing site and find out about a particular stock. By categories enables a comparison with peers. But, to each his/her own.
Calculus profile picture
AT&T pro am team collects winning check of $150 million us dollars at Pebble Beach this Sunday as "first clue there may be a problem with the money..
jesus7 profile picture
Might be time to look at Nvidia, no competition and no price cut's; albeit much lower volume.
The title of this seems misleading.
Ivybanks profile picture
Restasis had a hell of a run considering when approved, the FDA panel commented that it performed "barely better than the placebo".
You missed Hasbro increasing their dividend.
Hasbro needs something good, that's for sure...
I am disappointed in their dividend increase after several years of double digit percentage increases. After all, their dividend payout ratio of 57% could easily have afforded a couple pennies more per quarter. That is a bit disturbing in that it says something about their future if they think they can't afford a bigger increase.
So why didn't T call it 4ge, (instead of 5ge), and avoid the confusion and controversy?

Bet you can guess why.
Nice divvy increase for NEE!
They come through steady as she goes !!
09 Feb. 2019
Thanks for these updates!
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