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These family cars sold the most in the month of February, giving tremendous response

इस साल कई MPV कारों को लॉन्च किया गया है ऐसे में जिन MPV कारों को फरवरी महीने में सबसे ज्यादा पसंद किया गया है हम उनके बारे में आज आपको बताने जा रहे हैं। MPV Cars नई दिल्ली: भारत के ऑटोमोबाइल सेक्टर ( Automobile Sector ) के लिए साल 2020 बेहद ख़ास है। दरअसल…

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Many MPV cars have been launched this year, so we are going to tell you today about the MPV cars that have been most liked in the month of February.

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New Delhi: of India's automobile sector The year 2020 is very special. Actually this year many MPV cars have been launched, so the MPV cars which have been most liked in the month of February, we are going to tell you about them today.

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Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

If you talk about the sale of Maruti Suzuki Ertiga in the month of February, then this figure 11, 782 is made of units. Yes in February 2020 in February 2019 has been recorded as a huge increase. Actually, in February last year, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga 7, 975 units sold Had happened.

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Toyota Innova Crysta

Toyota Innova Crysta if sales talk in February 2020 K5, 459 Units have been sold . Talking about the figures for the year 2019, Christa's sales compared to last year 18 Percentage Declined.

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Mahindra Bolero

Mahindra Bolero is very popular in India. If we talk about the sale in February, then the Bolero K4, 067 Units have been sold if February 2019 Speaking of, this sales figure was 7, 974 units. Bolero sales have dropped significantly this year.

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Renault Tribar

Renault Triber was launched in the year 2019. This car is being liked a lot, so if you talk about the sale then February 2020 3, 955 units of this car were sold is.

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Cramer’s week ahead: This earnings week will be a ‘tougher test’

For once, the stock market functioned like a stock market, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 260 points, or 1.11%, to 23,775.27, while the S&P 500 climbed 1.39% and the Nasdaq Composite advanced 1.65%.”February and March were hideous, so it’s okay that April’s giving us a bounce,” the “Mad Money” host said.It…

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For once, the stock market functioned like a stock market, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 260 points, or 1.11%, to 23,775.27, while the S&P 500 climbed 1.39% and the Nasdaq Composite advanced 1.65%.

“February and March were hideous, so it’s okay that April’s giving us a bounce,” the “Mad Money” host said.

It was just the 14th time that the Dow closed either up or down within 300 points in a single trading day since coronavirus fears struck the investment community in mid-February, sending the Dow down more than 38% from its peak close. During that same time period, the blue-chip average posted four-digit increases or declines in 15 sessions total.

The 30-stock index bottomed near 18,000 in late March and has since pared a chunk of its losses, though it remains about 20% off its 29,551.42 close on Feb. 12.

“[W]e’ve had a series of positive earnings reports from the packaged goods stocks to the railroads and even a casino,” Cramer said. “Next week’s a tougher test because it’s chock full of tech stocks, including some household names that have run up substantially from their March lows.”

Cramer commented on the corporate earnings reports he has circled on his calendar next week. All earnings and revenue estimates are based on FactSet projections.

Monday: NXP Semiconductors earnings

NXP Semiconductors reports first-quarter earnings after the market closes. The automotive and mobile chips producer will hold a conference call Tuesday morning.

  • Projected revenue: $2 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.41

“This is a chipmaker with a window into Apple, which reports on Thursday,” Cramer said, but “it’s worth focusing on just for the insight into Apple, even if they can’t actually mention Apple by name.”

Tuesday: PepsiCo, Caterpillar, 3M, Merck, Pfizer, Alphabet, Starbucks, Advanced Micro Devices earnings

PepsiCo reports first-quarter results before the morning bell.

  • Projected revenue: $13.2 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.03

Rival Coca-Cola saw a notable decline in its soft drink business, but “PepsiCo’s more diversified … they own Frito-Lay, and when people work from home they can’t resist; they snack,” Cramer said. “I bet they put up terrific numbers.”

Caterpillar reports before the market opens.

  • Projected revenue: $11 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.69

“[I]t will take a miracle for them to notch really decent results given how weak their end markets are,” he said. “Even though China’s rebounding, that’s less important for CAT than oil and gas, and they are in horrible shape.”

3M reports first-quarter earnings before the opening bell.

  • Projected revenue: $7.9 billion
  • Projected EPS: $2.03

“We know 3M’s masks are selling so well that they’re almost impossible to find,” he said, but “just like Caterpillar, many of their end markets stink.”

Merck reports results from the first three months of the year in the morning.

  • Projected revenue: $11.48 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.34

Pfizer reports quarterly results before the opening bell.

  • Projected revenue: $11.17 billion
  • Projected EPS: 70 cents

“Pfizer’s working on a COVID vaccine,” he said. “They’ve been playing it close to the vest, but … I’ve been hearing some good things.”

Alphabet reports its performance for the March quarter after the market closes.

  • Projected revenue: $41 billion
  • Projected EPS: $10.70

“The stock tends to get hit after earnings, then it spends the next three months recuperating,” he said. “So if you like this one, I recommend putting on half a position before the quarter [and] half after.”

Starbucks reports second-quarter earnings for fiscal 2020 after the closing bell.

  • Projected revenue: $5.9 billion
  • Projected EPS: 34 cents

“You don’t buy Starbucks for its near-term performance, people. You buy it for its long-term performance,” he said.

Advanced Micro Devices reports first-quarter results in the afternoon.

  • Projected revenue: $1.8 billion
  • Projected EPS: 18 cents

“Their last quarter was terrific, yet the stock foolishly got shelled anyway,” he said. “Let’s hope it goes and gives you another great buying opportunity like that again.”

Wednesday: General Electric, Facebook, Microsoft earnings

General Electric reports quarterly results before the market opens.

  • Projected revenue: $20 billion
  • Projected EPS: 8 cents

“It’s a 2021 stock,” Cramer said.

Facebook reports first-quarter earnings after the market closes.

  • Projected revenue: $17.4 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.75

“Facebook’s widely thought to be faltering because it has so much advertising exposure,” he said. “For once, I think the conventional wisdom is right.”

Microsoft reports quarterly earnings for its 2020 fiscal third quarter in the afternoon.

  • Projected revenue: $33.8 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.20

“Wall Street loves Microsoft as the anointed winner in tech,” he said.

Thursday: Kraft Heinz, Amazon, Apple, Gilead Sciences earnings

Kraft Heinz reports first-quarter earnings before the morning bell.

  • Projected revenue: $6 billion
  • Projected EPS: 54 cents

“The poor performance of Kraft Heinz is almost legendary, but I think even they can’t mess this up,” Cramer said. “It’s the gang that couldn’t shoot straight versus fish in a barrel. For once, you’ve got to bet on Kraft Heinz.”

Amazon reports results after the closing bell.

  • Projected revenue: $73 billion
  • Projected EPS: $6.32

“I think Amazon’s in great shape, but the stock’s run so much that they may have trouble with clearing that incredibly high bar they’ve set for themselves,” he said. “That said, I wouldn’t put it past them. You don’t hire 175,000 people because you don’t have a lot of business.”

Apple reports fiscal 2020 second-quarter earnings in the afternoon.

  • Projected revenue: $54.8 billion
  • Projected EPS: $2.30

“While this is a bit of a meaningless quarter, what lies ahead of them is 5G and an ever-burgeoning service revenue stream that I think many people under quarantine have been sampling,” he said. “Don’t forget, this market loves companies that can still raise their dividends and buy back big chunks of stock without needing to borrow any money.”

Gilead Sciences reports first-quarter earnings after the trading day ends.

  • Projected revenue: $5.45 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.58

Cramer said he hopes to find out the truth about Gilead’s remdesivir antiviral after the public received conflicting information about studies of the drug for use against Covid-19.

Friday: Estee Lauder, Honeywell, Colgate, Clorox earnings

Estee Lauder reports results for the third quarter of the fiscal 2020 year before the morning bell.

  • Projected revenue: $3 billion
  • Projected EPS: 75 cents

“They have a lot of exposure to southeast Asia, which is the one region that’s bouncing back from the virus,” Cramer said. “If people over there are buying makeup now and the influencers are back, I think this stock can actually rally.”

Honeywell reports results before the market opens.

  • Projected revenue: $8.6 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.96

“I predict solid numbers and a nice buying opportunity,” he said.

Colgate-Palmolive reports first-quarter earnings in the morning.

  • Projected revenue: $4 billion
  • Projected EPS: 73 cents

Clorox reports fiscal 2020 third-quarter results in the morning.

  • Projected revenue: $1.7 billion
  • Projected EPS: $1.67

“I’m betting they both (Colgate and Clorox) surprise to the upside, especially Clorox, given that the whole world’s now on a cleanliness kick,” he said.

Disclosure: Cramer’s charitable trust owns shares of Clorox, Colgate, Honeywell, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Alphabet, Starbucks and PepsiCo.

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What to watch today: Dow to open higher even after all job gains since Great Recession were erased

BY THE NUMBERSIN THE NEWS TODAYTyson Foods has suspended operations at an Iowa plant that’s critical to the nation’s pork supply. The Waterloo facility is being blamed for fueling a coronavirus outbreak in the region. Tyson also announced Wednesday the closure of a a pork plant in Logansport, Indiana. (AP)Target CEO Brian Cornell said the…

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Tyson Foods has suspended operations at an Iowa plant that’s critical to the nation’s pork supply. The Waterloo facility is being blamed for fueling a coronavirus outbreak in the region. Tyson also announced Wednesday the closure of a a pork plant in Logansport, Indiana. (AP)

Target CEO Brian Cornell said the retailer has seen a doubling in online sales so far this quarter, as shoppers try to limit time inside stores or avoid the trips altogether during the coronavirus pandemic. Target also announced it will extend its $2 per hour temporary pay increase for store employees until May 30. (CNBC)

Gap (GPS) has suspended rent payments due under its leases, and is negotiating with landlords to defer and abate rents as long as virus-related closures continue. Gap also warned existing cash may not be enough to fund operations. (CNBC)

Hundreds of Airbnb hosts have taken to online groups to complain that they have yet to receive any payments from a $250 million coronavirus relief fund that the company announced last month. Among the rare few who have received any money, some say Airbnb offering 25% of what they would normally get under cancellation policies is inadequate. (CNBC)

STOCKS TO WATCH

Eli Lilly (LLY) reported quarterly earnings of $1.75 per share, beating the $1.48 a share consensus estimate. Revenue was also above forecasts. Lilly’s worldwide revenue was boosted by $250 million due to Covid-19, but the company said the virus could negatively impact results later in the year.

PulteGroup‘s (PHM) bottom line came in 4 cents a share above estimates at 74 cents per share, with revenue essentially in line with expectations. The homebuilder said consumer traffic and sales slowed in mid-March and it is suspending guidance due to uncertainties related to the pandemic.

Hershey (HSY) missed estimates by 8 cents a share, with quarterly earnings of $1.63 per share. Revenue came in slightly below forecasts. Hershey declared its regular quarterly dividend and said it believes it has sufficient liquidity to meet its cash needs.

Private equity giant Blackstone (BX) reported distributable earnings per share of 46 cents for the first quarter, 4 cents a share below estimates. It also reported an overall loss due to the write-down of its investment portfolio. It did see a 20% increase in fee-earning assets under management compared to a year ago.

O’Reilly Automotive (ORLY) beat estimates by 6 cents a share, with quarterly profit of $4 per share. Revenue came in slightly above forecasts. The auto parts retailer said it began to see a significant negative impact in mid-March as the coronavirus outbreak took hold.

Swiss drugmaker AstraZeneca (AZN) began late-stage testing of its diabetes drug Farxiga as a possible treatment for Covid-19 patients. This particular trial is aimed at reducing the risk of complications in patients with existing heart and kidney problems.

Unilever (UN, UL) withdrew its full-year forecast due to uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. The consumer products giant said it would pay its quarterly dividend as planned.

Delta Air Lines (DAL) plans to raise $3 billion through a debt offering and a new credit line. The airline is trying to mitigate the financial impact of the severe slowdown in travel demand due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Marathon Petroleum (MRO) warned it will take a roughly $7.8 billion charge for the first quarter due to the plunge in fuel demand, and expects to report a quarterly loss.

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) reported a first-quarter loss, as the virus outbreak kept gamblers away from its casinos. The company expects a relatively quick recovery in its Asian markets, however.

Boeing (BA) was sued for $336 million by a Kuwaiti leasing company, which accused the jet maker of refusing to return advance payments on a now-canceled order for 40 737 Max aircraft.

Lam Research (LRCX) matched estimates with quarterly earnings of $3.98 per share, but the semiconductor equipment maker’s revenue missed forecasts. The company said customer demand for its equipment remains strong, even amid limited visibility on macroeconomic conditions.

La-Z-Boy (LZB) plans to partially resume production at several U.S. plants next week. The furniture maker and retailer is also slowly reopening stores, after temporarily closing them last month and furloughing 6,800 workers.

Discover Financial Services (DFS) reported a quarterly loss of 25 cents per share, compared to an expected profit. The financial services company’s revenue matched Street forecasts. The loss stems largely from an increase in Discover’s provision for credit losses to $1.81 billion from $809 million a year earlier.

Sleep Number (SNBR) posted quarterly profit of $1.36 per share, well above the consensus estimate 72 cents a share. The mattress retailer’s revenue also topped forecasts. The company is not providing financial guidance due to uncertainties surrounding the virus outbreak, but said it expected to be able to meet its liquidity needs.

Netgear (NTGR) earned 21 cents per share for its latest quarter, 5 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also beat analysts’ projections. The maker of networking products has withdrawn prior financial targets due to supply and demand uncertainties stemming from Covid-19.

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Comcast-owned NBCUniversal this morning unveiled technology to enable consumers to buy products from branded articles, videos and specially designed television advertisements from retailers, without requiring them to go elsewhere. Comcast also owns CNBC.

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