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Consumer Discretionary : Diversified Consumer Services | Small Cap Growth
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PowerSchool Holdings, Inc. is a provider of cloud-based software for K-12 education. The Company connects students, teachers, administrators, and parents to improve student outcomes. The Company's cloud platform is an integrated, enterprise-scale suite of solutions purpose-built for the K-12 education market. The Company's platform is embedded in school workflows and is used by educators, students, administrators, and parents. The Company's cloud-based technology platform helps schools and districts manage state reporting and related compliance, special education, finance, human resources, talent, registration, attendance, funding, learning, instruction, grading, assessments, and analytics in one unified platform. The Company's integrated technology approach streamlines operations, aggregates disparate data sets, and develops insights using predictive modelling and machine learning. The Company serves more than 14,000 customers by student enrolment in the United States.

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Today's volume of 259,061 shares is on pace to be much lighter than PWSC's 10-day average volume of 430,582 shares.

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Meta's first-ever corporate bond deal sees $30 billion in demand despite Zuckerberg's gloomy warning

5:10 pm ET August 4, 2022 (MarketWatch)
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By Joy Wiltermuth

Corporate bond investors appeared pretty bullish on the metaverse Thursday, or at least about digital advertising.

Meta Platforms Inc. (META), the parent of Facebook, on Thursday saw roughly $30 billion in demand for its debut $10 billion, four-part U.S. corporate bond deal, according to a person with knowledge of the dealings and Informa Global Markets.

That's a big deal. While Meta reported its first-ever drop in revenue in the second quarter, investment bankers still were able to pull in price talk on each class of A1- to AA-rated bonds from the social-media giant.

That all but assured Meta, which also has Instagram and WhatsApp under its umbrella, could secure cheaper debt than was proposed only a few hours prior.

Meta declined to comment beyond a public filing for the debt offering.

Pricing on the company's five-year class was 75 basis points above the risk-free Treasury rate, down from an initial range of 90 basis points, according to Informa Global Markets.

The 10-year class fetched 115 basis points above the benchmark. That represents a premium to the roughly 86-basis-point spread on similar 3.6% coupon bonds trading on Thursday from retail giant Amazon (AMZN), according to BondCliq data.

Tech giant Apple Inc. (AAPL) raised $5.5 billion in the corporate bond market on Monday.

Early last week, Meta reported second-quarter earnings of $6.69 billion, or $2.46 a share, down from $3.61 a share last year, on sales of $28.82 billion, down from $29.08 billion a year ago.

"We seem to have entered an economic downturn that will have a broad impact on the digital advertising business," Meta Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said in a conference call after the results were dropped

Not everyone was feeling as bullish about the new Meta bond deal. "While Meta has built a commanding ecosystem of apps and is investing heavily in the metaverse for the future (which may or may not be successful), we don't believe the company's economic moat is nearly as strong as that of Amazon," wrote CreditSights analysts on Thursday, about the bond offering.

The team said it sees difficulties with a social-media platform trying to "replicate Amazon's (AMZN) e-commerce/logistics or cloud computing business."

"We're not saying Meta will go the way of Myspace, although we do believe its business is relatively more vulnerable to new entrants and changing user preferences," they wrote.

Meta shares rose 1.1% on Thursday, but are still down 49% on the year so far, according to FactSet. The S&P 500 index shed 0.1% Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.3%, while the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 0.4%, as investors awaited Friday's jobs report for any sign of weakness in the robust labor market, particularly as tech jobs have come under pressure.

Related:What is the 'metaverse' and how much will it be worth? Depends on whom you ask

-Joy Wiltermuth

	

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August 04, 2022 17:10 ET (21:10 GMT)

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