1. Conservative MPs are getting worried Brexit may not happen . "There has been a significant shift in the conversation around revocation," said a Conservative Member of Parliament. "It is interesting to see how many of my colleagues are now openly discussing it."
  2. Healthcare IPOs are booming . Jordan Saxe, the Nasdaq's head of healthcare listings, gave Markets Insider an inside look at the active market for healthcare IPOs.
  3. A market bear explains why stocks will crash 30% before the end of the year and then flatline for 12 years . "Full-cycle risks have a way of emerging in ways that investors wholly rule out at market peaks," said John Hussman, the former economics professor who is now president of the Hussman Investment Trust, in a recent note to clients. "Glorious half-cycle market advances leave investors vulnerable to catastrophe, because investors hold contempt for anyone who suggests there may be a cliff on the other side of the mountain."
  4. American Airlines extends its cancellations of Boeing 737 Max flights . Flights using the aircraft will be suspended through August 19, Reuters says, citing a letter from American Airlines Chief Executive Doug Parker and President Robert Isom.
  5. 29 banks are working on Uber's IPO . The ride-hailing company Uber filed for an initial public offering on Thursday here's a list of the 29 banks, led by Goldman Sachs, who are working on the IPO.
  6. Uber's IPO shows how Saudi cash drives Silicon Valley innovation . Saudi Arabia's presence in Silicon Valley is larger than it has ever been and that became clear after Uber's public filing showed the kingdom owns 5.2% of the ride-hailing company.
  7. Tiger Woods wins his 5th green jacket . Woods overcame a three-shot deficit with 12 holes to play to win the Masters for the first time since 2005. It was his 15th victory at a major.
  8. Earnings reporting picks up a bit . Citigroup and Goldman Sachs report ahead of the opening bell while JB Hunt releases its quarterly results after markets close.
  9. Stock markets around the world were mixed . China's Shanghai Composite (-0.34%) led the losses in Asia and France's CAC (+0.16%) was out front in Europe. The S&P 500 was set to open little changed near 2,908.
  10. US economic data is light . Empire Manufacturing will be released at 8:30 a.m. ET and TIC flows will cross the wires at 4 p.m. ET. The US 10-year yield was down 1 basis point at 2.56%.

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