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July 16, 2014
11:28 EDTTMO, NAO, SVU, GLPI, QEP, ATLS, KKR, ACT, SD, CLeon Cooperman gives 12 stock picks at CNBC conference
Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors gave 12 stock picks for 2014 at CNBC's Delivering Alpha conference. The recommendations are: Actavis (ACT), Citigroup (C), SandRidge Energy (SD), KKR (KKR), Thermo Fisher (TMO), Atlas Energy (ATLS), Gaming and Leisure Properties (GLPI), Nordic American Offshore (NAO), QEP Resources (QEP), SuperValu (SVU), Louis XIII Holdings and Monitise.
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May 12, 2015
07:46 EDTTMODanaher has upper hand to acquire Pall, says Jefferies
After the Wall Street Journal reported that Pall Corp. (PLL) is near a possible sale and listed Danaher (DHR) and Thermo Fisher (TMO) as potential buyers, Jefferies says it believes Danaher has the upper hand in getting the deal done given its greater relative balance sheet capacity. The firm views both companies as logical buyers for Pall and notes a takeout bid of around $13B implies a share price of $120. The firm has a Buy rating on Pall.
07:31 EDTTMOThermo Fisher acquisition of Pall Corp. could create 'powerhouse,' says UBS
UBS noted Thermo Fisher (TMO) was mentioned in a media report as a possible suitor for Pall Corp. (PLL) and feels if the two combine it could create a bio-production "powerhouse." The firm sees a potential deal as accretive and creating unparalleled scale. UBS also said that, based on current valuation, the potential for a deal is barely being priced into Thermo Fisher shares. UBS reiterated its Buy rating and $160 price target on Thermo Fisher shares.
06:30 EDTTMOPall volatility flat, Danaher, Thermo Fisher to submit final bids, WSJ reports
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May 11, 2015
19:22 EDTTMODanaher, Thermo Fisher to submit final bids for Pall, WSJ says
Danaher (DHR) and Thermo Fisher (TMO) are competing to acquire Pall (PLL), with final bids due later this week, reports The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. A deal could be valued at $13B or more, notes the Journal. Reference Link
12:51 EDTACTOn The Fly: Top stock stories at midday
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09:58 EDTCBarclays expected to pay GBP2B to settle forex rigging charges, FT says
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09:28 EDTCCiti says DOJ talks could include guilty plea on antitrust charge
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09:21 EDTACTOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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09:14 EDTCCiti says DOJ declined prosecution with respect to LIBOR
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09:00 EDTACTActavis says committed to utilizing FCF to accelerate debt repayment
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08:57 EDTACTActavis says 'doing exceptionally well' on cost synergy capture
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08:52 EDTACTActavis sets 'aspirational' FY17 EPS target of $25
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08:48 EDTACTActavis sees sNDA submission for low dosage Linzess in 2016
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08:36 EDTGLPIPinnacle deal a significant catalyst for Gaming and Leisure, says Susquehanna
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08:18 EDTCBanks executives seek to push back on 'false, damaging' statements, WSJ reports
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06:40 EDTACTActavis sees Eluxadoline, Cariprazine PDUFAs in Q2
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06:37 EDTACTActavis sees 2015 EPS $17.00-$18.50, consensus $17.70
Sees 2015 pro forma revenue $22M-$22.5B, consensus $21.47B. Sees 2015 total net revenue $20.5B-$21B.
06:35 EDTACTActavis reports Q1 EPS $4.30, consensus $3.94
Reports Q1 revenue $4.23B., consensus $4.03B. Reports adjusted EBITDA of $1.78B compared to $860M last year. Results include the contribution from Allergan businesses for the period following the close on March 17.
May 10, 2015
20:03 EDTCCiti, JPMorgan, UBS consider exiting U.K., Financial Times says
Citi (C), JPMorgan (JPM), and UBS (UBS) are considering exiting their London operations due to the U.K.'s bank levy, reports the Financial Times, citing people familiar with the matter. There is particular focus among the banks to reduce repurchase agreements, said three senior industry figures. The Financial Times notes that the recent Conservative win could see political maneuvers to reduce or renegotiate the levy, potentially persuading the banks to stay. Reference Link
19:25 EDTACTCourt rejects claim that drugmakers misled opiate patients, Bloomberg says
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