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December 10, 2012
05:55 EDTAEY, AEY, CMVT, CMVT, DG, DG, FGP, FGP, HSOL, HSOL, MGLN, MGLN, PTRY, PTRYCompanies reporting Before the Market Open on Tuesday, December 11
Notable companies reporting before the opening bell on Tuesday include ADDvantage Technologies Group (AEY), Comverse Technology (CMVT), Dollar General (DG), Ferrellgas Partners (FGP), Hanwha Solarone (HSOL), Magellan Health Services (MGLN), and The Pantry (PTRY).
News For AEY;CMVT;DG;FGP;HSOL;MGLN;PTRY From The Last 14 Days
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November 21, 2014
09:42 EDTHSOLHanwha SolarOne sees FY14 Module shipments 1.43 GW-1.46 GW
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09:41 EDTHSOLHanwha SolarOne sees Q4 module shipments 400-425 MW
Hanwha SolarOne said earlier: "The outlook for the fourth quarter is good. We expect a new record in module shipments, stable to improving average selling prices due to strong module demand and tight supply, and an increase in the proportion of modules sold to higher-priced markets, such as the EU and U.S. We also aim to further reduce manufacturing costs, which should further increase profitability. We also expect to begin development of our first IPP project."
07:06 EDTHSOLHanwha SolarOne reports Q3 EPS (42c) vs. (10c) last quarter
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05:57 EDTDGStocks with implied volatility above IV index mean; DG GME
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November 20, 2014
10:33 EDTDGHigh option volume stocks
High option volume stocks: KBR LM PRGO CHRW DG ZMH LGF ZTS OSIR REGI
08:15 EDTMGLNMagellan Health talks with Louisiana pose 5% earnings risk, says Leerink
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08:10 EDTMGLNMagellan Health says Louisiana looking to reduce term of contract
Magellan Health currently has a contract with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals to manage behavioral health care for Medicaid recipients and other beneficiaries through the Louisiana Behavioral Health Partnership. The current contract, which generates annual revenue of approximately $150M, is currently scheduled to expire on February 28, 2015. The company disclosed last night that it submitted a proposal pursuant to a request for proposals issued by the Louisiana Department for a new expanded contract including the management of behavioral health care and other new services for Medicaid and other beneficiaries with a term ending on December 31, 2016. The Louisiana Department recently notified Magellan that it was the successful bidder and that it intends to recommend that the company be awarded the New contract. At a subsequent meeting, Magellan said the Louisiana Department informed the company that it has decided that the term of the new contract will be for a shortened term expiring on November 30, 2015 instead of December 31, 2016, after which the behavioral health care and other services to Medicaid and other beneficiaries will be transitioned to the general Medicaid managed care plans in Louisiana. Magellan informed the Louisiana Department that it is not practicable for the company to accept a shortened term on the new contract. It added it and the Louisiana Department are "currently discussing reducing the scope of services contained in the RFP to be rendered under the New Contract such that they are comparable to the services rendered by the Company under the Current Contract, with a reduced term ending November 30, 2015." Magellan said it cannot predict whether it will reach an agreement with the Louisiana Department. It added, "Accordingly, there is no assurance that the Company and the Louisiana Department will be able to reach an agreement on the New Contract. In the event agreement is not reached on the New Contract, the Current Contract would expire on February 28, 2015."
November 19, 2014
15:15 EDTDGDollar General affirms commitment to Family Dollar deal, says FTC review ongoing
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15:14 EDTDGDollar General says actively engaged in ongoing FTC review process for deal
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15:13 EDTDGDollar General affirms commitment to Family Dollar acquisition
06:39 EDTDGDollar General may have to sell over 4K stores for deal approval, NY Post says
The Federal Trade Commission may require Dollar General (DG) to sell more than 4,000 of its stores to gain approval of its deal to buy Family Dollar (FDO), according to The New York Post. Dollar General had previously said that it was willing to sell 1,500 of its stores to facilitate the deal, the newspaper stated. Reference Link
November 17, 2014
09:00 EDTDGDollar General says now accepting American Express cards
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November 12, 2014
07:04 EDTDGFamily Dollar reaffirms recommendation to merge with Dollar Tree
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