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October 29, 2012
06:17 EDTBRK.A, MKL, CB, BRO, TWGP, TRV, CRD.B, AGII, AIG, ALLSandy could be significant insurance event, says William Blair
William Blair says Hurricane Sandy has the potential to be a significant insurance event. The firm points out that Hurricane Irene produced $4B-$5B of insured losses. William Blair notes that Chubb (CB) and Travelers (TRV) have significant homeowners’ and commercial property exposures throughout the East Coast, while Allstate (ALL) is the second-largest homeowners' insurance underwriter and Tower Group (TWGP) has a relatively large East Coast property exposure. The firm lists Brown & Brown (BRO), AIG (AIG), and Crawford & Company (CRD.B) as having the most to gain from hurricane losses.
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October 28, 2014
10:30 EDTBBarnes Group management to meet with Oppenheimer
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October 24, 2014
06:47 EDTBBarnes Group reports Q3 Industrial sales up 24% to $207.2M
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06:36 EDTBBarnes Group sees FY14 adjusted EPS $2.30-$2.35, consensus $2.27
Sees FY14 revenue growth of 15%-16%, consensus $1.27B; Sees FY14 organic growth of 5%-6%; Sees FY14 adjusted operating margins of approximately 15.5%. Expects FY14 CapEx $60M and FY14 cash conversion to be approximately 100% of net income.
06:35 EDTBBarnes Group reports Q3 adjusted EPS 64c, consensus 58c
Reports Q3 revenue $317.66M, consensus $311.02M; Reports Q3 organic sales up 8%; Reports Q3 operating margin 16%; Reports Q3 adjusted operating margin of 16.5%.
October 23, 2014
11:49 EDTBBarnes Group management to meet with Drexel Hamilton
Meetings to be held in Philadelphia on October 29 and in Baltimore on October 30 hosted by Drexel Hamilton.

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