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August 13, 2013
18:55 EDTBRCD, NTI, SEAS, MM, XONE, GT, RSH, EOG, PXD, MXC, MYGN, PMTOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: Brocade (BRCD), up 15.9%... Myriad Genetics (MYGN), up 1.9%. ALSO HIGHER: Mexco Energy (MXC), up 26% after announcing agreements with Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) and EOG Resources (EOG)... RadioShack (RSH), up 3.2% after Reuters reported the company is looking to refinance its debt with new, lower-cost loans... Goodyear Tire (GT), up 1.7% after Appaloosa filed an increased stake in the company. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: ExOne (XONE), down 13%... Millennial Media (MM), down 11.6%... SeaWorld (SEAS), down 11%. ALSO LOWER: Northern Tier (NTI), down 4.5% after announcing an offering of 11.5M common units for a unitholder... PennyMac (PMT), down 3.5% after filing to sell 11.3M shares of common stock.
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April 16, 2014
18:14 EDTRSHRadioShack turnaround slowed by talks with lenders on store closings, WSJ says
RadioShack's turnaround efforts are being hampered by negotiations with lenders on its plans to close as many as 1,100 stores, says the Wall Street Journal. According to the WSJ report, lenders were startled by the store-closing plan when the "struggling" retailer first disclosed it in March. Reference Link
April 15, 2014
16:20 EDTPXDCaelus Energy Alaska, Apollo Global announce partnership
Caelus Energy Alaska and affiliates of Apollo Global Management (APO) have formed a strategic partnership to invest in oil and gas properties in Alaska. Caelus has closed its first transaction, the acquisition of Pioneer Natural Resources' (PXD) Alaskan oil and gas business, for $300M in cash, subject to adjustments, plus other consideration. Caelus, headquartered in Dallas has an executive management team led by CEO James C. Musselman and a technical team led by Chief Technical Officer Kenny Goh. Among other things, Mr. Musselman previously led Kosmos Energy, which discovered the 1 billion-plus barrel Jubilee field off the West African coast, and Triton Energy, which was acquired by Amerada Hess for $3.2B. Apollo funds have the opportunity to invest up to $1B in Caelus to develop the company's existing assets and to pursue acquisitions or other additional investments.
12:14 EDTPXDPioneer Natural to recognize noncash loss of approximately $30M
Pioneer Natural Resources announced that the company closed its previously announced sale of its Alaska subsidiary to Caelus Energy Alaska for cash proceeds of $300M, subject to normal closing adjustments, plus other consideration. The company expects to recognize a noncash loss of approximately $30M associated with the sale when it reports earnings for 1Q14.
11:41 EDTRSHElectronics retailers sink after hhgregg lowers outlook
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10:00 EDTEOGOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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08:53 EDTEOGEOG Resources downgraded to Sector Perform from Outperform at Howard Weil
07:22 EDTPXDGlobal Hunter Securities to hold a conference
1:1 Dallas Energy Day is being held in Dallas on April 15.
April 14, 2014
08:45 EDTPXDPioneer Natural price target raised to $212 from $206 at Howard Weil
Howard Weil raised its price target for Pioneer Natural shares to $212 and keeps a Sector Perform rating on the stock.
07:04 EDTPXDStephens to hold a field trip
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April 13, 2014
20:20 EDTXONE3D Systems, other 3-D printing stocks could fall further, Barron's says
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April 11, 2014
10:22 EDTSEASSeaWorld loses appeal of killer whale contact ban, Bloomberg reports
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April 8, 2014
15:05 EDTSEASSeaWorld rises after bill banning orca shows fails to pass
Shares of theme park and entertainment company SeaWorld (SEAS) are higher after a bill that would have banned the use of killer whales in shows was rejected by a committee of the California Assembly. WHAT'S NEW: The California Assembly's Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee rejected a bill that would have banned the use of captive killer whale shows in the state. The flaghips SeaWorld park, located in San Diego, would have been prevented from using killer whales, also known as orcas, in its shows had the bill passed. Instead, the panel decided to order a study into the issue for next year, when it will reconsider the issue. PRICE ACTION: SeaWorld share are up about 4% to $30.56 in late day trading following the committee decision.
13:54 EDTSEASBill to ban orca shows at SeaWorld fails to pass, U-T San Diego says
A bill seeking to ban orca shows at SeaWorld failed to pass California's Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee, which instead agreed to have a study conducted over the next year and then revisit the issue, reported U-T San Diego. Shares of SeaWorld are up over 4.5% following the favorable decision. Reference Link
12:25 EDTSEASCalifornia bill seeks to end SeaWorld killer whale shows, AP reports
A proposed bill in California would force SeaWorld San Diego to stop using killer whales in its shows and release them from their tanks, Associated Press reports. Reference Link
April 7, 2014
16:34 EDTMYGNMyriad Genetics submits premarket approval to FDA for BRACAnalysis
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11:09 EDTMYGNMyriad Genetics advises prior BRACAnalysis news release be disregarded
Myriad Genetics advised that readers should disregard the news release, "Myriad Genetics Submits Premarket Approval to FDA for BRACAnalysis" issued April 7 by the company over GlobeNewswire.
10:50 EDTSEASHigh option volume stocks: HST SEAS SXC CMCSK MILL
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10:16 EDTMYGNMyriad Genetics has a conference call hosted by JPMorgan
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06:22 EDTXONE3-D stocks off to a rough start in 2014, WSJ reports
3-D stocks are off to a rough start this year with 3D Systems (DDD) down 40% and Stratasys (SSYS) down about 19%, the Wall Street Journal reports, but adds that some 3-D stocks remain priced at 50-70 times projected 2014 earnings. Reference Link
05:48 EDTMYGNMyriad Genetics submits premarket approval to FDA for BRACAnalysis
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