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February 4, 2013
14:44 EDTCZRCaesar's may move assets into Caesars Growth Venture Partners, may sell stake
In a regulatory filing this morning, Caesar's Entertainment (CZR) said it is pursuing a strategic transaction that would see the company transfer certain of its assets to a newly created entity, named Caesars Growth Venture Partners, which would be a growth oriented vehicle focused on projects that are complementary to the company's existing properties. The company stated, "We anticipate that [Caesar's Entertainment Corporation] would own a significant portion of CGVPís equity interests and that subsidiaries of CEC would manage new casino properties owned by CGVP. We are pursuing this transaction because we believe it will improve our liquidity and credit profile, enhance our distribution network and provide additional support for potential new ventures...It is anticipated the Sponsors would participate in the transaction and that CECís other shareholders would have the opportunity to participate on the same terms." Among the assets that might be transferred into Caesars Growth Venture Partners, the company listed Planet Hollywood, its investment in a casino project under development in Baltimore, Maryland, shares of Caesars Interactive Entertainment and other holdings. Caesar's cautioned, "There are no commitments with respect to any such transaction and there have been no agreements with respect to price or value. The transfer of such assets would require the approval of regulators and other third parties, which we may not be able to obtain. Therefore, we cannot assure you that any such transaction will be entered into or consummated or, if consummated, describe the impact the transaction would have on us." In afternoon trading, shares of Caesars Entertainment are up 62c, or 7.94%, to $8.43.
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July 22, 2015
16:27 EDTCZROn The Fly: Top stock stories for Wednesday
Stocks began the session in negative territory and remained there throughout the day. Uninspiring earnings reports from Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT) were enough to push the Nasdaq lower and the rest of the market followed. There was good news on the housing sector, with both existing home sales and a housing market index coming in with good data, but it was not enough to overcome the tech selloff. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the FHFA home price index rose 0.4% to 222.8 in May, as expected. Existing home sales rose 3.2% to a 5.49M rate in June, better than the 0.9% increase that was expected. In Europe, the European Central Bank reportedly raised the cap on Greece's Emergency Liquidity Assistance by EUR900M to EUR90.4B, according to Bloomberg. COMPANY NEWS: Shares of Apple dropped $5.79, or 4.43%, to $124.96 after iPhone shipments in the just completed quarter and the company's sales forecast for the new quarter missed estimates. A number of suppliers to Apple declined in tandem with the tech giant. Skyworks Solutions (SWKS), Qorvo (QRVO) and NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) were among the many semiconductor stocks that slid following Apple's report... Microsoft declined $1.88, or 3.97%, to $45.40 after reporting its Q4 Devices and Consumer revenue declined 13% and its Windows OEM revenue decreased 22% as revenue was impacted by PC market declines following the XP end-of-support refresh cycle. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Thoratec (THOR), which rose $5.84, or 10.14% to $63.42 after St. Jude Medical (STJ) announced an agreement to acquire the company for $63.50 per share in a transaction valued at $3.4B. Shares of St. Jude, meanwhile, edged down by 4c to $76.67. Also higher following earnings reports were shares of Intuitive Surgical (ISRG) and Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), advancing about 8.5% and 7.8%, respectively. Among the noteworthy losers was Caesars Entertainment (CZR), which dropped $3.26, or 40.65%, to $4.76 following reports that a judge ruled the company must face certain creditor lawsuits that could force a bankruptcy. Caesars Acquisition (CACQ) also dipped after the news, falling $1.13, or 14.52%, to $6.65. Also lower was XOMA (XOMA), which plummeted $3.46, or 78.61%, to 94c and saw downgrades at numerous research firms after the company's Phase 3 gevokizumab study did not meet its primary endpoint. INDEXES: The Dow fell 65.60, or 0.37%, to 17,853.69, the Nasdaq lost 36.35, or 0.7%, to 5,171.77, and the S&P 500 declined 5.06, or 0.24%, to 2,114.15.
15:09 EDTCZRBankruptcy judge rules Caesar's must face suits, Bloomberg reports
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14:56 EDTCZRJudge won't halt creditor lawsuits against Caesar's parent, WSJ reports
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14:51 EDTCZRCaesar's halted for circuit breaker after falling to $6.31
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14:01 EDTCZRCaesar's July weekly 7 straddle priced for 33% movement into court ruling
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14:01 EDTCZRCaesar's July weekly volatility spikes to 490 into court ruling
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12:04 EDTCZRCaesar's volatility spikes into court ruling
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July 21, 2015
16:28 EDTCZROn The Fly: Top stock stories for Tuesday
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12:21 EDTCZROn The Fly: Top stock stories at midday
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05:07 EDTCZRCaesar's, CEOC, reach agreement with group of second lien noteholders
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July 14, 2015
14:00 EDTCZRNew Jersey reports Atlantic City gaming win down 8.2% to $216.5M in June
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12:37 EDTCZROptions with increasing volume Micron
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