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May 9, 2012
12:38 EDTDIS, CQB, DTEGY, PCS, BBBY, CPWM, SODA, TM, M, DVAXOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were lower at midday, but the major averages were well off the lows seen about an hour into trading. The market is down for the sixth consecutive session, its longest losing string of the year. The weakness is being attributed to concern about the fate of the euro zone as a new leader takes over in France and Greece struggles to form a government and may need to hold another round of elections. The past several sessions have seen the market open lower but rally during the later hours of the session to reduce the day's losses. So far today that trend is continuing as the averages have recovered significantly from their worst levels... ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., wholesale inventories rose 0.3% in March, versus the expected increase of 0.6%. In Europe, Spanish 10-year bond yields rose above 6% and more reports indicated that efforts to form a new government in Greece were expected to fail, putting the country's bailout deal in doubt and renewing concerns about Greece intentionally exiting or being forced off the euro. A Reuters report, citing EU sources, said the EU is more likely than not to agree to the latest EUR 5.2B bailout payment due tomorrow to Greece from the EFSF bailout fund, which may have contributed to a late morning rally seen here in the States... COMPANY NEWS: Disney (DIS) shares gained over 2% after its earnings beat expectations, while Macy's (M) slid more than 3% in spite of earnings that also came in above consensus... Toyota (TM) reported a surge in its Q4 net income and forecast a doubling of profits in the current fiscal year, sending its stock up more than 3%... MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers were SodaStream (SODA), up over 26%, after it reported much stronger than expected results and boosted its 2012 guidance, and Cost Plus (CPWM), up about 22%, after agreeing to be acquired by Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) for $22 per share. Also higher were shares of MetroPCS (PCS), up about 19%, after Bloomberg reported Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) was said to be in talks with the company on a potential T-Mobile deal. Noteworthy losers included Chiquita Brands (CQB), down 32%, after its earnings fell short of consensus and it warned that it sees 2012 continuing to be "a challenging year," and Dynavax (DVAX), down more than 22%, after pricing 17.5M shares at $4.25 in a secondary stock offering... INDICES: Near 12:30 pm ET, the Dow was down 98.05, or 0.76%, to 12,834.04; the Nasdaq was down 17.19, or 0.58%, to 2,929.08; and the S&P 500 was down 9.58, or 0.70%, to 1,354.14.
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October 15, 2014
09:26 EDTCQBCutrale-Safra submits offer to acquire Chiquita for $14/share in cash
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09:12 EDTCQBCutrale-Safra raises offer for Chiquita to $14 per share, Bloomberg reports
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07:18 EDTDTEGYDeutsche Telekom, Slovak Telecom fined by European Commission
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06:54 EDTTMWatchdog says Toyota JV issued recall for over 93K vehicles, Reuters says
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06:44 EDTTMToyota issues recall for 1.67M cars due to brake defect, Reuters says
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October 14, 2014
18:12 EDTTMToyota to manufacture SUVs in Turkey starting in 2016, Nikkei reports
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16:42 EDTCQBChiquita Brands sees Q3 comparable operating income $10-$12M, conensus (13c)
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14:17 EDTMMacy's to open 2 hours earlier for Thanksgiving this year, CNN reports
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07:23 EDTDISCBS more attractive than Disney, says Wells Fargo
Among media and cable stocks, Wells Fargo sees the least risk and most reward potential in CBS (CBS). The firm sees the least reward potential and most risk in Disney (DIS). The firm believes that the market is overestimating the ad declines for CBS, and it thinks that CBS' stock may have finally bottomed. Disney has a relatively expensive valuation and tough comps, added Wells Fargo, which keeps Outperform ratings on both stocks.
05:34 EDTTMToyota reports September global hybrid sales surpassed 7M unit mark
Toyota announced global hybrid sales surpassed the 7M unit mark in September. Toyota achieved this latest million-unit hybrid milestone at the record pace of nine months. Including hybrid vehicles launched this year, Toyota will introduce at total of 15 new hybrids globally through 2015. Hybrids launched this year comprise the Lexus Voxy Hybrid and Noah Hybrid in Japan only, and the Lexus NX 300h. This month Toyota will introduce the Lexus RC 300h. Toyota plans to continue expanding its hybrid lineup and increase the number of countries and regions where it sells hybrid vehicles.
October 13, 2014
13:26 EDTDTEGYIliad ends plan to buy T-Mobile after "significantly" improved offer
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10:06 EDTMJ.C. Penney rises after selecting Home Depot executive as next CEO
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06:44 EDTTMRegulators seeking banks' auto loan data, Reuters reports
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06:15 EDTMJ.C. Penney downgraded to Sell from Neutral at UBS
UBS downgraded its rating on J.C. Penney (JCP) shares to Sell saying the company's 2017 EBITDA target of $1.2B is overly optimistic as it assumes years of market share gains against strong competitors like Macy's (M) and Kohl's (KSS). UBS halved its price target for Penney shares to $5 from $10. The retailer's stock closed Friday down 52c to $7.12.
06:04 EDTDVAXDynavax initiates Phase 1/2 study of TLR-9 agonist
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October 12, 2014
15:10 EDTDISDisney's Maker Studios to create programming for parent company, Bloomberg says
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October 10, 2014
13:17 EDTDISNielsen to restate some TV rating due to software glitch, Variety reports
Nielsen (NLSN) acknowledged it uncovered a software error on October 6 that had resulted in TV ratings being allocated incorrectly among broadcast and syndication programming since March 2 and that it would restate the ratings accordingly to fix the errors, reported Variety. The company said 98% to 99% of ratings would not be affected by more than .05 of a ratings point and a person familiar with the situation said some TV networks have an expectation that some of their new fall programming will see a very slight uplift due to the restatement, the report noted. The big four broadcast networks are operated by CBS (CBS), Comcast (CMCSA), Disney (DIS) and 21st Century Fox (FOXA). Reference Link
12:47 EDTCQBChiquita, Fyffes approve revision to agreement terms
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06:59 EDTDTEGYDeutsche Telekom, China Mobile to launch connected cars platform, Reuters says
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05:17 EDTCQBChiquita Brands CEO acquires 63,511 shares of stock
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