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August 6, 2014
20:25 EDTDUK, DUK, SUNE, SUNE, RGLD, RGLD, SABR, SABR, BR, BR, HII, HII, AMCX, AMCX, LPI, LPI, HSNI, HSNI, WEN, WEN, OGE, OGE, MKL, MKL, ICE, ICE, MYL, MYL, SNI, SNI, EAT, EAT, AES, AES, NRG, NRG, HAR, HAR, WIN, WIN, TDC, TDC, OWW, OWWNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
Notable companies reporting before tomorrow's market open, with earnings consensus, include Duke Energy (DUK), consensus 98c; Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), consensus $2.02; Mylan (MYL), consensus 70c; Scripps Networks (SNI), consensus $1.13; Brinker International (EAT), consensus 87; AES Corporation (AES), consensus 28c; NRG Energy (NRG), consensus 15c; Harman International (HAR), consensus $1.21; Windstream Holdings (WIN), consensus 8c; Teradata (TDC), consensus 65c; Markel (MKL), consensus $5.79; OGE Energy (OGE), consensus 51c; SunEdison (SUNE), consensus (28c); Royal Gold (RGLD), consensus 29c; Sabre (SABR), consensus 18c; Broadridge (BR), consensus $1.16; Huntington Ingalls (HII), consensus $1.81; AMC Networks (AMCX), consensus 85c; Laredo Petroleum (LPI), consensus 18c; HSN (HSNI), 77c; Wendy's (WEN), consensus 10c; Orbitz Worldwide (OWW), consensus 15c.
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September 5, 2014
08:01 EDTICEICE acquires SuperDerivatives for $350M
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07:33 EDTMYLMylan launches generic Boniva injection
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07:02 EDTICEIntercontinentalExchange expected to buy SuperDerivatives for $350M, FT reports
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06:33 EDTWENHundreds arrested following protests over fast food wages, NY Times says
Nearly 500 protestors seeking a $15 per hour wage for fast food workers were arrested in sit-ins yesterday, organizers of the sit-ins told The New York Times. Some home care aides, recruited by the Service Employees International Union, jointed the protests, the newspaper stated. Fast food companies include McDonald's (MCD), Burger King (BKW), Wendy's (WEN), Jack in the Box (JACK), and Sonic Corporation (SONC).Reference Link
September 4, 2014
17:17 EDTMYLMylan initiated with a Hold at ISI Group
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16:06 EDTSABRSabre initiated with an Outperform at Oppenheimer
Target $22.
10:29 EDTTDCOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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09:10 EDTTDCBarclays' top ideas in U.S. Software for 2H 2014
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08:33 EDTICEICE reports August ADV for futures, options down 11% vs. last year
ICE’s August average daily volume for futures and options was 4.4M contracts, down 11% compared to August 2013. Commodity ADV declined 13% year to year, with energy ADV down 13%, offset by Other Oil ADV which increased 6%. Financials ADV declined 9% over the prior August due to continued low volatility in European short-term interest rates. ADV for medium and long-term interest rate contracts increased 15%, and equity index and single stock ADV rose 14% and 45%, respectively, over the prior August. In August, NYSE’s U.S. cash equities and options ADV declined 7% and 8%, respectively, year to year. U.S. cash equities market share was 22.9% and U.S. options market share was 22.6%.
08:07 EDTTDCTeradata assumed with a Sector Perform at Pacific Crest
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07:59 EDTICEEU, U.S. still at odds over derivatives clearing rules, Reuters says
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05:36 EDTTDCTeradata downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Barclays
Barclays downgraded Teradata to Equal Weight citing headwinds from increased big data tool usage. The firm keeps a $46 price target for shares.
September 3, 2014
12:01 EDTDUKDuke Energy unit to build Los Vientos V wind power project in Texas
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09:08 EDTTDCTeradata acquires Think Big Analytics
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08:22 EDTAESAES Corp. enters into strategic partnership with Estrella-Linda Group
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08:21 EDTOGEOGE Energy promotes Sean Trauschke to President
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September 2, 2014
14:30 EDTAESAES expects free cash flow growth of 10%-15% annually from FY14-FY18
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14:15 EDTAESAES reaffirms 2014 EPS to be at low end of $1.30-$1.38 range
AES Corp. reiterated in conference presentation slides that its 2014 EPS will be at the low end of its $1.30-$1.38 range due to the impact from adverse hydrology. The consensus EPS estimate is $1.32. AES expects adjusted EPS growth of 4%-6% through 2015 and "faster growth" in 2017-2018. In 2016, AES sees "flat to modest growth," despite an 11c headwind at Tietę and DPL. The company expects 6%-8% average annual growth in 2017-2018.
08:08 EDTDUKDominion, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas, and AGL forms joint venture
Dominion (D), Duke Energy (DUK), Piedmont Natural Gas (PNY) and AGL Resources (GAS) announced the formation of a joint venture to build and own the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline. The $4.5B-$5B, 550-mile natural gas pipeline would run from Harrison County, W. Va., southeast through Virginia with an extension to Chesapeake, Va., and then south through central North Carolina to Robeson County. The partnership, called Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC, will own the pipeline initially proposed by Dominion as the Southeast Reliability Project. Dominion is to build and operate the Atlantic Coast Pipeline on behalf of the venture. The joint venture ownership stakes are: Dominion, 45%; Duke Energy, 40%; Piedmont, 10%; and AGL Resources, 5%. Dominion expects to file its FERC application in the summer of 2015, receive the FERC Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity in the summer of 2016, and begin construction shortly thereafter.
06:53 EDTWENFast food workers to carry out civil disobedience, NY Times says
Fast food workers seeking a $15 per hour wage are planning to carry out “widespread” civil disobedience activities on Thursday, according to The New York Times. Thousands of home-care workers will also take part in the activities, the newspaper added. Fast food companies include McDonald's (MCD), Burger King (BKW), Wendy's (WEN), Jack in the Box (JACK), and Sonic Corporation (SONC). Reference Link
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