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November 25, 2015
08:36 EDTSCTYSolarCity CFO retirement likely stems from strategy change, says Roth Capital
After SolarCity's CFO announced that he would retire in February, Roth Capital says the news "feels sudden." However, the firm thinks the CFO's departure stems from the recent change in the company's strategy. Roth reiterates a $55 price target and Buy rating on the shares.
November 24, 2015
16:18 EDTSCTYSolarCity CFO Brad Buss plans to retire
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November 23, 2015
14:35 EDTSCTYSenators ask Treasury Secretary for update on SolarCity probe, Republic says
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November 20, 2015
12:21 EDTMOSStocks with call strike movement; MOS AKAM
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November 19, 2015
10:00 EDTFINLOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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November 18, 2015
19:27 EDTFINLFinish Line initiated with a Market Perform at Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo initiated Finish Line with a Market Perform rating and a valuation range of $17 to $18 on shares.
08:11 EDTSCTYMusk, Silver Lake investing over $100M in SolarCity, NY Times reports
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November 17, 2015
13:29 EDTSCTYSunEdison selloff continues, shares down 23%
Shares of SunEdison (SUNE) continue to be weak and are down 23% to $3.49 in afternoon trading. Dan Loeb's Third Point last night disclosed it no longer owns the stock while David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital disclosed a reduced stake. Deutsche Bank analyst Vishal Shah lowered his price target for SunEdison this morning to $16 saying language in Vivint Solar's (VSLR) quarterly filing around SunEdison debt financing could concern some investors. SunEdison's solar peers are also weak, with SunPower (SPWR), First Solar (FSLR) and SolarCity (SCTY) all in the red.
10:01 EDTFINLUnder Armour, Nike slide after Dick's outlook misses expectations
Shares of Under Armour (UA) and Nike (NKE) slipped after Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) provided guidance for the fourth quarter and fiscal 2015 that both missed consensus estimates. WHAT'S NEW: Dick's Sporting Goods reported Q3 adjusted earnings per share of 45c on revenue of $1.64B, mostly in-line with analyst estimates of 47c on revenues of $1.64B. The company guided for Q4 EPS of $1.10-$1.25, short of the consensus estimate of $1.43. Dick's also said it anticipates FY15 adjusted EPS of $2.85-$3.00, lower than current analyst expectations of $3.19. STREET RESEARCH: Following the report, Baird analyst Justin Kleber said that Dick's Sporting Goods is the "strongest player" in its segment, which should enable the company to grow its sector-leading 10% market share at the expense of smaller competitors. The analyst added that profitability for the company should improve as volumes increase and as the company leverages its store base to fulfill further orders. Kleber said that Dick's Sporting Goods' e-commerce business will be more profitable than its brick-and-mortar business by 2017. The analyst maintained a Neutral rating and $48 price target on Dick's Sporting Goods' stock. PRICE ACTION: In morning trading, Dick's Sporting Goods dropped 17.5% to $33.67, while supplier Under Armour fell 5.6% to $84.95 and Nike was down 2% to $121.08. Dick's peers fell as well, with Finish Line (FINL) dropping 1%, Foot Locker (FL) slid 1.3% and Cabela's (CAB) dipping marginally in morning trading.

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