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May 6, 2012
12:54 EDTGM, HPQ, WNR, HFC, MPC, HIG, LNC, GNW, AFL, MET, DAL, STXRanking The Barron's 500 by P/E could show what stocks are inexpensive
Companies in the Barron's 500 are ranked by Credit Suisse's HOLT on the basis of changes in sales and return on cash flow. Seeking to gauge the prospects for their stocks, Barron's asked FactSet to re-rank the companies by their price/earnings ratios, based on profit estimates for the current fiscal year. A low P/E is often a simple way to tell that a company is out of favor with investors. Thus, it is a metric beloved by value investors, who often profit by heading in the opposite direction from the crowd. Out-of-favor stocks, including General Motors (GM) and Delta Air Lines (DAL), with their mid-single-digit P/Es, just might beckon such investors, Barron's contends. The periodicalsí list of the 30 stocks with the lowest P/Es also has a fair concentration of insurance names, including No. 9-ranked MetLife (MET), Aflac (AFL), Genworth Financial (GNW), Lincoln National (LNC) and Hartford Financial Services (HIG). Oil refiners also are well represented, with Marathon Petroleum (MPC), HollyFrontier (HFC), and Western Refining (WNR) sporting cheap stocks. Investors fear profits will decline if oil prices fall. In tech, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) isn't the cheapest tech stock on our list; that dubious distinction goes to Seagate Technology (STX). Reference Link
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July 15, 2014
08:09 EDTHPQRalph Whitworth taking leave of absence at Relational INvestors
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08:05 EDTHPQHP announces interim chairman Whitworth resigns for health reasons
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08:02 EDTHPQHP announces resignation of chairman Ralph Whitworth
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06:38 EDTGMGeneral Motors, VocallQ looking to develop voice-control systems, WSJ reports
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06:36 EDTDALLufthansa poised to reduce Venezuela flights amid forex battle, Reuters says
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06:27 EDTGMAutomakers backing U.S.-EU trade deal, NY Times reports
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06:27 EDTHPQHP looks to crack tablet market in India with phablets, India Times reports
HP has aggressive plans to crack the tablet market in India by breaking into the phablet space, reports the India Times. The company's VP Ivy Liang said the company wants to "crack the right products in the phablet market" as it looks to expand its wings in the Indian market following the moderate success of HP Slate Voice Tabs. HP will now also explore telecom channels for the phablet go-to-market route. Reference Link
06:06 EDTHPQHP implied volatility of 21 at lower end of index mean range
July 14, 2014
18:15 EDTMPC, HFCOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
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18:02 EDTMPC, HFCRefiners weak after Valero Q2 guidance misses consensus estimates
Shares of select companies in the oil refinery space are weaker in after-hours trading after Valero, an independent petroleum refining and marketing company, gave second quarter guidance that was lower than consensus estimates. WHAT'S NOTABLE: Valero said it expects Q2 EPS of $1.10-$1.25 versus a consensus estimate of $1.39. PRICE ACTION: Valero shares are lower by $1.70, or 3.4%, to $48.22. OTHERS TO WATCH: Tesoro Corporation (TSO) is down by almost 1%, HollyFrontier Corporation (HFC) is down 0.6%, and Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC) is lower by 0.36%.
16:39 EDTSTXSeagate initiated with a Positive at Susquehanna
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12:40 EDTGMDelphi confirms that it is not focus of investigation, Detroit News reports
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12:36 EDTGMDelphi not target of DOJ's switch investigation, Reuters reports
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11:21 EDTHPQHP added to short-term buy list at Deutsche Bank
08:34 EDTHPQ, STXPC market stability could be short-lived, Reuters says
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08:14 EDTGMFord should beat Q2 estimates while General Motors will miss, says UBS
UBS believes Ford (F) will beat Q2 estimates while General Motors (GM) will miss due to recall costs. Were it not for the recall charges, UBS thinks GM would post solid underlying results. UBS, which thinks Ford is likely to see a strong second half as product launch costs are already factored into guidance, raised its price target on the stock to $22 from $18. UBS increased its GM price target to $54 from $49. The firm keeps Buy ratings on both stocks.
07:19 EDTGMProsecutors centering GM suit around deceptive statements, Reuters says
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06:57 EDTSTXSeagate price target raised to $74 from $64 at Deutsche Bank
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06:34 EDTGMGeneral Motors CEO to appear before Senate subcomittee this week, WSJ says
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July 13, 2014
15:52 EDTGMSouth Africa strike continues with impact on GM output, WSJ says
The National Union of Metalworkers in South Africa has rejected employers concessions and will continue to strike, says the Wall Street Journal. The strike has affected vehicle production at General Motors and BMW facilities in the country, added the Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
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