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January 4, 2013
11:57 EDTDDAIF, HON, GM, DDGM staying with Honeywell, DuPont refrigerant, Automotive News says
GM (GM) is sticking with its decision to use a new refrigerant from Honeywell (HON) and DuPont (DD) in its vehicles, despite Daimler's (DDAIF) claims that the refrigerant could cause fires following accidents, according to Automotive News. GM conducted tests on the refrigerant and did not observe any problems, Curt Vincent, GM's engineering manager for new refrigerants, told the website. Reference Link
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April 21, 2015
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10:00 EDTDDDuPont sees potential for accelerated share repurchases for Chemours dividend
DuPont said it is determining what tool and mechanism to use to complete its share buyback related to Chemours, potentially using an ASR, noting there's also the potential for open market purchases. DuPont repeated that it expects to return to shareholders substantially all of the approximately $4B of one-time dividend proceeds from the spin-off of Chemours within 12-18 months of the separation.
09:26 EDTDDDuPont sees Q2 Performance Chemicals sales, operating earnings to be flat
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09:25 EDTDDDuPont sees Q2 Industrial Biosciences sales about flat
In Industrial Biosciences, DuPont anticipates higher volumes will be offset by the negative impact of currency and softer U.S. biomaterials sales, resulting in Q2 sales that are about flat and operating earnings even with the prior year. In Nutrition and Health, sales are xpected to be high-single digits percent lower in Q2 as volume growth is more than offset by strong currency headwinds. Operating earnings in Nutrition and Health are expected to be low-teens percent lower primarily due to the negative impact of currency. In Agriculture, Q2 sales are seen mid-single-digits percent lower and operating earnings are expected to be down low-to-mid-single digits percent.
09:22 EDTDDDuPont sees Q2 Safety & Protection sales down mid-single digits percent
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09:21 EDTDDDuPont sees Q2 Electronics & Communications sales down about low-teens percent
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09:20 EDTDDDuPont sees Q2 Performance Materials sales down about 'low-teens' percent
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07:15 EDTHONCelestica subcontracted by Honeywell Aerospace
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06:09 EDTDDDuPont reports sees Chemours spinoff on track for middle of FY15
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06:06 EDTDDDuPont sees FY15 EPS at low end of $4.00-$4.20, consensus $4.05
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06:04 EDTDDDuPont reports Q1 EPS $1.34, consensus $1.31
Reports Q1 revenue $9.17B, consensus $9.41B.
06:02 EDTDDDuPont raises Q2 dividend to 49c per share from 47c per share
DuPont declared a Q2 common stock dividend of 49c per share payable June 12, to stockholders of record May 15. This represents a 4% increase over the 47c paid last quarter. The dividend is payable July 24, to stockholders of record July 10.
April 20, 2015
15:37 EDTDDNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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15:16 EDTGMGreenlight starts new GM long position, rolls Lorillard short bet to Reynolds
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital hedge fund said in its latest quarterly letter to investors that it had established new long positions in General Motors (GM), Chicago Bridge & Iron (CBI) and AerCap Holdings (AER) last quarter. WHAT'S NEW: Greenlight believes GM should benefit from low gas prices, low raw material costs, and its decision to launch share buybacks, Greenlight stated. GM has an excellent chance of beating 2015 EPS expectations, added the firm. Einhorn's group said they found the valuation of Chicago Bridge and Iron, an engineering and construction company with significant exposure to energy, attractive following the stock's decline. Although energy prices may stay low for some time, the company has a significant backlog that should support its earnings for several years, Greenlight stated. Additionally, the market is overestimating how much of the cost overruns for two nuclear energy projects with be shouldered by the company, Greenlight contended. AerCap, the largest publicly traded aircraft leasing company, bought AIG's (AIG) aircraft leasing business last year at a bargain price, Greenlight stated. The combined business will benefit from AerCap's low tax rate, as well as efficiencies, the hedge fund believes. WHAT'S NOTABLE: Greenlight exited its short position in Lorillard (LO). Greenlight noted that it has rolled its short bet on Lorillard into a fresh position in Reynolds American (RAI), since it still believes that the FDA is gearing up to do "something major" in terms of regulation of menthol cigarettes, but is moving "slowly and deliberately" because it anticipates an extremely aggressive industry response. The firm also exited two other short positions because the companies agreed to takeovers: Safeway (SWY) and Freescale Semiconductor (FSL), which has agreed to sell itself to NXP Semicondictors (NXPI).
15:03 EDTDDDuPont technical comments before earnings
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14:16 EDTGMEinhorn lists AerCap, CBI, GM as new longs, Bloomberg reports
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11:35 EDTGMGeneral Motors ignition switch death claims rise to 87, WSJ reports
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08:12 EDTDDAIFMarathon Patent Group announces results of Signal IP Markman ruling
Marathon Patent Group (MARA) announced that on April 17, the United States District Court Central District of California issued the claim construction order in the litigation involving its wholly-owned subsidiary Signal IP and American Honda Motor Co. (HMC), Nissan North America (NSANY), Porsche Cars of North America, Mazda Motor of America, Mercedes-Benz USA (DDAIF), BMW of North America, Subaru of America, Kia Motors America, Mitsubishi Motors North America, Volkswagen (VLKAY), and Jaguar Land Rover North America. A total of 36 claim terms from a total of seven patents were disputed between Signal IP and the defendants.
06:50 EDTGMTesla price target slashed to $165 at JPMorgan
After lowering its earnings estimates to reflect adverse currency moves, higher operating costs and slower than earlier expected Model X ramp, JPMorgan cut its price target for Tesla shares to $165 from $175. The stock closed Friday up 9c to $206.79. The firm dropped its Q1 earnings estimate to (38c) from (31c) despite the increase in Q1 deliveries preannounced by the electric car maker. JPMorgan keeps an Underweight rating on Tesla, the firm's equivalent to a sell. It maintains Overweight ratings on Ford (F) and General Motors (GM) with price targets of $19 and $46, respectively, ahead of the Q1 reporting season.
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