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January 23, 2013
16:30 EDTFSLR, STRI, MCP, AGN, MAPP, COH, CREE, HLF, GOOG, IBM On The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were higher following better than expected earnings from tech giants IBM (IBM) and Google (GOOG). Near midday, the House voted to extend the debt limit until May 19, as expected, and the markets did not react to the news. Eyes on the Street are focused on this evening's report from Nasdaq's largest component, Apple (AAPL)... ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the light economic calendar included the Home Price Index, which showed prices rose 0.6% in November, versus expectations for an increase of 0.7%. Also of note, the International Monetary Fund lowered its outlook for 2013 global output growth to 3.5% from 3.6%... COMPANY NEWS: IBM shares gained $8.64, or 4.41%, to $204.72 after its earnings report and guidance exceeded expectations. Google similarly reported earnings that beat consensus. A number of firms increased their price targets on shares, including Jefferies taking their target up to $875. Google advanced $38.63, or 5.5%, to $741.50 following its earnings report... Herbalife (HLF) was again in the news as Greenlight Capital's quarterly letter to investors made the rounds this afternoon. There was some speculation that the letter contained a veiled reference to a short position in Herbalife, however, The Wall Street Journal reported that Greenlight's David Einhorn told investors he does not currently have any bet on the stock. However, Einhorn admitted to profiting from a short position in Herbalife held in 2012 that has since been closed. Shares of Herbalife were down $1.13, or 2.56%, to $43.01 on the day... Among notable companies moving after reporting earnings were Cree (CREE), up $7.38, or 22.05%, to $40.85 after beating expectations, and Coach (COH), down $9.93, or 16.36%, to $50.75 after its earnings fell short of expectations and its Q4 SSS fell 2%... MAJOR MOVERS: Among notable gainers was MAP Pharmaceuticals (MAPP), which rose $9.13, or 58.6%, to $24.71 after it was announced last night that the company had agreed to be acquired by Allergan (AGN) for $25 per share. Allergan shares fell $1.10, or 1.04%, to $104.65 following the announcement. Among notable losers was Molycorp (MCP), which fell 95c, or 10.76%, to $7.88 after disclosing that the company sees Q4 and 1H13 production below expectations and shares were downgraded at Dahlman Rose. Also lower were shares of STR Holdings (STRI), down 79c, or 25.48%, to $2.31 after announcing last night that it expects to lose First Solar (FSLR) as a customer and shares were downgraded to Hold at Craig-Hallum... INDICES: The Dow was up 66.96, or 0.49%, to 13,779.17; the Nasdaq was up 10.49, or 0.33%, to 3,153.67; and the S&P 500 was up 2.22, or 0.15%, to 1,494.78.
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August 20, 2014
13:46 EDTGOOGVerizon looking to build app store, The Information says
Verizon (VZ) is looking to partner with other companies to build an app store, according to The Information. Verizon's app store would compete with Google (GOOG) and Apple (AAPL), which already sell smartphone software, The Information noted. Reference Link
10:53 EDTAGNAnalysts say Salix takeover would boost Allergan
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09:46 EDTAGNAllergan merger deal not imminent, CNBC's Faber reports
An acquisition by Allergan (AGN) is not imminent, CNBC's David Faber reports. Salix (SLXP) and Jazz Pharmaceuticals (JAZZ) are said to be potential targets of the company, Faber adds. Valeant (VRX) could announce over the next few days that it has enough votes to call for a special meeting, the reported said.
09:24 EDTGOOGVringo intends to seek en banc review of decision in I/P Engine case
Vringo (VRNG) announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary I/P Engine, Inc. intends to file a petition with the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit seeking en banc review of the split appellate decision in its case against AOL (AOL), Google (GOOG) et al. that issued on August 15 and reversed the judgment of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Under the Federal Circuit's rules, I/P Engine's petition for en banc review is due on September 15. I/P Engine has filed an unopposed motion seeking a 30-day extension, which would make its petition due October 15. Upon receiving the requested extension, I/P Engine may file the petition on or anytime prior to October 15.
07:19 EDTAGNPossible Allergan Salix deal could be 8% accretive in '15-'16, says Wells Fargo
After The Wall Street Journal reported that Allergan (AGN) had approached Salix (SLXP) and other companies about a potential acquisition, Wells Fargo thinks that a largely debt financed purchase of Salix could be 8% accretive for Allergan in 2015-2016, reaching 12% accretion in 2018.
07:07 EDTAGNSome Valeant shareholders express uncertainty over Allergan deal, Reuters says
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07:04 EDTAGNSalix buyout price could be near $192 per share, says William Blair
William Blair believes a combined Allergan (AGN) and Salix (SLXP) would be very attractive. The firm estimates a potential takeover price for Salix towards the high end of its $176-$192 per share range. Salix rose 16% yesterday to $160.80 after Wall Street Journal reported that Allergan approached the company and at least one other about a takeover.
07:01 EDTGOOGGarmin introduces first Android-based fleet navigators
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06:36 EDTGOOGIliad speaks to Google, Microsoft regarding T-Mobile offer, NY Post says
After Iliad's (ILIAF) surprise bid for T-Mobile (TMUS) was rejected, the firm is now in contact with , personnel at Google (GOOG) and Microsoft (MSFT) about working together to come up with a larger offer for the company, according to the New York Post, citing a "well-placed" source. Reference Link
August 19, 2014
17:14 EDTAGNOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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16:52 EDTAGNAllergan all-cash deal would reduce hostile bid chances, says BMO Capital
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14:40 EDTAGNSterne Agee says Allergan could pay up to $190 for Salix and still be accretive
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13:13 EDTAGNAllergan approached Salix, one other about takeover, WSJ reports
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13:06 EDTAGNSalix jumps 6% to $147.85 after WSJ report of Allergan approach
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13:05 EDTAGNAllergan approached Salix about takeover, WSJ reports
11:05 EDTIBMImperva seen as takeover candidate under new CEO
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08:42 EDTIBMImperva new CEO has history of selling companies, says Sterne Agee
After Imperva (IMPV) appointed Anthony Bettencourt as its new CEO, Sterne Agee says that he has a history of selling companies. The firm believes that Imperva "would likely be an acquisition candidate" for a number of large tech companies such as Cisco (CSC), Juniper (JNPR), HP (HPQ), IBM (IBM), Check Point (CHKP), or F5 (FFIV). Sterne Agee believes that Imperva could be acquired for as much as $45 per share, and it keeps a Buy rating on the stock.
06:50 EDTGOOGImages show impending Google music subscription service, Android Police says
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06:13 EDTGOOGContinental AG hires Google's Seval Oz to lead new division, WSJ reports
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05:57 EDTGOOGGoogle to offer accounts to children under 13, WSJ reports
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