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May 5, 2014
09:16 EDTIRDM, RAIL, BEAV, ARIA, BSFT, AUXL, OWW, TGT, SUNE, OZM, SINA, KING, JPMOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
HIGHER: Orbitz (OWW), up 9% after Q1 revenue, Q2 revenue outlook top estimates... ARIAD (ARIA), up 3% following upgrade at Jefferies... King Digital (KING), up 2.5% after stock initiated at several firms, including with an Overweight rating at JPMorgan and with a Buy at Deutsche Bank... BE Aerospace (BEAV), up 9% after announcing its plan to explore strategic alternatives to enhance shareholder value... Och-Ziff Capital (OZM), up 2.9% after upgraded at Keefe Bruyette. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Auxilium (AUXL), down 5%... FreightCar America (RAIL), down 5.2%... BroadSoft (BSFT), down 16%... Realogy (RLGY), down 6%. ALSO LOWER: Target (TGT), down 1.4% after its CEO Gregg Steinhafel stepped down, effective immediately, and was replaced on an interim basis by CFO John Mulligan.. JPMorgan (JPM), down 3% after reporting in its 10-Q filed with the SEC that it sees Q2 markets revenue down 20% from prior year... SINA (SINA), down 3.2% after downgraded at Oppenheimer... Iridium (IRDM), down 5.6% raising $50M in a direct offering of shares to Baron Funds... SunEdison (SUNE), down 2.8% after Barron's says the company's YieldCo plan could bring scrutiny over taxes.
News For JPM;TGT;ARIA;KING;OWW;BEAV;SINA;AUXL;RAIL;OZM;BSFT;IRDM;SUNE From The Last 14 Days
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December 11, 2014
10:13 EDTJPMOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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09:16 EDTARIAOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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08:02 EDTARIAARIAD downgraded at Credit Suisse
As previously reported, Credit Suisse downgraded ARIAD to Underperform from Neutral. The firm said Iclusig launch metrics are weak and expects it to remain a last option for CML patients with specific resistant mutations or failure with other therapies. Price target lowered to $6 from $8.
07:20 EDTJPM, JPMJPMorgan upgraded to Outperform from Underperform at CLSA
CLSA upgrade JPMorgan to Outperform from Underperform. The analyst expects JPMorgan to benefit from progress in revenue efficiency, operating leverage and structurally lower credit costs. Additionally, CLSA believes the sum-of-the-parts valuation discount provides the possibility of a breakup or restructuring if the company does not succeed. Price target raised to $70 from $60.
06:14 EDTARIAARIAD downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse
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December 10, 2014
14:18 EDTJPMJPMorgan leads banks lower, levels to watch
The shares are down over 2.5% to $60.94. At that price next major support is at $59.83, the last price for the 50-day moving average. Resistance is at $61.31.
12:24 EDTJPMOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street opened in negative territory and have remained there throughout the morning. The averages have moved in a narrow range as the price of crude continues to fall. Near noon, WTI crude was down another 5% to roughly $60 per barrel. The weakness is effecting equities, as investors are concerned the oil price weakness is indicative of the slowing global economy. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., House and Senate lawmakers reportedly reached a deal on a nearly $1.1T bill to fund most of the government through September and avert a shutdown. The EIA estimated crude oil supplies grew 1.5 Mmbbls last week, while consensus expected a 2.7 Mmbbls decrease. The Treasury budget statement for November is expected at 2:00 pm ET, with the consensus expectation for a deficit of $63B. COMPANY NEWS: Shares of JPMorgan (JPM) declined 2% after guidelines proposed yesterday by the Federal Reserve would likely result in the firm managing to a higher capital buffer. Additionally, JPMorgan CFO Marianne Lake, speaking earlier at a Goldman Sachs conference, said the bank sees its Q4 reported markets revenues down by a "high teens" percentage and that its "core" markets performance in Q4, excluding the sale of physical commodities and allocation of preferred dividend expense, is indicated down 4% to-date compared to last year's quarter. Lake became the latest bank executive to discuss a Q4 trading slump, after Bank of America (BAC) CEO Brian Moynihan, speaking yesterday at the same financial conference, said the bank expects its Q4 trading revenue to be down on both a linked-quarter and year-over-year basis. Also yesterday, Citigroup (C) CEO Michael Corbat estimated that the bank's Q4 markets revenue would be down year-over-year by about 5%. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Analogic (ALOG), which rose 12% after the company reported better than expected quarterly earnings. Also higher was Novadaq (NVDQ), which gained 11.5% after the company signed a multi-year distributor agreement with LifeNet Health that analysts at Canaccord said could potentially be a big deal and materially help its near and long-term prospects. Among the noteworthy losers was Yum! Brands (YUM), which dropped nearly 5% after the owner of the KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell brands issued a negative preannouncement on its China business and provided lower than expected 2015 EPS guidance. Also lower were shares of Krispy Kreme (KKD), which sunk 8% after the donut maker reported weaker than expected earnings and revenue. INDEXES: Near midday, the Dow was down 164.41, or 0.92%, to 17,636.79, the Nasdaq was down 32.79, or 0.69%, to 4,733.68, and the S&P 500 was down 17.43, or 0.85%, to 2,042.39.
12:09 EDTSINAYouku Tudou rises slightly in down market after Credit Suisse upgrade
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11:03 EDTJPMJPMorgan drops 2% after CFO talks down Q4 numbers
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06:17 EDTJPMJPMorgan faces $22B capital hole under new Fed rules, Financial Times says
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December 9, 2014
17:19 EDTBEAVKLX Inc to replace Civeo Corp. in S&P 400 as of 12/16 close
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14:57 EDTJPMFed to propose rulemaking on risk-based capital surcharges for GSIB banks
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14:42 EDTJPMFed sees setting capital surcharge up to 4.5% for big U.S. banks, Bloomberg says
Bloomberg cites surcharge estimates in Federal Reserve staff memo. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC).
09:10 EDTARIAARIAD takeover rumors rekindled, Independent says
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07:37 EDTARIAARIAD announces safety, efficacy follow-up data on Iclusig
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07:36 EDTARIAARIAD says Iclusig shows anti-leukemic activity in long-term follow up data
ARIAD Pharmaceuticals announced long-term follow up data from the Phase 1 trial of Iclusig, its approved BCR-ABL inhibitor, in heavily pretreated patients with resistant or intolerant chronic myeloid leukemia or Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The study now shows that with a median follow-up of four years in chronic phase CML patients, Iclusig continues to demonstrate anti-leukemic activity in patients with limited treatment options and that responses have been maintained in CP-CML patients with 72 percent having a major cytogenetic response, 65 percent having a complete cytogenetic response and 56 percent having a major molecular response. Long-term safety data show that careful benefit-risk evaluations should guide decisions to use and maintain ponatinib therapy, particularly in patients who may be at increased risk for arterial thrombotic events. These data were featured in a poster presentation on December 8 at the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology taking place in San Francisco.
December 8, 2014
15:14 EDTRAILFreightCar America announces expansion to meet demand for railcars
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07:36 EDTARIAARIAD: Iclusig demonstrates anti-leukemic activity in patents in Phase 2 trial
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06:35 EDTJPMValue of Wall Street's M&A bankers has risen, NY Times says
The value of Wall Street's bankers who advise large companies seems to be increasing, while traders are becoming less valuable, according to The New York Times. Bankers who work on M&A deals are expecting their bonuses to increase, while traders anticipate that their compensation will drop, the newspaper added. Furthermore, banks seem to be going the extra mile to hire top notch bankers, the newspaper stated. Publicly traded large banks include Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link
06:21 EDTJPMDeadline for Petsmart bidders extended as lenders put on leash, NY Post reports
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