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February 26, 2009
06:03 EDTNYX, NDAQ, DWANasdaq pulls for listing switches-WSJ
The Wall Street Journal reports that Nasdaq Stock Market (NDAQ) is gaining ground in the war for stock-exchange listings. In 2008, Nasdaq attracted companies with $80B of market capitalization to switch from NYSE Euronext's (NYX) New York Stock Exchange, which stole Nasdaq-listed companies with just $8B in market value last year. Nasdaq is using new tactics like advertising perks and "market intelligence" services to steal companies that include DreamWorks Animation SKG (DWA) from the NYSE. Reference Link
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November 16, 2014
18:05 EDTDWAHasbro buyout of DreamWorks Animation 'doesn't make sense', Barron's says
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November 15, 2014
08:28 EDTDWAHasbro ends DreamWorks talks after stock decline, Deadline reports
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08:25 EDTDWAHasbro, DreamWorks talks 'cool,' unlikely to resume, WSJ reports
Hasbro's (HAS) talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation (DWA) have "cooled" and are unlikely to resume, Wall Street Journal reported last night, citing a person familiar with the matter. Reference Link
November 14, 2014
16:26 EDTDWANasdaq clear leader as major averages end week higher
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10:25 EDTDWAOptions with increasing implied volatility: BHI DWA ZTS
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06:37 EDTDWADreamWorks competes with key Hasbro partner Disney, NY Times says
After multiple news outlets reported that Hasbro (HAS) was in talks about buying DreamWorks (DWA), The New York Times says that the toy maker holds very lucrative contracts with Disney (DIS), which views DreamWorks as a key competitor. Hasbro gets up to 30% of its revenue from products linked to Disney, the newspaper quoted some analysts as saying. Reference Link
November 13, 2014
16:36 EDTDWAOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street saw another day of relatively quiet trading in a tight range, but the major averages once again finished the session higher than where they'd began. The Dow, powered by the post-earnings advance from Wal-Mart (WMT), led and closed at a new all-time high for the third time in the last four days. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., initial jobless claims rebounded 12K to 290K in the week ending November 8, versus expectations for 280K first-time claims. The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, or JOLTs report, showed job openings fell to 4.335M in September, versus the consensus forecast for 4.8M openings. The Treasury reported a $121.7B budget deficit for October, versus the consensus deficit forecast of $117B. COMPANY NEWS: Wal-Mart led the Dow, advancing $3.74, or 4.72%, to $82.94 after the world's largest retailer's earnings beat expectations and it reported U.S. comparable store sales grew 0.5% during the just-completed quarter... Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) agreed to acquire the Duracell battery business from Procter and Gamble (PG) via a stock swap. In exchange for a recapitalized Duracell company, which will include approximately $1.7B in cash at closing, P&G will receive shares of its own common stock currently held by Berkshire having a current value of approximately $4.7B, the companies announced. Shares of Procter & Gamble, which also guided to FY15 core EPS growth in a mid-single digit percentage range, fell 88c, or 0.98%, to $88.60 after the deal was announced and guidance was issued. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Baker Hughes (BHI), which surged $7.77, or 15.24%, to $58.75 after The Wall Street Journal said the company is in fast-moving talks to be acquired by larger peer Halliburton (HAL), which also rose 56c, or 1.05%, to $53.79 following the report. Also higher was DreamWorks Animation (DWA), which jumped $3.15, or 14.08%, to $25.52 after several media outlets reported that the animated movie maker company was in talks about selling itself to toy maker Hasbro (HAS). Hasbro shares fell $2.49, or 4.33%, to $54.98 following the reports. Also lower were shares of Revance (RVNC), which fell $4.93, or 23.48%, to $16.07 after the company said last night that the preliminary results from its ongoing open-label study suggest it still has "some work to do" to increase the probability of success for its upcoming Phase 3 pivotal program for RT001. INDEXES: The Dow rose 40.59, or 0.23%, to 17,652.79, the Nasdaq gained 5.01, or 0.11%, to 4,680.14, and the S&P 500 added 1.08, or 0.05%, to 2,039.33.
12:44 EDTDWAOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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11:28 EDTDWAOptions with increasing implied volatility: CVEO DWA ZTZ
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10:20 EDTDWADreamWorks rallies on reports of potential takeover, Sterne Agee skeptical
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09:08 EDTDWADreamWorks Animation purchase by Hasbro would be illogical, says Sterne Agee
After media outlets reported that DreamWorks (DWA) was in talks about selling itself to Hasbro (HAS), Sterne Agee sees no logic to such a transaction and does not expect the deal to occur. The firm doesn't see why Hasbro would pay 41% of its market cap for a company that is facing serious challenges. It keeps a $17 price target and Underperform rating on DreamWorks.
07:32 EDTDWADreamWorks Animation volatility flat into Hasbro in talks to acquire report
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07:25 EDTDWAHasbro risk could be raised by Dreamworks deal, says Wells Fargo
After multiple media outlets reported that Hasbro (HAS) is in talks to buy DreamWorks Animation (DWA), Wells Fargo thinks the deal would expand Hasbro Studios' capabilities. However, the firm believes the deal could increase Hasbro's risk, given Dreamworks' mixed track record. The firm keeps an Outperform rating on Hasbro.
07:21 EDTDWAHasbro volatility flat in advanced talks to acquire DreamWorks report
Hasbro (HAS) overall option implied volatility of 17 compares to its 26-week average of 18 according to Track Data, suggesting non-directional price movement into talks to buy DreamWorks Animation (DWA), New York Times reports.
07:01 EDTDWAHasbro deal with Disney could be impacted with merger, says Piper Jaffray
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06:29 EDTDWAMattel deal with DreamWorks likely not renewed with merger, says Wells Fargo
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06:09 EDTDWADreamWorks looking for $35 per share in takeover, Deadline reports
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05:52 EDTDWAHasbro in advanced talks to acquire DreamWorks, NY Times reports
Hasbro (HAS) is in advanced talks to buy DreamWorks Animation (DWA) for a mix of cash and stock, New York Times reports, citing people briefed on the matter. DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg is seeking more than $30 per share, but the deal price is yet to be determined, the paper adds. Reference Link
November 12, 2014
09:10 EDTDWASamsung and M-GO launch UHD transactional VOD service
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08:13 EDTNDAQBoston Biotech to hold a conference
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