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December 20, 2013
06:18 EDTS, TMUS, LYG, RBSOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap-Up
WALL STREET JOURNAL: The Federal Reserve's role in the mortgage market has expanded over the past three months and could remain large for now, even as the central bank attempts to shrink its bond-buying program, the Wall Street Journal reports...At least half a dozen banks are working on proposals for financing a bid by Sprint (S) for T-Mobile (TMUS), sources say, another sign that Sprint is laying the groundwork for a potential offer for its smaller rival, the Wall Street Journal reports...REUTERS: This year has been the biggest for equity fundraising globally since 2010, thanks to improving confidence among companies on the back of the strong investor demand for stocks, according to Thomson Reuters data. A total of $774B has been raised worldwide from equity capital market offerings as of December 18, a rise of 24% on 2012, Reuters reports...Lloyds Bank (LYG) is poised for a return to private ownership within 18 months, while part-nationalized rival Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) faces some major hurdles before it can regain independence, Reuters reports...BLOOMBERG: The Fed will probably reduce its bond purchases in $10B increments over the next seven meetings before ending the program in December 2014, economists said, Bloomberg reports...Investment bankers have said a recovery was around the corner throughout the current slump, awaiting a stronger U.S. economy, rising stock markets or an end to the European debt crisis. All those conditions have been satisfied, yet dealmaking has remained stagnant as CEOís continue to worry about the viability of the economic recovery, Bloomberg reports.
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April 24, 2014
05:54 EDTTMUSStocks with implied volatility movement; TMUS WYNN
Stocks with implied volatility movement; T-Mobile (TMUS) 60, Wynn Resorts (WYNN) 49 according to iVolatility.
April 23, 2014
12:51 EDTTMUSOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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10:21 EDTTMUS, SAT&T slumps after failing to raise profit guidance
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April 22, 2014
13:33 EDTLYGLloyds Banking upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Nomura
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10:02 EDTTMUS, SBofA/Merrill's telecom analysts hold an analyst/industry conference call
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08:00 EDTRBS, LYGBoE to simulate cyber attacks on banks, FT reports
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07:26 EDTRBSInformation Management Network to hold a conference
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07:16 EDTTMUSiPhone sales could be hurt by fading phone subsidies, WSJ reports
Sales of Apple's (AAPL) iPhones may be further pressured as carriers make faster progress in transitioning customers away from subsidies, the Wall Street Journal reports. U.S. wireless carriers like T-Mobile US (TMUS) and AT&T (T) have been having more success than expected in moving customers to non-subsidy plans, a transition that could harm sales of expensive handsets such as the iPhone. Reference Link
April 21, 2014
07:22 EDTS, TMUSPossible Sprint, T-Mobile merger could spark U.S. auction rethink, Reuters says
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April 16, 2014
07:25 EDTLYGHitachi gathers $4.5B to finance Scotland-London express trains, Bloomberg says
Hitachi (HTHIY) has gathered $4.5B from an array of international institutions to fund its contract to construct 65 high-speed express trains to use on Britainís East Coast rail line between Scotland and London, according to Bloomberg, citing a company spokeswoman. Some of the lenders include the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, HSBC (HSBC), Lloyds Banking (LYG) and the European Investment Bank. Reference Link
April 15, 2014
07:25 EDTRBSFederal Reserve Bank of Atlanta to hold a conference
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April 14, 2014
09:10 EDTS, TMUST-Mobile CEO starts petition for consumers to call on peers to end overages
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09:05 EDTS, TMUST-Mobile abolishes consumer overages, challenges other providers to follow suit
T-Mobile (TMUS) announced a campaign to eliminate overage penalties, one of the most reviled wireless industry practices. While abolishing overages for all customers on T-Mobile consumer plans, its CEO has also laid down a challenge to the nation's largest carriers, AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ) and Sprint (S), to do the same.
06:40 EDTTMUS, SNo lines for Samsung's Galaxy S5 but carriers say demand healthy, Re/code says
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April 13, 2014
16:57 EDTSSprint and Spotify plan to team up, Re/code says
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