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February 10, 2014
08:46 EDTAAPL, F, TM, WWE, BATS, BCS, BEBE, TMUS, CMCSA, IEP, GOOG, AOL, S, RSH, ICEOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap
WSJ: Sprint (S) rethinks bid for T-Mobile (TMUS) amidst regulatory opposition...Toyota (TM) near $1B deal to end U.S. criminal probe...AOL (AOL) CEO apologizes and reinstates former benefits policy...REUTERS: Bebe Stores (BEBE) exploring sale...BLOOMBERG: Judge orders new Ford (F) trial over truck dealers' claims...Motorola Mobility (GOOG) faces possible EU curbs...Barclays (BCS) probes possible data theft from 27K customers...OTHER NEWS: ISS recommends Apple (AAPL) shareholders reject Icahn (IEP) proposal, New York Times reports...BATS (BATS) trading volume closing in on NYSE (ICE), NY Post reports... NBCUniversal (CMCSA), WWE (WWE) considering separation, NY Post reports...RadioShack (RSH) seen as potential retail survivor, CNBC reports.
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December 8, 2014
06:15 EDTAAPLLenovo shipments expected to lead Samsung by 9M in 2015, DigiTimes reports
Lenovo (LNVGY) is estimated to beat Samsung (SSNLF) in mobile device shipments in 2015 by about 9M units, reports DigiTimes Research. Lenovo is set to beat Samsung by about 1M units in 2014 and become the second largest mobile computing device brand vendor worldwide behind Apple (AAPL). DigiTimes Research says Lenovo and Samsung plan to focus on maintaining tablet shipments as demand weakens in 2015. Reference Link
December 7, 2014
17:43 EDTRSHRadioShack looks to amend terms of loan from Salus, Bloomberg says
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13:47 EDTGOOGGoogle could reach $634 in a year, Barron's says
Google shares look attractive at current levels and shares could reach $634.00 in a year, driven by stabilizing ad pricing, Barron's contends in a feature article. Reference Link
December 5, 2014
12:50 EDTGOOGOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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11:23 EDTAAPLOption volume leaders
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10:20 EDTGOOGYahoo rises, Google falls after BofA changes ratings on both
Shares of Yahoo (YHOO) are rising and Google's (GOOG, GOOGL) stock is falling after Bank of America Merrill Lynch upgraded Yahoo and downgraded Google. WHAT'S NEW: Bank of America analyst Justin Post upgraded his rating on Yahoo to Buy from Neutral. Post said he had previously not expected to obtain information about Yahoo's strategy for avoiding taxes on the sale of its stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (BABA) at least until well into 2015. However, Yahoo's CFO recently stated that the company continued to be optimistic that it would be able to cut its tax bill and added that the company would divulge its plans for doing so during its next earnings conference call. Yahoo's next earnings conference call is expected to take place by the end of next month, Post noted. He set a $62 price target on Yahoo shares. Meanwhile, Post downgraded Google to Neutral from Buy. The analyst thinks the company is facing several headwinds, including the maturity of its search business, a lack of products that can provide catalysts, and margin pressures as it invests in competitive businesses. As a result of these headwinds, Google's results are likely to be below expectations, Post believes. Meanwhile, the company is also facing increased regulatory risk, particularly in the EU, and increased competition from Facebook (FB) and other social networks. He trimmed his price target on Google to $580 from $600. PRICE ACTION: In early trading, Yahoo climbed 1% to $50.94, while Google class A shares declined 1.5% to $534.33.
10:00 EDTICE, GOOGOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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09:36 EDTAAPLActive equity options trading
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08:55 EDTGOOGYahoo seen overtaking Twitter in U.S. mobile ad market share, WSJ reports
Research firm eMarketer predicts Google (GOOG, GOOGL) and Facebook (FB) will account for about 35% and 17%, respectively, of the U.S. mobile ad market in 2015, but the firm also expects Yahoo (YHOO) will edge past Twitter (TWTR) in terms of mobile ad revenue, with projected market shares of 3.74% and 3.69%, respectively, reported The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
08:47 EDTRSHRadioShack ending 401(k) matching as part of cuts, Bloomberg reports
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08:14 EDTGOOGGoogle volatility low into being downgraded to Neutral from Buy at BofA/Merrill
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07:45 EDTAAPLConsensus on Apple iPhone units could be low, says UBS
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07:38 EDTGOOGFollow-up: Google downgraded at BofA/Merrill
As previously reported, BofA/Merrill downgraded Google to Neutral from Buy. The firm lowered estimates slightly below the Street due to lack of product catalysts, search maturity, and margin pressure from investments. BofA/Merrill is also cautious on online advertising growth given increased regulatory risk in the EU, potential Facebook (FB) competition, share loss from social growth, and a strong Apple (AAPL) product cycle. Price target lowered to $580 from $600.
07:28 EDTGOOGGoogle downgraded to Neutral from Buy at BofA/Merrill
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07:01 EDTBEBEbebe stores indentifies, stops payment card security incident
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06:53 EDTFFord's China sales rose 2% in November, Reuters says
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06:41 EDTAAPLApple questions validity of plaintiffs in iPod case, NY Times says
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06:15 EDTGOOGGoogle revamps incentive program for firms that sell productivity apps, services
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06:15 EDTICEIntercontinentalExchange downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup
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06:03 EDTGOOG, AAPLiOS mobile traffic shows iPhone 6 launch strong, says Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray says that according to Quantcast data, Apple's (AAPL) iOS mobile traffic share increased from 60.6% at iPhone 6 launch to 61.4% nine weeks after launch, while Google's (GOOG) Android decreased from 38.4% to 37.5% in the same period. Piper views the iOS mobile traffic share as further evidence that the iPhone 6 launch in the U.S. is off to a strong start. It keeps an Overweight rating on Apple shares with a $135 price target.
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