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February 26, 2013
09:57 EDTSIXSix Flags says overlooked and undervalued, targets $6 in EPS by 2015
Six Flags, in investor presentation slides today, said it is historically overlooked, misunderstood and undervalued. The company said its theme Park segment is well-positioned in the leisure industry and that it offers "compelling value relative to other forms of entertainment." Six Flags added that domestic theme park development is unlikely as key markets are already served and the significant investment needed to construct parks. The company said it currently generates cash EPS yield of 7% and could generate 9% by 2015. Six Flag sees its cash EPS growing from $4.33 in 2012 to $6.00 by 2015. Shares of the company are up 38c to $66.91 in early trading.
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16:17 EDTSIXSix Flags sets new modified EBITDA target of $600M by 2017
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16:15 EDTSIXSix Flags raises dividend to 52c from 47c
Six Flags Entertainment announced that its board of directors has approved an increase in the company's ongoing quarterly cash dividend from 47c per common share to 52c per common share. The fourth quarter dividend will be payable December 8 to shareholders of record as of November 25.
16:15 EDTSIXSix Flags reports Q3 EPS ex-items $1.56, consensus $1.50
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October 20, 2014
15:36 EDTSIXNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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October 8, 2014
07:46 EDTSIXSix Flags shares overly beaten up, says Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse said shares of Six Flags have been overly punished. The firm remains constructive on Six Flags given management's focus on shareholder value through a potential REIT conversion, sale of the business to a strategic partner and buyback capacity. Shares are Outperform rated with a $47 price target.

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