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February 1, 2013
12:06 EDTPEP, KO, CBS, SODANew SodaStream Super Bowl ad to depict disappearing bottles, Globes says
SodaStream's (SODA) revised Super Bowl ad will depict plastic bottles disappearing as various consumers use the company's soda making machine, Globes reported yesterday. The ad is emant to hammer home the company's message that its product helps the environemnt, the website noted. The original ad which which spoofs Coca-Cola (KO) and Pepsi (PEP) was rejected by CBS (CBS), will be shown online and on other TV networks, Globes added. Reference Link
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October 6, 2015
08:19 EDTPEPPepsiCo says continues to see FY15 free cash flow of over $7B
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08:16 EDTPEP PepsiCo raises FY15 core EPS view to $4.54 from $4.49
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06:40 EDTPEPPepsico to no longer include results of Venezuelan units in financial statements
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06:37 EDTPEPPepsiCo says on track to deliver $1B productivity savings
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06:35 EDTPEPPepsiCo up 2.3% after reporting Q3 results
06:34 EDTPEPPepsiCo raises FY15 Core EPS view to up 9% from up 8%
Sees mid-single-digit organic revenue growth in FY15. Based on the current foreign exchange market consensus, the company now expects foreign exchange translation to have an unfavorable impact of approximately 10 percentage points on full year net revenue growth and approximately 11 percentage points on full year core EPS performance in 2015, reflecting current expectations for strength of the U.S. dollar. In addition, the company expects: Low- to mid-single-digit commodity inflation, which includes the estimated impact of transaction-related foreign exchange; Productivity savings of approximately $1B; Higher net interest expense driven by higher interest rates and net debt balances; A core effective tax rate of approximately 25%; Over $10B in cash flow from operating activities and more than $7B in free cash flow; Net capital spending to be approximately $3B, within the company's long-term capital spending target of less than or equal to 5% of net revenue; and To return a total of approximately $9B to shareholders through dividends of approximately $4B and share repurchases of approximately $5B.
06:31 EDTPEPPepsiCo reports Q3 Core EPS $1.35, consensus $1.26
Reports Q3 revenue $16.33B, consensus $16.15B.
October 5, 2015
15:15 EDTPEPPepsiCo October weekly 95.5 straddle priced for 2% movement into Q3
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15:02 EDTPEPNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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14:19 EDTPEPPepsiCo technical notes ahead of earnings
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06:53 EDTPEPPepsiCo volatility elevated into Q3 and outlook
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October 2, 2015
18:07 EDTKOCoca-Cola, other blue chips, call for Blatter to step down, WSJ says
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October 1, 2015
16:05 EDTCBSRentrak says all CBS TV owned & operated stations are Rentrak subscribers
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12:54 EDTCBSOptions with increasing call volume
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09:29 EDTCBSAmazon, CBS announce multi-year, multi-series content licensing agreement
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September 30, 2015
14:50 EDTPEPPepsiCo volatility elevated into Q3 and outlook
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September 29, 2015
19:06 EDTKOCoca Cola will not renew health group sponsorships, AP says
Coca-Cola will not renew its sponsorship of a professional group for dietitians, according to the Associated Press, and will not renew its contracts with the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Cardiology when they end later this year. The company said the move was driven by "budget realities" and not criticism over these partnerships. Reference Link
13:09 EDTCBSGoogle to bring Showtime, NBA content to Chromecast
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September 25, 2015
10:48 EDTCBSMorgan Stanley cautious on media, but sees several stocks punished too hard
Morgan Stanley cut its price targets on a number of media companies, citing the impact of cord cutting and skinny bundles. The firm also reduced its outlook for the pay-TV sector due to its belief that the adoption of skinny bundles will accelerate, while the outlook for cable TV ads has deteriorated slightly, given macro pressures. The firm kept a Cautious view on the media sector, but also identified several stocks in the space that it thinks have been punished too harshly by investors recently. WHAT'S NEW: TV networks in general, and cable networks in particular, have the highest margins in media and are encountering increased top and bottom line competitive pressures, Morgan Stanley analyst Benjamin Swinburne believes. On the top line, they are being hit by ratings and ad pressures as well as cord cutting and distribution consolidation, the analyst stated. Meanwhile, their profit is being hurt by the increased need to obtain new content and intensified competition for content from new sources like Netflix (NFLX) and Google's (GOOG) YouTube, Swinburne said. However, the analyst thinks that media stocks are "starting to get" cheap, given the leverage that many of the companies carry. Swinburne cuts his price target on 21st Century Fox (FOXA) to $31 from $37, on AMC Networks (AMCX) to $86 from $88, on CBS (CBS) to $46 from $56, on Time Warner (TWX) to $72 from $87 and on Viacom (VIAB) to $48 from $60. He kept Overweight ratings on Fox, AMC and CBS, an Equal Weight rating on Time Warner and an Underweight rating on Viacom. OVERDONE DECLINES: Swinburne believes that the declines in three media stocks - CBS, 21st Century Fox, and AMC Networks - have been overdone, while the decline in Comcast's (CMCSA) stock has also been excessive. CBS and 21st Century Fox are "best positioned for the skinny bundle" and have the cheapest valuations relative to their growth rates, Swinburne believes. Meanwhile, AMC Networks has "content momentum" and its EPS can exceed expectations, the analyst believes. Comcast is gaining share in the broadband Internet market, could take share in video soon, and has sufficient scale and offerings to benefit from the increased popularity of skinny bundles, according to the analyst, who kept an Overweight rating on the stock. The media sector could benefit from consolidation going forward, added Swinburne, who recommended that investors interested in buying potential takeover targets in the space focus on AMC Networks, MSG Networks (MSG) and Dreamworks Animation (DWA). He kept Overweight ratings on all three of those stocks. OTHERS TO WATCH: Besides Comcast, other pay TV companies include DISH Network (DISH) and Charter Communications (CHTR). PRICE ACTION: In early trading, Fox A shares lost 0.5% to $25.83, AMC fell 0.3% to $73.29, CBS added 0.2% to $41, Time Warner was little changed at $67.66 and Comcast A shares added 0.6% to $57.17.
08:10 EDTPEPPepsiCo Q3 should mark earnings trough, says JPMorgan
JPMorgan analyst John Faucher expects PepsiCo's earnings to trough in Q3 as currency headwinds peak. Earnings growth acceleration and gross margin upside position the stock well heading into 2016, the analyst argues. He reiterates an Overweight rating on PepsiCo with a $110 price target.
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