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March 11, 2014
10:10 EDTNAV, CIEN, SPLS, SWHC, AEOOptions with decreasing implied volatility: SWHC CIEN AEO SPLS NAV
News For SWHC;CIEN;AEO;SPLS;NAV From The Last 14 Days
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February 27, 2015
10:12 EDTAEOGap rises after Q4 earnings top forecast, capital return plans announced
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08:11 EDTCIENCiena March weekly volatility elevated into Q1 and outlook
Ciena March weekly call option implied volatility is at 76, April is at 49, July is at 40; compared to its 26-week average of 43 according to Track Data, suggesting larger near term price movement into the expected release of Q1 results before the open on March 5.
07:21 EDTSWHCSmith & Wesson March volatility elevated into O3 and outlook
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February 24, 2015
12:22 EDTAEOOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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10:00 EDTAEOOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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09:28 EDTAEOAmerican Eagle initiated with a Buy at BB&T
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09:10 EDTAEOAmerican Eagle upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Telsey Advisory
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08:19 EDTAEOAmerican Eagle identified as favorite name for Spring at BMO Capital
BMO Capital named American Eagle as its favorite apparel retailer for spring, as the firm expects the company to benefit from the 70s Style fashion trend. .
06:52 EDTSPLSOffice Depot says acquisition by Staples to close by end of 2015
February 20, 2015
12:53 EDTNAVCitigroup sees truck carrier stocks poised to outperform
With the U.S. economy growing quickly, the stocks of truck carriers are likely to outperform the S&P 500, Citigroup believes. WHAT'S NEW: Truck transportation prices and truck carrier stocks "respond most directly to economic growth," Citigroup analyst Christian Wetherbee wrote in a note to investors today. After carriers' truckload rates rose 4% last year, the rates should rise by a similar amount this year, Wetherbee predicted. Economic growth, along with the difficulties the carriers are experiencing with recruiting drivers, should be supportive of additional rate increases, the analyst stated. Wetherbee warned that the stocks of truck builders usually underperform during periods such as the current one, when a large amounts of U.S. class 8 trucks are being built. Consequently, truck carrier stocks present investors with an opportunity, while investors should be cautious on truck builders and parts suppliers, he wrote. Among truck carriers, Swift (SWFT) is particularly attractive, since it has underperformed its peers over the last year, Wetherbee stated. Additionally, the company's results appear likely to at least meet consensus estimates, the analyst predicted. He also kept a Buy rating on another truck carrier, Knight Transportation (KNX) and maintained a Buy rating on Cummins (CMI), which builds truck engines. The analyst kept a Hold rating on truck builder PACCAR (PCAR). OTHERS TO WATCH: Navistar (NAV) builds trucks and Celadon (CGI) is another truck carrier. PRICE ACTION: In early afternoon trading, Swift rose 1%, Knight Transportation gained 1.3%, Cummins added 0.7%, and PACCAR lost 0.5%.
07:20 EDTSPLSWal-Mart wage increase may pressure Target, Staples, Reuters says
Wal-Mart's (WMT) wage increase announcement will likely pressure the retail, fast-food, and restaurant sectors to potentially follow suit, reports Reuters, citing an Edward Jones analyst and the managing director of consultancy firm Strategic Resource Group. The analysts specifically named Target (TGT) and Staples (SPLS). Reference Link
February 18, 2015
09:01 EDTCIENCiena names Marcus Starke as Chief Marketing Officer
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February 17, 2015
17:06 EDTNAVIcahn gives quarterly update on stakes, takes new stake in Manitowoc
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