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June 10, 2014
14:19 EDTVLOUF, TS, PBRTenaris drops after competitor cuts guidance
Shares of steel pipe and tube maker Tenaris (TS) are falling after its competitor, Vallourec (VLOUF), reduced its guidance for its 2014 earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization. WHAT'S NEW: Vallourec now expects its EBITDA to drop 10% this year compared to 2013, the company stated in a press release earlier today. The company had previously anticipated that it would post a "moderate" increase in EBITDA this year. One reason for the change was a decision by Brazilian energy company Petrobras (PBR) to eliminate most of its tube inventories by the end of the year, Vallourec stated. Also, demand in the company's Europe, Asia, Middle East, and Africa region has declined as energy companies adjust their inventories and delay some tenders for premium products, Vallourec reported. "Management remains convinced of the long-term attractiveness of the global oil & gas end markets the Group serves and committed to implementing its strategy aimed at taking full advantage of these favorable structural trends," Vallourec's chairman, Philippe Crouzet, said in a statement. PRICE ACTION: In mid-afternoon trading, Tenaris dropped 3.3% to $45.34 and Vallourec shares trading in New York slumped 8% to $50.
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August 17, 2015
07:51 EDTPBRPetrobras volatility flat as share price and oil trends lower
Petrobras August call option implied volatility is at 69, September is at 68, October is at 66; compared to its 52-week range of 42 to 131, suggesting non-directional price movement.

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