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March 11, 2013
06:12 EDTVALE, DDDStocks with implied volatility movement; VALE DDD
Stocks with implied volatility movement; Vale (VALE), 3D Systems (DDD) according to iVolatility.
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February 1, 2016
05:15 EDTVALEStocks with implied volatility movement; VALE GPRO
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January 29, 2016
06:55 EDTVALEVale proposing 'zero' dividend this year to save cash, WSJ says
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January 28, 2016
17:20 EDTVALEVale board to consider zero dividend for 2016
Vale announced that, in compliance with its dividend policy and due to price volatility in mineral commodities, its executive board has approved and will submit to the board of directors a proposal for a minimum dividend equal to zero for 2016. "As the year progresses and we have more clarity on the market scenario, the board of directors may decide on the distribution of some remuneration to shareholders, provided that there is sufficient cash flow generation," the company said. In addition, in order to better align Vale's dividend policy with the current environment of commodity prices uncertainty, the executive board will submit to the board of directors a proposal to revise the current dividend policy. If approved by the board, the implementation of the proposal will be subject to approval at Vale's April shareholders meeting. Reference Link
January 26, 2016
13:45 EDTDDDStratasys falls after JPMorgan cuts on rising competition, lack of catalysts
Shares of Stratasys (SSYS) are falling after JPMorgan downgraded the company to Neutral, saying the 3D printer maker's financials could be pressured as clients curb spending and new competitors enter the space. NO CATALYSTS: Stratasys could see shrinking revenue and earnings through mid-2016 as strong competitors flood the low-end of the market and corporate clients rethink spending on the new technology, JPMorgan analyst Paul Coster argued Tuesday. Capital outlays remain muted across energy, industrials and manufacturing firms while medical device trends have also shown recent weakness, said Coster, leading him to downgrade Stratasys shares to Neutral and cut his price target to $19 from $24 on a lack of any significant catalysts for the next six months. The analyst also trimmed his outlook for 2016 earnings per share to 22c, though he sees 2017 EPS at 95c, with the above-consensus view reflecting the potential for Stratasys to benefit from cyclical demand recovery and restructuring efforts. PRICE ACTION: Shares of Stratasys have slipped roughly 4.6% to $16 while competitors 3D Systems (DDD) and ExOne (XONE) are up 5.4% and 4.5%, respectively.
11:42 EDTVALEOptions with increasing call volume; TEX MTW MTG SEE KBH SNDK WDC VALE VIAB PII
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January 25, 2016
18:52 EDTVALEVale wins injunction reopening Tubarao port, Reuters says
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17:37 EDTVALEVale, BHP to be guarantors of any Samarco deal, Reuters says
Vale (VALE) and BHP Billiton (BHP) will be financial guarantors of any accord reached between Brazil and the two companies' Samarco joint venture, reports Reuters, citing statements from the country's attorney general Luis Adams. Reference Link
08:14 EDTDDDStratasys, 3D Systems price targets cut at Jefferies
Jefferies analyst Jason North says his firm's 3D printing reseller survey indicates demand stabilized in Q4 in the U.S. and Europe. To reflect Asia and currency moves, however, the analyst trimmed his 2016 estimates for both Stratasys (SSYS) and 3D Systems (DDD). North cut his price target for Stratasys to $30 from $37 and for 3D Systems to $7.50 from $11. He keeps a Buy rating on Stratasys and Hold rating on 3D.

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