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January 15, 2014
08:46 EDTWFC, S, TMUS, EMN, GOOG, TGT, TWC, CHTR, AAPL, NDAQ, JPM, FBOn the Fly: Periodicals Wrap
WSJ: Wells Fargo (WFC) passes JPMorgan (JPM) as top profit making bank...Nasdaq (NDAQ) to end Securities Information Processor operation...Apple's (AAPL) Cook: Q1 China iPhone sales at record high...REUTERS: Charter (CHTR) attacks Time Warner Cable (TWC), says management a failure...JPMorgan (JPM) to benefit from its rates policy...Target's (TGT) payment partners could face fines over data breach...Google (GOOG) pressed by EU for more concessions...BLOOMBERG: Eastman Chemical (EMN) faces lawsuit over West Virginia spill...T-Mobile (TMUS), Sprint (S) merger may stall over pricing...OTHER NEWS: Facebook (FB) could launch Flip board-like news reader this month, Re/code reports...Wells Fargo (WFC) holding Bitcoin summit, FT reports.
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August 6, 2014
08:30 EDTSSprint names Marcelo Claure as president and CEO
08:22 EDTS, TMUSSprint news to improve going forward, says Wells Fargo
After multiple news outlets reported that Sprint (S) would abandon its efforts to buyT-Mobile (TMUS), Wells Fargo thinks that the news on Sprint will improve as the company moves beyond many of its network challenges and begins to benefit from its 2.5 GHz spectrum. The firm believes that the company is well-positioned to seek other strategic alternatives and keeps an Outperform rating on the shares.
08:20 EDTJPMFed, FDIC tell big banks to revise 'living will' plans
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08:19 EDTJPMAshland enters into 10b5-1 plans to repurchase $250M of common stock
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08:09 EDTTMUS, SSoftbank seen as still interested in M&A after dropping T-Mobile plans, WSJ says
Despite the reports that Sprint (S) parent Softbank (SFTBF) is no longer pursuing a deal for T-Mobile (TMUS), some analysts said they doubted that the setback had killed the company's appetite for a big acquisition of a network operator, though they said the company might shift its focus from the U.S. to Europe, according to The Wall Street Journal. An analyst at SMBC Nikko said he thought Softbank might announce another deal shortly, but that rather than aiming to buy another mobile operator that it would try to build up its digital content portfolio, the report added. Reference Link
07:55 EDTJPMJP Morgan August volatility increases as shares pull back
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07:51 EDTTMUS, ST-Mobile volatility is expected to move on said to end talks to be purchased
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07:49 EDTGOOGcomScore price target raised to $44 from $40 at Brean Capital
Brean Capital raised its price target on comScore (SCOR) to $44 from $40 as they believe the company is well positioned for an acceleration in fundamentals. The firm expects its recent years of investment to impact their online business as the integration of Yahoo (YHOO) vCE is up and running and Google (GOOG) is expected to be completed by the end of Q3, leading to an acceleration of top line growth. Brean maintains its Buy rating on comScore.
07:47 EDTTGTRetailers pare store openings as shopper visits slide, WSJ says
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07:45 EDTTGTTarget downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Goldman
Goldman downgraded Target to Neutral and cut the price target to $59 from $65 to reflect estimate cuts following the Q2 pre-announcment, lack of catalysts, and ecommerce devaluation of general merchandise retailers.
07:43 EDTWFCWells Fargo relaxes 'jumbo' mortgage guidelines, Reuters says
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07:39 EDTS, TMUSFBR not convinced Sprint will abandon T-Mobile bid
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07:30 EDTTMUS, SSprint volatility expected to move on said to end talks to buy T-Mobile
Sprint (S) option implied volatility is expected to move on said to end talks to buy T-Mobile (TMUS). Overall option implied volatility of 49 is near its 26-week average of 50 according to Track Data, suggesting non-directional price movement.
06:50 EDTFBFacebook not ready for small businesses to use video ads, Re/code says
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06:40 EDTWFCWells Fargo volatility at two-year average
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06:23 EDTWFCSecurities Industry & Financial Markets Association to hold a seminar
Compliance & Legal Society Regional Seminar to be held in San Francisco on August 6.
06:19 EDTWFCCFA Society of Minnesota to hold a conference
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06:17 EDTGOOGAlibaba courting Nokia employees on website, WSJ reports
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06:09 EDTAAPLApple, Samsung to drop all litigation outside U.S., Re/code reports
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06:03 EDTSSprint could name Marcelo Claure as new CEO, Reuters reports
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