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News For WFT;HAL;GE From The Last 14 Days
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October 20, 2014
09:21 EDTHALHalliburton expects dividend to be be equal to at least 15%-20% of net income
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09:15 EDTHALHalliburton: We do not see momentum slowing anytime soon
Halliburton should begin to see impact of new contract pricing as company moves into 2015. Experienced some disruptions in early Q3 due to sand deliveries and nearly missed jobs, but company said it has taken actions to "get ahead of this issue going forward." Says Eastern Hemisphere activity expanding at a steady rate, expects to deliver double digit revenue growth in 2014. Expects Q4 in Eastern Hemisphere to be strongest quarter of the year due to seasonality. Looking ahead to 2015, rate of growth in Eastern Hemisphere may moderate due geopolitical issues. Expects to outpace peers in revenue growth. Expects to be at full operational capacity in Mexico, and excited about energy reform in Mexico. Expects to operate under more profitable contract in Q1 for Brazil. Expects a "much stronger 2015" with potential in the coming years. In the long term, believes lower oil prices is not sustainable, with supply and demand to be back in balance in a relatively short amount of time. Comments taken from Q3 earnings conference call.
08:10 EDTGEGE Capital unit provides $45M credit facility to Bennett Hospitality
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08:09 EDTGEGE Capital is administrative agent on $50M financing for Bird Electric
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07:28 EDTGEGeneral Electric recent weakness a buying opportunity, says Argus
Argus said General Electric's price weakness offers a buying opportunity given strong new order trends, growing backlog of booked business, and reduced exposure to the financial services industry. Shares are Buy rated with a $31 price target.
07:03 EDTHALHalliburton reports Q3 C&P revenue $5.4B, D&E revenue $3.3B
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07:02 EDTHALHalliburton reports Q3 EPS ex-items $1.19, consensus $1.10
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06:55 EDTHALHalliburton board increases quarterly dividend by 20% to 18c
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05:38 EDTGEAres Management, GE Capital announce EUR 1B in commitments through ESSLP JV
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October 17, 2014
16:17 EDTGEOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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12:52 EDTGEOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were sharply higher at midday, as the averages bounce back following steep declines in several recent sessions. Better than expected earnings from General Electric (GE) and Morgan Stanley (MS), a rebound in European stock markets and a stronger than expected reading on U.S. consumer confidence may all be contributing to the brightened mood evidenced by today's trading. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., housing starts rebounded 6.3% to a 1.017M pace in September, beating expectations for a monthly increase of 4.6%. Building permits increased 1.5% to a 1.018M rate, which was below the expected 2.3% rise. The first release on the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index for October came in at 86.4, versus expectations for a decline to 84.0 from the prior 84.6 reading. COMPANY NEWS: General Electric shares rose over 3% after the company reported better than expected third quarter profit and nearly in-line revenues. Morgan Stanley, whose quarterly results also topped Street expectations, advanced 2.5%. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Westmoreland Coal (WLB), which gained 23% after it stuck a deal to acquire Oxford GP, the general partner of Oxford Resource Partners (OXF), and contribute certain royalty bearing coal reserves to Oxford in return for Oxford common units. Afterward, Brean Capital raised its price target on Westmoreland to $60, noting the announcement represents an entry into the MLP space. Also higher were shares of Textron (TXT), which advanced 11% after the aircraft and defense company reported better than expected third quarter earnings per share and raised its profit outlook for fiscal 2014. Among the noteworthy losers was Urban Outfitters (URBN), which dropped 13% and was downgraded by at least three Street research firms after the owner of Anthropologie and its namesake clothing stores warned that its Q3 earnings may be negatively impacted by continued weakness in its comparable retail sales. Also lower was Myriad Genetics (MYGN), which fell 7% after guiding to lower than expected Q1 adjusted earnings, citing a higher than expected increase in costs to perform its myRisk Hereditary Cancer test following the test's national launch. INDEXES: Near midday, the Dow was up 295.34, or 1.83%, to 16,412.58, the Nasdaq was up 62.43, or 1.48%, to 4,279.82, and the S&P 500 was up 29.48, or 1.58%, to 1,892.24.
10:39 EDTGEGeneral Electric rises after results, but faces technical headwinds
The shares are up over 3.4% to $25.07 following results from the company. With the stock trading close to its 52-week low at $23.69, the shares still face major technical headwinds. At current price the stock remains under low-sloping 2-year uptrend line. It would take a move above $26.50 to put shares back on a long-term bullish path. Support is at $24.46.
09:20 EDTGEGeneral Electric says Alstom deal progressing on schedule
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09:17 EDTGEOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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09:08 EDTGEGE says U.S. economy 'probably best' its been since financial crisis
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09:05 EDTGEGeneral Electric see GE Capital Q4 earnings about $1.8B
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08:55 EDTGEGeneral Electric backs view of 300 GENx units shipped for year
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08:54 EDTGEGeneral Electric says Oil & Gas orders volatile, some pushed out
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08:41 EDTGEGeneral Electric reports Q3 orders up 22% to $31.4B, backlog $250B
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08:36 EDTGEGE CEO sees 2014 Industrial organic growth at high-end of framework
General Electric Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt speaking on the company's Q3 earnings conference call.
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