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10:51 EDTENFCEntegra Financial opens at $12.60, IPO priced at $10.00
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10:48 EDTAESAES Corp. unit announces creation of Economic Development Fund
Dayton Power and Light, a subsidiary of AES Corp., is announcing the creation of an Economic Development Fund. As a part of its Electric Service Plan, a total of $6M will be available to support initiatives in the Dayton region over three years. Along with the collective interests of the regional and state economic development organizations and communities, the fund will stimulate growth and support expanding businesses in the Miami Valley.
10:47 EDTRLGYRealogy makes strategic acquisitions in Harrisburg, Lancaster, PA
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10:46 EDTHMCHonda reports September U.S. sales up 12% to 118,223 units
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10:45 EDTU.S. ISM manufacturing index fell 2.4 points to 56.6 in September
U.S. ISM manufacturing index fell 2.4 points to 56.6 in September erasing the 2.1 point climb to 59.0 in August. The employment index fell to 54.6 from 58.1. New orders dropped to 60.0 from 66.7. New export orders declined to 53.5 from 55.0. Prices paid rose to 59.5 from 58.0. This a disappointing report, both in terms of the headlines and the internals, and will add further to Treasury gains.
10:45 EDTU.S. construction spending dropped 0.8% in August
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10:45 EDTTreasury Action: light supply conditions are factoring into Treasury gains
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10:45 EDTU.S. construction spending undershot assumptions
U.S. construction spending undershot assumptions given a surprising 0.8% August drop, after downward revisions that left a smaller July bounce of 1.2% (was 1.8%) and a larger 1.6% (was 0.9%) June decline. Thankfully, much of the downside construction spending surprise was in the home improvement residual that doesn't enter GDP calculations, though analysts also saw small downside surprises for nonresidential and public construction. New residential construction actually beat estimates to trim the downward implications for Q3 growth prospects. Analysts still expect Q3 GDP growth of 3.0% after the 4.6% Q2 climb, with component growth of 8% (was 7%) for Q3 residential construction after an 8.8% Q2 climb, 3% (was 12%) for Q3 nonresidential construction after a 12.6% Q2 increase, and a flat Q3 government sending figure after a 1.7% Q2 pop that partly reversed a prior big Q4-Q1 drop.
10:45 EDTEBAY, AMZN, AAPLeBay retreats after multiple analyst downgrades
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10:38 EDTTWTowers Watson unit selected by OPERS
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10:38 EDTANGIAngie's List surges on report it may seek sale, levels to watch
The shares are at $7.98 at time of writing, up over 25% on the day. A report last night in the Financial Times suggested the company was in the process of seeking a sale or exploring strategic options. The shares spiked in yesterday's extended session and gapped up this morning to $7.65. At current price, resistance is at $8.58. Support is at the opening price of $7.65.
10:36 EDTNOCNorthrop Grumman to host Global Land Forces Modernization Media Briefing
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10:36 EDTGMGeneral Motors outlines 'customer-focused strategic plan'
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10:34 EDTAEEAmeren Missouri announces 20-year plan for cleaner energy
Ameren Missouri filed with the Missouri Public Service Commission its 20-year plan that supports cleaner energy in the state of Missouri, including major expansions of solar and wind power. Ameren Missouri's comprehensive plan calls for transitioning its generation fleet to a cleaner and more fuel-diverse portfolio over the next two decades as energy centers reach the end of their useful lives. Ameren Missouri, a subsidiary of Ameren, would add nearly 500 megawatts of renewable power generation under the plan, which, together with other planned changes to its generation resources, would allow the utility to achieve a 30 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 2035, based on 2005 levels. The plan includes construction in 2016 of a second solar energy center that would be the largest in the state of Missouri. Major components of the plan include: Significantly expanding renewable generation by adding 400 MW of wind power, 45 MW of solar, 28 MW of hydroelectric and 5 MW of landfill gas; Retiring approximately one-third of Ameren Missouri's current coal-fired generating capacity. This includes converting two units at Meramec Energy Center to natural gas in 2016, and retiring the remaining units at Meramec by the end of 2022 and the Sioux Energy Center by the end of 2033; Reducing emissions of Ameren Missouri's existing coal fleet by continuing to make investments in pollution-control equipment; Adding 600 MW of efficient combined-cycle and clean-burning natural gas generation in 2034.
10:32 EDTGMGeneral Motors reaffirms near-term financial targets
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10:32 EDTADHD, SHLD, GWPH, CLF, DWA, VALE, NFLX, WPRT, GTATOptions with increasing implied volatility
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10:31 EDTCrude Inventories for the week of September 26
Crude oil inventories 1.36M draw vs. consensus of 1.5M build. Gasoline inventories 1.84M draw vs. consensus of 600K draw. Distillates 2.89M draw vs. consensus of no change.
10:30 EDTFFord says pullback in rental volumes is due competive pricing in that segment
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10:28 EDTGYGenCorp formally responds to Air Force request for information
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10:28 EDTYHOOYahoo call volume attributed to merger speculation
Yahoo October weekly 40 and 40.5 calls are active on total call volume of 29K contracts (6K puts) on merger speculation. October weekly call option implied volatility is at 43, October is at 46, November is at 37, January is at 35; compared to its 26-week average of 35 according to Track Data. Active call volume suggests traders taking positions for large near term price movement.
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