Company Overview and News
Chicago, IL – October 18, 2017 - Stocks in this week’s article MINDBODY Inc. (Nasdaq: (MB - Free Report) – Free Report), Piedmont Office Realty Trust Inc. (NYSE: (PDM - Free Report) – Free Report), B&G Foods Inc. (NYSE: (BGS - Free Report) – Free Report), Macquarie Infrastructure Company (NYSE: (MIC - Free Report) – Free Report) and Prestige Brand Holdings Inc. (NYSE: (PBH - Free Report) – Free Report). (96-0)
Wall Street has seen a nice run this year, making many investors happy but nervous too. Nervous because after such a stupendous rally, thoughts of overvaluation are inevitable. Many investors are probably fervently looking for undervalued stocks now. (20-0)
MANILA, Philippines — Lopez-led First Gen Corp. is partially buying back its 10-year bonds listed at the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd. (SGX) to bring down its debt level. (16-0)
* Macquarie Infrastructure Corp - conversion ratio on convertible senior notes due 2023 increased to 8.9713 shares (4-0)
First Gen Corp. has retired a portion of the $300 million worth of fixed-rate notes listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd. (21-0)
Broker target-estimated September Dividend Challenger top ten net gains ranged 22.9%-43.6%, from ENLK, BT, MPLX, M, TEP, GEO BKEP, DDR, MIC, topped by SOHO as selected 9/29/17 and gauged 10/6/17. (85-0)
MANILA, Philippines — The recently concluded P64.5 billion deal between the Energy Development Corp., (EDC) and a consortium of foreign fund managers signifies strong confidence in the path being taken by the Philippine economy, the Department of Finance (DOF) said. (11-0)
The interest in energy stocks certainly picked up when oil finally pushed through the $50 a barrel level, and while prices have backed up some this week, the sector seems to be gaining strength. With the prospect for range-bound oil, a huge amount of low-cost U.S. natural gas available and the potential for rising interest rates, certain energy stocks look very appealing now. (18-0)
Energy Development Corp. is primed for “future growth” with the entry of new strategic partner Philippines Renewable Energy Holdings Corp. (PREHC) following the completion of a $1.3-billion tender offer, according to First Gen. Corp. (11-1)
MANILA, Philippines — Lopez-led First Gen Corp. will still retain a majority voting stake in Energy Development Corp. (EDC) even after its sale of a significant stake in the renewable energy firm to the consortium of investment fund managers under Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) and Arran Investment Pte Ltd of Singapore-based GIC. (11-1)
"All Russell US Indexes are subsets of the Russell 3000 Index, includ[ing] the large cap Russell 1000. Russell US Indexes are building blocks of financial products [and] performance benchmarks." (93-0)
Investor enthusiasm has remained poor for the majority of the duration of the current nine-year bull market. (40-1)
After what seemed an eternity of trading sideways, oil has finally broken through the psychological $50 per barrel level for West Texas Intermediate, while Brent crude has traded close to the $60 level. Despite solid fundamentals and rising oil prices, many energy master limited partnerships (MLPs) have shown very poor performance, despite consistent and big yields. With the breakout in oil pricing, it might be time for income investors to take a closer look. (66-0)
QUAD led the industrials sector per analyst estimated net gain of 74.5% calculated 9/8/17, while NAP was top dog by yield of 24.14%. (3-0)
July 15-August 15 Arnold dividend dog "followers" named 36 favorites by comment and suggestion. Many commented on bad news, so bad news stocks made the list as follower Rogue picks.
Our title may ring a familiar tune to some, especially to music aficionados. This is because the title of our article sounds very much like the title of Neil Sedaka’s hit song, “Breaking up is hard to do.” Actually, in this article, we shall discuss the PSEi’s repeated failure to stage a convincing breakout past 8,000. We shall also explain the reasons that may drive the PSEi’s decisive breakout above 8,000.
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / August 14, 2017 / Pro-Trader Daily takes a look at the latest corporate events and news making the headlines for Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. (NYSE: GWR) ("G&W"), following which we have published a free report that can be viewed by signing up at http://protraderdaily.com/optin/?symbol=GWR. The Company announced on August 11, 2017, its traffic volumes for July 2017. G&W owns or leases about 122 freight railroads worldwide that are organized in 10 operating regions with over 8,000 employees and 3,000 customers.
MIC led industrials sector per analyst estimated net gain calculated 8/4/17, while NAP was top dog by yield.
The South Australian Government has finalised a $1.6 billion deal to privatise the state's Lands Titles Office.
ATHENS, Aug 7 (Reuters) - Greece has received six expressions of interest in a 66 percent stake in its natural gas grid operator DESFA, the country's privatisation agency said on Monday.
MANILA, Philippines - The stock market recovered yesterday, buoyed by the jump in share prices of the Lopez family’s Energy Development Corp. (EDC) and First Gen Corp. after announcing the sale of a stake in EDC.
Good day and welcome to the Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation’s Second Quarter 2017 Earnings Conference Call. Today’s conference is being recorded.
Lopez-led First Gen Corp. is selling up to 31.5 percent of subsidiary Energy Development Corp. (EDC) to the consortium of investment fund managers managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) and Arran Investment Pte Ltd of Singapore-based GIC for P64.5 billion. Photo taken from First Gen Corp. Facebook page
Ladies and gentlemen, good morning. Thank you for standing by. And welcome to the Genesee & Wyoming Quarter Two 2017 Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all lines are in a listen-only mode. Later, there'll be an opportunity for your questions and instructions will be given at that time. As a reminder, today's conference is being recorded.
Financial regulators across the globe are heavily cracking down on cases of individual misconduct, according to the 5th annual Global Enforcement Review published by the Compliance and Regulatory Consulting Practice of Duff & Phelps, the premier valuation and corporate finance advisor. Financial regulators in the UK, USA and Hong Kong brought a total of 1,761 cases against individuals in 2016, equivalent to almost 7 cases for every working day of the year, as enforcement actions against individuals outnumbered those against firms four to one.
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