2500 job cuts announced and pending lawsuits, liability may be why the downward expectation
looks like massive $43 put purchases, to reflect lawsuit from earlier in year, so heading lower
Large block sell, and new price target $43. Wonder who created the rumor of a buyout a week ago
Looks like analyst put a Hold target, $45 target. Thing is it's at $49, thanks analyst
the JUNO drug.
"we believe the self-limited CNS side effects we have reported are more likely to be due to the T cells"
Juno has already acknowledged that its prediction of a 2017 market launch will have to be delayed a year. And for now, despite its confident assertion that this can all be resolved in short order, there’s reason to believe that this could go on for much longer than Juno wants.
The CEO was at Denderon, we know what happened there
Looks like headed to $13 in the short term, see a company called Denderon for history of the CEO
So insiders sold more than 1/3 of their holdings, 18Million plus, including 1M in last month
Looks like someone is expecting a major move up, 5000 August call options bought at the ask at $5.00
CEO has sold over 25% of his shares in the last month and a half at $80 or less. Very telling
Just check out the rumors with HOG, the game is to pregame, sell into the rumor.
I would find it highly unlikely, the wait would be for the Sarepta decision to be made and we know what will happen with that.
and the CEO sold half her shares in May, so what are the prospects at this multiple, back to $94-$100
All you have to know is over 110 Million shares were sold between April and May by institutions and
The clowns who put out this rumor have done this before, stock goes back to $80, but they sold in premarket
So outside of reducing costs, losing in the high margin soda business, doing ok with chips, so headed down
Looking at earnings Latin America, Europe, Asia, North America Beverage, all productivity gains