A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. sorry, couldn't help it.
apparently not in the iPic theaters for a while, otherwise should be
in the regals, readings, amc's, and cinemarks. opens 12/18?
advance tiks were sold out fast.
IF that happens, it could be good for SAL in several ways, but what of svu will be left
and how will they fair without SAL as a whole? Alot to work out.
no, it's probably gs or someone else large shorting it down. gs had said svu was
a summer downer at least 8 of the last 10 or 12 years, so it should. It doesn't really
matter what's true, they're doing it obviously. With all those given out shares hitting
the sell side, it started easy. maybe they got word of that, who knows! with a target
of 8-9 or better I wonder what their short target is.
Well, they merged. Now we'll see any affects.
True, super's setup could be appealing, but the
price would reflect the debt load, and I don't think
they would like that price. They've put alot of work
into trying to turnaround. I guess a piece sale might
help lighten the debt load, but I tend to think they don't
want to do that.
kfp is a proven winner, but being made in china poses a problem.
they own less than half of the china section and money released
there would stay there. they should split everywhere else, but at
1/3 of 1/2, that's not much.
this is where the background income will prove itself. that was
the smartest thing they did, creating regular rev. sources.
the company offer of 6/1 was .50. the agreement for vote may have been .75,
I don't know what they settled on. the vote went thru, strike over. 2 yr. contract.
Strange they would offer cuts across the board for 2 wks. , then offer .50 the day of the strike.
Anyway, tentative agreement met and signed monday, 6/1. Vote will be thursday 6/4 at 2pm CT.
Don't know about cerberus re-capitalizing by Iceberg's sale, that was only 5mil. shrs.?
Anyway getting absorbed by someone larger could be good, if they can truly absorb it.
Would the bonds also transfer to the new owner? be good for them?
That insider monkey article threw me a curve. Jana holds 12.34mil. shrs now. Found it
as of 3/31. But I can't find the sales after 1/9 from 25.56M to 12.34M. where'd they go?
I checked, like the nasdaq board too. No nu Jana. still @ 25,567,481.
Noticed Duncan let go half the options though. He just doesn't like dealing
with stock or something. not the first time.
Hope the traveling went well.
The ahold thing has a regulatory problem possible. might not go thru.
I'll have to look up the nu Jana. They sold in Jan.'15.
Kimco was part of the Symphony let go. They let Symp.. deal with them.
Cerberus does have other fish in the fire, but if svu needs help with
something, believe they'll be there for them, long as it's profitable.
Other than a tax issue, still can't think of any other reason Symphony
would have let them go like that. Guess we'll have to wait to see if they return.
Geez, ya think? Were you around when they bought albertsons/lucky?
That was the choke hold, and they still paid a div.. It was cool when cerberus
stepped in. the debt ration is much lower now and it seems they're trying
to consolidate/displace/pay the debt down. getting better.
Like the way goldman says it will flounder this summer, then it gets thru
a resistance, then dumps? They must want in. Nice to have them on our side.
Sorry, have to disagree. LTM referring to yearly basis...
It's 90%, right where it should be.
324 taxable income year, 338 shares average year. 96%.
10 months at 92% dividend, 8% distribution.
2 months at 100% dividend. that's 90%.
Q1 was .26 taxable with .25 dividend, that's 96%.
part of it will be distribution.
If you're referring to the Russell index, no, they won't get back on it. Most all the BDC companies
got removed because of the way they report as a bdc. Not a company bad, just the industry.
The sell down has been mostly about the ability to pay the high dividends. They say it's about
their taxable income, not their earnings from where they pay the divs.. As bdc's, they have to
pay out 90% of the taxable. Most people feel they should gauge the divs. by the NII net income
to pay the dividends. Also the earnings haven't been as hoped for alot of them. The fed rate
rise possibility has been a concern, but bdc's usually have floating(variable) rates on alot of
their loans, so they should benefit after a while of adjustment. that help?
He probably is. Besides, it was Bloomberg's rumor. V's ceo did comment, more of a
contract thing. There are options both ways from the original deal that the Euro v could
set in motion to cause action. Seems v would have to buy some $$$ to do it. So they would
have some debt on the sheet for a while. ms thinks it would take 3-4 years to fully blend them.
Long term good for rev., seems europe's charging it up. Maybe kinda bouncy for a while?
China should be in by june 2016? That will help, pending the time frame on euro v.