Or they could sell trains and become just plane company.
BRP was sold to avoid a liquidity crunch that could have led to a BK filing and that would be the reason for any new divestiture. If the CS series progresses to completion on the current schedule then there is no justification for another such event. And if there are only minor further delays tt he CS program, I think BBD-B will be able to negotiate debt extensions, especially if the CS order book growth accelerates in the interim. Of course, if the CS series project suffered a new big setback all bets are off as to what happens, but I suspect they could quickly find a buyer for trains or private planes if they needed more liquidity to complete CS.
This director was there for only two months. He and Armoyan (the director he replaced) are pals at Clarke Inc. They recently tried unsuccessfully to push out the executive management at S.TO. Looks like SGLRF doesn;t trust him.
@@@@CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Nov 25, 2014) - Spyglass Resources Corp. ("Spyglass", or the "Company") (SGL.TO)(SGLRF) announces that Mr. Michael Rapps has tendered his resignation from the Board of Directors (the "Board") effective November 25, 2014. The Company would like to thank Mr. Rapps for his contribution during his time on the Board.
@@@@CALGARY, ALBERTA, Sep 22, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Spyglass Resources Corp. ("Spyglass", or the "Company") (SGL)(otcqx:SGLRF) announces the appointment of Mr. Michael Rapps to the Board of Directors (the "Board") to replace Mr. George Armoyan, who has chosen to step down from the Board effective September 22, 2014. "We wish to thank Mr. Armoyan for his significant contribution to the Company and are pleased to welcome Mr. Rapps to the Board", said Tom Buchanan, Chairman of the Board. "Mr. Rapps' business experience will add a valuable perspective to our Board".
Not sure about tomorrow, but this is a multi-year turn-around play which still has a couple of years to go so I suspect the general trend will be up until the success or failure of the strategy becomes evident. I think institutional holders also hold this view. I've been long this stock since Meg took charge and I see no reason to exit my position before the split-up occurs.
You are a hypocrite to hold ECA accountable to one standard of ethics and OGZPY to another.
As to the insinuations you make in regards to MTL, you know basically nothing about my trades in that company or other Russian stocks over the last six years. I will only tell you that I have not lost one red cent on MTL over that period and earned a decent return overall in that market.
If you have any true concern for the environment then you would oppose all activities that potentially cause harm. Those who adopt the simplistic 'Not In My Back Yard' (NIMBY) perspective have no credibility as far as I'm concerned. The environment is a global issue.
Finally the news is out, and indeed the BPU gave the judge yet another extension.I think 3+ years to decide a rate case is unprecedented.
@@@@@JCP&L RATE CASE SIDELINED AGAIN, COULD DELAY CUTS TO CUSTOMERS' BILLS TOM JOHNSON | NOVEMBER 25, 2014 BPU gives administrative law judge until end of year to reach decision in case that could reduce customer charges by one-third For the third time, an administrative law court asked and was granted an extension in deciding a highly contested rate case involving Jersey Central Power & Light, a delay that could hold up big reduction in bills for its more than 1 million customers. In approving the requested extension, the state Board of Public Utilities gave the judge until December 29, 2014 to issue a decision in the case, which makes it unlikely the agency will end up deciding before next spring.
Wow... so somehow it's okay for OGZPY to drill for oil in the deep arctic but not okay for ECA to frack in North America huh.... looks like you're suffering from a bad case of NIMBY syndrome.
@@@@Right now Shell Oil’s partner Gazprom is pumping oil from the fragile Arctic – just 30 miles from a wildlife reserve that is home to polar bears, walruses, and beluga whales. Gazprom is a Russian company considered by many environmental activists to be one of the most dangerous companies in the world, and now Shell Oil has signed a risky deal with them to drill in the Arctic. Along with its very questionable safety record, its risk taking culture, and its refusal to engage with civil society, Gazprom was also involved in jailing 30 activists and freelance journalists for a peaceful protest last year. The Arctic seas are home to some of the most extreme and dangerous conditions on the planet, and to stores of carbon pollution that could dramatically alter our climate if released, negating positive steps to fight the climate crisis. Due to the extreme weather conditions, an oil spill in the Arctic would be impossible for Shell or Gazprom to clean up: It could contaminate up to 8,000 square miles of open water and 1,800 miles of coastline, and would likely cost billions of dollars in damages.
Not sure if or how this will affect RNWEF. This is almost certainly their main poly-silicon customer.
@@@@@@China Buying REC Solar for $640 Million Avoids Trade Spat By Mikael Holter Nov 24, 2014 8:48 AM ET A Chinese company offered 4.34 billion kroner ($640 million) to buy REC Solar ASA (RECSOL), one of the last makers of solar panels in Western hands, a move that may help circumvent trade disputes in the U.S. and Europe. The deal by a unit of China National Chemical Corp. would follow a surge in demand for solar panels, absorbing much of the production that companies supported by the government in Beijing built in the past decade.China National Chemical’s unit China National BlueStar Co. will complete the deal through a Norwegian unit, Elkem AS, which employs 2,100 making solar-grade silicon and other alloys. REC Solar has 1,700 workers mainly making panels at a factory in Singapore. It was spun off in October 2013 from Renewable Energy Corp (REC) ASA, which had closed all its solar manufacturing capacity in Norway and focused on its solar polysilicon business, now known as REC Silicon ASA.
I appreciate your insights and agree that in any particular TA trigger there is a zone where trading actions are amplified. From a purely technical charting perspective though, I think the line in the sand has to be sharp by definition. TA does not predict the future and nothing precludes a retrace after break of support or resistance. The decision on where the stock price heads after a break is most certainly decided by how the market reacts to the trigger. It is noteworthy that the stock closed below the 100 day SMA for a 2nd day yesterday, but monthly options expiry was undoubtedly a factor.
You summed it up perfectly. It never ceases to amaze me how some posters refuse to do further research when challenged on their assertions, and simply refuse to acknowledge that their initial analysis is erroneous.
Hmmm... in the Barrons report out yesterday, the WellsFargo analyst indicates that USIO sensitivity is going to increase from $2-3/ton per $10 move in 2014 to $4-5 in 2015. That's certainly not what slide 11 of that recent CLF presentation states... their chart shows ~$2.50/ton for 2015.
@@@@In addition to deteriorating iron ore prices, other negative catalysts for Cliffs Natural Resources shares include US iron ore contract resets in 2015 (Cliffs’ seaborne spot index linkage for US will be $4-5/ton for each $10 move in the index vs $2-3 in 2014), potentially lower US coal contract pricing in 2015 (though a small percent of mix), and the potential for strained cash flows which in our view put the dividend at risk.
The number of job openings is now higher than before the great recession, and continues to climb steadily. I thought news like this is good for the markets.
@@@@Job openings have trended upward since their series low in July 2009, and have returned to prerecession levels. In September 2014, there were 4.7 million job openings. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Employment Statistics and Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, November 13, 2014.
You are either very confused or simply trying to stir up shiat. I smell poop.
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DEO will never sell Guinness, for cultural reasons. The English love to own what's important to the Irish. If the English could own the Catholic church, they would.
CEO prediction of 30% means nothing. He has zero credibility after the latest results.
@@@@@Datawatch Corporation's (NASDAQ: DWCH) path toward fast revenue growth is proving longer than expected and won't reach an inflection point until late in 2015, an analyst said Friday. Datawatch is off more than 17 percent since posting fiscal fourth-quarter results Wednesday that revealed recent revenue growth of just 3 percent. Imperial Capital's Michael Kim slashed his price target 44 percent Friday to $10 and downgraded the company to In-Line from Outperform. "Revenue performance has been inconsistent," Kim said, noting a slowing sales cycle and a lower rate at which deals in its pipeline were concluded in the recent quarter.
2014-2013 YOY revenue increased by ~16%, and QOQ growth was negligible over the last few Q's. Those are the facts.
I have very little invested in this stock and am not going to waste my time listening to what the CEO said. And I certainly don;t care what you have to say. The 10Q filings show NO sustainable revenue growth over the last 12 months, and there is NO new catalyst to change this that I have seen announced. Screw u. You are either a simple fool a paid pumper... I think I'll go with fool. Begone.