No I didnt bother to read anything since you guys are all FOS anyway. But surely a great scientist like ya'll can tell me what a 0.1% output shift would imply huh? #$%$ numbnuts...
No shiat sherlock. So maybe you could expound on what the current earth energy balance models predicts for a 0.1% drop in solar output?
Do you continue to acquire shares as CLF stock price continues to go down? I never see you mention that in any of your posts, only some day trades. I can only assume if you're not, that your ACB is sky high since you've been bullish on the stock for at least a couple of years.
What kinda lunatic posts saying 'we' haaha? Are 'we' buying more UNXL too? Down from 7 to 1.60 since April 13. Wow 'we;' sure do know how to pick'em don't 'we'?
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Hearing actual volume shipments began...hitting their Q2 objective
Sounds like yields have improved dramatically. Several additional purchase orders should come within the next few weeks.
Tobacco holdings are long-term investments for me, and I rarely trade them. Generally, I look to add on weakness, if anything. The RAI-LO merger did offer some trading opportunities that I took advantage of, but now that it's complete, I fully intend to hold RAI to profit from the benefits of the merger. To divest any now seems far too premature at this early stage in the integration of the two firms.
North American operations running full steam ahead.
@@Rio Tinto Group’s iron ore production in Canada surged in the second quarter despite falling prices as the company worked to covered high fixed costs. The London-based miner said the Iron Ore Company of Canada generated nearly 4.5 million tonnes of ore in the quarter, up 23 per cent from the first quarter and 10.6 per cent from the same year-earlier period. The output of concentrate and pellets was the highest since the company – 58.7-per-cent owned by Rio Tinto – began Phase 2 of an expansion project when the price of ore was about $187 (U.S.) a tonne, near its all-time peak. Strong supply and reduced demand from China pushed iron ore prices last week to a six-year low of $44.59 a tonne.
Analysts are not gurus. Many times different analysts will put out opposing views on where a company is headed.
So far, SSTK continues to grow at a 30% clip. They have expanded into the video space and they made some strategic moves into editorial that could steal business from Getty and offers up content that ADBE Stock.product lacks. ADBE's new offering is certainly a potential threat, but it's far from a guaranteed if it will be to SSTK's detriment. That will only be known in many months from now.
These comments by the CEO say it all. There is absolutely no doubt more deals are coming.
@While it was occupied with AbbVie’s planned takeover, Shire lost out on one of its deal targets and rivals raised the price for the kinds of biotechs Dr. Ornskov was aiming to buy. As a result, Dr. Ornskov says Shire is now casting a wider net for targets in disorders that may not be truly rare but share certain qualities, such as a limited number of patients treated at very specialized centers. Dr. Ornskov says he is interested in adding drugs and companies that are in Shire’s focus on diseases of the brain, stomach, eyes, hormones and metabolism. He wants to move quickly. “We still have to catch up,” he says. “We did lose six months.”
Two more days like this and we're there. I think RAI is going to be a lot higher than 81 by this time next year.
WLT is dead. Now ANR will die.
@Last night, the Wall Street Journal reported that Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) had begun the process of obtaining bankruptcy financing. Alpha’s shares closed at 24 cents yesterday, so the news shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Nor should it be a surprise that Arch Coal (ACI) is also trading down, though Peabody Energy (BTU) and Cloud Peak Energy (CLD) are trying to stay positive on the day. Yesterday, on the same day Walter Energy (WLT) filed chapter 11, WSJ reported that Alpha Natural Resources was engaged in potential restructuring negotiations with senior lenders. While it continues to assess other avenues to improve its capital structure, a $300-400MM DIP financing is cited as one route ahead of Alpha Natural Resources’ August bond maturity. In a sign of what may or may not be expected, Nomura discontinued coverage of Arch Coal, Alpha Natural Resources and Walter Energy, citing a “a reorganization of coverage.” Alpha Natural Resources is halted.
Did MS issue those comments just to grab some shares in SSTK on the dip, or will the stock drift down to their target? Earnings would normally be a catalyst, but maybe not this time. With ADBE just launching their product now it could take months to see the impact (if any) to SSTK. Is this dead money?
Shire is trading at 5545p today on the LSE, up 1.8%
@@@Shire : *BERENBERG RESUMES SHIRE WITH 'BUY' - TARGET 6300 PENCE 07/16/2015 | 01:14am US/Eastern
Don;t be fooled by the lack of rumours. I have no doubt further acquisitions will happen. That has been SHPG's modus operandi for many years.
So the reason AGA stock price never recovered was because the company was weighed down by pension liabilities. But now, as part of bigger company MIDD, those liabilities are a much smaller hindrance, and MIDD will grow the brand.
I agree buyuranium, this was a great move by CEO 007. What a great company.
@Middleby Corp, the U.S. cooking equipment maker, agreed to buy Aga Rangemaster Group Plc for 129 million pounds ($202 million) after the British ovenmaker’s pension liabilities thwarted its ambitions to expand. Becoming part of Middleby, whose stable of more than 40 brands also includes commercial kitchen-equipment maker Lincat, provides Aga with a means to escape the pension burden that has hampered its progress in recent years. The company’s funding deficit was 69 million pounds in its last financial year, about as much as its market value before Aga announced in June that it had received an approach from Middleby. “Middleby provides a larger scale framework including an established international structure to deliver fully on the potential of the business,” Aga Chairman John Coleman said in the statement. “The financial strength of Middleby also achieves a better balance with Aga’s pension obligations.”
Deal is official.
@LONDON, July 15 (Reuters) - Aga Rangemaster, the maker of the range cooker which is often a feature of British country homes, is being sold to American kitchen equipment company Middleby for $201 million. The two firms said the deal announced on Wednesday would enable Aga, with around $400 million in annual revenues and more than 2,500 employees, to benefit from Middleby's global distribution network, while also saving costs.