Take a look at the promo on vimeo that's on the market pulse. They seem to be support mobile shopping, rewards and payments, on top of mobile ads. How about that?
This is not the first time an acquisition has been suggested, but do you think it's more real now that the stock is so low? I wonder if any of the big players are showing interest in Broadsoft.
The new deal announced today is for 1.5M metric tonnes, which is *more* than the 1.2M metric tonnes output GSI had last quarter. Does this mean that it's going to double it's output?
That detail aside, I think this is a great development, and probably a result of its recent whitelisting by the Chinese government. Bodes well for the future.
Go GSI Go.
My sentiment on this has been to hold to give GSI a chance to work through it's (hopefully) temporary listing and new plant issues. Will find out tomorrow what the long term future will hold.
Yup, looking forward to it. Someone here asked if they should sell late last year (for capital loss), and I recommended they wait and see how this company rebounds. It's starting to happen, slowly but surely.
Even without the aquisition factor, broadsoft should go up just based on its average analyst price target.
Here's why I'm optimistic: (a) new factory that went live last quarter (b) back to back profitable quarters (c) accreditation by chinese government (d) stable economy driving steel prices up (hopefully). What else?
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Gerdau currently has a market capitalization of $10.9 billion and carries a Zacks Rank #4 (Sell). Some better-ranked companies in the industry include AK Steel Holding Corporation ( AKS ), United States Steel Corp. ( X ) and General Steel Holdings, Inc. ( GSI ), all of which hold a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).
While it's awesome that Broadsoft got Sprint as a customer, I'm a little surprised that it won't add much to the bottomline revenue this year. Anybody know why that is? Will Sprint ever become as big a customer as Verizon currently is? If so, then the future is bright.
The last quarterly was filed on Nov 12, exactly 3 months ago, so I'm guessing they're due for another report. Moreover, this will be the first quarter wherein the new plant has been in production the whole time, and that may make a huge difference to the bottomline. Other than that, I'm not sure what's driving the volume and price - I guess someone on the inside or close to the inside knows something we don't.