Acquisition expected to be accretive to earningsas Golden Gate was profitable
This is a green light again for stock with new cash infusion
Commercial jet fuel
Valero supplies approximately 12 percent of the U.S. jet fuel demand, providing commercial jet fuel to airlines, re-sellers and fixed-base operators.
All the isider buying going on in last few months means definite buyout
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Give me 40 billion nice return on 1 billion initial investment
Cannacord has price target of $36
MLV & Co. has price target of $38
Hunter Securities has price target of $36
So big deal you just short scam stocks and make thousands of dollars. Who cares if it manipulated. Bet the right way
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Financials in order expansion potential no problem because Starbucks is not serving this end of market
wouldn't short this stock. Goog acquisition target on long run for a bigger player and they have reduced well drilling costs significantly. Shall see $30 range in a few months. Patience makes you money always when you stick with the winners
Compaany placing buyout offer Tuition Build Inc. based out of Silicon Valley. Shareholders watching LLNW CEO and management closely as they need to do what is in best interest of shareholders
I don't think higher oil prices make to much of a difference but supposedly it raises the price of byproducts. asphalt, commercial fuel, etc. I say they are making millions if not billions either way and Valero is the number 1 refiner for light sweet crude oil either way. So where are these oil companiese sending there crude to Valero!!!
Should squeeze nicely
Valero benefits either way. Ethanol looking very attractive now and VLO refines plenty of it. Asphalt is big right still after harsh winter and roads are in the worst shape seen in years. Commercial jet fuel is another refined money maker. So much going fo Valero on top of having that best refineries to handle light sweet crude oil from Eagle Ford. Number 1 all the way around
With the facility's opening, Diamond Green Diesel is the largest biomass-based diesel plant in the U.S., capable of annually converting 1.1 billion pounds of feedstock into more than 136 million gallons of renewable diesel.
Roth Capital increased its price target on Limelight (LLNW) after the company won its court case against Akamai (AKAM). The firm thinks the win could cause some investors to see an acquisition of Limelight as more likely. Roth keeps a Buy rating on Limelight.
30 to 45 billion dollars and not taking all the money on one shot. When is the last time you saw any company receive so many billions of dollars on one shot. Earnings doesn't mean much here. Its all about BABA and the billions
Never had problems until tmobile took over suckiest service ever. Whag a joke
This will be a gradual short squeeze no rush here. Coal and natural gas both money producing commodities.