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drica_olivera 4 posts  |  Last Activity: 6 hours ago Member since: Aug 23, 2006
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  • I´d like to know what is "TOCOM CRUDE OIL". It was between 1.10 and 1.35% up during the last hours and i´d like to know if this price has influence on the WTI and Brent prices. I´ll appreciate an answer.

  • drica_olivera by drica_olivera Nov 10, 2014 9:35 AM Flag

    Schwab upgraded GNW today from "B" to "A" and from 13th place to 2nd.
    The "A" is a consequence of "B" in "fundamentals", "A" in "Valuation", "C" in "Momentum" and "B" in "Risk".
    As you can see they consider that the valuation is low at current prices.
    Schwab is a very conservative firm as they give ratings. So i guess this opinion is quite reliable.

    Sentiment: Buy

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    Genworth Financial (GNW) Defended at BTIG

    by drica_olivera Nov 6, 2014 4:13 PM
    drica_olivera drica_olivera Nov 6, 2014 4:37 PM Flag

    Not my words. I`m not guessing.That´s what the analyst of BTIG of New York said. https://wwwca01.btig.com/

  • BTIG maintained a Buy rating on Genworth Financial (NYSE: GNW) and lowered its price target to $16.00 (from $22.00). The stock declined after the company reported weak Q3 results. In the view of analyst Mark Palmer, long term care issues are more than priced into the stock. "While the results of Genworth Financial s (GNW) long term care (LTC) claim reserve review provided this morning, as well as management s comments about the expected erosion of active life margins as a result of an ongoing review of those exposures, are disappointing, we also believe that the approximately $3.2bn in the company s market capitalization that has been erased since the LTC issues emerged in July more than reflects their actual impact on the company s overall valuation," said Palmer. "We are reiterating our BUY recommendation on GNW while reducing our price target to $16 (from $22) based on 0.65x the company s FY15E book value (excluding accumulated other comprehensive income [AOCI] per share of $24.25. We believe the value of GNW s non-LTC businesses, and particularly its mortgage insurance businesses, is significantly greater than what the current share price reflects," continued the analyst. "We do not anticipate that GNW will need to raise additional capital as a result of its LTC challenges, as the U.S. Life unit (which includes LTC) remained strong at 445% at September 30 while down from 490% at June 30," he added.

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