Mr. Bennett further commented, "This transaction provides us with pro-forma liquidity of over $2.0 billion, while maintaining a leverage ratio under 3.0x. Our growing cash flow plus the availability of additional reserves based borrowings are envisioned to fund our growth strategy. SandRidge is now a high growth, Mid-Continent focused company."
Sears employees begging jcp customes to come to sears. Extra security is need to control the large volume of buying jcp customes. It's almost unbelievable!
Swift Boat Kerry is one of the exteme wealthy (Heine's) who likes to tell the little people what is best for them! Let them eat cake right Swifty.
On Tuesday, President Obama announced plans to develop new rules meant to improve the fuel economy of medium- and heavy-duty trucks while reducing their global warming footprint. Among other things, the White House is pushing for a $2 billion fund to support development of alternative power technologies, including not only batteries but CNG as well.
"If extracted safely, it's the bridge fuel that can power our economy with less of the carbon pollution that causes climate change," Obama said in January, during his State of the Union address.
Until recently, CNG choices for motorists have been limited, but there has been a move toward adding more CNG-fueled options. Honda, which has offered a natural gas-fueled version of its Civic, recently updated that model, while General Motors is preparing a version of its Chevrolet Impala sedan. Other models are in the pipeline.
"head this news" #$%$?
This is the run up before the earnings report at end of day. Run up 5% then short at end of day. Earnings release and then the big dump tomorrow morning. This is how hedge funds make their money. The retail guy is just noise.
Sterne Agee wrote: “While posting a +2% comp in 4Q is a step in the right direction, the slope of the improvement continues to disappoint. Equally concerning our math suggests comps were negative (say 1%) during the December period which frankly is just unacceptable given the compare.”