yeah that was me selling some, was just on this morning and saw that so I sold what ever they would buy
The stock I own will not work in the coke machine.The coke machine only takes dollars. How do I get the coke machine to take my stock??? I guess I will convert my stock to cash and hopefully that will buy me that coke. Do you think that is how it works?
I think it is. And this gov't hates US energy and this makes LNG good value because they got the only game in town, I think. Gla
Temasek Eyes Energy, Resources Buys As Net Profit Falls 16%
Last update: 7/5/2012 6:53:27 AM
-- Temasek's net profit declined 16% to S$10.7 billion in the year end March 31 amid tough global environment
-- State investor pivots towards energy and resources, eyes opportunistic buys in Europe
-- Temasek remains positive on China's long-term prospects, but flags concerns from U.S. and Europe
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By Chun Han Wong and Martin Vaughan
Glu Mobile Inc. (GLUU): GLUU designs original and third-party licensed mobile games for wireless handsets and social networking websites. On Friday, SVP Kal Iyer filed SEC Form 4 indicating that he exercised options to acquire 200,807 shares and sold those and an additional 4,583 shares for $0.9 million, pursuant to a 10b5-1 plan, ending with no shares after the sale (not including derivative securities). This is in addition to the sale of 100,000 shares reported just last week by CEO Niccolo De Masi. In comparison, corporate insiders sold only an additional 4,632 shares in the past six months.
GLUU shares jumped Friday on an upgrade to Strong Buy by Needham, with an $8 target price, on the strength of its smartphone business. In the latest Q4, GLUU beat analyst earnings estimates (2c loss v/s 10c loss) and missed on revenues ($15.2 million v/s $16.9 million); its shares currently trade at 25-26 forward P/E and 5.8 P/B compared to averages of 14.2 and 2.1 for its peers in toys, games and hobby group.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved Discovery Labs' infant treatment Surfaxin, a long-awaited milestone for the biotechnology company. Shares surged 37% to $5.14 after hours.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Idenix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: IDIX - News), a biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery and development of drugs for the treatment of human viral diseases, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) declared a patent interference between Idenix's U.S. Patent Application no. 12/131,868 and Pharmasset Inc.'s (acquired by Gilead Sciences) U.S. Patent no. 7,429,572, both related to certain nucleoside compounds useful in treating patients with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.
Hey an actual video on this company and not a SPAMMER message stream, thanks!
Hey I from Chicago, I'll check it out.
Does that sound familiar?
Boone Pickens: We Need to get on Our Own Resources
Fri. Jan. 27 2012 | 5:45 AM[08:04]
"We said get on your own resources and honestly if we don't get on our own resources we have got to be pretty stupid people," says T. Boone ...
Oil Forecast 2012 Tue 03 Jan 12 | 07:47 AM
5 minute video or just go to 2:20 minute mark!
January 18, 2012
Cheniere Energy initiated with an Outperform at Credit Suisse
By Rakesh Sharma of Dow Jones Newswires
NEW DELHI – GAIL (India) Ltd. expects to sign a deal within a month with Macquarie Energy to buy 2 million tons of liquefied natural gas annually for two decades from the Freeport LNG project in the U.S., a senior executive with India’s largest gas distributor said.
“We are in advanced discussions with the Macquarie. I think we will be able to sign the deal in a month’s time,” the executive, who didn’t wish to be named, said late Thursday.
Macquarie Group’s North American energy marketing and trading arm, Macquarie Energy, and Freeport LNG Expansion LP, are jointly developing and marketing liquefaction capacity at the LNG import terminal in Freeport, Texas.
Macquarie’s corporate communications team didn’t immediately respond to an e-mail query seeking comment on the talks with GAIL.
The U.S. shale-oil and natural-gas boom has transformed the gas market, made the country a net exporter, depressed gas prices and has prompted several players to set up LNG export operations with an eye on rapidly-expanding Asian markets.
GAIL in December agreed to buy 3.5 million tons per year of LNG for over 20 years from Sabine Pass Liquefaction LLC, a unit of the U.S.-based Cheniere Energy Partners LP, at a free-on-board price indexed to the Henry Hub price, the main international benchmark for natural gas prices in North America.
The executive said the deal with Macquarie will also be linked to Henry Hub, instead of crude-oil prices. This will help GAIL get LNG at competitive rates as its end-customers in India are price sensitive, he added.
GAIL projects its gas import needs to grow seven times to 187 million standard cubic meters a day by 2015 from end-2010. The share of imported gas in its total gas use is set to rise to around 48% from 15% during the same time period, IHS Global Insight said in a note last month.
The gas pipeline utility is pushing hard to line up supplies. In September, it took a 20% stake in Houston-based Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc.’s Eagle Shale Ford acreage and in November set up a unit in Singapore for LNG trading.
“The deal [with Macquarie] is a part of company strategy to assure long-term supplies,” Bhavesh Chauhan, an analyst with Mumbai-based Angel Broking, said.
Another analyst, who didn’t wish to be named, said the deal will be a big positive as a fall in domestic Indian gas production has reduced GAIL’s transmission volumes and its pipeline network is facing low utilization.