|Bid||13.75 x 1100|
|Ask||13.76 x 1400|
|Day's Range||13.51 - 14.00|
|52 Week Range||5.75 - 18.36|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.28|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.40|
|Earnings Date||Jul 24, 2020 - Jul 28, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.16 (1.23%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||May 29, 2020|
|1y Target Est||16.50|
In this expanded role he will oversee the ongoing growth of Cowen’s derivatives trading capabilities and platform. Mr. Rose continues to be based in New York and reports to Kyle Solomon, Managing Director and Head of Alternative Equity Strategies and Drew Forman, Managing Director and Head of Derivatives.
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Reports 1Q20 GAAP Loss of $(0.41) per share and Economic Operating Loss of $(0.24) per shareRecord Quarterly Brokerage Revenues and Second-Highest Investment Banking.
NEW YORK, April 27, 2020 -- Cowen Inc. (NASDAQ:COWN) (“Cowen” or the “Company) today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $14.06 per.
The appointment will increase the size of Cowen’s Board to 10 members. “Gregg brings a wealth of finance and investment experience to Cowen’s Board,” said Jeffrey M. Solomon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Gonsalves joins the Cowen Board of Directors with comprehensive experience in real estate and finance.
NEW YORK, April 15, 2020 -- Cowen Inc. (NASDAQ:COWN) (“Cowen” or the “Company”) today announced that Alan Circle and Martin Ferraro have joined the Company’s Outsourced Trading.
One aerospace analyst said he expected the jet maker will cut production of several different widebody jet models later this month when it holds its shareholders annual meeting and releases its first-quarter earnings.
The conference call will also be broadcast live through a link on the Investor Relations section of Cowen’s website at investor.cowen.com. A replay will be available on the Investor Relations section of Cowen’s website approximately two hours after completion of the conference call. Cowen Inc. (“Cowen” or the “Company”) is a diversified financial services firm offering investment banking services, equity and credit research, sales and trading, prime brokerage, global clearing, commission management services and actively managed alternative investment products.
Zach Fisher, Managing Director, TMT Investment Banking Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, now account for approximately one fourth of the entire U.S. IPO market, a result of higher-quality participants, from investment banks to private-equity firms, giving the product validation. A growing percentage of these SPACs have affiliation with an alternative asset manager. In IPO […]
NEW YORK, Feb. 28, 2020 -- Cowen Inc. (NASDAQ:COWN) (“Cowen” or the “Company”) today announced that its global Outsourced Trading group was recognized as the “Best Outsourced.
Experts expect 30,000 fewer visitors to the region from China this year, a $42M hit to the local economy. But tourism isn’t the only industry that will suffer as the deadly coronavirus takes its toll.
Chris Weekes, Managing Director, Capital Markets, at Cowen Inc. Much of the recent success of special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, is due to a watershed structural change: the separation of the vote and the ability to redeem shares for cash, which allows virtually all deals to be approved. However, it remains critical to raise […]
Through this partnership, Cowen will receive preferred access to the event and will host a group of its investor clients to experience first-hand, the unique on-the-ground perspective provided by HOF exhibitors. In turn, HOF will receive promotional rights to Cowen’s multi-media coverage of the event for use in its social channels. Hall of Flowers is a biannual event and the first show of its kind to deliver an experience that elevates the cannabis industry to a new level of cultural significance, and brings together the most innovative brands, retailers and industry insiders to incubate the future of cannabis brands.
Record Revenues for Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019Reports 4Q19 GAAP EPS of $0.11 and Economic Operating EPS of $0.58 Establishes Quarterly Cash Dividend of $0.04 Per Common.
Tim Manning, Managing Director, Special Situations at Cowen Inc. Cowen Inc. is far and away the leader in secondary-market trading of SPAC shares, giving it a unique window into the so-called de-SPAC process. That is a critical advantage to both investors and sponsors alike, according to Tim Manning, Managing Director in the Special Situations Group […]
(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc.’s supply chain is feeling the strain as the coronavirus extends production outages and damps demand for the company’s products in China.Manufacturing partners have imposed quarantines on workers returning from China’s Lunar New Year holiday, prolonging the idling of Apple device assembly operations for as long as a month. While some analysts say it’s too early to fully assess the toll on the Cupertino, California-based company, pessimism is creeping into their outlooks.In late January, Apple gave a revenue forecast for the current quarter that was wider than usual, to account for the virus. But that was before the Chinese government postponed the resumption of normal economic activity by one week to Feb. 10, and Apple’s move to close all its retail stores in the country until further notice.Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., the largest iPhone maker, officially resumes production Feb. 10, but it is sequestering returning workers for an extra seven to 14 days. On Friday, the company, also known as Foxconn, told employees at its Shenzhen facility not to return to work when the extended Lunar New Year break ends Feb. 10.“Apple’s supply chain typically has about a week or two of buffer inventory during the Lunar New Year holiday and as such any major extensions of the quarantine beyond Feb. 10 increase the risks of impacting the supply chain,” Krish Sankar and other analysts at Cowen Inc. wrote in a note to investors on Friday. “This could effectively limit or push out near-term demand even in other geographies.”The company generates $651 million to $802 million a week in China from iPhones, services and other hardware, the analysts estimated. Those businesses generate weekly earnings of roughly 5 cents a share, they added in the note. An Apple spokeswoman didn’t respond to a request for comment on Friday.Apple’s popular AirPods Pro earbuds, and a new cheaper iPhone due to be launched at the end of March, may be most affected by production delays. Apple suppliers planned to start assembling the new handset in February. The supply of AirPods Pro models are constrained in many parts of the world, according to iStockNow, which tracks retail inventory of consumer gadgets. The earbuds have been in high demand and low supply since they launched in October, and Apple plans to open new manufacturing facilities this year to increase supply.Inventec, one of the few makers of AirPods, planned to start new facility as early as June, but the coronavirus has slowed that effort, according to a person familiar with the matter.“The Coronavirus outbreak in China remains a risk to the Wearables business and the company as a whole,” Kyle McNealy and George Notter, analysts at Jefferies, wrote in a recent research note about Apple.Illness Spreads in Hospitals; New Hubei Leaders: Virus UpdateSome customized MacBook Pro laptops are available for delivery by March 10 at the earliest, longer than the typical one week. By contrast, the latest iPhones and many Apple Watch models are showing immediate availability for either in-store pickup or shipment globally, iStocknow data show.Apple stores aim to have four to six of inventory, so that also provides a buffer -- unless production delays extend beyond a month.“There clearly will be manufacturing disruption, but again it is too early to make any predictions until we get an idea of what factories are like post-Feb. 10,” Brad Gastwirth, an analyst at Wedbush Securities, wrote in a note to investors on Friday. “Executives we speak with are uncertain as to what portion of their workforce will return on Feb. 10 due to either travel restrictions, or fear of contagion.”The largest impact in the near-term will be on Chinese demand, he added. “Will consumer demand be pushed forward, or erased entirely?”Limits of people’s movements in some parts of China, and Apple store closures, will reduce demand for Apple’s products in the country, the Cowen analysts wrote on Friday. However, they see only “partial demand destruction,” meaning many shoppers will likely just wait to buy iPhones and other gadgets later.Apple’s services business, especially its App Store, may benefit as Chinese consumers stay inside and seek out mobile games and other apps for entertainment, the analysts also said.“A 1-month impact to demand is manageable with the full year EPS implications likely more modest given our expectation for only partial demand destruction and higher App Store revenues could be an offset,” they wrote.To contact the reporters on this story: Mark Gurman in Los Angeles at firstname.lastname@example.org;Jeran Wittenstein in San Francisco at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Tom Giles at firstname.lastname@example.org, Alistair Barr, Andrew PollackFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Cowen and GPP will work together to implement this transition efficiently and with a commitment to best serve GPP’s clients and personnel, as well as maintain the exceptional level of services current GPP clients have come to expect.
Chris Weekes, Tim Manning, and Zach Fisher of Cowen Inc. By John Jannarone Not long ago, the special-purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, was a fledgling vehicle considered a second-rate path to the public markets. But in the last several years, issuance of SPAC IPOs has exploded, rivaling major asset classes and accounting for a quarter […]