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Approach Resources Inc. close price: 2.91
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In Qatar Airways, American Airlines May Have an Unwanted Suitor
The unsolicited approach comes amid criticism from United States carriers that Persian Gulf competitors have an unfair advantage.
Qatar Airways Eyes 10% Stake in American Airlines
The unsolicited approach comes amid criticism from United States carriers that Persian Gulf competitors have an unfair advantage.
Milestone Systems Ranked Number One Global VMS Provider In 2017 - IHS Markit
Milestone Systems, the open platform community in networked video management software (VMS), not only retained the number one global position but also holds the number one spot in both Europe/Middle East/Africa (EMEA) and Asia/Pacific (APAC) and ranks number three in Americas.
“Milestone continues its growth with an increase in net revenue of 18 % in 2016 over the year before and has significantly exceeded the overall market growth. Our continued focus on co-creation of revenue and innovation with the Milestone community of partners and customers is a significant part of our success. We will continue and further explore this approach in the years to come,” said Lars Thinggaard, President & CEO, Milestone Systems.
“Our market share estimates show that supply of VMS became more concentrated in 2016 with the four largest VMS vendors all gaining share. So far, the supply base for video surveillance equipment has been highly...
INVESTMENT FOCUS-Rotate, not retreat: investors keep faith in stocks
LONDON/NEW YORK, June 16 (Reuters) - Global equities have
recovered rapidly after tumbling this month as technology firms
sold off, suggesting investors remain confident about the last
of the Trump reflation trades but are taking a more discerning
approach to stock-picking.
BRIEF-Waters signs co-marketing agreement with Andrews Alliance
* Signs agreement with Andrews Alliance to co-market new
semi-automated sample preparation approach for protein
therapeutics, glycosylation profiling
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Wall Street banks enjoy their best week since President Trump's election
Banks shares are on track to log their best weekly gains since the week President Donald Trump was voted into the White House. Popular funds that track the financial sector, including the Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF , the SPDR S&P Bank ETF , and the regionally focused SPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF are all on pace to post their best weekly percentage gains since Nov. 11, according to FactSet data. Weekly gains for the XLF were more than 3%, while the other ETFs were on pace to show a gain of more than 5% over the past five trading sessions. Banks had been among the best performers in the wake of Trump's victory, which Wall Street welcomed with his pledge of deregulated markets, tax cuts and a plan to spend some $1 trillion on improving roadways, tunnels and bridges. However, financials had pulled back as Trump's pro-Wall Street agenda looked stalled by White House drama centered on Russia's ties with members of Trump's administration and his firing of ex-FBI Director James Comey, who was investigating those relationships. This week, however, banks have gotten a bid partially on the back of expectations that the Federal Reserve will lift interest rates at the conclusion of its two-day policy meeting on June 14. A slight reflation of benchmark Treasury yields [BX:TMUBMUSD10Y], which are still at very low levels, also has helped to stoke some hope that financials may see improved profitability, with higher rates viewed as supportive to their business models. Also on Thursday, the House of Representatives passed a bill to roll back so-called Dodd-Frank rules, intended to rein in bank activities after the 2008-'09 financial crisis. In Friday trade, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was being led higher by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. , boasting its best week since the week ended Nov. 11, and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. , which were contributing near 40 points to the price-weighted blue-chip gauge. Banks were the best performer in the S&P 500 index , up 1.4%. Helping both indexes trade in record territory. Dick Bove, prominent bank analyst at Rafferty Capital, said investors should approach the bank rally with caution because he sees few signs that economic activity is picking up sufficiently to justify buying banks. "People believe there's going to be a surge in economic activity and that is going to increase bank earnings, but I don't see that happening yet," he said.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Akzo responds to PPG approach after takeover battle ends
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Akzo Nobel, the Dutch paint maker that rejected a 26.3 billion-euro ($29.6 billion) takeover proposal from U.S. rival PPG Industries , has sent PPG a letter shortly after its suitor walked away, detailing its objections to doing a deal.
Restoration Hardware plunges more than 20% after cutting earnings forecast
RH , the retail chain formerly known as Restoration Hardware, dropped more than 20% in late trading Thursday after cutting its earnings outlook for the year. RH reported a net loss of $3.4 million, or 9 cents a share, on sales of $562.1 million for its fiscal first quarter. After adjustments for amortization and other effects, RH claimed profit of 5 cents a share. Analysts on average expected RH to report adjusted earnings of 5 cents a share on sales of $556 million. The chain, which is moving to a membership model and launching cafes in its stores, said that it will try to liquidate inventory for cash while building out its in-store offerings, which will boost revenue but hurt profit. RH increased its full-year revenue guidance to $2.4 billion to $2.45 billion, from a previous forecast of $2.3 billion to $2.4 billion, but projected adjusted earnings of $1.67 to $1.94 a share after previously forecasting $1.78 to $2.19 a share. "We are taking a cautiously optimistic approach to our outlook given the uncertain macro environment in addition to the many initiatives and investments we are undertaking," Chief Executive Gary Friedman wrote in a letter that included the earnings information Thursday afternoon. Shares fell to less than $46 after closing with a 2% gain at $57.25.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Nutanix stock jumps after earnings beat
Nutanix Inc. shares gained in late trading Thursday after the tech company reported better-than-expected financial results. Nutanix, which specializes in an approach called hyperconvergence that helps manage hybrid-cloud environments, reported a third-quarter loss of $112 million, or 78 cents a share, on sales of $191.8 million. After adjustments for stock-based compensation and other effects, Nutanix claimed a loss of 42 cents a share. Analysts on average had expected Nutanix to report an adjusted loss of 45 cents a share on sales of $186.6 million, according to FactSet, and Nutanix had forecast an adjusted loss of 45 cents to 48 cents a share. The company also guided for larger revenue than expected in the current quarter, forecasting revenue of $215 million to $220 million, while analysts expected $204.7 million on average, according to FactSet. Nutanix went public late in 2016 and experienced large initial gains, but has fallen closer to the IPO price of $16 a share of late. Nutanix stock initially jumped nearly 10% in late trading after the results were released, but gains settled down to closer to 6% later in the after-hours session.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Asia shares race to two-year high as Fed signals no rush to tighten
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares scaled two-year highs on Thursday while the dollar and U.S. bond yields slipped after the U.S. Federal Reserve signaled a cautious approach to future rate hikes and the reduction of its $4.5 trillion of bond holdings.
Bunge shares touch 22-month high as consolidation talk swirls
Shares of Bunge Ltd scaled to a 22-month peak on Wednesday after merger overtures by Glencore Plc's agriculture unit whetted investors' appetite for consolidation in the commodities sector. But Bunge's lukewarm response to a "possible consensual business combination" suggests a two-pronged M&A approach for agribusinesses may be in the offing, analysts said on Wednesday.
Asian shares firm, dollar and U.S. bond yields slip after Fed
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares eked out modest gains on Thursday while the dollar and U.S. bond yields slipped after the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled a cautious approach to future rate hikes and the reduction of its $4.5 trillion of bond holdings.
Fed minutes show broad agreement on approach to start shrinking balance sheet
Federal Reserve officials were in broad agreement at their meeting on May 2-3 on a general approach to shrinking the bank's massive balance sheet, according to minutes of the session released Wednesday. Nearly all Fed officials said they were content with a plan to end the reinvestment of principal of maturing securities - the main approach favored to shrink the balance sheet instead of asset sales- in slow, ever-increasing, stages, rather than ending the reinvestment all at once. In their discussion of interest-rate policy, most Fed officials said it would "soon" be time to raise rates again, a signal that the majority on the central bank remain resolute about hiking rates at their meeting next month. But the discussion of the outlook showed widening divisions among Fed officials, with "several" seeing a possible need to start raising rates at a faster pace, while a few others thought a slower pace was more advisable.
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Bunge says not engaged in business discussions with Glencore
U.S. grains trader Bunge Ltd (BG) said it is not engaged in business combination discussions with commodities trader Glencore Plc (GLCNF) or its unit Glencore Agriculture Limited. Earlier on Tuesday, Glencore (GLCNF) said its agricultural unit had made an informal approach to Bunge (BG) about a "possible consensual business combination."
BRIEF-Glencore says Glencore Agriculture made informal approach to Bunge for possible business combination
Glencore(GLCNF)- * Glencore(GLCNF) agriculture has made informal approach to bunge limited regarding possible consensual business combination. * Glencore (GLCNF) says following informal approach from GAL, discussions may or may not materialise and there is no certainty that any transaction will occur Source text : http://bit.ly/2qgWNx6.
Brown-Forman's stock rallies after report of Constellation Brands' buyout interest
Shares of Brown-Forman Corp. (BF/A) rallied 1.5% in afternoon trade Tuesday, paring earlier gains of as much as 4.9%, after CNBC reported that Constellation Brands Inc. (STZ) had made an approach to buy the owner of the Jack Daniels and Canadian Mist brands. Shares of Constellation Brands (STZ), which brands include Corona, Modello and Ballast Point beer brands, were down 1.3%. CNBC did not report any possible terms of the deal.
BRIEF-Glencore makes takeover approach to Bunge - CNBC, citing DJ
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Fed's Williams pushes new approach to U.S. inflation goal
NEW YORK (Reuters) - One of the Federal Reserve's experts on navigating a world of low inflation and economic growth said on Friday the U.S. central bank should seriously consider ditching its old policy framework for a new approach to hitting its price-level goal.
From the London Whale to Wells Fargo, a Bank Regulator Looks Back
The outgoing comptroller of the currency, Thomas J. Curry, is known for overhauling the federal agency and its approach to bank regulation.
Fund manager Q&A: Asset growth in target-date funds rising
Investment in target-date funds growing as more people take the set-it-and-forget-it approach to planning for retirement, but long-term performance still not proven
BRIEF-Transport Canada, EASA award steep approach certifications to Bombardier CS100 aircraft
* Transport Canada and EASA award steep approach
certifications to Bombardier CS100 aircraft
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Day Tripper Trump?
As we approach the end of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office, it’s time to assess the progress he has made.
U.S. stocks open flat as French election looms
U.S. stocks opened little-changed as investors adopted a wait-and-see approach ahead of the first round of voting in the French presidential election, which takes place Sunday. The S&P 500 index was unchanged at 2,355, The Dow Jones Industrial Average was flat at 20,592. The Nasdaq Composite Index was little-changed at 5,915. While centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron remains the favorite to win overall, some fear that the National Front's Marine Le Pen and far-left contender Jean Luc Melenchon might advance to the second round, an upset that would lead to a "nightmare scenario" for markets. Corporate earnings reports released Friday before the bell were generally positive, as shares of industrial conglomerate General Electric Co. rallied after its earnings surpassed expectations. Honeywell International Inc. also beat, sending shares higher. Meanwhile, shares of Mattel Inc. slumped after the toy maker's quarterly results, released late Thursday, missed the mark.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Railroad company CSX raises quarterly dividend to 20 cents vs. 18 cents; stock jumps
Railroad company CSX Corp. shares jumped almost 6% in premarket trade Thursday, as the company said it's raising its quarterly dividend by 11% and unveiled a new $1 billion share buyback program. CSX reported stronger-than-expected earnings for the first quarter after the bell on Wednesday. CSX said it will pay a higher dividend of 20 cents a share on June 15 to shareholders of record as of May 31. The board is expecting to complete a $1 billion share buyback by the end of the first quarter in 2018. "In line with the company's balanced approach in deploying capital, CSX now expects to invest $2.1 billion in 2017, including approximately $270 million for Positive Train Control," it said in a statement. CSX shares have gained about 31% in 2017 so far, while the S&P 500 has gained 4.4%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Ford taking cautious approach to China electric vehicle market
Ford Motor Co is taking a cautious approach to producing electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles for the Chinese market, citing uncertainty about consumer interest and government policy, despite a rush by carmakers to jump into the sector. "You don't get any prizes for being first to market," said Trevor Worthington, Ford's vice president for product development in Asia Pacific.
United Airlines' stock slump after results paces Dow transports decliners
United Continental Holdings Inc.'s stock slumped 4% in afternoon trade, enough to make them the biggest decliner Dow Jones Transportation Average , after the air carrier reported first-quarter results. The United Airlines' parent's stock price decline of $2.86 shaved about 16 points off the Dow transports, which was down 35%. Chief Financial Officer Andrew Levy said in the post-earnings conference call with analysts on Tuesday that the carrier's corporate accounts have expressed concern over last week's events, in which a passenger was dragged forcibly off a plane to make room for traveling employees. "They want us to fix this. They want us to do the right thing," Levy said, according to a transcript of the call provided by FactSet. He said the concerns have been managed well and the corporate accounts are largely supportive. Chief Executive Oscar Munoz said the carrier was involving its frontline employees and some customers to help take a more "common sense" approach to how things are done. He plans to communicate on April 30 the results of the review and actions it plans to take in response to last week's event. The stock has shed 6.8% year to date, while the NYSE Arca Airline Index has eased 0.1%, Dow transports have slipped 1% and the S&P 500 has gained 4.7%Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Bain and Cinven win €4.1bn bidding war for German drugmaker
Private equity duo’s approach for Stada chosen as ‘most financially appealing’
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* Snc-Lavalin confirms that it has made an approach to WS
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