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[ October 30, 2014 | Author: Admin | Views: 10799 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Pandora Media (P) posted solid quarterly results. Though the company came up with good results, yet it failed to maintain its market share. The stock crashed 16%, leaving the company in a soup. The reason behind the fall of the companys market share can be seen in the weak guidance. Let us find out whether Pandora still has room to improve or if it is a stock to stay away from? Quarterly performance Pandoras quarterly revenue came in at $194.3 million, which was more than $177.7 million analysts estimates. On the earnings front, Pandora posted a net loss of $0.13 per share, which was a penny better than what analysts expected. However, strong results by Pandora failed to impress investors, and as a result, the stock fell 16% on the stock market. However, Pandoras active users increased 8% year-over-year from 69.5 million to 75.3 million in the first quarter of … Continue reading

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Popular Posts: 9 Biotechnology Stocks to Buy Now17 Oil and Gas Stocks to Sell Now10 Worst “Strong Sell” Stocks This Week EGO WLT RBY and more Recent Posts: 5 Best Sectors to Watch This Week 4 Capital Markets Stocks to Sell Now 3 Medical Devices Stocks to Sell Now View All Posts This week, the overall grades of four capital markets stocks are lower, according to the Portfolio Grader database. Each of these rates a “D” (“sell”) or “F” overall (“strong sell”). Top 10 Medical Stocks To Watch Right Now: Redhill Biopharma Ltd (RDHL) Redhill Biopharma Ltd. is an Israel-based biopharmaceutical company. The Company is focused on the development and acquisition of therapeutic candidates. The Companys pipeline consists of six late clinical development therapeutic candidates, two of which have completed bioequivalence clinical trials subject to review and approval by the United States Food and Drug Administration and, in some cases, … Continue reading

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LONDON — After a busy month or so for company reports, we’re heading into a quiet patch over the next few weeks as the end-of-March reporting season draws to a close. There won’t be a lot to keep us alert next week, but we will have a small handful of important updates. Here we take a quick look at two FTSE 100 companies and one from the FTSE 250 that are bringing us news in the coming week. Wolseley (LSE: WOS  ) We’re expecting a third-quarter update from Wolseley on Tuesday, and if things are still going as they were at the halfway stage, announced in March, investors will probably be pleased — though with the share price up nearly 50% over the past 12 months to 3,353 pence, they’re probably already quite happy. Like-for-like revenue at the plumbing, heating, and building products supplier was up 2.2% for the six months … Continue reading

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A South Korean company has accused seven global banks of manipulating foreign exchange rates, the second lawsuit filed amid a multi-national investigation into the rigging allegations. Simmtech, an electronics firm based in Chongju, alleged in the federal lawsuit filed in New York Nov. 8 that the company suffered financial damages from the alleged manipulation by the banks’ traders. The banks charged in the action are: Britain-based Barclays; Citigroup, along with its U.S. and Korean divisions; Credit Suisse; Germany’s Deutsche Bank; JPMorgan Chase; Royal Bank of Scotland and Swiss banking giant UBS. The banks have denied any wrongdoing. The lawsuit, which seeks class action status, alleged that some of the banks’ traders have been “trading ahead” of client orders scheduled to be placed based on the foreign exchange benchmark rates that are fixed or set each day at 4 p.m. London time. The traders also manipulated the rates by “pushing through … Continue reading

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On Wednesday April 24th, Corning Inc. (GLW) announced a quarterly dividend increase of $0.01/share to bring its upcoming dividend payout to $0.10/share. It should be noted that this increase represents a 11.1% rise from its prior dividend of $0.09/share which was paid on January 30th. In the wake of Corning’s dividend increase I wanted to examine several of the catalysts behind my decision to establish a long-term position in this particular stock. Overview: Shares of GLW, which currently possess a market cap of $20.04 billion, a P/E ratio of 11.42, a forward P/E ratio of 10.42, and a PEG ratio of 0.95, settled at $13.88/share at the end of Wednesday’s session. (click to enlarge) Recent Earnings: Along with the company’s dividend announcement, Corning also reported Q1 results, which to most everyone’s surprise were earnings of $0.30/share ($0.06/share better than street expectations) on slightly disappointing revenue of $1.8 billion (the Street … Continue reading