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Monster Beverage Corporation (MNST) results for its third quarter ended September 30, 2013 will be released on Thursday, November 7, 2013 after the close of the market. The company also said that chairman and chief executive officer Rodney Sacks and vice chairman and president Hilton Schlosberg will host an investor conference call that same day at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time to review the company’s financial results and operations. Wall Street anticipates that the energy drink maker will make a profit of $0.57 per share for the quarter. iStock expects MNST to miss Wall Street’s consensus number. The iEstimate is $0.56, a small miss. Monster Beverage Corporation, through its subsidiaries, develops, markets, sells, and distributes alternative beverage category beverages in the United States and internationally. Top 10 Beverage Stocks To Own For 2015: Fomento Economico Mexicano SAB de CV (FMX) Fomento Economico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V. (FEMSA), incorporated on May 30, … Continue reading

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BPSuper-majorBP (LSE: BP  ) (NYSE: BP  ) needs little introduction. For decades, it has been a cornerstone investment of many investors’ portfolios. Today, the company stands at a crucial point in its history. Three years since the Gulf of Mexico disaster, it is still unclear how much BP will have to pay in compensation. Recent speculation has suggested that the scale of future dividends could be under threat. On the other hand, BP now has a more secure position in Russia thanks to its deal with state oil company Rosneft. Earnings per share (EPS) at BP is expected to hit $0.94 in 2014, with the shares yielding $0.39. That equates to a 2014 yield of 5.4%, with a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of just 7.8. GKNGKN (LSE: GKN  ) is a specialist engineering and manufacturing company. The automotive industry is a key market for GKN. As a result, profits can be highly variable. The … Continue reading

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Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD  ) will release its quarterly report on Thursday, and in general, investors have been pleased with the Canadian bank’s prospects over the past several months. But in light of surprisingly negative news from rival Bank of Montreal (NYSE: BMO  ) on Tuesday, Toronto-Dominion Bank will have to demonstrate that it’s able to avoid the troubles that hurt its rival’s results during the most recent quarter. Toronto-Dominion has a lot in common with Bank of Montreal, as both have large U.S. operations to go with their domestic Canadian businesses. For banking customers in the U.S., Toronto-Dominion’s TD Bank subsidiary has done a good job of growing all along the East Coast, expanding from its base of operations in Maine as far south as Florida. Yet Bank of Montreal’s recent results could raise questions about whether Toronto-Dominion’s southward push is the best move in the current financial environment. Let’s take … Continue reading

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Despite low gas prices over much of last year, the Marcellus shale — a vast formation that extends from southern New York to West Virginia and spans most of Pennsylvania, the eastern part of Ohio, and parts of Maryland, Virginia, and Tennessee — was one of the only gassy plays in the country that didn’t see a sharp drop-off in drilling activity. And more recently, the play has generated a great deal of interest, with a handful of transactions occurring over just the past few months. For instance, Southwestern Energy (NYSE: SWN  ) more than doubled its net acreage in the play, taking advantage of distressed seller Chesapeake Energy’s (NYSE: CHK  ) need to divest non-core assets to raise much-needed cash. Shortly thereafter, Chesapeake offloaded another asset package, this time to Pittsburgh-based EQT (NYSE: EQT  ) . The $113 million transaction was for 99,000 net acres in southwestern Pennsylvania and 10 horizontal Marcellus … Continue reading

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Equity markets are strategically more important to India than ever before. If Rs 57 lakh crores are required in the current five-year plan for infrastructure development, then at least half of it will come from the private sector. This, in turn, will depend on the public to raise funds against the projects being lined up. The function of equity markets is fair allocation of capital and becoming one of the chief gateways of accessing capital. It also makes sense that those who will gain the most in the end, the citizens, should invest in their future and reap the benefits. But finance is tricky. There will always be a struggle for access as companies try to attract investors. They, in turn, look for the safest option with the highest potential return. The uncertainty of supply will encourage companies to leave more on the table during IPOs (Initial Public Offer) — … Continue reading