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GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME): Estimates, Ratings, and Insiders Point the Way

Certain statements in the recent earnings report were also very good for the bearish thesis including a large drop in expected cash flow. Wedbush set a $30.00 price target on GameStop Corp. If you are reading this news story on another site, it was stolen and republished in violation of United States and worldwide trademark and copyright law. Read More »

China And New Zealand Agree To Joint Initiatives, Free Trade Talks

The approach from China and New Zealand stands in contrast to that of the US, where President Donald Trump has pulled out of a planned Pacific free-trade agreement and has expressed skepticism about other such agreements. His motorcade left for Premier House where he was attending a dinner. Li also praised the deal, saying it was the first that China had signed with a developed nation and remained the most advanced. Read More »

Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) Shares on the Go mid-Session


The Company's shares have gained 2.89% in the past month and 3.39% in the previous three months. The business had revenue of $316.50 million for the quarter, compared to analyst estimates of $358.55 million. (NYSE:COG) traded up 1.75% on Wednesday, reaching $22.64. The volume of the particular stock is the shares bought and sold in a single trading day. Read More »

Saudi cuts taxes on oil firms ahead of Aramco sale


The new rates on hydrocarbon companies announced by royal order on Monday are effective retroactively from January 1, according to the official Saudi Press Agency. Saudi Arabia has begun talks with possible cornerstone investors in the share sale. "Any reduction in tax revenues arising from this Royal Order is replaced by stable dividend payments and other sources of revenue from hydrocarbon producers to the government". Read More »

Lance Statement on the American Health Care Act


Why are President Trump and the Republicans making false claims about the unlikely demise of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) insurance exchanges? Shannon Henson, a 49-year-old unemployed conference planner in the Kansas City suburb of Independence, Missouri, said the Affordable Care Act has been a good starting point. Read More »

Wall Street's 'Fearless Girl' Statue Likely to Stay, For Now


On Monday morning, several NY officials including Rep. It originally was supposed to stay until 2 April. "In her short time here, the Fearless Girl has fueled powerful conversations about women in leadership and inspired so many ", Mayor de Blasio said in a written statement. Read More »

Senators seek visitor logs from White House, Mar-a-Lago


Given that the legislation would have to make it through a Republican-controlled Congress and be signed by Trump himself, it's unlikely that the bill will go anywhere. "This is not on President Trump". Senate Democrats sent a letter early this month requesting that the administration make Mar-a-Lago visitor logs available, but received no response. Read More »

False rumors spread online that Paul Ryan was listening to Papa Roach


Yesterday the new Affordable Care Act wheeled out by the Republicans in Congress failed to make it past the House of Representatives, much to the glee of meme-makers, all of whom wasted ABSOLUTELY NO TIME trolling the defeated party. Papa Roach just ended up in a silly joke that people took seriously and still made a decision to let everyone know they don't hold Ryan in too high of esteem. Read More »

German carrier Lufthansa sees profits rise in 2016


Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) is confident a deal with its pilots on pay and pensions will be approved and implemented, thus reducing its costs, the carrier's chief executive said on Thursday. The low-priced arm has said its fares may fall 5 percent amid the capacity glut. Of that, 8% is thanks to the takeover of Brussels Airlines and a deal to lease 38 planes and crew from Germany's Air Berlin. Read More »

Flawed nuclear tender sees £100m payout to firms


The contract in question is for the decommissioning and cleanup of the U.K.'s first fleet of nuclear power stations dating back to the late 1950's, comprised of twelve reactors dotted up and down the country, which have reached the end of their lives. Read More »

Russia Needs Data on Oil Supply, Markets to Decide on More Cuts


It said its technical committee, in coordination with the OPEC secretariat, should "review the oil market conditions" and report back at a committee meeting next month. Kuwait's Oil Minister Essam al-Marzouk, who heads the joint committee, told a press conference that OPEC compliance had reached 106 percent, while non-OPEC compliance rates remained around 65 percent. Read More »

Thieves steal 100kg gold coin worth millions from Berlin museum


Police said it was probably stolen by a group of thieves who entered the museum undetected through a window, possibly with the help of a ladder. It is 3cm (1.18in) thick, 53cm in diameter, and carries a likeness of Queen Elizabeth II on one side, as head of the Commonwealth. Read More »

White House will court moderate Democrats on tax plan: Priebus

The warning was relayed Sunday via White House chief of staff Reince Priebus . "But you're right, at the end of the day, I think it's time for the party to start governing", Priebus said . Members of the House Freedom Caucus put the proposed bill through a debate Friday and asked for several amendments that seek to reduce premium costs , the report added. Read More »

Parliament has every right to decide on allowances of MPs: Government


The court issued the notice while hearing a petition filed by Lok Prahari organisation. Delhi-based think-tank Association for Democratic Reforms has also been allowed by the court to be a party to the case. With the Rajya Sabha members taking exception to the Supreme Court's reported comment that ex-MPs are crorepatis, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said Parliament alone has the authority to approve how public money is spent and it alone can legislate on MPs' pension. Read More »

Birmingham firefighters battle 4 house fires in Ensley, 7 in four days


The building on fire is reportedly an apartment building. Three people suffered injuries. A tweet posted minutes later said crews were withdrawing from the building because the floors and roof were compromised. Roughly one hour after the blaze ignited, crews appeared to be gain an upper hand in the fight. Smoke billowed from the raging fire early on Monday morning. Read More »

Snap shares rise as underwriters start coverage with 'buy'


Underwriters were allotted 200 million shares in the offering, and lead underwriters Morgan Stanley (MS ) (60.5 million) and Goldman Sachs (GS) (49.6 million) bought the largest number of shares, followed by JP Morgan (JPM) (26.5 million) and Deutsche Bank (20 million), according to Snap's amended S-1 filing. Read More »

Google phases out Gchat to focus firepower on Hangouts


The killing of text message support will also be carried over to Google Voice, through which users won't be able to send or receive carrier SMS post May 22. In the blog , a Google spokesperson said: 'Hangouts offers advanced improvements over Google Talk such as group video calling and integration with other Google products. Read More »

Rain washes away Qatar MotoGP qualifying, Vinales on pole


The pair traded blows on the final laps but Dovizioso was unable to muster a final attack as his rear tyre grip dropped off, with Vinales capitalising to win by four tenths at the finish after making a decisive pass on the penultimate lap in the night race at Losail. Read More »

Stock to Watch: Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO)


In the liquidity ratio analysis; quick ratio for most recent quarter was 3.60 while current ratio for time period was 3.70. During the same period in the previous year, the firm posted $0.57 earnings per share. Cisco Systems, Inc. has a 12-month low of $25.81 and a 12-month high of $34.53. Company price to earnings (P/E) ratio, which measures the relationship between the earnings of a company and its stock price, is calculated as 17.54. Read More »

India's monsoon likely to escape El Nino


After a year of normal monsoon, India could again bear the brunt of a weak monsoon. It is reported that there is 0 percent chance of excess rainfall while there is a 10 percent chance of above normal seasonal rainfall. He said, "Moreover, it has been noticed over the years that the overall performance of Kharif (summer) crops depend more on adequate distribution of rainfall even if the country as a whole receives normal rainfall". Read More »

AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS) & Nuance Communications Inc


Several investment firms issued their expert ratings on AK Steel Holding Corporation (AKS ) in which JP Morgan Downgrades AK Steel Holding Corporation (AKS ) to Neutral with no specific Price Target on 1/25/17. According to the Analysts, the Low Earnings estimate for the current quarter is $0.07, while the High earnings estimate is $0.23.Comparatively, EPS for the same quarter previous year was $-0.01. Read More »

Starbucks Canada sets goal to hire 1000 refugees over five years


At the point when current CEO Howard Schultz beforehand uncovered that the organization would contract these displaced people, numerous online networking clients recoiled, asserting that the organization was giving without end employments that could be filled by Americans or American veterans. Read More »

European Union clears Dow-DuPont merger


US authorities are still examining the proposed merger. The companies will sell the DuPont pesticide businesses and "almost the entirety of DuPont's global R&D organization", the Commission said. Dow's divestments include two manufacturing facilities for acid co-polymers in Spain and the United States. In addition to the cost savings, the transaction had the "potential for $1bn in growth synergies", Dow said in a statement . Read More »