Canadian Solar (CSIQ) Stock Down Despite Earnings Beat
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Shares of Canadian Solar (CSIQ – Get Report) are lower by 5.68% to $ 21.72 in mid-morning trading on Tuesday morning, despite the solar power company reporting better than expected 2015 third quarter earnings results before the … Continue reading at thestreet.com
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) Jumps: Stock Rises 5.9%
Canadian Pacific Railway Limited CP was a big mover last session with shares rising nearly 6% on the day. The upside came on the market news that the company is engaged in early-stage merger talks with fellow railroad Norfolk Southern Corp. NSC, for a … Continue reading at finance.yahoo.com
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Canadian Stocks Are Falling As Resources Weigh — Canadian Commentary
(RTTNews.com) – The Canadian stock market is down in early trade Tuesday, extending the weakness from the previous four trading sessions. Weakness in precious metal prices is weighing on the mining and gold sectors this morning. Healthcare stocks are also … Continue reading at nasdaq.com
Canadian Natural Resource Given "Outperform" Rating at Raymond James (CNQ)
Raymond James reiterated their outperform rating on shares of Canadian Natural Resource (NYSE:CNQ) in a research report report published on Monday, Marketbeat reports. They currently have a $ 38.00 price target on the stock, up from their previous price … Continue reading at intercooleronline.com
SunEdison Yieldco Worries Torch Canadian Solar, Too
SunEdison (NYSE:SUNE) stock combusted Tuesday, torching Canadian Solar (NASDAQ:CSIQ) stock with it, after SunEd reported mixed Q3 earnings that stoked investor concerns regarding the firm’s liquidity and its yield company model. In afternoon trading in the … Continue reading at news.investors.com
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Forex - Canadian Dollar Moves Slightly Up as Canadian Stock Markets Weaken
Fxpips.com - Stock markets in most of North America wrapped up trading sharply down as of Monday as traders braced for the growing odds of a central bank interest rate increase after robust employment figures coming from the United States last week. Continue reading at fxpips.com
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Canadian stock market hits five-week low on resources, financials weakness
TORONTO, Nov. 9 (Xinhua) — Canada’s main stock market in Toronto Monday dropped to a five-week low as slumps in resources and financial shares triggered sell-offs. The Toronto Stock Exchange’s benchmark Standard & Poor’s/ TSX Composite Index was down 70 … Continue reading at news.xinhuanet.com
PrairieSky will buy Canadian Natural Resources assets for .8B
Also, insider Ronald Keith Laing sold 1,900 shares of the company’s stock in a transaction dated Wednesday, September 9th. Canadian Natural Resources Limited (TSE:CNQ) had its price target hoisted by investment analysts at National Bank Financial from C$ 38 … Continue reading at nysepost.com
Canadian Solar Sees Large Volume Increase Following Better-Than-Expected Earnings (CSIQ)
Standpoint Research raised shares of Canadian Solar from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $ 26.00 price objective on the stock in a research note on Friday, August 21st. Morgan Stanley assumed coverage on shares of Canadian Solar in a … Continue reading at tickerreport.com
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What was initially a somewhat forceful opinion from well-known billionaire and activist investor Carl Icahn that eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY) should spin off its PayPal business to unlock shareholder value has now turned into all-out rancor. eBay’s refusal for the time being to consider spinning off the business has left Icahn calling attention to other parts of eBay’s business, and stating publicly that this was one of the worst-run companies he’s ever seen.
In his most recent point of ire with eBay as a company, Icahn is calling attention to its handling of its Skype spin-off a few years ago. The company sold Skype to an investor group led by Marc Andreessen, who sits on the board of directors at eBay, and who was able to turn around and sell Skype to Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) for significantly more money, which Icahn saw as eBay leaving a huge amount of money on the table.
Regarding PayPal however, the question remains: is Icahn right here? Would separating PayPal into a standalone company be worth more to shareholders than leaving the two united? In this video from today’s Stock of the Day, Motley Fool financial analyst Matt Koppenheffer says that he thinks it probably would. Despite Icahn’s prickly approach, his track record for these crusades has been good, and the market very likely could attach a premium to PayPal if it were independent. That being said, Matt isn’t an eBay buyer today. While he is drawn to the stock for the strength of the PayPal business, Matt says he’s more inclined to wait until the fervor Icahn has created dies down here.
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