John has been covering financial markets since before the FTSE 100 existed, starting out on the Industries and Commodities team at Dun & Bradstreet, before moving on to Datastream, where he was head of the news team for several years. After a succession of management roles at Thomson Reuters he returned to front-line journalism in 2006. Prior to joining Proactive Investors he was managing editor at Sharecast.
According to traders, five of the analysts tagged the social media group with the equivalent of a ‘buy’ rating, and three had ‘hold’ or equivalent ratings on the firm
Summit has now applied for regulatory approval to extend PhaseOut DMD in the UK and USA
The company should have enough cash to tide it over while it arranges a financing deal, which it hopes to complete next month.
The company still made a net loss, but this narrowed to US$2.78mln from US$5.71mln the year before.
The new terms value Akzo at US$26.3mln, which just means any merged entity would be even more highly geared
The shares rose to a 52-week high as earnings surpassed expectations
"Take a look. Q3 was a very strong quarter," said Oracle's joint CEO, Safra Catz
First quarter revenue was at the top end of company guidance, but the company is still laying off some 270 workers
Africa is not Brazil, nor Mexico. It’s a continent, not a country, so the single market organizational model may not work
Also covered: AxoGen, Dupont Fabros, Tyson Foods
Exane is less concerned about any potential bid by Salesforce.com for Twitter than it is about the exciting deal it has just done
Jefferies applauds Wal-Mart's decision to open a large milk manufacturing plant; Concordia worth a punt, suggests Canaccord