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Mar.15 -- Will Horton, senior analyst at CAPA, discusses Cathay Pacific's latest round of earnings, the company's fuel hedges, the future of the hub model and possible changes in the company's management. He speaks to Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Tracy Alloway on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East."
Cebu Pacific should look at underserved routes in the Asia Pacific for growth after it suspended three Middle East routes, an aviation industry analyst said Tuesday. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
Citigroup analysts are initiating coverage of Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. (NYSE:GAP) with a hold rating and $6 price target. Analyst Susan Anderson said, "There could be significant upside if turnaround initiatives begin to take hold as the stock has underperformed the group YTD. However, the turnaround is in very early stages and a complete plan has yet to be implemented. GAP will likely remain volatile near term, but at current levels the risk/reward is unattractive. We could become more positive with increased visibility on initiatives/profits or an extremely attractive valuation, all else equal." The bank sees a fiscal 2011 loss of $2.46 per share, vs. consensus estimates for a loss of $2.08 per share, and a fiscal 2012 loss of $1.87 per share, vs. consensus estimates for a loss...
Per the outcomes of the recent Analyst Value Survey conducted by Kea Company that benchmarked 70 analyst firms in Asia Pacific, Greyhound Research has been ranked in top 3 analyst firms in Asia Pacific. The survey was filled out by 138 industry watchers (IT Decision Makers and IT Vendors) in the region and is by far the most comprehensive study that benchmarks analyst firms and reflects on their value and importance. Here are some insights that we believe matters most to our followers, clients and industry friends. Read More here: http://bit.ly/1tDM2zB
For 40 years, CNA field representative Bill Morgan's many jobs have taken him to Bangladesh, Japan (twice), and now Hawaii. Throughout the decades, he's lent his analytical hand in Desert Shield, Desert Storm, to the Marines and the Navy. With so many accomplishments, it's easy to understand why, today, he assists the admiral of the U.S. Pacific Command.
Nov.30 -- Brad Erickson, Pacific Crest Securities analyst, discusses GoPro's restructuring plans and holiday sales prospects with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." Erickson, his family and firm do not own shares of GoPro.
Dr. Luisa Moreno explains what strategic metals are and why the group is so important. She also describes the technological and environmental changes that could boost demand for some of these rare earths and metals and mentions a number of publicly-traded juniors that she's watching now, including some of her favourites. For more expert advice and investing ideas see the Experts and Analyst page on SmallCapPower.com
Hear from IDC’s Research Director Brad Casemore as he explains: 1. What “Go Digital, Go Cloud” means to enterprise business. 2. How the cloud will impact enterprise networks. 3. What are the key elements a CIO needs to build a data center network. To learn more, join the Huawei Asia Pacific ISP Summit May 9th, 2018. http://bit.ly/2IIBCh4
More: http://i4.pnnl.gov/focusareas/vulcan.stm. PNNL is developing a new tool, called Vulcan, to improve analyst collaboration in cyber security. Vulcan is being designed to enable analysts to share their questions and information sources effortlessly. It does this in real time, anonymously, and without disrupting existing workflows. The result: cyber-defenders have a clever, secure to way to see what their trusted colleagues are doing... and find solutions faster.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s shift to China at the expense of the United States provides Beijing an “opening” to strengthen its influence in the Pacific, a political analyst said Friday. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
Apple (AAPL) opened higher and has been adding gains throughout morning trading, up 2%, after catching a wave of analyst actions lifting fully-year estimates for 2010 and 2011 on the strength of iPad sales, according to Barron's. Gleacher & Co. analyst Brian Marshall reiterated his "buy" rating, and raised his target to $370 from $355. He's guiding for full-year 2010 EPS of $16, from $15.75 and sees EPS of $18.50, up from $17.75 in 2011. CLSA Asia Pacific Markets analyst Steve Fox also maintained a "buy" rating and bumped up his target to $335 from $320. He's calling for 2010 EPS to hit $13.85, from $13.65 and $17.60, up from $17 in 2011. Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi is sticking with his "outperform" rating and $300 target, but is raising his 2010 EPS call to $13.41 from...
In this short video, Stratfor Asia-Pacific Analyst Evan Rees talks about four events to watch for this week. For more analysis, visit: https://www.worldview.stratfor.com
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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the largest accumulation of ocean plastic on the planet, contains even more debris than scientists had feared according to new research.
The United States is exploiting territorial tensions over the disputed South China Sea to defend its declining status amid China’s rising power in the Asia-Pacific region, an American writer and retired professor says. China is “an emerging country with worldwide interest facing an established power (US) which wants to limit the competition from China,” said James Petras, a professor emeritus of sociology at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York, and adjunct professor at Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada. “China’s clearly become the dominant economic power in Asia and the US is the declining Asian power and the US is using these offshore installations of China as a bogeyman to defend its declining status,” Petras told Press TV on Saturday. Observers believe ...
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(9 Jul 2010) FILE: Beijing, China - 14 January 2010 1. Wide tilt up of Google China Headquarters 2. Close of sign London, UK - 9 July 2010 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah McDowall, Asia-Pacific Research Analyst, IHS Global Insight: "Google comes out of the deal looking quite good. It looks as though it compromised, but it kept in line with its policy of no evil and it is in line with its general brand reputation of being liberal, so in that sense it's still forging a path for other internet search engines in China because it is giving the people the option to go to the Hong Kong site which provides more information, so in that sense, internet users are still able to get the information that they need, which is a good thing." FILE: Bejing, China - 6 Feb 2010 4. Wide shot interior of...