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Lions Gate’s (LGF) $4.4 billion proposal to acquire Starz (STRZA) is a ‘deal made in heaven,’ according to Jim Cramer.
The owner of the Discovery and Animal Planet channels would give Lions Gate more heft in TV.
The Lions Gate deal to acquire Starz is a match made in heaven and could bring about more media deals, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
The $4.4 billion acquisition of the premium cable channel operator will be a boon for Lions Gate's television sector but is unlikely to significantly help its struggling film division.
Stocks move higher with more confidence in late-morning trading Thursday after struggling to stay positive earlier in the session.
When demand drives oil, it drives a lot of the industrials.
U.S. stocks opened flat on Thursday, following two straight days of gains, as investors continued to make sense of last week's Brexit vote.
Lions Gate (LGF) stock is climbing in pre-market trading on Thursday after the company reportedly said it would acquire Starz (STRZA) for $4.4 billion in cash and stock.
Stock futures fluctuate Thursday morning as Wall Street consolidates two days of major gains in a post-Brexit recovery.
Lions Gate Entertainment makes acquisition move while bank shares react to the Federal Reverse's stress test results.
Legendary investor George Soros says 'Brexit' will unleash a crisis in financial markets similar to the global financial crisis of 2007 and 2008.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a third day of gains on Wall Street.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF) as a post-market leader candidate
Recent cable deals have shifted the media landscape, leaving smaller content companies vulnerable.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 06/15/2016 settlement date, which shows a 1,755,325 share increase in total short interest for Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. , to 15,177,822, an increase of 13.08% since 05/31/2016.
Cisco received a favorable ITC patent ruling, BlackBerry rose following mixed results and YouTube expanded its live streaming support.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF) as a "barbarian at the gate" (strong stocks crossing above resistance with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
If Lionsgate hopes to reverse its stock market misfortunes, it needs to find new franchises -- and fast.
A merger between the studio and the premium cable channel operator would continue a recent spate of media consolidations.
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE:DLB) and Lionsgate (NYSE:LGF) today announced they are partnering to release a slate of Lionsgate new release and catalog titles mastered in Dolby Vision™ and mixed in Dolby Atmos ®...
Cramer thinks ConAgra is a winner but he's staying away from Mattress Firm.
Microsoft's buy of LinkedIn is great news for the stock market, Cramer says.
Josh Sapan says the cable TV network owner will grow and flourish even when new seasons of the zombie series come to an end.
Chris Albrecht says consolidation among the media mogul's many holdings is likely to happen. The only question is when.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the media industry lower today.
Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF) shares are rallying on Friday morning as Pacific Crest Securities continues to be bullish on the company's future, following its strong 2016 fourth quarter results.
U.S. stocks stayed range-bound as investors sat on the sidelines, awaiting any new clues on a rate-hike timeline from the Federal Reserve.
Stocks are narrowly mixed again by mid-afternoon Thursday as crude oil fails to recapture a level above $50 a barrel before its close.
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