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Lions Gate (LGF) stock rating was lowered to ‘market perform’ from ‘outperform’ at Bernstein on Thursday.
Premium entertainment network EPIX today announced that it has named Jonathan Dakss as Chief Digital Officer.
Cramer shares his views on why Constellation Brands' stock is up, and discusses why oil has eclipsed Brexit. Starz, General Mills and Hershey are among the stocks discussed.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us that bankers are feckless and that a blow-off could come with a major cycle end.
It's been a wild week for stocks. Wall Street began the week in sharp decline after the shock of the pro-Brexit vote, before snapping into recovery mode.
This offers hope for Viacom investors who believe their investment is deeply undervalued.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
After announcing a $4.4 billion acquisition of Starz (STRZA) yesterday, Lions Gate's (LGF) stock price target was dropped at KeyBanc.
Lions Gate's acquisition of Starz has many synergies, but it won't create a true threat to Netflix's massive subscriber base yet.
When short-sellers get caught leaning the wrong way, that's a recipe for explosive moves to the upside, Cramer says.
A post-Brexit recovery rally lasted for a third straight day, a confident note on which to end the month -- and the second quarter.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lions Gate Entertainment (LGF) as a "water-logged and getting wetter" (weak stocks crossing below support with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
Just when Brexit was supposed to be disastrous for stocks, buyers blasphemously step up to spend billions on other companies.
Stocks extend their post-Brexit recovery rally into a third session on Thursday as hopes rise of further monetary easing from global central banks.
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.