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The stock markets in the United States declined primarily due to the weaker than expected manufacturing data and standstill debt talks between Greece and its international creditors. Sign up for our f...
Stocks close modestly lower on Monday, caught in the crosshairs of worries over flailing Greek debt talks and a looming Federal Reserve meeting on Tuesday.
Stocks are modestly lower after European markets close in the red following a breakdown in Greek debt talks.
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Southern California home builders Standard Pacific Corp. (SPF) and Ryland Group Inc. (RYL) on Monday revealed plans to unite.
After the merger between Standard Pacific and Ryland, smaller homebuilders may be next in line for consolidation, according to one analyst.
Homebuilders Standard Pacific (SPF) and Ryland Group (RYL) surged on Monday on news the two had agreed to merge to form a combined company with a market cap of $5.2B.
The combined company will be a top-five player in the homebuilder space.
Stocks slump on Monday with the health care sector leading the way.
The combined $5.2 billion behemoth would be the fourth-largest homebuilder in the United States.
Standard Pacific (SPF) shares are up after the company announced a merger with competitor homebuilder Ryland (RYL).
Stock futures suggest markets will suffer a steep decline by opening bell Monday.
U.S. stock futures are dropping as an attempt at a Greek debt deal failed and as investors contemplate the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee meeting this week.
This week, we took advantage of market volatility to add a new position, book profits in some and add to others.
With an interest-rate hike looming, we took some profits in a banking position this week.
This week, we added to 3 portfolio positions and booked profits in another. Lots of economic reports ahead.
This week, we added to one position after a pullback and are looking to do the same with others.
Builders FirstSource and Standard Pacific are benefiting from positive April housing data.
We used a pullback in one holding to add to our position as earnings season ended.
The most recent short interest data has been released by the NASDAQ for the 04/30/2015 settlement date, which shows a 3,597,818 share decrease in total short interest for Standard Pacific Corp. , to 22,200,131, a decrease of 13.95% since 04/15/2015.
This week, we added to 3 portfolio positions on early (before Friday) market weakness.
Still, we believe the company is trending in the right direction.
This week, we booked profits in one portfolio holding while earnings pace picked up.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Standard Pacific (SPF) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
Shares of Standard Pacific (SPF) declined in afternoon trading Thursday after fellow homebuilder PulteGroup reported a surprising 27% decline in its first-quarter profit and noted declining home sales.
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