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The Company remains on track to achieve its fiscal year 2018 financial targets
In 2015, Peltz argued that GE's shares could reach between $40 and $45 a share, by the end of 2017. Instead, the investment contributed significantly to Trian's less-than-stellar 3% annual return for the year through early December, a person familiar with the situation noted. Most of Trian's investments did well in 2017, such as allocations to Bank of New York and Sysco, but the GE investment was a key reason for lower returns overall.
UPS is the latest big-name company to order Tesla's new semi truck.
After underperforming for much of this fall, Tesla's stock has begun moving higher. Both Model 3 and Semi truck news could be playing roles.
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3-year Plan Targets $650-700 Million Cumulative Adjusted Operating Income Growth by End of Fiscal 2020
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 10/31/2017 settlement date, which shows a 2,267,856 share decrease in total short interest for Sysco Corp , to 15,204,909, a decrease of 12.98% since 10/13/2017. Total short interest is just one way to look at short data; another metric that we here at Dividend Channel find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares traded.
Wall Street is split to begin the week as a rally in crude oil boosts energy names while a failed deal among major telecoms hits the sector.
A mega-deal offer from one of the largest chipmakers and gains in crude oil prices send Wall Street slightly higher to begin the week.
Stock futures are narrowly mixed on Monday after Broadcom Ltd. makes an offer to Qualcomm in what would be the largest tech deal ever.
The Saudi Arabian economy needs to rebalance away from oil.
Rising oil prices could lift the Dow into positive territory Monday but a stronger U.S. dollar may weigh on broader markets.
Investors pull back from multi-year highs on global financial markets amid a resurgent greenback
European stocks and Wall Street futures are looking weaker Monday amid a jump in crude oil prices linked to a corruption crackdown in Saudi Arabia.
Wages and job numbers rose less than expected, but September payrolls were advised to reverse a loss.
Walt Disney, the largest entertainment company in the world, will open its books for investors on Thursday. But until then, all eyes on the surprising arrest of Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal.
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