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$TMK {{ '2015-07-28T16:54:06+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TMK 2Q15 Q&A: Jimmy of JPMorgan: Could you confirm whether $0.06 impact for 2015 on direct response is right? Larry, CEO: It’s right. As far as kind of trying to see our best annual estimate at this point of time for where that might go in 2016, maybe being in that 51% to 52% range & bringing the direct response margin maybe down in that 20-21%.

User RC xNair {{ '2016-10-25T17:04:47+0000' | timeago}}

Looking ahead to $AAPL earnings release later in the afternoon today? Gene Munster, analyst from Piper Jaffrey and the most respected authority for Apple, had this to say - "The second and slightly larger group of investors believe the tail of the iPhone 7 is irrelevant, and is betting that the iPhone 10th Anniversary will yield a jump in growth from flat to up ~15%."

User Carlton Davis {{ '2016-10-24T19:31:20+0000' | timeago}}

$COL agreed to buy $BEAV for $6.4 billion in cash and stock. Also Rockwell Collins reported higher 4Q16 earnings on growth in Government Systems and higher revenue in Information Management Services.

User Charles Elliston {{ '2016-10-24T19:15:21+0000' | timeago}}

Wow! What a buzz the $T-$TWX deal is making! Almost everyone from politicians to competitors have come out against this deal. Even Wall Street doesn’t seem to be too thrilled. Both stocks were down today.

User Vishnu Beri {{ '2016-10-24T17:33:28+0000' | timeago}}

Visa ($V) set to release it earning after market close today. With new CEO resigning so close to the earnings, should we expect to see any surprises? Visa has been making strong moves with Visa Europe acquisition, partnership with PayPal and a 15% increase if quarterly dividends.

User Vishnu Beri {{ '2016-10-24T17:05:39+0000' | timeago}}

Kimberly Clark Corp ($KMB) has been in decline for most of the year, the stock has also not been getting any analyst love. Will today’s earnings break the trend? Revenue has been up and down in the last four quarters, let us see what this quarter brings.

$ETR {{ '2016-10-25T19:35:36+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$ETR believes all the expenditures incurred in its nuclear operations will be prudently recovered. The company does not expect customer rates to increase by much more than 1%. $ETR believes that even by 2019, it would continue to have competitive rates.

$ETR {{ '2016-10-25T19:25:48+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$ETR expects Utility, Parent & Other adjusted earnings to be lower in 2017 and 2018. The company is still on track for greater than 5% three-year growth based on the midpoint of its adjusted  2019 outlook versus its 2016 guidance.

$SHW {{ '2016-10-25T19:23:40+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$SHW intends to build cash on its balance sheet over the course of the year to reduce total borrowings required to close the Valspar deal, which will eliminate the company's share repurchase activity in 2016. The company's cash balance at the close of 3Q16 was $702.6MM compared to $91MM on Sept. 30, 2015.

$SHW {{ '2016-10-25T19:21:18+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$SHW said its CapEx year-to-date totaled $173.1MM. Depreciation was $128.3MM and amortization was $20.2MM. In 2016, the company anticipates CapEx of approx. $240MM, depreciation of $170-180MM, and amortization of about $30MM. CapEx will run higher than normal in 2016, as the company completes some facility renovation projects.

$KEY {{ '2016-10-25T19:19:39+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$KEY in a conference call with analysts said it would provide outlook in January. Answering an analyst's question, the company however mentioned that there was no real change to the near-term outlook. $KEY's 3Q16 profit fell, hurt by an increase in non-interest expenses.