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$CTSH {{ '2015-08-05T12:46:36+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$CTSH 2Q15 Call: Finished the quarter with approx. $3.57Bil of cash and short term investments, down by approx. $563MM YoverY. Outstanding debt balance was approx. $1.1Bil at 2Q15-end, including a $100MM outstanding on CTSH revolver. CapEx was $76MM. Added 300 net employees and ended 2Q15 with approx. 218,000 employees globally.

User RC xNair {{ '2016-10-26T18:36:03+0000' | timeago}}

Chipotle stock is crashing like a falling knife after it's earnings report last evening; down about 10% already today! Was Bill Ackman wrong in buying about 10% stake in $CMG couple of months ago? Or is this market reacting to disappointing earnings? And can they really get customers to trust them again after food-safety crisis?

User Josh Allan {{ '2016-10-26T18:19:15+0000' | timeago}}

$TSLA Just recalling Elon Musk's statement during Q4 earnings. "I am presently quite excited about is that we expect to be positive cash flow starting next month, and then continuing on into Q2 and beyond." Will the electric carmaker prove that it can be cash flow positive company this quarter?

User RC xNair {{ '2016-10-26T14:37:35+0000' | timeago}}

While all of us are busy with crunching earnings numbers that are flowing in this week, keep an eye on WTI Crude prices also for broader economic trends. Russians have rejected any production cuts after OPEC nations recently decided to cut oil production. OPEC had finally decided to cut prod to spur up prices! What sectorscan be most affected if prices do go up in the next 6 months? Airlines for sure! Image courtesy: Bloomberg

User Vishnu Beri {{ '2016-10-25T21:15:45+0000' | timeago}}

Apple ($AAPL) reported decline in sales and profits from comparable quarter last year, attributing the decline to announcement of iPhone 7/7s. Sales and profit are being guided higher for next quarter. Apple is a solid company and will continue to dominate tech and consumer electronics segment for a while. Personally, looks like there is little downside in this investment.

User Mark Collas {{ '2016-10-25T20:12:01+0000' | timeago}}

Waiting with fingers crossed for $AAPL’s fourth quarter earnings.

$AMP {{ '2016-10-26T19:37:28+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

In the Advice & Wealth Management segment, $AMP’s retail client assets grew 10% during 3Q16. Operating earnings were $231MM, up 5% from 3Q15. In Annuities, variable annuities account balances were up about 4% YoverY. In Asset Management, assets under management declined slightly to $468Bil in 3Q16.

$HES {{ '2016-10-26T19:35:37+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

In 4Q16, $HES expects Bakken production to average between 100,000-105,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, reflecting fewer new wells being brought online. For the full year 2016, the company expects Bakken production to be approx. 105,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

$AIZ {{ '2016-10-26T19:35:30+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

Property and insurance company $AIZ said it estimates losses from the recent Hurricane Matthew could total up to $70MM after tax. Hurricane Matthew in October inflicted severe flooding and wind damage particularly in parts of Georgia, the Carolinas and the Caribbean.

$HES {{ '2016-10-26T19:31:16+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

For 2016, $HES expects to drill approx. 70 wells and bring 100 wells online, compared to 182 wells drilled and 219 wells brought online in 2015. In 3Q16, the company drilled 21 wells and brought 22 wells online.

$OI {{ '2016-10-26T19:30:48+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$OI has seen lower demand in Brazil, partially offset by strong performance in primarily Colombia and Peru along the year. The company said cost containment remained the high focus and are expected to continue doing so. Overall, $OI continues to see low demand in Brazil, yet seeing some very early signs of slightly change in trends.