24 Stocks Posting Returns And Earnings Growth Of More Than 30%
In the past three years, Verizon’s profitability has been remarkable, never less than a 60% return on stockholders’ equity. I still don’t like its rather heavy debt load, but with the stock at less than seven times earnings, I think it’s a good buy.
Verizon’s Stock Breakout May Lead To 12% Gain
By Michael Kramer | Updated April 18, 2018 — 11:26 AM EDT
Verizon Communications Inc. is nearing a technical breakout that may send it higher by as much as 12% in the coming weeks, based on a recent analysis. The breakout looms as the company is set to report first-quarter results Tuesday before the open of trading.
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The Factors Driving Our $52 Price Estimate For Verizon
Trefis Team , Contributor
Verizon, the largest U.S. wireless carrier, has been performingwell over the last few quarters, driven by its unlimited data plans, which have allowed it to post strong postpaid phone net additions. The company’s outlook for 2018 remains fairly positive, with full-year revenues projected to grow in the low single digits, with its service revenues expected to return to growth around the end of the year or early next year. In this note, we take a look at our expectations for the company’s various business segments over 2018, and some of the factors that are driving our $52 price estimate.
Soaring U.S. aluminum prices to diverge from LME after Rusal sanctions
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LONDON (Reuters) – Aluminium prices in the United States have soared and are expected to diverge from those traded on the London Metal Exchange after the U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on Russian producer Rusal (0486.HK).
Aluminum’s Short Squeeze Is Political
Government actions are driving the rally; the underlying economics point to weakness.
April 19, 2018, 10:53 AM GMT+3
With U.S. sanctions on United Co. Rusal taking about 6 percent of the world’s supply off the market and throwing the global aluminum supply chain into disarray, a Chinese industry that produces about half the world’s metal seems well placed to step in.
US manufacturers seek relief from steel and aluminum tariffs
BY PAUL WISEMAN AND CHRISTOPHER RUGABER, AP ECONOMICS WRITERS
WASHINGTON — Apr 18, 2018, 11:47 PM ET
Rising costs. Delayed shipments. A baffling bureaucracy.
President Donald Trump’s tariffs on imported aluminum and steel are disrupting business for American companies that buy those metals, and many are pressing for relief.
Hundreds of companies are asking the Commerce Department to exempt them from the 25 percent steel tariff and the 10 percent aluminum tariff.
This is a case where Fundamental Data is taking over!