Posts Tagged ‘stock market’

Entergy releases first web-based, integrated report

NEW ORLEANS — Entergy Corporation has released its 2013 online integrated report, combining material previously presented in the company’s annual report to shareholders and its annual sustainability report. “Producing one integrated report reinforces our belief that our stakeholders — owners, customers, employees and communities — are inextricably linked and that we must deliver sustainable value […] [...]

TVA’s pension fund shortfall affecting ratepayers

by Associated Press Published: October 15,2012

Tags: electricity, energy, investment, pension, power, retirement, stock market, utility

NORTH MISSISSIPPI — A shortfall in the Tennessee Valley Authority’s pension fund is affecting electric ratepayers. The Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press reports TVA has added nearly $1.3 billion from customers to the find since 2008 when investment markets tanked. However, the federal utility didn’t add any money to the fund in 2012. CFO John […] [...]

Motley Fool Writer LouAnn Lofton Q&A

by Stephen McDill Published: July 8,2011

Tags: 2008 recession, investing, Louann Lofton, Motley Fool, stock market, Warren Buffett

JACKSON- LouAnn Lofton, Motley Fool writer and author of “Warren Buffett Invests Like A Girl” joins MBJ-TV via Skype Video to talk about her book. Part 1: Lofton talks about her personal and professional inspiration for the book as well as Warren Buffett’s reaction to the 2008 economic recession. Part 2: Lofton outlines her book’s […] [...]

Callon completes public offering, nets $65.7M

by Wally Northway Published: February 17,2011

Tags: energy, investing, investments, oil and gas, public offering, publicly traded company, stock, stock market

NATCHEZ — Callon Petroleum Company has closed its previously announced public offering of nine million shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $7.75 per share. Callon also granted the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 1.35 million common shares on the same terms and conditions to […] [...]

More of the same from market

by Lynn Lofton Published: December 26,2010

Tags: Darrin Webb, Dr. Donald Ratajczak, Mike Gibbs, morgan keegan, stock market, Terrell Kalmbach

The trend will continue to be no trend for the foreseeable future With the economy showing signs of recovery, many people are wondering what the stock market will do in 2011. “In our view, the economy should continue on a slowly improving path in 2011, although high unemployment and weak housing are likely to remain […] [...]

Stocks climb after Citigroup tops forecasts

by Associated Press Published: October 18,2010

Tags: Citigroup, dow jones, stock market

NEW YORK – An upbeat start to a busy week of earnings pushed stocks higher Monday. Citigroup Inc.’s better-than-expected results drove financial stocks higher, putting an end to a recent slide. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 36 points in midday trading. Citigroup said fewer of its customers defaulted on loans, an encouraging sign that […] [...]

Oil prices higher as stock markets rise

by Associated Press Published: October 18,2010

Tags: Oil, stock market

NEW YORK – Oil prices on Monday bounced back above $82 a barrel, as stocks rose on encouraging earnings reports. Benchmark crude for November delivery rose $1.25 to $82.50 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. At the pump, gas prices leveled off at a national average of $2.832 for a gallon of regular, […] [...]

Citigroup earns $2.15B as failed loans decrease

by Associated Press Published: October 18,2010

Tags: Citigroup, foreclosures, real estate, stock market

NEW YORK – Citigroup Inc., one of the largest banks in the world, reported its third straight quarter of profit Monday in another sign that the American consumer is healing. The New York bank, which is still 12 percent owned by the government, earned $2.15 billion, or 7 cents per share, in the three months […] [...]

Stocks slide after jobs, inflation reports

by Associated Press Published: October 14,2010

Tags: economy, Federal Reserve, finance, stock market

NEW YORK – Stocks dipped Thursday after concerns about another disappointing report on jobs. But losses were held in check by expectations the Federal Reserve will act soon to strengthen the economy. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 32 points in midday trading. In recent months, a disappointing jobs report would have likely led to […] [...]

Stock futures edge higher before jobs data

by Associated Press Published: October 14,2010

Tags: finance, stock market

NEW YORK – Stock futures edged higher as investors avoided big moves before key reports on unemployment and inflation. Currency and gold trading was again a dominant driver of global financial markets Thursday. Traders sent the dollar lower because of expectations the Federal Reserve will start buying government bonds to try to stimulate the sluggish […] [...]

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