2/23/2010- GrafTech International (NYSE:GTI) reported fiscal Q4 EPS of 28 cents, ahead of the consensus estimates of 20 cents per share. Revenues for the quarter fell 24% year-over-year to $202.4 million, topping the consensus estimates of $195.3 million. CEO Craig Shular said, "Our team was able to achieve productivity and cost control initiatives allowing us to be profitable and cash flow positive in a very difficult operating environment. We completed the year with the strongest balance sheet in our Company's history, closing the year with $50 million in cash and an undrawn revolver."
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Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) making the official announcement it will be buying a 49 percent stake in Virgin Atlantic from its owner Singapore Airlines. The deal will cost $360 million and end the Asian airline's 12-year investment in the British carrier. The new deal with give the second-largest U.S. airline more business in the U.K. and Europe and give the company Virgin's landing rights at London Heathrow airport. And with landing slots hard to come by at the international hub, it will definitely give Delta a leg up on its competition. The sale is still subject to regulatory clearance both in the United States and Europe but is expected to go through. Delta saw an almost 1.5 percent increase to its shares in premarket trading and should be climbing in today's session.
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http://profitabletradingtips.com/profitable-trading-tips/trading-foreign-stocks Trading Foreign Stocks By www.ProfitableTradingTips.com What is the point of trading foreign stocks when there are plenty of US stocks to trade on the NYSE or NASDAQ? Trading foreign stocks in Asia can put traders where the growth is. Trading foreign stocks in Europe can put traders in situations of high market volatility and potential profits as the European debt crisis threatens a wave of sovereign debt defaults and a plummeting Euro. Sorting out who the winners will be and who will be the losers in trading foreign stocks, as usual, will take both fundamental and technical analysis of individual stocks and broader market trends. Trading foreign stocks does not require trading on a foreign stock exchange. Many foreign stocks trade in the USA as American Depository Receipts. Level II and III ADR's require supervision by the SEC and, thus, have similar reporting requirement to US companies. Thus, a trader will have solid numbers on which to base his estimate of the stock's margin of safety and intrinsic stock value. Trading on the NYSE or NASDAQ these stocks can be profitably followed with technical analysis tools such as Candlestick stock charts. Steps for Trading Foreign Stocks Trading foreign stocks, like all stock trading, profits those who find and use the appropriate data for trading, learn a stock's fundamentals and closely follow stock price patterns with Candlestick analysis. The Eurozone's economy is equal to or slightly larger than that of the USA. China's is still substantially smaller than that of the USA or the EU but is growing at nearly ten percent a year. Both economies have many large company stocks that trade in the USA as ADR's. To trade these stocks a trader will commonly develop a trading strategy. For example, a potentially viable strategy in China might be to simply look for growth stocks. In Europe, on the other hand, a trader may choose to look for stock volatility or stocks that gradually become cheaper as the Euro falls. If companies in Europe, such as Siemens, have substantial sales outside of the Euro Zone they may continue to have a strong balance sheet even if the Euro falls. Thus a trader could look for a stock in the Euro Zone with a high price to earnings ratio. He could follow via Candlestick patterns as well as quarterly reports and news about the Euro. In the periods of market inefficiency that follow changes in fundamentals, such as a debt default in Greece or Italy, he could profitably buy stock, sell stock, sell short, or profit from buying options as Candlestick signals indicate. American Depository Receipts Getting accurate and up to date stock information is often a problem when trading foreign stocks on a foreign stock exchange. Here is where American Depository Receipts are useful. The level II and III ADR's are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission and must provide periodic and accurate reports of their financial condition and plans. Because these foreign stocks trade as US stocks do on the NYSE or NASDAQ they are readily tradable during US business hours. Using Candlestick pattern formations and Candlestick trading strategies a US trader can trade European or Asian stocks and take advantage of the growth and volatility that often leads to trading profits. http://youtu.be/qN7us4WLpIE
Joy Global (NYSE:JOY) seeing green during the fourth quarter. The company reported its earnings this morning, posting earnings per share of $1.94, higher than the $1.87 analysts were expecting. Revenue for the quarter also rose 19 percent to $1.59 billion, higher than the Wall Street estimate of $1.42 billion. Even though the mining company did well, it started seeing a slow down in demand for its products at the end of this year, and expects it to continue into 2013. Joy Global says the outlook continues to be weak because companies don't want to start new projects because of the sluggish economy. For the year, the company say profits of $762 million or $7.13 per share on revenue of $5.66 billion.