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$ROP {{ '2016-07-25T13:51:14+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

RBC Capital Markets analyst Deane Dray asks $ROP to bridge the gap between 3Q16 and 4Q16 guidance, whether there is any seasonality between them. CFO John Humphrey says that the Energy and Industrial businesses have more seasonal activity as customers flush out some of their budgets. This is expected in 4Q16, so it is higher than 3Q16.

User Josh Allan {{ '2016-10-27T15:39:01+0000' | timeago}}

Jeff Bezos, my inspiration next to Steve Jobs is going to review the Everything Store $AMZN's financial results today after hours. As an investor/user, I like Amazon Prime and it's success over several parts of the world. What's your take on Amazon?

User RC xNair {{ '2016-10-27T13:31:32+0000' | timeago}}

Of all the Wall St firms out there, Goldman Sachs $GS is the most revered for the way they're run - hiring the best, highly competitive, a closely-knit peer group and making tons of profits for the shareholders. An interesting interview of its CEO Llyod Blankfein by Carlyle groups chief David Rubenstein

User Ramesh Raju {{ '2016-10-27T10:38:07+0000' | timeago}}

Deutsche Bank posts Q3 net profit of 278 million euros.

User Vishnu Beri {{ '2016-10-27T01:52:28+0000' | timeago}}

Great results from $TSLA, however the question remains if Tesla can continue to scale up to produce the cars in the quantity it promises. Model 3 numbers need to be in multiples of what they are producing right now. Wish them the best, will keep an eye as I am still not convinced that they can scale easily.

User Michael Michael {{ '2016-10-26T23:46:35+0000' | timeago}}

Watching $TSLA Oct 28th $215 Calls for possible entry

$ESS {{ '2016-10-27T23:04:06+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$ESS expects 4Q16 core FFO per share of $2.77-2.83. For FY16, the company narrowed core FFO per share guidance to $11.00-11.06 from prior range of $10.90-11.06. $ESS tightened the range of same-property revenue growth to 6.7-6.9% from prior range of 6.6-7%. The company still expects operating expenses growth of 3.5-4%.

$NEM {{ '2016-10-27T23:03:45+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$NEM's FY16 gold AISC is expected to be in the range of $870-930 per ounce. Copper AISC is expected to be in the range of $2.30-2.50 per pound. Capital expenditure is expected to be between $970MM and $1.2Bil.

$XEL {{ '2016-10-27T23:01:35+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$XEL is narrowing its 2016 earnings guidance range to $2.17-2.22 per share. The company is also initiating 2017 EPS guidance of $2.25-2.35.

$ESS {{ '2016-10-27T22:58:01+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Real estate investment trust $ESS reported higher funds from operations (FFO) for 2Q16, driven by a rise in occupancy in its Seattle, Los Angeles and San Diego portfolios. FFO rose to $191.1MM or $2.81 per share from $170.9MM or $2.53 per share last year. Core FFO was $190.5MM or $2.81 per share. It reported earnings of $65.6MM or $1.00 per share.

$NEM {{ '2016-10-27T22:57:38+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$NEM's all-in sustaining costs (AISC) for gold was $925 per ounce, up from $879 per ounce in the prior year. Copper AISC was $2.57 per pound compared to $2.21 per pound in the prior year.