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In 2015, $KHC incurred $829MM of costs with roughly two-thirds of those costs related to severance and employee benefits. The company spent about $225MM in CapEx related to the program. $1.9Bil of pretax cost consisted of approx. $1.1Bil of cash costs and roughly $800MM in non-cash expenses like assets by costs and accelerated depreciation.
Looks like $BAC is regaining its lost reputation after the 2008 financial crisis. I hope the stock will flourish under Trump.
$BA won a $22 billion deal from SpiceJet, their largest order from an Indian airline.
$FB stock remained in the green territory after Raymond James upgraded shares to strong buy from outperform, on expectations that overall 4Q16 ad spending was strong.
$ARRY Good day for the stock, jumped 7%. Great gains !
2017 was supposed to be another record year for automotive industry. Still, $F Ford thinks its profit will dip in 2017..!!