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$AVY {{ '2015-12-09T19:29:18+0000' | timeago}} • SEC

In 3Q15, $AVY's sales in Pressure-sensitive Materials segment fell approx. 6% vs. 3Q14, reflecting the unfavorable impact of FX translation. On an organic basis, sales rose approx. 5% primarily due to higher volume. On an organic basis, sales rose at mid-single digit rates in North America, Western Europe, and emerging markets.

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.