Котировки nyse 15.03.11
NRG – Bullish MACD Crossovers (NYSE)
TSO – Moved Above Upper Bollinger Band (NASDAQ)
SUN – CCI Buy signals (NYSE)
SLE – Parabolic SAR Buy signals (NYSE)
GT – New Uptrend (ADX) (NYSE)
TIF – Bearish MACD Crossovers (NYSE)
VZ – Moved Below Lower Bollinger Band (NYSE)
JPM – CCI Sell signals (NYSE)
AES – Parabolic SAR Sell signals (NYSE)
SVU – New Downtrend (Aroon) (NYSE)
- Incyte's Ruxolitinib meets primary endpoint in second Phase III Study (INCY) 13.37 : Co announces that investigational Janus kinase inhibitor, ruxolitinib, has met its primary endpoint of significantly reducing spleen size in patients with myelofibrosis, when compared to best available therapy. The data from Novartis (NVS) COMFORT–II European Phase III trial show treatment with ruxolitinib provided a statistically significant reduction in spleen size in patients with myelofibrosis when compared with best available therapy. A US NDA submission by co and EU Marketing Authorization Application submission by NVS is on track for Q2 2011. Additional clinical studies evaluating ruxolitinib in other hematologic cancers and malignant diseases such as lymphoma and pancreatic cancer are planned for 2011.
- China Botanic Pharma receives 2011 tax exemption; reaffirms FY11 guidance (CBP) 1.86 : Co announces it has passed the annual High–Tech Enterprise assessment, and that as a result, China Botanic will continue to enjoy a 10% tax exemption and will be entitled to a preferential tax rate of 15% in 2011 which is notably lower than the statutory income tax rate of 25%. For fiscal 2011, co reaffirms guidance and expects to see revenue in the range of $70.6–71.7 mln (no estimates), and after–tax net income of $22.9–23.2 mln (no estimates).
- Kraton Performance Polymers announces Asia Pacific SBS and SIS price increases of $200/t effective April 1,2011 (KRA) 37.22
- Costco comments on operations in Japan; Tamasakai warehouse will be closed for several months due to damage; all other locations open for business (COST) 71.84 : Co announces that all employees have been accounted for; and all facilities in Japan (nine warehouse locations and one cross–dock facility) have been inspected. Sadly, two people died as a result of the collapse of the parking ramp at the co's Tamasakai warehouse. With the exception of the Tamasakai location, which sustained significant damage, all Japan warehouses are open for business. The Tamasakai location will remain closed for several months pending further inspection and repairs to make sure it is safe for members and employees.