June 15 (Reuters) - Standard Pacific Corp and Ryland Group Inc said they would merge to become the fourth-largest homebuilder in the United States.
129 7,352 10,319 15,392 SPF 2,340 2,600 3,581 5,025 8,051 ..... 539 16,300 15,866 11,830 SPF 23,250 17,468 19,191 15,826 ..... spite of modest buyer interest. Standard Pacific ( SPF ) is aiming for a 10% increase in
284 $322 $337 RYL $233 $241 $245 $201 $235 $295 SPF $357 $349 $313 $336 $390 $380 TOL $545 $574 $592 ..... states, such as AZ, FL, and TX, is providing a lift at Standard Pacific , where prices for its homes in backlog are up 6%, reflect a
legislation, as it has no losses to carry back), while Toll Brothers TOL, M/I Homes MHO, Ryland RYL, and Standard Pacific SPF will carry close to no net debt if they can monetize all of their deferred tax assets. A few builders actually
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We found some encouraging signs in Standard Pacific 's SPF second-quarter results, even though the company ..... further mitigating losses during the quarter. Standard Pacific 's operating metrics improved on a number of fronts
Standard Pacific SPF reported first-quarter results that generally fell in line with our expectations, given the continued malaise throughout the
prospects of the more levered builders such as Beazer BZH, Hovnanian HOV, Orleans OHB, and to a lesser extent, Standard Pacific SPF . We won't be immediately adjusting any fair values as a result of the debt offerings, but we may change some
Standard Pacific SPF reported weak fourth-quarter results that indicated the housing market won't be recovering anytime soon. Homebuilding revenues
Standard Pacific SPF announced Thursday that it has appointed ..... the board. Foell was president of Standard Pacific from 1969 until 1996. We like that ..... MatlinPatterson Global Advisors, which is Standard Pacific 's largest shareholder. Standard