J . M . Smucker announced weak preliminary second-quarter results that fell far below our expectations due to significant volume deterioration
We are dropping analyst coverage of SJM Holdings. Morningstar provides broad coverage of more than 1,500 companies across more than 90 industry groups, and we adjust our coverage as necessary based on client demand and investor interest.
J . M . Smucker 's fourth quarter was in line with our expectations, and we do not anticipate a significant change to our $95 fair value estimate
SJM Holdings reported first-quarter results that ..... more than HKD 10 per share. We currently view SJM as materially undervalued, with the stock ..... EBITDA increased 3% to HKD 1.9 billion. SJM 's market share in Macau was 23% in the first
We're putting our coverage of SJM Holdings under review as we reassess our assumptions surrounding the firm's under-construction Cotai Strip casino. We expect to raise our fair value estimate substantially.
SIRI , 26% LYV , etc] out in the cold. But LMCA at 12% discount to its intrinsic value is attractive now. J . M . Smucker [ SJM ; P/E 16; yield 2.5%] is down on poor guidance on earnings and revenues but it is a buying opportunity for
licenses] is Melco Crown [ MPEL ], Galaxy Entertainment [27.hk], MGM China [2282.hk], Sands China [1928.hk], SJM [880.hk], Wynn Macau [1128,hk]. Pg M8, Emerging Markets: Chinese consumer plays have been hot but are now slowing
9_0210-investorsentimentreadings.html Bullish stories: 6 stocks with rising earnings estimates [ ALL, COF, CELG, SJM , OXY, SNA ; pg 21]; semiconductor equipment maker Kulicke & Soffa [ KLIC ; forward P/E 3 after backing out $6.65/share
include banks, real-estate firms [5x-8x fwdE], international trading houses, and Macau gaming stocks traded in HK [ SJM Holdings , 0880.hk]. The ETFs are EWH and small-cap EWHS . Pg M7, Emerging Markets: There were 14 Chinese IPOs in 2011
Accor, Galaxy Entertainment, InterContinental Hotels, Las Vegas Sands, Marriott, Melco Crown, MGM China, Hyatt Hotels, SJM Holdings, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Wyndham Worldwide, and Wynn Resorts. Since 2010, these companies have reduced