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12 апреля, 16:48

Loews Corp To Add Consolidated Container to its Portfolio

Loews Corporation (L) recently announced its decision to acquire plastic packaging manufacturer Consolidated Container Company LLC from Bain Capital Private Equity.

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11 апреля, 17:26

Loews купит Consolidated Container Company за $1,2 млрд

Американская компания Loews заявила, что приобретет производителя пластиковых упаковок Consolidated Container Company (CCC) за $1,2 млрд у инвестиционной фирмы Bain Capital Private Equity. Ожидается, что сделка будет завершена во втором квартале текущего года. Напомним, что Bain Capital приобрела CCC у компании Vestar Capital Partnersв 2012 г., при этом финансовые детали сделки раскрыты не были. CEO Loews Джеймс Тиш прокомментировал, что при принятии решения о покупке его команда анализировала состояние отрасли упаковочной продукции из пластика и пришла к выводу, что это слабоконцентрированная отрасль промышленности с устойчивыми показателями оборота наличности и низкими рисками технических перебоев.

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11 апреля, 16:40

Loews купит Consolidated Container Company за $1,2 млрд

Американская компания Loews заявила, что приобретет производителя пластиковых упаковок Consolidated Container Company (CCC) за $1,2 млрд у инвестиционной фирмы Bain Capital Private Equity. Ожидается, что сделка будет завершена во втором квартале текущего года. Напомним, что Bain Capital приобрела CCC у компании Vestar Capital Partnersв 2012 г., при этом финансовые детали сделки раскрыты не были. CEO Loews Джеймс Тиш прокомментировал, что при принятии решения о покупке его команда анализировала состояние отрасли упаковочной продукции из пластика и пришла к выводу, что это слабоконцентрированная отрасль промышленности с устойчивыми показателями оборота наличности и низкими рисками технических перебоев.

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04 апреля, 17:27

Here's Why You Should Hold on to Loews (L) Stock Right Now

Loews Corporation's (L) prospects have been looking up of late.

02 апреля, 14:30

Swansea City v Middlesbrough: Premier League – live!

Updates from the 1.30pmBST kick-off at the Liberty StadiumLive scores: all the goals from around the UK and EuropeEmail Daniel or tweet him here 3.28pm BST So, that’s about us - join Gregg Bakowski for Arsenal-Man City, which will hopefully be better. I cannot conceive of worse. Bye! Related: Arsenal v Manchester City: Premier League – live! 3.27pm BST That was absolutely miserable. Swansea were without too many of their better players to threaten very much, while Boro appear content to draw their way down; that’s now 11 for the season. They stay 19th, while Swansea stay 17th. Continue reading...

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29 марта, 20:53

Uniqlo выпустит коллекцию с креативным директором Loewe

Японский масс-маркетный бренд одежды и аксессуаров Uniqlo объявил о сотрудничестве с креативным директором модного дома Loewe Джонатаном Уильямом Андерсоном. Ранее компания неоднократно выпускала капсульные коллекции с Жиль Зандер, Карин Ройтфельд и Инес де ла Фрессанж.

27 марта, 09:42

10 Signs You’re Turning Into Your Father

The day has come. You've finally realized you're turning into your father. Or, maybe you're still in denial. If so, here are 10 things to consider.

10 марта, 10:12

‘It is quite petrifying’: designer JW Anderson on his first exhibition

Landmark fashion meets great sculpture in the designer’s ambitious new show Jonathan Anderson is a busy man. The 32-year-old fashion designer from Magherafelt, Northern Ireland, puts out 12 collections a year as both head of his own label, JW Anderson, and creative director of the Spanish luxury brand, Loewe. He is constantly jumping on and off the Eurostar, splitting his week between London and Paris, where each label is respectively based. So when the Hepworth Wakefield gallery in Yorkshire asked him to curate an exhibition, he probably, for the sake of his schedule, should have politely declined. But as someone who collects himself, and who is passionate about modern British art (specifically, Barbara Hepworth) the collaboration seemed like a natural fit. The gallery’s location was also a major draw. “I’m glad to be putting creative energy into something that is about getting people out of London,” Anderson explains. “We are not trapped – go out and there are amazing things to be seen,” and off he goes in his dizzying way, jumping from one thought to the next. He enthuses about how this politically turbulent moment is the best time to be creative; he tells me that photographer Jamie Hawkesworth, a long-time collaborator, has taken pictures of 123 Yorkshire schoolchildren wearing garments from the show, for an accompanying book, before finally pausing for breath and concluding: “It is quite petrifying doing something like this, because it opens you up to both the art and the fashion worlds, who are equally critical. But I’ve come to the point where it’s not about that. It’s more about the idea of all of this, in Wakefield.” Continue reading...

09 марта, 11:01

Loews Corp (L) Up 2.2% Since Earnings Report: Can It Continue?

Loews Corp (L) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

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06 марта, 23:14

How Does Fat Get Converted To Calories?

How is fat being converted into calories at cellular level? This question was originally answered on Quora by Bart Loews.

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01 марта, 10:27

Loewe снял в рекламе 36-летнюю Жизель Бундхен

Бразильская супермодель Жизель Бундхен приняла участие в новой рекламной кампании испанского бренда Loewe. 36-летняя манекенщица представила коллекцию сумок на новый сезон. Она уже приняла участие в фотосессии. Она одном из снимков она запечатлена на фоне декорации, напоминающей гигантскую люстру.

28 февраля, 17:08

From Sade to Isabelle Huppert: who is your earring icon?

Chunky hoops, diamond cuffs and chandeliers – big earrings are in fashion this season. Here’s how to take inspiration from those who have made earring-wearing an art formExpect queues for ear piercing at Claire’s Accessories to be out of the door this summer – earrings are an essential if you want to be fashionable in 2017. From the Oscars red carpet to fashion’s front row, they are everywhere. The precis? Go big or go home. Céline’s dinosaurs, Loewe’s faces and Balenciaga’s safety pins are all worth a Google image search to get the idea. Or head to Mango. No, that’s not a plug. Take it from a big earring fan: Mango is where you’ll find the best on the high street. You’re welcome. And while we’re feeling generous, here are seven earring icons to get you on the right track. Pick one, start those lobe exercises and off you go. Continue reading...

21 февраля, 10:23

как Артеменко исключили из фракции за заметку в The New York Times

Фракция на три часа От своего депутат Олег Ляшко отказался еще утром вчерашнего дня, после того, как СМИ начали активно обсуждать заметку в The New York Times. "Относительно "мирного плана" Андрея Артеменко, о котором пишет NYT. Это исключительно его собственная позиция, которую ни я лично, ни наша команда Радикальной партии не поддерживаем", - написал Ляшко на своей странице в Facebook...

13 февраля, 17:50

Is Loews Corporation (L) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Let's see if Loews Corporation (L) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now from multiple angles.

06 февраля, 22:51

"Complacency Reigns Supreme" Loews CEO Warns The Market's "Major Disconnect Concerns Me"

Jim Tisch, the CEO of Loews, is worried - worried enough that he slashed his firm's share buybacks in 2016 and explained to an anxious analyst crowd during his earnings call that "complacency reigns supreme. However, my experience has shown me that this state of affairs won’t go on indefinitely."  Simply put, Tisch warned that investors who bid up the prices of stocks and bonds aren’t accounting for the risks, given global uncertainties about taxes, regulation and trade. "I want to start by showing my thoughts on the financial markets, as a backdrop to what guided our approach to capital allocation in 2016. I've been around long enough to have lived through all sorts of markets. I've learned to respect markets, while at the same time being skeptical of conventional wisdom.   I've lived through a bond bear markets and a gargantuan bond bull market. I've seen bond yields above 15% and below 2%. I've seen inflationary spirals, I've seen deflationary threats, I've seen deregulation and reregulation. I've seen the S&P 500 trade as high as 30 times earrings and I've seen the S&P trade as low as seven times earnings.   With all this experience, that comes with age I might add, here is what I'm seeing in the markets today.   In the credit markets, spreads on the high yield securities are approaching historically type levels, while key credit metrics such as leverage and coverage ratios are showing signs of weakening.       The leverage loan market has been overrun by such massive inflows of capital that you could probably get alone to buy a fleet of zeppelins at this point in time.       With respect to rates, the 10-year treasury note is currently trading at around 2.5%, up from the its recent lows, but still well below historic norms. In my view, the mood of these markets is in historic contrast with many unknown from our current economic and political landscape, both here and abroad. For me, it's a major disconnect, and it concerns me. The optimism in the rates and credit markets is likewise reflected in the public equity and merger markets. The S&P 500 is trading at roughly 19 times earnings, three turns times higher than the 50-year average of 2016. These valuations make me uncomfortable, especially given the unknowns in taxation, foreign trade, regulation and more.       The merger market is being driven by large pools of private and corporate buyers, the wave of private capital combined with the abundance of the available leverage at remarkably low rates, has enabled private equity firms to pay big prices for company that haven't already been garbled up by strategic buyers.   To sum up, in my opinion, the markets are priced for perfection, and they have been that way for quite some time, complacency reign supreme. However, my experience has shown me that this state of fear – of the phase won't go on indefinitely. So why am I sharing these thoughts with you? Because I know that some of you've wondered why we brought back relatively few Loews shares in 2016 or why lower CapEx made in acquisition.   In terms of the first question, looking back over 2016 with a benefit of 2020 hindsight, I wish we had repurchased more stock in the first half of the year, when Loews shares were trading at lower prices, and when the S&P was 20% lower than recent levels. As the equity market climbed to record heights during the second half of 2016, Loews' common stock moved along with it and we became cautious. And we are more comfortable buying shares back when the market is at its lows rather than when it's hitting new highs. While, we remain positive on our shares and see real potential for our subsidiaries, we also know that Loews' stock price is positively correlated to the overall equity markets.   Unlike many other companies, we don't have set quarters for share purchases in a given year. We use our judgment to buyback our stock at the lowest price possible. Sometimes, we look like heroes, like when we bought 9% of our stock in 2015. And there are other times, having not purchase shares may make us look like we are asleep at the switch, but I promise you, we are not. Over the span of time measured in years and decades we're proud of our record and we feel that our share repurchases have created significant value for our shareholders.   ... It's a tough market in which to be a disciplined buyer. I assure you that we remain committed to our long-standing philosophy of creating value for all shareholders through prudent capital allocation." Of course, we should not pay attention to this CEO's comments - based on decades of experience - we should be distracted over here by the pending IPO of Snapchat, the cash-burning, disappearing sexting app.

06 февраля, 17:29

Loews (L) Q4 Earnings Beat Estimates, Revenues Decline Y/Y

Loews Corporation (L) reported fourth-quarter 2016 operating earnings of 79 cents per share, which beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 63 cents.

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06 февраля, 17:06

Квартальная прибыль Loews превысила прогнозы аналитиков

Американская компания Loews отчиталась о положительном финансовом результате за четвертый квартал. Так, чистая прибыль компании составила $268 млн или 79 центов на акцию по сравнению с зафиксированным годом ранее убытком на уровне $201 млн или 58 центов на акцию, тогда как аналитики в среднем ожидали прибыль на уровне 63 центов на акцию. Выручка в рассматриваемом периоде повысилась на 0,2% г/г до $3,34 млрд.

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06 февраля, 16:18

Квартальная прибыль Loews превысила прогнозы аналитиков

Американская компания Loews отчиталась о положительном финансовом результате за четвертый квартал. Так, чистая прибыль компании составила $268 млн или 79 центов на акцию по сравнению с зафиксированным годом ранее убытком на уровне $201 млн или 58 центов на акцию, тогда как аналитики в среднем ожидали прибыль на уровне 63 центов на акцию. Выручка в рассматриваемом периоде повысилась на 0,2% г/г до $3,34 млрд.

06 февраля, 15:24

Loews (L) Beat on Q3 Earnings Estimates, Revenues Up

Loews (L) beats on earnings. Our consensus called for EPS of 63 cents per share, and the company delivered EPS of 79 cents per share.