NEW YORK, January 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Moments ago, Analysts Review released new research updates concerning several important developing situations including Netlist (NASDAQ: NLST), Celgene (NASDAQ: CELG), Jamba (NASDAQ: JMBA), Citigroup (NYSE: C), and Tilly's (NYSE: TLYS). Analysts Review provides a single unified platform for investors' to hear about what matters - proudly employing registered CFA® research staff and rigorous compliance procedures. The full research reports are being made available to the public for informational purposes only.
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NLST Research Report: ( http://get.analystsreview.com/pdf/?c=Netlist&d=14-Jan-2015&s=NLST ),
CELG Research Report: ( http://get.analystsreview.com/pdf/?c=Celgene&d=14-Jan-2015&s=CELG ),
JMBA Research Report: ( http://get.analystsreview.com/pdf/?c=Jamba&d=14-Jan-2015&s=JMBA ),
C Research Report: ( http://get.analystsreview.com/pdf/?c=Citigroup&d=14-Jan-2015&s=C ),
TLYS Research Report: ( http://get.analystsreview.com/pdf/?c=Tilly%27s&d=14-Jan-2015&s=TLYS ).
Analyst Update: Favorable Court Ruling, Guidance Updates, Business Operations Update, and Board Changes
Reviewed by: Rohit Tuli, CFA®
Volatility gripped the U.S. market on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which vaulted over 282 points during the session, erased all the gains and slipped into negative territory, led by a decline in materials and energy shares. The U.S. stocks fluctuated between gains and losses during the session, mirroring the movement in oil prices which tumbled to near six-year lows before recovering. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the session 0.15% lower at 17,613.68, the S&P 500 lost 0.26% to close at 2,023.03, and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.07% to 4,661.50. Meanwhile, European shares rose for the second consecutive session on Tuesday, helped by rally in retail stocks and data showing that U.K. inflation fell to the lowest level in 15 years. Most of the Asian markets also ended lower on Tuesday as continued drop in the prices of oil turned investors cautious towards risky assets.
Shares of the California-based Netlist, Inc. (Netlist) rallied over 14% on Tuesday after the Company announced that it won a preliminary injunction against Diablo Technologies, Inc. (Diablo), barring the sale of high-speed memory controller chips used by SanDisk and other major computer manufacturers. Know more about Netlist's latest victory in patent infringement suit against Diablo and SanDisk in our exclusive research report.
Celgene Corporation's (Celgene) stock touched fresh 52-week high on Tuesday, January 13, after the Company announced its 2014 preliminary results and also provided long-term financial outlook. Celgene expects its adjusted diluted EPS to exceed $12.50 in 2020 - a jump of over three-fold from $3.75 expected for full-year 2014. Read more about Celgene's latest financial outlook in our comprehensive research report.
Shares of the U.S.-based retailer of freshly-squeezed juice Jamba, Inc. (Jamba) rose to a new 52-week high on Tuesday after the Company agreed to include representatives from two of its large investors to the Company's Board of Directors. Continue reading on Jamba's move to reshuffle its Board of Directors in our research report.
Citigroup, Inc. (Citigroup) has received 10 bids for its consumer banking business in Egypt, Reuters reported adding that banks from the United Arab Emirates were among prominent potential purchasers. The U.S.-based lender announced in October that it was planning to exit its consumer businesses in 11 markets. To know more about the bidders eyeing Citigroup's Egypt retail operations, please visit our detailed research report.
Shares of Tilly's Inc. (Tilly's) rallied over 17% on Tuesday, hitting 52-week high, after the U.S.-based teen clothing retailer raised its Q4 2014 guidance for sales and net income to reflect better-than-expected holiday season performance. Continue reading on Tilly's updated Q4 2014 guidance in our research report.
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