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Jun 19, 2012
SEC | Enforcement Actions: Listings of Company Delinquent Filings from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
By DECLAN WALSH
Yousaf Raza Gilani, the prime minister, has been "disqualified" from office due to an earlier contempt conviction, Pakistan's high court declared Tuesday.
By STEPHEN CASTLE and RAPHAEL MINDER
A debt sale Tuesday reflects deep market fears about the future of the euro and increases pressure on European leaders to come up with a solution to the crisis.
By JAMES KANTER and PAUL GEITNER
As Greece's political parties maneuvered to form a new government Tuesday, the country's creditors were signaling a willingness to discuss revised terms.
By DAN MORRISON
The Bangladeshi government won't take in the several hundred Rohingyas fleeing ethnic violence in Myanmar. That's entirely reasonable.
By GRAHAM BOWLEY and TAIMOOR SHAH
Taliban insurgents wearing police uniforms attacked a checkpoint in southern Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing three police officers, local officials said.
By RAVI SOMAIYA
The British foreign secretary, William Hague, told Parliament that the ship, carrying refurbished Russian-made attack helicopters, is apparently headed back to Russia.
By KEITH BRADSHER
The man, Patrick Devillers, was arrested in Cambodia, and worked closely with a disgraced Chinese official, Bo Xilai, and his wife, Gu Kailai, who is a suspect in the death of a British businessman.
By Carla Mozee, MarketWatch
— LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) Shares of Adobe Systems Inc. and FSI International Inc. each fell Tuesday evening after weaker-than-expected forecasts from the technology companies.
Suddenly, investors 'like' Facebook Facebook’s stock has risen nearly 30% in the past week. Why? WSJ MarketBeat lead writer Steven Russolillo makes a stop on Mean Street to explain.
Adobe Systems ADBE +0.80% lost 4.3% to $31.49 as the design-software company projected fiscal third-quarter revenue of $1.075 billion to $1.125 billion, and adjusted earnings of 56 cents to 61 cents a share. Analysts polled by FactSet Research had been looking for 61 cents a share in earnings on revenue of $1.134 billion. Adobe also narrowed its 2012 sales view and revised its fiscal-year earnings outlooks, with the targets reflecting “a weaker demand forecast in Europe,” the company said in a statement.
Fiscal second-quarter adjusted earnings at Adobe were 60 cents a share, and revenue was $1.12 billion, up from $1.02 billion, in the year-ago period. Analysts were expecting earnings of 59 cents a share on revenue of $1.11 billion. Read more about Adobe's results, forecast.
FSI shares FSII +5.97% stumbled 15% to $3.78 with the chip-equipment maker saying it expects fiscal fourth-quarter revenue of $40 million to $45 million, below the Thomson Reuters consensus estimate of $48 million. FSI’s fiscal third-quarter earnings jumped from the year-ago period as revenue nearly doubled to $50.8 million. More on FSI's outlook, quarterly results.
But shares of Jabil Circuit Inc. JBL +2.16% sloughed off earlier losses and turned 1.8% higher to $19.76. The shares had been under pressure after the electronics contract manufacturer said it expects fiscal fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of 54 cents to 66 a share and net revenue of $4.1 billion to $4.35 billion. Analysts currently expect earnings of 67 cents a share on revenue of $4.37 billion.
For its fiscal third quarter, Jabil’s earnings, excluding one-time items, came in at 64 cents a share. Sales were $4.3 billion, up from $4.2 billion in the year-ago quarter. Analysts had projected earnings of 64 cents a share on $4.29 billion in revenue. Jabil said profit was $101.3 million, or 48 cents a share, compared with $104.7 million, or 47 cents a share, in the year-earlier period.
During the day session, U.S. stocks surged to five-week highs as the Federal Reserve began considering options that could lead to further efforts aimed at stimulating the economy. Read more in Market Snapshot.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA +0.75% finished up 96 points, or 0.8%, to 12,837.33. The S&P 500 Index SPX +0.98% rose 1% to 1,357.98 and the Nasdaq Composite COMP +1.19% picked up 1.2% to 2,929.76.
Carla Mozee is a reporter for MarketWatch, based in Los Angeles.
By ANDREW POLLACK
If the tests gain legal acceptance, some lawyers say, women and state governments might one day pursue child support payments without having to wait until the birth..
Stocks traded higher in the United States, in part on increased hopes for central bank stimulus measures ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting.
By MARK SCOTT
The American drug store chain Walgreens has agreed to buy a 45 percent stake in Alliance Boots, the European pharmacy retailer, for $6.7 billion.
U.S. stock indexes end at five-week highs NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stock indexes on Tuesday finished at five-week highs, with equities rising on thinking the Federal Reserve would make further moves to stimulate the economy. "It does seem like it's more out of hope for something that is coming than hard fact," said Bruce McCain, chief investment strategist at Key Private Bank, of expectations ahead of Wednesday's conclusion of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 95.51 points, or 0.8%, to 12,837.33. The S&P 500 Index climbed 13.20 points, or 1%, to 1,357.98. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 34.43 points, or 1.2%, to 2,929.76.
B. of A., Citigroup rise on Fed meeting U.S. financial stocks close higher, led by strong bank gains, as investors are optimistic about Federal Reserve officials discussing ways to stimulate the economy.
Tech stocks rise behind Oracle, Microsoft gains Software giants get big lift following business-software company’s strong results and the release of Microsoft’s Surface tablet.
Adobe shares fall on disappointing outlook SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - Adobe Systems on Tuesday reported a fiscal second-quarter profit of $223.9 million, or 45 cents a share, compared with a profit of $229.4 million, or 45 cents a share, for the year-earlier period. Revenue was $1.12 billion, up from $1.02 billion. Adjusted profit was 60 cents a share. Analysts were expecting the software company to report 59 cents a share, on revenue of $1.11 billion, according to a consensus survey by FactSet Research. For the current quarter, the company said it expects revenue in the range of $1.075 billion to $1.125 billion, and adjusted profit in the range of 56 cents to 61 cents a share. Analysts were expecting a profit of 61 cents a share, on revenue of $1.134 billion, according to FactSet Research. Adobe shares fell more than 3% in after-hours trading.
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