The take rate of Sprint’s (S) leasing plans continued to surpass its installment plans in fiscal 3Q16. Its take rate of leasing plans reached ~43.0% that quarter.
While Sprint (S) appears to be making progress on the postpaid side, it’s losing more subscribers than the company is gaining on the postpaid side.
An increase in churn rate is negative for telecom companies because they have to deal with additional acquisition costs associated with customers.
After the sale, Transocean will be a pure-play floater company. Transocean now has 41 high-specification floaters—one of the biggest floater fleets around.
After the news of the sale of Transocean’s (RIG) jack-up fleet broke on March 20, RIG stock closed at $12.22—2% lower than the previous day’s closing price.
In this part of the series, we’ll look at the worst OFS stocks by expected earnings growth in 1Q17.
In this part of the series, we’ll look at the expectations for 1Q17 earnings of the best OFS stocks in the market.
Among our group of OFS companies, analysts expect Halliburton (HAL) to see the highest rise in adjusted EPS in 1Q17.
Wall Street analysts expect Oil States International (OIS) to see the steepest fall in adjusted EPS in our set of OFS companies.
Among our OFS companies, analysts expect Flotek Industries (FTK) to have the steepest fall in adjusted EBITDA in 1Q17.
Weatherford International (WFT) is expected to witness a 2.1% fall in revenue in 1Q17 compared to 4Q16.
Wall Street analysts expect Fairmount Santrol (FMSA) to see the highest EBITDA growth in 1Q17 compared to 4Q16 in our group of select OFS companies.
Wall Street analysts expect Fairmount Santrol Holdings (FMSA), a relatively small OFS provider, to see the highest 1Q17 revenue growth in our group.
Coeur Mining and its closest peers are currently trading below their 20-day and 50-day moving averages.
Coeur Mining (CDE) is trading at a forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple of 5.3x. That’s the lowest among its peer group (SIL).
Wall Street analysts covering Coeur Mining (CDE) are projecting sales of $768.6 million for 2017. That implies a 15.4% rise in revenue YoY.
Coeur Mining’s (CDE) management is focused on generating significant FCF. In 4Q16, FCF was -$4.5 million after having positive FCF in the first two quarters.
Coeur Mining (CDE) ended 2016 with an outstanding debt of $210.9 million. That’s 57.0% less than at the end of 2015.
Coeur Mining (CDE) has traditionally been a high-cost producer, thus suffering huge losses. Investor confidence in the stock has eroded.
Coeur Mining stated in its reserves and resources statement that its near-mine exploration targets have started to pay off.