Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc
Point72 Asset Management opens new position in Pier 1 Imports
E-commerce represented approximately 1% of total sales in fiscal 2013, 4% in fiscal year 2014, 9% in the first quarter of fiscal 2015, and 9.7% in the second quarter of fiscal 2015.
Point72 Asset Management raises stake in Lumber Liquidators
The company “saw improvement in net sales trends over the course of the quarter as inventory levels recovered and the fall flooring season began.” But the shares are down 49% in the year to date.
Point72 Asset Management takes position in CymaBay Therapeutics
CymaBay Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company formerly known as Metabolex. It develops therapies to treat metabolic and rare diseases with high unmet need.
Point72 Asset Management adds position in Applied Genetic Tech
Using the company’s partnerships and experience in ophthalmology, it plans to expand into a disease indication with a larger market. The company says it expects to place a new product candidate for this large market opportunity into development some time in 2015.
Point72 Asset Management ups position in Kindred Healthcare
The new company will be the largest and most geographically diversified home-health and hospice organization in the United States. It’s expected to generate pro forma annual revenues of approximately $7.1 billion.
Point72 Asset Management adds to position in Kraton Polymers
Kraton is a leading global producer of engineered polymers and one of the world’s largest producers of styrenic block copolymers. The company reported sales revenue of $323.8 million in the second quarter.
Point72 Asset Management increases position in AMC Entertainment
The additional capital will support AMC’s strategic focus on more guest comfort and convenience, enhanced food and beverage, and premium sight and sound.
Point72 Asset Management raises position in Insmed
“If approved for NTM patients, we believe Arikayce would be the first and only approved inhaled antibiotic for the treatment of NTM lung infections.” – Insmed