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This Canadian cinema operator has built a fantastic track record, rooted in its 77% market share and its control of about 95% of the on-screen ad market. It also generates the highest cash-per-patron figures in the industry, explains David Dittman, editor of Canadian Edge. Cineplex, Inc. (TSX:CGX) (OP:CPXGF) has added new revenue streams to complement its strong core movie theater operation. Its Digital Networks unit announced a deal with North American coffee-and-donuts powerhouse Tim Hortons to launch TimsTV, which will be one of the largest digital programming networks in the Canadian restaurant and retail sectors. Cineplex Media will sell advertising for TimsTV, opening a new channel in one of Canada’s top retail destinations. It’s yet another way that Cineplex is leveraging cutting-edge digital technology to generate revenue. Cineplex has also acquired a 50% stake in YoYo’s YogurtCafe, a London, Ontario-based self-serve frozen yogurt chain with stores throughout the province. Top … Continue reading

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Stocks opened higher Tuesday on encouraging earnings reports from Coca-Cola and Johnson & Johnson. The gains give hope that Monday’s rally wasn’t a one-day fluke and will put an end to last week’s massive sell-off that hit once high-flying tech and biotech stocks particularly hard. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 0.5% to 16,260 and the Standard & Poor’s 500 index gained 0.6% to 1,842. The Nasdaq composite index rose 0.6% to 4,045. NEW: USA TODAY’s live markets blog Johnson & Johnson reported that first-quarter profit rose 8% on rising prescription drug sales and lower costs. The results beat Wall Street expectations and the drug maker raised its earnings outlook. Shares rose 1.6% in early trading. Coca-Cola’s first-quarter earnings and revenue fell but profit met expectations and revenue came in better-than-expected. Coca-Cola shares jumped 3%. Hot Biotech Stocks To Watch For 2015: Dendreon Corporation(DNDN) Dendreon Corporation, a biotechnology company, … Continue reading

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April 25 (Bloomberg) –Japanese shares rose, with the Nikkei 225 (NKY) Stock Average advancing for a second day to its highest since 2008, before a Bank of Japan (8301) meeting. Canon Inc. (7751) and Nintendo Co. fell on disappointing earnings. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc., Japans biggest lender, advanced 2.2 percent. Nippon Electric Glass Co. jumped 7.1 percent after industry bellwether Corning Inc. forecast growth for a product used in smartphones. Canon tumbled the most on the Nikkei 225 after projecting net income lower than analyst estimates on slumping demand for compact cameras. Nintendo lost 5.9 percent after the worlds biggest maker of video-game consoles posted profit that missed analyst estimates. The Nikkei 225 gained 0.6 percent to close at 13,926.08 in Tokyo. Volume on the measure was about 15 percent above than the 30-day average. The Topix Index (TPX) rose 0.7 percent to 1,172.78, with twice the number of … Continue reading

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BALTIMORE (Stockpickr) –Put down the 10-K filings and the stock screeners. It’s time to take a break from the traditional methods of generating investment ideas. Instead, let the crowd do it for you. >>5 Stocks Set to Soar on Bullish Earnings From hedge funds to individual investors, scores of market participants are turning to social media to figure out which stocks are worth watching. It’s a concept that’s known as “crowdsourcing,” and it uses the masses to identify emerging trends in the market. Crowdsourcing has long been a popular tool for the advertising industry, but it also makes a lot of sense as an investment tool. After all, the market is completely driven by the supply and demand, so it can be valuable to see what names are trending among the crowd. While some fund managers are already trying to leverage social media resources like Twitter to find algorithmic trading … Continue reading

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Gregory James Van Raalte/Shutterstock The mumbo-jumbo used in the stock market can stop many potential investors in their tracks. So is deciphering the lingo so you make smarter investment decisions. Today, we’ll start with three basic terms that define the investment strategy of many mutual funds: large cap, mid cap and small cap. “Cap” is short for capitalization and basically describes the size of the company in terms of its stock market value. Market cap is determined by multiplying the number of shares of stock a company has issued by the stock price. That means a company’s market cap can fluctuate, but those daily moves don’t usually change its place in these three categories. A Capital Idea Apple (AAPL), Exxon Mobil (XOM) and General Electric (GE) are three of the biggest companies in the world. Apple, the world’s largest company, has a market cap of approximately $570 billion. Such giant … Continue reading