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Six Stocks That Could Go To Zero (CHTR)(JRC)(AMD)(XMSR)

In the current credit environment, there are several fairly big companies that could get in enough trouble that it would wipe out the common shareholders. The ones in the financial ...
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The 52-Week Low Club (WB)(CFC)(WM)(TWX)(GM)

GENESCO (GCO) Broken buy-out. Down to $29.04 from 52-week high of $54.15.Unisys (UIS) No new news. Old line computer maker working on transformation to services. Down to $5.13 from 52-week ...
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Gannett’s (GCI) USA Today Cuts Edit Staff As Newspaper Stocks Hit Lows

Gannett (GCI) is the largest newspaper chain in the US and its prized property, USA Today, is the largest paper by total circulation. It is a bad sign then that ...
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Gatehouse (GHS) Could Fall Much Further

Newspaper chain Gatehouse (GHS) has been down as much as 15% today on poor earnings and a downgrade from "buy" to "neutral" at Goldman Sachs (GS). And, this may just ...
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The 52-Week Low Club

Bankatlantic (BBX) Real estate loans lead to loss. Falls to $4.05 from 52-week high of $14.Moneygram (MGI) Two recent analyst downgrades. Drops to $14.42 from 52-week high of $35.18.Journal Register ...
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24/7 Wall St.’s Take on Scripps & Media Break-Ups (SSP, BLC, TRB, JRC)

EW Scripps Co. (NYSE:SSP) is following the media trend of separating its operations into more pure play media sectors.  The good news here is that the valuable interactive unit will ...
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Newspaper Stocks Lanquish Ahead Of September Numbers

Major newspaper groups will report their September revenues within the next several days. The market does not seem to be anticipating much in terms of good news.The New York Times ...
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Life Gets Harder At Newspaper Companies (JRC)(MNI)

Sisyphus kept moving that rock up the hill and it kept coming back at him. Newspaper executives must feel that way. John Morton, a long-time analyst of the industry made ...
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Will McClatchy (MNI) Miss Debt Payments?

Just a year ago, it would have been unthinkable that a major newspaper chain could miss its debt payments, But, that has now become a possibility at two of the ...
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What Would Recession Do To Already Weak Ad Market?

GM (GM) cut advertising 28% in the first half of the year. The FT writes that Nielsen Monitor reports "overall spending in the first half of the year fell by ...
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Companies That Management Can’t Fix: Journal Register

Now that results for the first half of the year are out, 24/7 Wall St. is revisiting its feature on companies that management cannot fix. These firms have lost the ...
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Gannett (GCI) Jacks Up Its Dividend

If a company has to operate in a declining business, it might as well make it worthwhile to shareholders. Gannett (GCI) increased its dividend 29% today, to $.40 per quarter.Gannett ...
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The Tribune’s (TRB) Default Risk: The Future Of Newspapers

Some newspaper companies simply have too much debt now. Journal Register (JRC) is an example. And, The Tribune Company (TRB) may be joining the list.Accoding to Bloomberg, trading in credit-default ...
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Could Journal Register (JRC) Miss Its Debt Service?

Journal Register (JRC) announced its Q2 earnings today. They were ugly and Wall St. punished the company by pushing it to a 52-week low of $3.68. The company missed consensus ...
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The 52-Week Low Club

Beazer Homes (BZH) No surprise here. Down to $22.50 from 52-week high of $48.60.KB Home (KBH) Down to $37.44 from 52-week high of $56.08.Journal Register (JRC) Another victim of newspaper ...
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