He's a buyer. BGC Partners : While Cramer didn't outright make a call on this stock, he noted the company is levered to brokerage, which is a tough business to be in when few are investing in the stock market. Brocade Communications …
BGC Partners Inc., a London and New York-based broker serving the financial and real estate markets, announced it has completed the acquisition of Besso Insurance Group Ltd ... satisfied by a mix of cash and BGC stock, to be paid in …
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“The core business itself is slowing down,” Colin Gillis, an analyst at BGC Partners, told Bloomberg News. The report …
3. BGC Partners Inc. (Nasdaq: BGCP) Yield: 10% Finally, consider BGC Partners Inc. -- an $839 million investment bank and broker with a stock sporting a solid dividend yield of 10%. This dividend has been increasing on a regular basis …
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"Everyone, including myself, pounded the table on the Intel trade," said BGC Partners analyst Colin Gillis. "And it just didn't happen." The stock is down 18 percent in the last 12 months, compared to a 16 percent gain in the Nasdaq.
BGC Partners announced late Monday ... by acquiring the California based company Grubb & Ellis. After its share price fell below $1 last year, Grubb & Ellis faced being delisted from the New York Stock Exchange and questions persisted …
Howard Lutnick's BGC Partners Inc. (NASDAQ: BGCP ... was responsible for $13.2 million in revenue in the first three quarters of 2011. Grubb's stock fell 67 percent mid-Tuesday to 2.3 cents per share. The HTC U11 Life, which is also …
Did you buy a Kindle this year? And while BGC Partners tech analyst Colin Gillis is hopeful Amazon will turn a profit, he's keeping a "hold" rating on the stock and says he prefers eBay (EBAY). StockTwits traders weighed in with their own …