New Waste Connections, Inc.NYSE
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Tue, Aug. 9, 3:59 PM
- US Ecology (ECOL -5.3%) is downgraded to Underweight from Equal Weight with a $40 price target, cut from $48, at Barclays, which says municipal solid waste names are relatively expensive on historical measures at 22x estimated 2017 adjusted P/E.
- Barclays believes the municipal solid waste space is benefiting from strong industry fundamentals and investors' hunt for reliable yield, and continues to recommend new top pick Waste Connections (WCN +1.2%), Waste Management (WM +0.3%) and Republic Services (RSG +0.3%).
- But the firm says it is incrementally more cautious on specialty waste names such as ECOL and Clean Harbors (CLH -0.6%), given downside risk to H2 earnings due to project delays.
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Mon, Jun. 13, 10:43 AM
- New Waste Connections (WCN -1.7%) heads lower after TD Securities downgraded the stock to Hold from Buy citing valuation.
- The firm maintains a $78 price target on shares.
Mon, Jun. 6, 8:21 AM
- New Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN) has been initiated with an Outperform rating and $82 price target at RBC Capital.
- Analyst Derek Spronck said the company is well positioned to deliver best-in-class EBITDA growth, free cash flow generation following its merger with Progressive Waste, and sees potential for further acquisitions, dividends and buybacks.
Thu, Jun. 2, 10:45 AM
Wed, Jun. 1, 8:48 AM
- The merger between Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN) and Progressive Waste Solutions (NYSE:BIN) is expected to close today, upon which Waste Connections' common stock will cease trading on the NYSE under the symbol "WCN" and shares of Progressive will cease trading under the ticker "BIN."
- Common shares of New Waste Connections will then commence trading under the symbol "WCN."
Wed, Apr. 27, 4:45 PM
- Progressive Waste Solutions (NYSE:BIN): Q1 EPS of $0.25 beats by $0.05.
- Revenue of $471.44M (+2.4% Y/Y) beats by $10.58M.
Wed, Apr. 27, 4:17 PM
- Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN): Q1 EPS of $0.45 misses by $0.01.
- Revenue of $514.7M (+1.7% Y/Y) in-line.
Tue, Apr. 26, 5:35 PM
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Tue, Apr. 5, 2:50 PM
- The Treasury Department yesterday evening put its foot down on tax inversions, all but putting an end to the Pfizer/Allergan deal, with Allergan now lower by 15% on the session.
- Other prospective inversion candidates are mulling the news. Among them:
- Johnson Controls (JCI -2%), Tyco (TYC -2.6%), Progressive Waste (BIN -5%), Waste Connections (WCN -4.2%), IHS (IHS -2%), Markit (MRKT -2.4%), Baxalta (BXLT -6.4%), Shire (SHPG -2.9%)
- Now read: Progressive Waste Solutions Merger With Waste Connections Creates Significant Value And Scale
Tue, Apr. 5, 11:49 AM
- Waste Connections (WCN -6.3%) and Progressive Waste (BIN -9.2%) are trading sharply lower following new inversion rules put out yesterday by the U.S. Treasury Department.
- Texas-based WCN and Canada's BIN announced a merger on Jan. 19 and previously said the deal would close in Q2.
- Update: WCN and BIN reiterate their commitment to a merger, and say they see the proposed inversion regulations having an impact of less than 3% of the combined company's expected first-year adjusted free cash flow of more than $625M.
- Now read Allergan: U.S. Treasury busts the Pfizer inversion