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Newcastle Investment Corp. (NCT)

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  • Nov. 7, 2014, 5:35 PM
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  • Nov. 7, 2014, 9:47 AM
    • Following the completion of its spinoff from Newcastle Investment (NYSE:NCT), New Senior (NYSE:SNR) is up 1.2% to $19.54 from its close last night (in when-issued trading).
    • Newcastle is at $4.23 in early action, down $19.30 from its close last night, so NCT owners (who received one share of SNR for each share of NCT) - for the moment - are ahead on the session.
    • Previously: Newcastle makes case for higher valuation amid spinoff
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  • Oct. 23, 2014, 12:45 PM
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  • Sep. 17, 2014, 4:38 PM
    • Its stock ahead nearly 60% since being spun off of Newcastle Investment (NYSE:NCT) earlier this year, and on the hunt for acquisitions, New Media (NYSE:NEWM) will sell 6.5M shares in a secondary offering, with an underwriter greenshoe of another 975K shares.
    • Assuming the exercise of the underwriter option, about 25% will be added to the float.
    • Source: Press Release
    • The stock's lower by 4.5% AH.
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  • Aug. 13, 2014, 10:57 AM
    • Newcastle Investment (NCT -2.3%) sold 40M shares for gross proceeds of about $176M, suggesting a price of about $4.40 per share. The stock's last trade was for $4.38.
    • The most recently reported GAAP book value per share was $2.08 as of June 30.
    • Press release
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  • Aug. 12, 2014, 4:16 PM
    • The underwriter greenshoe is for 6M shares (subject to the coming 1:3 reverse split). The proceeds will be used to add to Newcastle's senior housing holdings.
    • Source: Press Release
    • NCT -4.2% AH
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  • Jun. 16, 2014, 9:15 AM
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  • Jun. 16, 2014, 8:55 AM
    • It's another business separation for Newcastle Investment (NCT), which announces the spinoff of its senior housing business, New Senior Investment Group (SNR).
    • A conference call to discuss is set for 4:30 ET.
    • Source: Press Release
    • Shares +6.3% premarket
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  • May 2, 2014, 10:52 AM
    • Newcastle Investment (NCT -2.1%) is lower post-earnings, maybe as investors mull the company being one of the country's 5 largest owners and operators of golf courses in what wasn't a great winter and isn't yet shaping up to be a very good spring.
    • Newcastle's hope for a 22% yield from these properties is more "aspirational" at this time, admits management on the earnings call. As with senior housing, the Newcastle team is excited by the opportunity offered by a highly fragmented, "mom & pop" ownership-dominated industry that looks like it may be beginning to recover from a period of distress.
    • Previously: Newcastle Investment beats by $0.01
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  • Feb. 28, 2014, 1:23 PM
    • Newcastle Investment (NCT -0.2%) $0.08 core EPS missed estimates by a penny, but Chairman Wes Edens - speaking on the earnings call (transcript) - quickly reminds the company's $150M of un-invested capital during Q4 (combined with some accounting surrounding Gatehouse debt) cost Newcastle about $0.04.
    • Is another spinoff on the way? Given Newcastle's continued high yield compared to the rest of the senior housing sector, spinning off senior housing "is now a very serious topic for us and our Board to consider."
    • Separating senior housing, however, would mean it no longer had access to the cheap capital being thrown off by Newcastle's CDO business. Why give that up, asks Credit Suisse's Doug Harter. "I think that given the dimensions of the business that we have now constructed on the senior side, I do think it’s viable as a standalone enterprise," responds Eden. "I think that giving it its own standalone vitality [will] result in a significant amount of shareholder appreciation and that’s why we are considering it in the first place."
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  • Feb. 14, 2014, 12:45 PM
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  • Feb. 14, 2014, 9:13 AM
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  • Feb. 10, 2014, 3:33 PM
    • In addition to a bit of excitement around New Residential this afternoon, another Newcastle Investment (NCT +1.2%) spinoff, New Media (NEWM) began when-issued trading last week at $11 per share and is up to $14.05. The actual spinoff date is February 13.
    • To review: Newcastle owners get 0.07219 shares of New Media for each share of Newcastle they own.
    • New Media S-1
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  • Feb. 10, 2014, 3:18 PM
    • New Residential (NRZ +0.3%) quickly eliminates a loss on the session and turns higher as Lee Cooperman discloses a 6% stake in the Newcastle Investment (NCT +1.2%) spinoff.
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  • Nov. 19, 2013, 9:21 AM
    • Pricing its 50.5M share secondary for gross proceeds of about $264.9M, Newcastle (NCT) investment announces the purchase of a 52-property senior housing portfolio from Holiday Acquisition for roughly $1.01B. Newcastle will put up about $300M and fund the rest through a non-recourse mortgage.
    • The portfolio has 5,885 units located across 24 states. It's 100% private pay with occupancy rate of 91%. Leases with affiliates of Holiday will have first-year rent equal to 6.5% of the purchase price.
    • Upon closing of this and other committed deals, Newcastle will have invested about $600M of equity in senior housing assets.
    • Press release - secondary
    • Press release - purchase
    • Shares -0.9% premarket after falling nearly 5% upon the offering announcement last night.
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  • Nov. 18, 2013, 4:22 PM
    • Newcastle Investment (NCT) announces a 50M share secondary offering with the underwriters granted a greenshoe option of 7.5M shares. If the option is taken up, the issuance will add about 20% to the float.
    • A portion of the proceeds will be used to fund the purchase of a portfolio of senior housing properties from Holiday Retirement.
    • NCT -4.6% AH to $5.16.
    • Press release.
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Company Description
Newcastle Investment Corporation is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that focuses on opportunistically investing in, and actively managing, a variety of real estate related and other investments.
Sector: Financial
Country: United States