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Saturday, November 28, 2015


Traders see limit to Macy's drop

Fri 9:42 AM CT
The department-store icon gapped down from $47 on Nov. 11 after a bearish quarterly report that took down much of the retail sector.
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Bulls hungry for more in Tyson

Fri 6:45 AM CT

Option traders have doubled their money in the poultry producer and are looking for even more gains by next spring.


CenterPoint given time to rally

Fri 6:14 AM CT

The utility company fell sharply on Nov. 6 after missing revenue expectations for the third consecutive quarter and is down 9 percent in the last month.


Hilton draws bearish positions

Fri 5:47 AM CT

The market-lagging hotel operator has lost more than one-fifth of its value since the spring, and puts outnumbered calls by a wide margin on Wednesday.


Put sale sees floor in Comcast

Fri 5:16 AM CT

A trader apparently believes that downside potential will be limited in the cable giant, which reported mixed quarterly results in October.


Further gains for Constellium?

Fri 4:45 AM CT

The Netherlands-based aluminum company has seen its share price double in the last month, and traders are betting that it will keep running for the next three weeks.


Bears book tickets on Carnival

Fri 4:14 AM CT

The cruise-ship operator is trying to hold key support, but some investors aren't taking any chances and are buying puts.


Puts targeting Royal Caribbean

Fri 3:47 AM CT

Traders are protecting against a pullback through early next year for the cruise-line operator, which is down 7 percent in the last month.

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