U.S. Stock Futures Pare Losses After Jobs Data -2-
02/14/2013| 09:26am US/Eastern
Kinross Gold Corp.'s (KGC, K.T) fourth-quarter loss widened as the Toronto-based gold miner booked a heavy impairment charge, masking a jump in revenue.
Liberty Global Inc.'s (LBTYA, LBTYB) fourth-quarter loss narrowed as the international cable operator was helped by its expansion in Europe.
LyondellBasell Industries N.V. (>> LyondellBasell Industries NV) said shareholders that are affiliated with Apollo Management Holdings L.P. are offering 25 million shares. The plastics and chemicals company had about 575.3 million shares outstanding as of Feb. 8.
MetLife Inc.'s (>> Metlife Inc) fourth-quarter net income fell 87% to $127 million as the company recorded substantial losses tied to its derivative portfolio, but operating results exceeded the guidance the company gave to investors two months ago.
NetApp Inc.'s (>> NetApp Inc.) fiscal third-quarter earnings jumped 32% as the data-storage firm's smaller software and services segments made up for a slight decline in product sales.
Nielsen Holdings N.V. (>> Nielsen Hldg NV) said certain shareholders have launched an offering of 35 million shares. The information and measurement company had about 362.7 million shares outstanding as of Dec. 31.
Nvidia Corp.'s (>> NVIDIA Corporation) fiscal fourth-quarter profit jumped a bigger-than-expected 50% as the company reported stronger sales of chips for mobile devices.
Prudential Financial Inc. (>> Prudential Financial Inc) has promoted Robert Falzon to Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, succeeding the retiring Rich Carbone, effective March 4.
Taubman Centers Inc.'s (>> Taubman Centers, Inc.) fourth-quarter earnings slipped 81% as an accounting gain from debt extinguishment boosted the luxury-mall owner's year-ago results, though rents and tenant occupancy continued to improve in the latest period.
Universal Forest Products Inc.'s (>> Universal Forest Products, Inc.) fourth-quarter loss widened as the wood-products and construction materials company recorded higher input costs, masking improved sales across its segments.
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