Business Analysts

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    Under Armour used the pandemic to make long-lasting improvements to the business, analysts say

    Under Armour Inc. has used the tumultuous time during the COVID-19 pandemic to make long-term improvements to the business, BMO Capital Markets analysts say, driving an upgrade of the stock to outperform from market perform. BMO raised its price target by $2 to $25. BMO analysts led by Simeon Siegel note improved gross margins, with more growth possible. The athletic company has also found operational efficiencies after a period in which there was a “grow-at-all-costs mind-set.” And Under Armour UAA, +1.40% has been socking away cash, which could lead to stock repurchases and earnings per share growth. “We are upgrading  

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    How much do grads with a business analytics degree make?

    BY Sydney LakeJanuary 20, 2022, 2:03 PM Newly renovated entrance and escalators to Penn Station, as seen in September 2021. (Photo by: Lindsey Nicholson—UCG/Universal Images Group/Getty Images) During the past several years, the demand for business analysts has grown—and there’s seemingly no end in sight. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that during the next decade, the number of business analyst jobs will grow about 14%, almost twice as fast as the average for all roles. With such high demand and job growth comes high starting salaries. Business analysts with just a bachelor’s degree earn about $70,000 as  

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    What to Look Out for

    The market expects Business First (BFST) to deliver a year-over-year decline in earnings on lower revenues when it reports results for the quarter ended December 2021. This widely-known consensus outlook is important in assessing the company’s earnings picture, but a powerful factor that might influence its near-term stock price is how the actual results compare to these estimates. The stock might move higher if these key numbers top expectations in the upcoming earnings report. On the other hand, if they miss, the stock may move lower. While management’s discussion of business conditions on the earnings call will mostly determine the  

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    Analysis: Citi’s Banamex unit could receive bids from Mexico moguls, global banks

    A logo of Citibanamex is pictured in Mexico City, Mexico, February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MEXICO CITY, Jan 12 (Reuters) – After Citigroup Inc (C.N) on Tuesday announced plans to sell its Mexican consumer banking business, analysts said homegrown billionaires such as Carlos Slim and Ricardo Salinas Pliego were among front-runners to buy the Citibanamex assets. read more With the finance ministry saying it is watching the sale at Citibanamex, Mexico’s No. 3 consumer bank, for signs of undue market concentration, the most established players in the country appear to be  

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    Citi to exit Mexican consumer business as part of strategy revamp

    A Citibank sign is seen outside of a bank outlet in New York March 4, 2009. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NEW YORK, Jan 11 (Reuters) – Citigroup Inc (C.N) will exit its Citibanamex consumer banking business in Mexico, the bank said on Tuesday ending its 20-year retail presence in the country that was the last of its overseas consumer businesses. Citigroup’s decision to sell or spin off Citibanamex, Mexico’s third biggest bank by assets as of June, is part of chief executive Jane Fraser’s strategy to bring Citigroup’s profitability and share price  

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    Macro data, quarterly earnings to guide equity market this week: Analysts

    A host of macreconomic data announcements lined up during the week along with quarterly earnings from IT majors, including Infosys and TCS, are likely to dictate trends in the equity market, which kicked off the year 2022 on a strong footing, said analysts. Meanwhile, market participants would keep a close watch on various developments and news around the rising Covid cases both at the global and domestic front, they added. “IT majors like Infosys, TCS, Wipro, HCL Tech and Mindtree would announce their numbers. Besides, banking heavyweight HDFC  

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    Higher Business Analyst | Norfolk Constabulary

    OCC, Wymondham Full (37 Hours) –  Permanent £33,618 – £38,376 per annum Friday 28 January 2022 at 5pm Please quote Ref: L2217 on application form   SBOS consists of circa 100 people and is spread across 2 core units. Its main purpose is to support both Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies on services and products for today, tomorrow and the future. This is achieved through strong risk, project and programme management, excellent analysis and appropriate research and insight. We help the constabularies focus on what’s important, make the right decisions and embrace and embed effective business and process change. The department consists  

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    Digi International, slowly transforming business model, increased share value 25% in 2021

    Digi International has slowly transformed under CEO Ron Konezny into a company that not only makes internet of things devices for companies but also the software to manage the systems in factories, agriculture and telecommunications. The result has been markedly improved operating and stock-price performance in recent years. “We needed to transform into a company that embraces its hardware experience but adds more value through software, helping customers,” said Konezny, who has led the 36-year-old company since 2015. “And we enjoy more recurring revenue. We want to be known as a service provider that also [is] an equipment manufacturer. That’s  

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