Vestas Rises After Hsbc, Jyske Bank Raise Price Targetts

Funding terrorism: Illegal cash flows may be aiding terrorists





Given the strong order flow and prudent cash management, we expect management to guide strongly for 2014 when Vestas publishes annual results on Feb. 4, HSBCs Sean McLoughlin in London and Christian Rath in Dusseldorf said a note today. Vestas stands to benefit from order strength in the U.S. It jumped as much as 8.9 percent to the highest since April 2011 and was up 5.5 percent at 196.4 kroner by 12:54 p.m. in Copenhagen. Vestas last year rose fivefold as the unprofitable producer cut thousands of jobs and sold factories in a two-year turnaround program that ended in December.





Why Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. (JOSB) Is Up Today





NEW YORK ( TheStreet ) -- Jos. A. Bank Clothiers ( JOSB )moved upward 4.7% in midday trading on Monday to $56.97 a share in the face of an offer from Men's Wearhouse ( MW )to buy all outstanding shares of the company. Men's Wearhouse announced that it has initiated a cash tender offer to purchase all outstanding shares of Jos. A.









These companies in collusion with some bankers have been transferring huge amounts to unnamed bank accounts in Quetta and Peshawar. The FIA has recently found evidence of transfer of billions of rupees to the two cities in the last few months. According to sources, the FIA made these discoveries during its investigations into the multibillion rupee Trade Development Authority Pakistan (TDAP) scam. Ironically, the Financial Monitoring Unit (FMU) and other institutions, whose task is to curb the illegal business of hundi and hawala, are completely unaware of these dubious transactions, made right under their nose.