TriStar Summit files to build $11M ER in Mt. Juliet

If approved, project would be system's fourth free-standing facility
Sep 1, 2015 1:00 PM

NHI buys two senior living communities for $12.7M

National Health Investors has acquired two senior living communities for a total purchase price of $12.7 million.

The two communities in Oregon and Michigan were acquired through separate transactions and expand the NHI-Chancellor Health Care partnership to five communities. The deal also establishes a new partnership for the Murfreesboro company with The Brook Retirement Communities.

Golden Age Senior Living in Portland, Oregon is a 40-bed memory care facility. The community will be leased to Chancellor Health Care for 15 years. The Brook of Roscommon in Roscommon, Michigan is a 42-unit independent and assisted living community that will be leased to The Brook Retirement Communities.

“We are very happy to be expanding our relationship with Chancellor Health Care with the acquisition of Golden Age, and to add a new partner, The Brook Retirement Communities. These acquisitions are representative of our desire to continue our practice of partnering with strong regional operators,” Eric Mendelsohn, NHI’s President and CEO, said in a release.

Sep 1, 2015 10:05 AM

Spurred by China shipment news, Noranda soars

Big shipment first overseas for refinery, first in a series
Aug 31, 2015 2:50 PM
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CCA buys four properties

Prison manager makes first real-estate-only deal
Aug 31, 2015 12:51 PM

Dollar General still attractive, says UBS analyst

Following Dollar General's second-quarter earnings report, UBS' Michael Lasser has taken a sanguine tone that is similar to that of a number of other analysts. In reiterating his 'buy' rating and $85 target for Dollar General (Ticker: DG), Lasser says CEO Todd Vasos and his team still have a number of ways to hit their profit growth goals.

From here, even if the company's algorithm rests on a longer-term comp that hovers around the 3% range, we think it can still produce mid-teens EPS growth with optionality to the upside. We would use the pullback as an opportunity.

Aug 31, 2015 11:38 AM

Nashville Area ETF grows by 100K shares

Second birthday month brings two creation unit buys
Aug 31, 2015 7:21 AM
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Analysts: Buy the Dollar General dip

A number of analysts have tweaked their price targets for shares of Dollar General following the company’s second-quarter profit report, which investors met with a good bit of antipathy. Most of the Street moves so far have been positive, though: Scott Ciccarelli at RBC Capital has taken his target to $88 from $86 — Dollar General (Ticker: DG) is changing hands this morning around $74 — and Matt Boss at JPMorgan Chase is even more upbeat, having taken his target to $90 from $87.

Paul Trussell at Deutsche Bank is a little less upbeat — even though he is keeping his ‘buy’ rating — and has tweaked his target to $84 from $85. And Meredith Adler at Barclays is even less optimistic. She has an ‘equal weight’ rafting on Dollar General and, with a $76 target (up from $74), still sees the stock going nowhere for a while.

Aug 28, 2015 10:34 AM

Symmetry Surgical buying clips, appliers business

North Carolina company's operations, distribution will move to Antioch HQ
Aug 28, 2015 7:11 AM

New Dollar General execs get options grants worth nearly $7M

Both merch, operations chiefs on second stint with retail giant
Aug 28, 2015 7:08 AM

Dollar General sales outlook disappoints investors

Retailer gives up ground on up day for markets
Aug 27, 2015 1:53 PM