On Wednesday, April 3, executives and guests of Houston, Texas-based PROS Holdings, Inc. will visit the New York Stock Exchange.
To mark the occasion, Andres Reiner, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, PROS Holdings will ring the NYSE Opening Bell.
About PROS Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: PRO)
PROS Holdings, Inc. (PRO) is a big data software company that helps customers outperform in their markets by using big data to sell more effectively. We apply 27 years of data science experience to unlock buying patterns and preferences within transaction data to reveal which opportunities are most likely to close, which offers are most likely to sell and which prices are most likely to win. PROS offers big data applications to optimize sales, pricing, quoting, rebates and revenue...
Stocks ended lower today as weak growth in U.S. private sector jobs dampened investors’ optimism and is now a source of concern that the economic recovery is losing steam.
The ADP Employment Report showed that private payrolls increased a mere 158,000 in March which is much lower than February’s (revised) number of 237,000. The cause of the slump is the diminishing demand for construction jobs.
The ISM Non-Manufacturing Index fell to 54.4 which is the slowest monthly growth since July 2012. The report indicates that employment is the main source of the downturn.
Home loan applications fell 4% due to a decline in refinancing.
Philip Morris International, Inc. (NYSE/NYSE Euronext Paris: PM) will visit the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, April 3 to commemorate the company's fifth anniversary of listing as a public company since its 2008 spin-off from Altria Group, Inc. Chief Financial Officer Jacek Olczak, along with members of Philip Morris International's management, will ring the NYSE Closing Bell®.
Philip Morris International Inc.
Philip Morris International, Inc. (PMI) is the leading international tobacco company, with seven of the world's top 15 international brands, including Marlboro, the number one cigarette brand worldwide. PMI's products are sold in more than 180 markets. In 2012, the company held an estimated 16.3% share of the total international cigarette market outside of the U.S., or 28.8% excluding the...
From The Trading Desk: Stocks are trading in negative territory this morning after the indexes hit new records yesterday, as the ADP Employment report symbolic of private payrolls trailed analysts estimates
Private companies boosted employment by 158,000 workers in March which was lower than the consensus figure of 200,000.
Mortgage applications in the U.S. declined by -4.0% last week as fewer Americans refinanced.
The Institute for Supply Management's Index of U.S. Non-Manufacturing businesses, which covers almost 90% of the economy, fell to 54.4 in March from 56 the prior month
Domestic vehicle sales ticked up slightly to 12 million from 11.99 million, but missed estimates for a slightly larger rise to 12.04 million
Ahead of the Bell: Dow futures are trading up 12 points and S&P futures are trading up 2 points as investors look ahead to the ADP March employment report for clues as to how the U.S. jobs market fared as deep government spending cuts kicked in. Investor confidence was also lifted after the IMF said it will contribute about 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion) as part of a rescue program for Cyprus that aims to stabilize the nation’s banks and reduce public spending. One of the Federal Reserve's most hawkish officials, Jeffrey Lacker confronted one of the institution's most dovish policymakers, Charles Evans on Tuesday in a rare joint public debate over the risks posed to inflation by the U.S. central bank's bold steps to spur growth.
On the economic calendar today, ADP employment report for March will be out before the opening bell, 205K is forecasted compared with 198K for February....