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Forestar Group Inc

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Finance
  • Real Estate Development
  • Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
  • Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers

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$14.71 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

31,884

DAY RANGE

14.66 - 14.78

52 WEEK

10.28 - 22.6

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
2 hours ago

wilmar , for how long you been trading

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@lucullus #droscrew
2 hours ago

Gm guys, today is the day when we relive the burning of Washington in 1812 on the football field, it's going to be utter humiliation for the colonists πŸ€ͺ🀣

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
2 hours ago

Gain : +520 Was doing a demonstration for an associate . Todays' profit : ( positive 25% ) , Nov-25th-2022 . My new friend and associate is really cool , we are back in the Punta Cana area , a lot of resorts and hotels . Closed trades very early , is a no work day .

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
2 hours ago

By Peter Nurse Investing.com -- Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Friday, November 25th. Please refresh for updates. Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock rose 2% after the electric car manufacturer said its Full Self Driving Beta software is now available in North America, overshadowing news that it has to recall more than 80,000 China-made and imported cars for software and seat belt issues. Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) stock fell 3.4% after Politico reported that the FTC is likely to try and block Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) purchase of the videogame publisher. Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) stock rose 0.1% with the cryptocurrency exchange benefiting from the news that Binance is set to donate $1 billion to an industry recovery fund in the wake of FTX’s bankruptcy. Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock rose 0.1% at the start of the crucial shopping season for the online retailer, even with industrial action planned in more than 30 countries over calls for better pay. Deere & Co (NYSE : DE) stock fell 0.1% despite JPMorgan lifting its target price on the agricultural machinery manufacturer to $440 from $415 after its strong quarter. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock fell 0.9% as China’s COVID curbs continue to impact the tech giant’s main iPhone-making plant, following on from violent protests earlier this week. Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) stock soared 9.3%, continuing to gain from the news that the Glazer family is open to selling the English soccer team.

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@Alpha #decarolis
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**ENERGIA UE - L'UE continuerà i colloqui sul tetto al prezzo del petrolio russo stasera - Fonte: L'Unione Europea.** **Fonte diplomatica UE: I rappresentanti dei governi dell'UE riprenderanno venerdì sera i colloqui sul tetto sul tetto al prezzo del petrolio russo.** L'UE riprenderà stasera i colloqui sul prezzo del tetto petrolifero russo - BBG https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-11-25/eu-set-to-resume-talks-on-price-for-russian-oil-cap-tonight?srnd=premium&sref=dJOSAJZH

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Yimou Lee TAIPEI (Reuters) - Foxconn's flagship iPhone plant in China is set to see its November shipments further reduced by the latest bout of worker unrest this week, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday, as thousands of employees left the site. The company could now see more than 30% of the site's November production affected, up from an internal estimate of up to 30% when the factory's worker troubles started in late October, the source said. The site, which is the only factory where Foxconn makes premium iPhone models, including the iPhone 14 Pro, is unlikely to resume full production by the end of this month, the source added. The world's largest Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone factory has been grappling with strict COVID-19 restrictions that have fuelled discontent among workers and disrupted production ahead of Christmas and January's Lunar New Year holiday, as many workers were either put into isolation or fled the plant. It has fuelled concerns over Apple's ability to deliver products for the busy holiday period, as the Zhengzhou plant accounts for 70% of global iPhone shipments and produces the U.S. company's popular iPhone 14 models. On Wednesday workers, most of whom were new recruits hired in recent weeks, clashed with security personnel. Many claimed they were misled over compensation benefits at the factory, and others complained about sharing dormitories with colleagues who had tested positive for COVID. Foxconn apologised for a pay-related "technical error" when hiring on Thursday, and later offered 10,000 yuan ($1,400) to protesting new recruits who agreed to resign and leave. The source said more than 20,000 workers, mostly new hires not yet working on production lines, took the money and left. Videos posted on Chinese social media on Friday showed crowds and long lines of luggage-laden workers queuing for buses. "It's time to go home," one person posted. Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, declined to comment. Apple, which said on Thursday it had staff at the factory, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Friday. The plant, before its woes began, employed more than 200,000 staff. It has dormitories, restaurants, basketball courts and a football pitch across its sprawling roughly 1.4 million-square-metre (15 million-square-foot) facility. Another Foxconn source familiar with the matter said some new hires had left the campus but did not elaborate on how many. This person said that because the people leaving had not yet been trained or begun to work, their departures would not cause further harm to current production. "The incident has a big impact on our public image but little on our (current) capacity. Our current capacity is not affected," the source said. "There's only so much corporate can do on pandemic prevention ... It's been a problem for a while. This is a problem faced by everyone," the person said, pointing to other worker unrest triggered by rigid COVID restrictions, including upheaval at another Apple supplier, Quanta, in May. Foxconn shares closed down 0.5%, lagging the broader market, which ended flat. ($1 = 7.1616 Chinese yuan renminbi)

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
2 hours ago

there was no trading for me today . . . tomorrow i will take it off as well . . . monday will go

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@coulldc #vpatraders
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@ffchaci Hi Leo and a warm welcome to the room from Anna and myself and many thanks for taking the time to drop in and introduce yourself. It's a very friendly and supportive group so if you do have any questions as you get started please feel free to post them here and we'll be happy to help. Welcome once again and wishing you every success

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@Splithand #FOREX
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did in fact go long im out now waiting for and looking to buy again

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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Shares hit a two-month high and the dollar swooped towards a three-month low on Thursday, after Federal Reserve signals of smaller interest rate rises from next month were followed by the message from Frankfurt that the ECB will plough on. With Wall Street shut for Thanksgiving, it was up to Europe to continue the rebound in market confidence that has been building for more than a month. It seemed a bit of a struggle early on when London's FTSE refused to budge, but there were just enough gains in the rest of Europe (EU) and in Asia [.SS][.T] overnight to ensure things kept shuffling forward. By lunch MSCI's 47-country index of world stocks was at its highest since mid-September, while German and British government bond yields, which drive Europe's borrowing costs, had fallen to their lowest levels since October and September respectively. (EU) "The Federal Reserve minutes signalled that some sensible voices are trying to drown out Fed Chair Powell’s relentless 'hike, hike, hike' chant," said UBS Chief Economist Paul Donovan. A "substantial majority" of Fed policymakers had agreed it would "likely soon be appropriate" to slow the pace of interest rate rises, the minutes released on Wednesday showed, although Donovan pointed out that there was no signal of an actual halt yet and various Fed members thought rates might need to go "somewhat higher" than expected. Futures markets show investors now see U.S. rates peaking just above 5% by May and are pricing in a roughly 75% chance that the Fed now switches to 50 basis point rises rather than the 75 bps it has been using recently. The ECB's equivalent minutes out on Thursday showed its rate setters fear that inflation may now be getting entrenched in the euro zone. "Incoming data so far suggest that the room for slowing down the pace of interest rate adjustments remains limited, even as we are approaching estimates of the 'neutral' rate," one of its most influential Executive Board members Isabel Schnabel said separately. For the currency markets, it meant the 7-week sell-off in the dollar continued. [/FRX] The euro rose as high as $1.0447, edging it closer to its recent four-month top of $1.0481, while the dollar weakened 0.6% against the Japanese yen to 138.70 yen and past $1.20 against sterling. "The dollar could stay pressured for a bit longer, but it's probably embedding a good deal of Fed-related negatives now," analysts at ING wrote. TURKEY ON THANKSGIVING The Fed wasn't the only focus. Sweden's crown nudged higher as its central bank increased its rates by three-quarters of a percentage point to 2.5% and signalled more next year. Germany's closely followed Ifo business climate index also rose more than expected, following on from some upbeat data from France too, while Turkey surprised no one as its slashed another 150 bps off its interest rates despite eyewateringly-high inflation of over 85%. The Turkish central bank said that it marked the end of its cuts, however with presidential elections next year creating doubts about that the lira carved down to new record low. Overnight, Asian markets had seen Japan's Nikkei and South Korean shares both rose around 1%. The Bank of Korea had reduced its pace of rate increases to 25 basis points. In Japan, data showed manufacturing activity had contracted at its fastest in two years. Chinese property stocks also stormed nearly 7% higher, after banks there pledged at least $38 billion in fresh credit lines to cash-strapped developers, although the Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.25% as the country's COVID cases continued to surge. In the oil market, prices were slipping toward a major support level established in September. If they breach it, oil could tumble to levels not seen since before late 2021. Brent crude futures fell 0.3% to $85.13. U.S. crude oil futures eased 0.2% to $77.74 per barrel. They had tumbled more than 3% on Wednesday as the Group of Seven (G7) nations considered a price cap on Russian oil above the current market level. [O/R] Recession fears remain intense. Wednesday's post-Fed U.S. bond market moves had seen yields on 10-year notes drop to a huge 79-basis-point deficit relative to two-year yields. Such a curve inversion has not been seen since the dot-com bust of 2000 and, on the face of it, is a signal that investors expect a deep economic downturn in coming months.

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Ankur Banerjee SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar was broadly weaker on Thursday as investors, encouraged by the prospect of a slower pace of interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve, placed bets on riskier assets. The eagerly awaited readout of the Nov. 1-2 Fed meeting showed officials were largely satisfied they could now move in smaller steps. "I think now it is almost certain that we'll see the FOMC slow its pace of tightening from December," said Carol Kong, a currency strategist at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY) (CBA). The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major peers, was down 0.14% at 105.75, after sliding 1% overnight. The Fed raised its key rate by three-quarters of a percentage point this month, for the fourth straight time in an effort to tame stiflingly high inflation. But slightly cooler-than-expected U.S. consumer price data has stoked hopes of a more moderate pace of hikes. Those hopes have seen the dollar index slide 5.1% in November, putting it on track for its worst monthly performance in 12 years. Citi strategists said there is still substantial uncertainty around how high rates might climb, despite the consensus that rates will rise more slowly. The minutes also showed an emerging debate within the Fed over the risks that rapid policy tightening could pose to economic growth and financial stability. At the same time, policymakers acknowledged there had been little demonstrable progress on inflation and that rates still needed to rise. Data on Wednesday showed U.S. business activity contracted for a fifth straight month in November, with a measure of new orders dropping to its lowest level in 2-1/2 years as higher interest rates slowed demand. CBA's Kong cautioned, however, that the markets are too optimistic about a possible imminent end to the tightening cycle and noted there was still heavy support for the U.S. dollar due to China's zero-COVID polices. Rising coronavirus cases have led Chinese cities to impose more curbs, increasing investor worries about the economy and putting a lid on risk appetite. China reported a record number of infections on Thursday. The yuan [CNY/] firmed after Chinese state media, quoted the cabinet as saying that said Beijing will use timely cuts in banks' reserve requirement ratio (RRR), alongside other monetary policy tools, to keep liquidity reasonably ample. The Japanese yen was one of the strongest gainers among major currencies against the dollar, climbing 0.5% to 138.88. The euro was up 0.39% at $1.0435, while sterling was last trading at $1.2090, up 0.43% on the day. The pound rose 1.4% overnight after preliminary British economic activity data beat expectations, though it still showed that a contraction was underway. The Australian dollar rose 0.25% to $0.675, while the kiwi was 0.17% higher at $0.6255. U.S. markets will be closed on Thursday for Thanksgiving and liquidity will likely be thinner than usual.

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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time for trigger soon im

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@Maurice1120 #PlutoTraders
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I'm in for tonight....im at work anyway

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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AND I DONT EVEN THINK THAT STOPS FOR THANKSGIVING

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@danbrey #ivtrades
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At least I quietly sold a couple covers for $435 today.

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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We will be taking a loss for the day . To make sure this does not happen to the same extend again , we will be switching system from the current Losened Mode into the Strictened Mode as we originally started with . Strict trades happen a bit closer to the afternoon and simply posses better quality . Will report loss % by this evening . When we recover from the loss we may be back into losened mode a bit more wisely . We will also be working into 4pm as soon as I relocate to the found new living space , to recover our rate of growth , which is more important . We will work into 4pm for some time when we experience a day loss , as we recover rate , then we will conclude days early . No life rush .

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@Jonove #droscrew
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That could be a gamechanger for Twitter if they pull it off

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@dros #droscrew
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absolutely > @lucullus said: Media wants you to believe its a disaster.... just like they reported Musk was going broke for 4-5 years before he 30 x the share price.

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@dros #droscrew
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Yep. An investment, however, is not a trade. > @Pal said: @mzx9 Agree for a trade...

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@lucullus #droscrew
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Media wants you to believe its a disaster.... just like they reported Musk was going broke for 4-5 years before he 30 x the share price.

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@lucullus #droscrew
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i think Musk has acted with purpose. He has got rid of 5200 staff. The company now has 2700 staff. If he maintained last years revenue he would now have a business that is profitable making around $1.5 bill a year. He has got rid of all the Woke campaigners and is turning the company into a Gaol focussed tech company. Not a diversity officer in sight i expect. He has broadened the marketplace for the platform. I mean in 3 weeks a complete turnaround....pretty spectacular really

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@Pal #droscrew
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@mzx9 Agree for a trade...

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@danbrey #ivtrades
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Let me say this, Chris is very honest and offered to give me my money back already. I'm not worried about that, but an extension would give us more time to test since it's full of bugs. But, whatever Chris wants to do, there be a call for refunds.

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@danbrey #ivtrades
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I think all the kinks are still being worked out but we'll need an extension or ask for the money back.

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@danbrey #ivtrades
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I hear you. I for one am waiting for something positive to happen. I'm not clear on how to proceed. Day Trade seems to be on break. Our trial money back will be coming up and and frankly if nothing happens between now and EOM then I'll be asking for my Money back.

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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you were asking for Ps yesterday going against your boss i think

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@Navneet #droscrew
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it will happen opposite lol πŸ˜‚ > @Snowcow said: i was hoping for a drop

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@Snowcow #droscrew
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i was hoping for a drop

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Peter Nurse Investing.com -- Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Wednesday, November 23rd. Please refresh for updates. Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) stock fell 7.7% after the upstream clothing retailer said net sales at its retail stores fell 3.4% in its third quarter, trimming its net profit forecast for the fiscal year ending January 2023. HP (NYSE:HPQ) stock rose 3.1% after the PC maker said it expects to cut up to 6,000 jobs by the end of fiscal 2025, or about 12% of its global workforce, cutting costs at a time when sales of personal computers and laptops are sliding. Deere (NYSE: DE) stock rose 3.7% after the company reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on strong sales accelerated by price hikes for its agriculture and construction equipment and forecast higher net income next year. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock fell 0.2% after violent protests broke out at the world’s largest iPhone assembly plant, owned by Foxconn, which has already been under strict COVID-19 restrictions for a month. VMware (NYSE:VMW) stock fell 1.3% after the cloud computing company missed quarterly profit and sales expectations while Broadcom’s $61 billion acquisition deal is now on the radar of Britain's competition regulator. Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS) stock fell 2.4% after the Swiss banking giant said it expects to lose around $1.6B in the current quarter due to an exodus of wealthy clients. Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) stock rose 8.4% after its owners, the Glazer family, said it will consider a potential sale of the underperforming club. Autodesk (NASDAQ:ADSK) stock fell 9.5% after the software company issued disappointing fourth-quarter revenue guidance, citing lower demand for multi-year, up-front contracts.

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

732.11 M

Beta

1.05

Avg. Volume

100.83 K

Shares Outstanding

49.77 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2023-01-26

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Forestar Group Inc. is a residential lot development company with operations in 49 markets in 21 states at September 30, 2020 and is a majority-owned subsidiary of D.R. Horton, Inc., the largest homebuilder by volume in the United States since 2002.

CEO: Phillip Weber

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HQ: 2221 E Lamar Blvd Ste 790 Arlington, 76006-7429 Texas

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