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Sturm Ruger & Company Inc (RGR.N)

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Sturm Ruger & Company reports Q3 earnings per share $0.53
Tuesday, 31 Oct 2017 

Oct 31 (Reuters) - Sturm Ruger & Company Inc :Sturm Ruger & Company Inc reports third quarter diluted earnings of 53¢ per share and declares dividend of 21¢ per share.Q3 sales $104.8 million.Q3 earnings per share $0.53.  Full Article

Sturm Ruger & Co Q2 earnings per share $1.22
Tuesday, 2 Aug 2016 

Sturm Ruger & Co Inc : Sturm, ruger & company, inc. Reports second quarter diluted earnings of $1.22 per share and declares dividend of 49¢ per share . Q2 sales $167.9 million versus $140.9 million . Q2 earnings per share $1.22 . Expect our 2016 capital expenditures to total approximately $30 million. . During q2 of 2016, company's finished goods inventory increased by 25,700 units .During q2 of 2016, company's distributor inventories of company's products increased by 50,300 units..  Full Article

Sturm Ruger enters agreement with Christopher Killoy
Tuesday, 2 Aug 2016 

Sturm Ruger & Co Inc : On august 1, entered into an agreement with christopher j. Killoy who will become chief executive officer of company on may 9, 2017 . Entered transition services and consulting agreement with michael fifer who will resign as ceo of company on may 9, 2017 .Agreement provides for killoy to continue as president through may 8, 2017, anticipates that killoy will serve as ceo thereafter.  Full Article

Sturm Ruger & Co enters into an eighth amendment to credit agreement
Wednesday, 8 Jun 2016 

Sturm Ruger & Co Inc : On June 6, 2016 company entered into an eighth amendment to credit agreement with Bank Of America .Amendment extends termination date of credit agreement to June 15, 2017.  Full Article

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Breakingviews - Cox: Popping gun bubble to bring financial casualties

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - Just before Thanksgiving, the families of 10 victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting came closer to something like justice than they have in the nearly five years since 20 children and six educators were murdered in their classrooms. They had their day before Connecticut's Supreme Court, which agreed to consider their contention that the maker of the AR-15 rifle used in the tragedy could be held liable for the killings.