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The Four-Month Stockwinners.com Options Portfolio Doubles
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 15, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The following is an investment opinion issued by Stockwinners.com. Selections featured in recent Stockwinners.com http://www.STOCKWINNERS.com Option Picks postings registered an average short-term gain of 107 percent. In the four months ending January 10th, the equities research firm addressed the upward price potential of 340 publicly traded stock options. On average, the entire group was up 107 percent in nine days. The postings included two hundred seven calls and one hundred thirty-three puts.
The Stockwinners.com Rumor Portfolio Registers a Short-Term Gain of Seventeen Percent; Options Portfolio Doubles
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 15, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The following is an investment opinion issued by Stockwinners.com. Picks featured in recent Stockwinners.com http://www.STOCKWINNERS.com Rumor Mill postings registered an average short-term gain of 17 percent. The equities research firm addressed the upward price potential of forty-one publicly traded stocks, in rumor discussions issued over the four months ending January 10th. Well over half of the selections generated double digit gains. On average, the entire group was up 17 percent in eighteen days.
Church's Chicken(tm) Franchisee Purchases 35 Restaurants; Signs Agreement to Build Additional 14 Units
ATLANTA, Jan. 15, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Church's Chicken, a division of AFC Enterprises, Inc. (Nasdaq:AFCE), announces the completion of a deal with WETCO Restaurant Group, LLC, to convert 35 company-operated restaurants throughout Louisiana, into franchise ownership. WETCO Restaurant Group, LLC is owned and operated by businessman W. E. "Bill" Tucker, Jr. of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This purchase brings the total number of WETCO-owned and operated Church's Chicken restaurants to 39.
Modern Times Group MTG AB: Finans Vision Proposed Closure
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 15, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Modern Times Group MTG AB (Nasdaq:MTGNY) (Other OTC:MTGNF), the international media group, today announced that it has contacted the Journalists' Union with regard to the proposed closure of its Swedish daily financial newspaper, Finans Vision. MTG set a number of milestones for the newspaper to be measured against when it was launched in March 2002, in terms of readership and advertising sales growth. The newspaper has not achieved these milestones and management therefore proposes to close down the business. Closure would result in MTG making a full provision of in the region of SEK 85 million in the financial results for the fourth quarter of 2002, to include all costs arising from the closure of the newspaper.