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Aveo, Domino’s Pizza, LSB Industries: U.S. Equity Preview

Shares of the following companies may have unusual moves in U.S. trading tomorrow. Stock symbols are in parentheses.

Aveo Pharmaceuticals Inc. (AVEO US): The maker of an experimental medicine for kidney cancer delayed its annual report filing and said it is evaluating its allocation agreement with Astellas Pharma Inc. (4503 JT).

BATS Global Markets Inc. (BATS): The company may be attractive as the third-biggest U.S. stock exchange operator prepares to sell 6.3 million shares to the public on March 22, Barron’s reported, without citing anyone.

Domino’s Pizza Inc. (DPZ US): The pizza-delivery chain completed its recapitalization and declared a special dividend of $3 a share.

LSB Industries Inc. (LXU US): The maker of chemical and climate-control products said its Pryor, Oklahoma, facility was shut down for unplanned maintenance because of excess heat. Operating income will be reduced by about $4 million.

Novartis AG (NVS US): The Swiss drugmaker may rise if it improves earnings with a new pipeline of products and provides healthy dividend payments, Barron’s reported.

Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM US): The chipmaker is poised to rise 30 percent or more during the next year as its thousands of patents give it an advantage in mobile-market expansion, Barron’s reported.

Tenet Healthcare Corp. (THC US): The hospital owner may stall until management proves it’s capable of turning around business without being acquired, Barron’s reported in its “The Trader” column.

Total SA (TOT US): The American depositary receipts of France’s biggest energy company may rise to the mid-$60s within a year if the oil producer boosts output, Barron’s reported.

YPF SA (YPF US): The Argentine oil producer may be a risky investment as the government mulls control of the company, Barron’s reported in its “The Trader” column.

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