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Stocks Genworth Financial Inc

  • --The lowering of the ratings on U.S.-based Genworth Group's core life insurance companies has triggered a review of the ratings on Genworth Financial Mortgage Insurance Pty Ltd.. --We have also revised the outlook on Genworth Financial Mortgage Insurance Pty Ltd. to negative, and affirmed the' AA-' financial strength rating.

  • Oct 11- Genesee& Wyoming Inc:. *RailAmerica, inc. reports September 2012 monthly carloads. 2012 were 67,111, up 2.4 percent from 65,551 in September 2011.

  • Oct 11- Genesee& Wyoming Inc:. *Reports traffic for September 2012 and the third quarter of 2012. *Says GWI's traffic in September 2012 was 79,239 carloads, a decrease of 4,369.

  • Oct 11- Standard& Poor's Ratings Services said today that its' AA-' financial strength rating and' A-' issuer credit rating on Genworth Financial Mortgage Insurance Co. Canada and Genworth MI Canada Inc..

  • --We are lowering our ratings on Genworth Financial Inc., Genworth Life Insurance Co., and core U.S. life operations. Rating Action On Oct. 11, 2012, Standard& Poor's Ratings Services lowered its counterparty credit rating on Genworth Financial Inc. to' BBB-/A-3' from' BBB/A-2'.

  • Oct 10- Carlyle Group L.P.:. *The Carlyle Group L.P. reports 11.9 percent stake in Genesee& Wyoming Inc. as of October 1, 2012- SEC filing.

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  • As Genworth shares continue to collapse, earnings estimates may be "cut in half," even before the company reports its earnings on July 29, John Eade of Argus Research Company told CNBC in an interview.

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