Stocks bounce back to start week – NASDAQ.com
Kinder Morgan said the deal will create the largest energy infrastructure company in North America and the third largest energy company overall with an estimated enterprise value of $140 billion. Following the announcement, shares of each of Kinder Morgan’s publicly traded unit, Kinder Morgan, Kinder Morgan Management, Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, and El Paso Pipeline Partners, all surged. BI’s Rob Wile has a full breakdown of the deal here . 2. Also in mergers and acquisitions, Chiquita Brands stock gained 30% after the company received a $13 per share joint takeover offer from agricultural giant Cutrale and Brazilian billionaire Joseph Safra.
( SWC ) and Zynga, Inc. ( ZNGA )are moving down. Michael Haden is an Options Analyst at InvestorsObserver . He hot stocks for under 10$ graduated from James Madison University in 1986 with a degree in Marketing.
Stocks Rise as Global Tensions Ease – Yahoo Finance
Market Stocks ended the session higher amid an easing of tensions in global hot spots and dovish comments by Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer. Relative calm in Ukraine, along with a cease-fire between Israel and Palestinians in Gaza, helped calm markets. Treasuries fell as fears abated, with the yield on the 10-year note up slightly, to 2.417%. (Bond prices and yields move in opposite directions.) Also in focus were remarks by Fischer about reduced long-term expectations for U.S. growth on the part of many observers, including the Fed.
Stocks race higher in morning trading – NASDAQ.com
Nasdaq Adv/Dec 1,769/629. [InvestorsKeyhole, various news and data sources] Julian Close has been a business writer since the first day of the twenty-first century, having written for PRA International and the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping. He graduated from Davidson College in 1993 and received a Master of Arts in Teaching from Mary Baldwin College in 2011. He became a stockbroker in 1993, but now works for Fresh Brewed Media and uses his powers only for good.
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Bank of America Corp. fell .9 percent to $15.89 with 33,516,900 shares traded. CBS Corp. B fell .7 percent to $63.82 with 22,905,700 shares traded.