- Insider Monkey•8 days ago
The markets are wavering on Thursday after U.S gasoline inventories crushed chances of a reduction in global oversupply. Market sentiment was also dented after the Bank of Japan’s Chief Haruhiko Kuroda shot down speculation that the bank would undertake an initiative to underwrite public debt. However, it’s been another strong week overall and several stocks reached their 52-week highs on […]
- American City Business Journals•8 days ago
Technology giants Intel Corp., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Western Digital Corp. are investing in an Auburn-based startup. Samsung Ventures, the venture capital arm of Korean consumer electronics company Samsung Electronics, led the $4.5 million equity financing round for Kazan Networks Corp. Intel Capital, the venture arm of the semiconductor-maker Intel (INTC), and data-storage products developer Western Digital (WDC) also invested, according to Kazan.
|Bid||47.99 x 1200|
|Ask||48.00 x 700|
|52wk Range||33.12 - 48.06|
|Day's Range||47.36 - 48.06|
|Avg Vol (3m)||2,228,834|
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