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|Day's Range||7.00 - 7.00|
|52 Week Range||3.97 - 7.78|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.76|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.93|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.10 (1.39%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jun 25, 2021|
|1y Target Est||44.00|
Alexis Keenan joins Brian Sozzi and Julie Hyman to break down the latest developments in the Theranos trial as the prosecution delivers opening statements claiming founder Elizabeth Holmes lied to investors to secure funding for the company.
A deadly Mexico City metro collapse in May was caused in part by missing bolts in beams in an overpass that already had deficiencies before a major earthquake, according to an independent auditor's report released on Tuesday by the city government. The 180-page analysis by Norwegian company DNV was the latest installment of its technical opinion on the May 3 collapse - Mexico's biggest train accident in years - that killed 26 people when an overpass and train carriage on Metro Line 12 suddenly plummeted onto a stream of cars near the Olivos station in the southeast of the city. In the second phase of DNV's findings shared by city officials, the firm said deficiencies including the lack of functional bolts over a significant stretch led to the buckling of north and south beams.
Norwegian firm DNV has requested a two-week extension to complete its next report on the causes of the collapse in May of a Mexico City metro rail line that killed 26 people, city and company officials said on Monday. DNV in a statement called its current work "the most complex phase of the collapse analysis" and said it was adding two weeks to the schedule based on its progress and results obtained so far. DNV added that another group of international experts would be needed for "internal reviews."