Alcoa Corporation (NYSE) – After a precipice drop to 23.20 on October 31st of last year, Alcoa Corp has been steadily rising to where it is now trading at 36.29 at the highs of its 52 week range. Based on the market sentiment that Trump’s pro-business policies will be positive for the company, Alcoa has risen 20% in the past month. 52 week low – 20.00 / 52 week high – 36.20
Why you should and shouldn’t buy Alcoa – The Motley Fool
CSX Corp (NASDAQ) – is a railway company involved in the precision movement of goods in North America. The company also acquires, develops, sells and leases real estate. The company operates approximately 21,000 route mile rail network, which serves various population centers in 23 states east of the Mississippi River, the District of Columbia, and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, as well as owns and leases approximately 4,500 locomotives.
52 week low – 21.64 / 52 week high – 46.07
Dominating the discussion:’ Analysts dig into CSX in wake of railroad legend’s interest
KLX Inc., (NASDAQ) together with its subsidiaries, provides aerospace fasteners, consumables, and logistics services worldwide. It operates in two segments, Aerospace Solutions Group (ASG) and Energy Services Group (ESG).
52 week low – 25.33 / 52 week high – 48.50
KLXI announces new business awards valued at $300m
Tesoro Logistics LLP (NYSE)
TESORO LOGISTICS LP Announces 23rd consecutive quarterly distribution increase.
52 week low – 35.18 / 52 week high – 56.08
Login to the legacy site to verify your account or add trading bitcoins now.