Active Stocks Buzz: Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE:RGC), Flowserve Corp(NYSE:FLS)

Shares of Regal Entertainment Group (NYSE:RGC), declined – 1.28% to $18.46, amid its present exchanging session.


Regal Entertainment Group, through its assistants, works as a movie exhibitor in the United States. It creates, gets, and works multi-screen theaters basically in medium sized metropolitan markets and rural development ranges of bigger metropolitan markets.

Regal Entertainment Group (RGC), a main film exhibitor owning and working the biggest theater circuit in the United States, proclaims the first of its kind Regal Ultimate Ticket for Specter, the most current James Bond motion picture. This constrained version, dark, anodized steel Specter ticket is just available to the initial 1,000 clients anticipating the film’s opening. Lofty visitors with the Ultimate Ticket can see Specter consistently while the film is in theaters. Apparition, from Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Sony Pictures Entertainment, will be discharged in the U.S. on November 6.

Since Bond fans can’t get enough of the superspy’s mystery administration stories, visitors can buy a shadowy, scratched, collectible card with the famous Specter image for $100 beginning on Monday, September 14 until the Regal Ultimate Ticket for Specter is sold out. The Regal Ultimate Ticket might be available to be purchased on the web. The Ultimate Ticket is just available on Regal’s site. To buy this restricted version ticket or to take in more, please visit

In the film, a mysterious message from the past sends James Bond (Daniel Craig) on a rebel mission to Mexico City and in the long run Rome, where he meets Lucia Sciarra (Monica Bellucci), the lovely and prohibited dowager of a scandalous criminal. Security invades a mystery meeting and reveals the presence of the evil association known as Specter.

Flowserve Corp(NYSE:FLS), amid its Tuesday’s present exchanging session diminished – 0.96% to $40.96.

Flowserve Corporation outlines, fabricates, disperses, and administrations mechanical stream organization hardware around the world. The organization works through three sections: Engineered Product Division (EPD), Industrial Product Division (IPD), and Flow Control Division (FCD). The EPD fragment offers custom and other built pumps and pump frameworks, mechanical seals, helper frameworks, new parts, and related gear and administrations, notwithstanding produces gas-greased up mechanical seals utilized as a part of rapid compressors.

Flowserve Corporation, (FLS), a main supplier of stream control items and administrations for the worldwide foundation markets, pronounced that its Board of Directors has approved a quarterly money profit of $0.18 per offer on the company`s exceptional shares of regular stock. The profit is payable on October 9, 2015, to shareholders of record as of the end of business on September 25, 2015. While Flowserve without further ado means to pay standard quarterly money profits for years to come, any future profits, at this $0.18 per offer rate or something else, will be inspected independently and proclaimed by the Board at its tact, reliant on the Board`s appraisal of the company`s budgetary condition and business standpoint at the appropriate time.

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