Active Stocks Highlights: Global Payments Inc (NYSE:GPN), Nextera Energy Partners LP (NYSE:NEP) 

At long last, Global Payments Inc (NYSE:GPN), finished its last exchange with 0.08% increase, and shut at $114.51.


Global Payments Inc. gives installment answers for Visas, platinum cards, electronic installments, and registration administrations. It works in two sections, North America Merchant Services and International Merchant Services.

Global Payments, will discharge first quarter monetary 2016 money related results before the business sector opens on October 7, 2015.

Global Payments’ organization will have a phone call for financial specialists to talk about these outcomes at 8:00 a.m. ET on Wednesday, October 7, 2015.

On Wednesday, Shares of Nextera Energy Partners LP (NYSE:NEP), increased 0.58% to $26.12.

NextEra Energy Partners, LP procures, possesses, and works contracted clean vitality ventures. It claims intrigues in wind and sun based activities in North America with an arrangement of around 1,923 MW of contracted, clean vitality ventures.

Jim Robo, director and CEO of NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE) and NextEra Energy Partners, LP (NEP), took part on a board on Wednesday, Sept.16, at the 2015 Bank of America Merrill Lynch Power & Gas Leaders Conference in Boston, Mass.

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