Active Stocks in Focus: Fluor Corporation (NEW) (NYSE:FLR), Store Capital Corp (NYSE:STOR)

Shares of Fluor Corporation (NEW) (NYSE:FLR), slanted 1.27% to $43.84, amid its present exchanging session.


Fluor Corporation, through its assistants, gives building, acquirement, development, creation and modularization, charging and support, and task organization administrations around the world.

Fluor Corporation (FLR) proclaimed as of late that the organization has been recompensed an agreement by the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Administration Agency (FEMA) to give compositional and building administrations to bolster fiasco related operations in Texas taking after the serious storms, tornadoes and flooding that cleared through the state in May.

Fluor’s agreement is one of two assignment request contracts pronounced by FEMA for catastrophe reaction administrations in Texas. The agreement was issued under the Architects and Engineers Technical Assistance Contract, which completes the statutory powers of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. The agreement has a six-month base period with an extra six-month alternative period. The unrevealed contract sum will be occupied in the second from last quarter.

Fluor will bolster FEMA in the reclamation of essential framework, open offices and administrations, recovery and recreation of private and business properties, rebuilding of the monetary base and coordination with intentional organizations and organization of help to family units and people.

Store Capital Corp (NYSE:STOR), amid its Monday’s present exchanging session increased 0.93% to $21.78.

Store Capital is an exclusive land venture trust. The firm puts resources into the land markets. It principally puts resources into single-occupant properties numbering chain eateries, markets, drugstores and other retail, administration and circulation offices. STORE Capital is situated in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Store Capital Corporation (STOR), an inside oversaw net-rent land speculation trust (REIT) that puts resources into Single Tenant Operational Real Estate, proclaimed that its Board of Directors has announced a customary quarterly money profit on its regular supply of $0.27 per offer for the second from last quarter finishing September 30, 2015. On an annualized premise, this profit of $1.08 per regular offer speaks to an upgrade of 8% over the past annualized profit. The second from last quarter profit will be paid on October 15, 2015 to STORE Capital stockholders of record as of the end of business on September 30, 2015.

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