Active Stocks News Recap: American Electric Power Company Inc (NYSE:AEP), FMC Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:FT)

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Shares of American Electric Power Company Inc (NYSE:AEP), declined – 1.02% to $56.04. It exchanged a scope of $55.95 and $56.80, trading hands with 4.45 shares.


American Electric Power Company, Inc., an open utility holding organization, takes part in the era, transmission, and dispersion of power available to be purchased to retail and wholesale clients.

The stock is down – 5.14% in this year through last close. In the trailing twelve months, net overall revenue of the organization was 10.30% while gross net revenue was 86.50%.

For the ninth progressive year, American Electric Power (AEP) has been named a standout amongst the most appropriation well disposed working environments by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

AEP gives full-time, standard workers with budgetary help of up to $3,000 per youngster for qualified reception related costs and up to 40 hours of paid leave for new parents. Since mid 2007, AEP has helped its representatives with 76 selections.

Data from managers across the country was utilized to incorporate the establishment’s yearly rankings of reception cordial working environments. The rankings depend on the greatest measure of budgetary repayment and paid leave per selection.

Toward the end of Wednesday’s exchange, Shares of FMC Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:FT), slanted 2.09% to $34.19. It exchanged a scope of $33.24 and $34.57, trading hands with 4.01 shares.

FMC Technologies, Inc. gives innovation answers for the vitality business around the world. The organization works through Subsea Technologies, Surface Technologies, and Energy Infrastructure sections.

The stock is down – 12.91% in this year through last close. In the trailing twelve months, gross overall revenue was 75.00%.

FMC Technologies, Inc. (FTI) announces the arrangement of Kay Priestly, previous Chief Executive Officer of Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd., to its governing body, successful October 2, 2015.

Ms. Priestly ventured down from Turquoise Hill in December 2014. She got to be CEO in May 2012 in the wake of serving as a senior official of Rio Tinto where she was Chief Financial Officer of the organization’s worldwide copper item aggregate. She joined Rio Tinto in 2006 as CFO of its Kennecott Utah Copper operations.

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