Active Stocks Roundup: Chemours Co (NYSE:CC), Discover Financial Services (NYSE:DFS)

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On Wednesday, Shares of Chemours Co (NYSE:CC), lost – 4.14% to $ 7.87. 4.31 shares of the organization were traded.


The Chemours Company, a synthetic organization, gives titanium innovations, fluoroproducts, and substance arrangements. Its leader items involve brands, for example, Teflon, Ti-Pure, Krytox Viton, Opteon, and Nafion.

The stock is down – 60.47% in this year through last close. The stock, as of late close, has demonstrated week by week energetic execution of 22.64% which was kept up at – 13.71% in 1-month period.

The Chemours Company (CC), a worldwide compound organization with driving business sector positions in titanium innovations, fluoroproducts and synthetic arrangements pronounced it will discharge second from last quarter money related results on November 5, 2015, at 7:30 a.m. Eastern Time. The organization will direct its second from last quarter 2015 webcast telephone call on November 5, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time. The call is interested in general society and can be gotten to by means of live webcast and video chat.

Toward the end of Wednesday’s exchange, Shares of Discover Financial Services (NYSE:DFS), slanted 1.26% to $55.25. It exchanged a scope of $54.57 and $55.47, trading hands with 4.05 shares.

Discover Financial Services works as an immediate saving money and installment administrations organization in the United States.

The stock is down – 14.43% in this year through last close. In the trailing twelve months, net overall revenue of the organization was 28.00%.

Discover Financial Services (DFS) arrangements to report its second from last quarter 2015 results after the business sector closes on Tuesday, October 20, 2015.

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