Penny Stocks Watch List: ENSCO PLC (NYSE:ESV), Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS)

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Shares of ENSCO PLC (NYSE:ESV), declined – 0.83% to $16.07, amid its last exchanging session. In the last exchanging session, the stock proceeded onward high volume, exchanging at a volume of 9.06 M when contrasted with its normal day by day volume of 7.47 million shares.


Ensco plc gives seaward contract penetrating administrations to the oil and gas industry around the world. The organization works through three fragments: Floaters, Jackups, and Other.

The stock, as of late close, has demonstrated week by week cheery execution of 14.06% which was kept up at – 1.83% in 1-month period.

Ensco plc (ESV) will hold its second from last quarter 2015 income telephone call at 10:00 a.m. CDT (11:00 a.m. EDT and 3:00 p.m. London) on Thursday, 29 October 2015. The profit discharge will be issued before the New York Stock Exchange opens that morning.

At long last, Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), finished its last exchange with 1.79% pick up, and shut at $32.94.

Morgan Stanley, a money related holding organization, gives different budgetary items and administrations to partnerships, governments, monetary establishments, and people around the world.

The stock shut at a separation of 0.53% from 20-day basic moving normal. In the last exchanging session, the stock’s cost moved – 9.99% beneath its 200 day moving normal, changing hands as low as $33.33 per offer. The stock is without further ado exchanging – 5.82% underneath its SMA 50.

Morgan Stanley (MS) will proclaim its second from last quarter 2015 budgetary results on Monday, October 19, 2015, at around 7 a.m. (ET). A telephone call to talk about the outcomes will be hung on Monday, October 19, 2015, at 8:30 a.m. (ET).

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  • Barbara

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