Shares of Centene Corp (NYSE:CNC), declined – 1.39% to $61.91, amid its present exchanging session.

Centene Corporation works as an expanded, multi-national human services endeavor that gives projects and administrations to under-guaranteed and uninsured people in the United States. It works in two fragments, Managed Care and Specialty Services. The Managed Care portion offers Medicaid and Medicaid-related wellbeing arrangement scope to people through government financed projects, tallying Medicaid, the State kids’ wellbeing protection system, long haul consideration, child care, and double qualified people, notwithstanding matured, visually impaired, or crippled projects.

Centene Corporation (CNC’s) 2015 extraordinary meeting of shareholders is wanted to occur on October 23, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time (12:00 p.m. Focal Time). The meeting will be held at 7700 Forsyth Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri 63105.

Chambers Street Properties (NYSE:CSG), amid its Tuesday’s present exchanging session diminished – 0.14% to $6.92.

Chambers Street Properties is a value land speculation trust. The firm puts resources into the land markets of United States, United Kingdom, and Germany. It concentrates on gaining, owning and working the properties.

Chambers Street Properties (CSG), a land speculation trust concentrated on gaining, owning and working net rented mechanical and office properties, as of late announced it has finished one modern and two office lease reestablishments totaling 814,614 square feet.

The renting recharges are highlighted by an early office building reestablishment and five-year lease expansion with Raytheon Company (“Raytheon”) for 602,794 square feet at Pacific Corporate Park situated close Washington, D.C., expanding the arranged lease termination through 2026. Raytheon is a main innovation firm work in guard, common, government, and cybersecurity markets all through the world.

The Company additionally executed an early reestablishment and augmentation with FMC Corporation (“FMC”) for the whole 110,765 square feet at the Company’s 701 & 801 Charles Ewing Boulevard office properties. With the lease’s execution, the lease was amplified an extra six years for a settled 15-year term lapsing in 2030.

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