Las Vegas, NV – April 12, 2014 — (TechSonian) – Amazon.com, (NASDAQ:AMZN), announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire comiXology, the company that revolutionized the digital comics reading experience with their immersive Guided View technology and makes discovering, buying, and reading comic books and graphic novels easier and more fun than ever before.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) opened its last trade at the price of $314.00. Its closing price was $311.73 after losing -1.70% for the day. The company traded with the total volume of 7.29 million shares, while its average trading volume remained 4.37 million shares. The beta of this stock stands at 0.86.
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Fastenal, (NASDAQ: FAST), reported the results of the quarter ended March 31, 2014. Except for per share information, or as otherwise noted below, dollar amounts are stated in thousands.
Fastenal Company (NASDAQ:FAST) percentage change plunged -1.71 % to close at $49.86 with the total traded volume of 6.79 million shares. That activity was more than average volume of 2.27 million. The 52 week range of the stock remained $42.48 to $53.12, while its day lowest price was $48.63. The share price hit the day highest price of $52.21.
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McDonald’s, (NYSE:MCD), announced that multi-platinum recording artist Chris Daughtry and entertainer Wayne Brady will share their talents with contestants in the fifth biennial “Voice of McDonald’s” global singing competition, held as part of its global convention in Orlando, Fla later this month.
McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD) remained among the day decliners and traded with volume of 6.55 million shares in the last session, as compared to average volume of 5.51 million shares. In comparison with 52 week range of $92.22 to $103.70, it faced lowest price of $99.06 during the last trading session whereas its day highest price was $99.73. The company’s total market capitalization is $98.29 billion, along with 989.88 million shares outstanding.
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GE Capital Retail Bank updated recently a long-term extension of its agreement with American Eagle Outfitters (NYSE:AEO), a leading specialty retailer, to continue providing private label credit card programs for online, mobile app, and store purchases made at any of the 856 American Eagle Outfitter and 115 Aerie locations across the U.S. As part of the seven-year agreement, GE Capital’s Retail Finance business will continue to manage the American Eagle Outfitters credit card program, which began in 1996.
American Eagle Outfitters (NYSE:AEO) started its last trading session with the price of $11.26 and closed at $11.00 by dropping -3.34%. The stock traded with total volume of 6.54 million shares, while the average trading volume remained 6.13 million shares. The beta value of this stock stands at 1.07. Day range for the stock was $10.85 to $11.31.
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