Major Gainers of the day: Boeing Co, AT&T and Cisco Systems

On Wednesday Investors were mixed as DJIA climbed to 12,676.05 by 0.47% or 58.73points. S&P 500 fell by 0.03% or 0.42points to 1,337.89 while Nasdaq dropped by 0.31% or 8.75points to 2,854.24.

The Boeing Company (BA) gained 2.78% to close at $74.03 in its last trading session. The traded volume stood at 5.39M shares as compared to its average traded volume of 4.00M shares per day.  The company’s total outstanding common stock accumulates up to 749.05M billion out of which 674.70M billion shares are floated in the stock market. The company’s total outstanding common stock accumulates up to 749.05M shares out of which 72% shares are held by different institutions.

AT&T, Inc. (T) increased 2.02% to close at $35.33. The company’s total outstanding common stock accumulates up to 5.80B billion out of which 5.85B billion shares are floated in the stock market. Insiders hold 0.04% of the total outstanding common stock while 92.10% of outstanding shares are held by different institutions. By the end of the session the stock’s price to earnings ratio stood at 47.02 times.

Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) gained 1.98% to close at $15.42 in its last trading session.  The traded volume stood at 60.62M shares as compared to its average traded volume of 39.16M shares per day. The company’s total outstanding common stock accumulates up to 5.36B billion out of which 5.35B billion shares are floated in the stock market. Its dividend yield stands at 2.08 percent. The company’s total outstanding common stock accumulates up to 5.36B shares out of which 72% shares are held by different institutions.

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Rehan Khan has been involved in the financial sector for last 6 years. During that time he has been associated with many financial institutions, banks and brokerages. Rehan is also a graduate in finance and has been writing for last 2 years for various web publications, specializing in US stock markets, penny stocks, forex and commodities.

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