On Friday, Shares of Century Aluminum Co (NASDAQ:CENX), added 1.91% and closed at $6.95 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $6.69 and $7.01.
Fiserv Inc (NASDAQ:FISV), dropped -0.25% and closed at $99.47 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $98.95 and $99.98. The company’s Market capitalization is $21.81 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 219.82 million. Fiserv, Inc. (FISV), a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, recently declared that First National Bank of Pennsylvania, the leading partner of F.N.B. Corporation (FNB), has upgraded to the most recent version of the Mobiliti Advantage™ mobile banking and payments platform and added mobile card control capabilities. The bank is the first Mobiliti client to integrate card control capabilities into their mobile app.
The new card control module, a version of the CardValet® solution from Fiserv branded by the bank as CardGuardSM, is a valuable tool that can assist customers stay on top of their finances. Users can control access to their debit card in real-time and receive alerts related to card usage via their mobile banking app. Customers can set transaction dollar limits, set parameters for debit card usage by merchant type, such as gas, grocery or retail stores, and turn their card on and off, all from their phone. They can also set geographical limits on debit card usage for added security.
Implementing new digital banking capabilities via modules facilitates financial institutions to maximize the value of their existing platform. New capabilities can be added without the time and expense often associated with moving to a new version. With implementation via modules, financial institutions have more flexibility to choose how and when banking programs are delivered, and can bring new services to market more quickly in order to deliver the experience customers want and expect.
In addition to the card control module for Mobiliti Advantage, Fiserv offers a touch ID module that facilitates seamless and secure biometric log-in to mobile banking, and a marketing and communication module that facilitate banks to deliver customized and targeted messaging directly within their mobile app.
Smith & Nephew plc (ADR)(NYSE:SNN), jumped 1.27% and closed at $32.78 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $32.60 and $32.86. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $30.23 and reached to max level of $36.11. Smith & Nephew (SN.L)(SNN), the global medical technology business, highlights three scientific symposia at World Union of Wound Health Societies (WUWHS) on 25–29 September 2016 in Florence, Italy. These symposia reinforce Smith & Nephew’s commitment to supporting healthcare professionals by conducting and effectively communicating research in areas of clinical practice that can facilitate improved outcomes for patients.
The first symposia will focus on PICO™, an exclusive single-use negative pressure wound therapy system (sNPWT), and its role in reducing surgical site complications. Through a wealth of clinical evidence, PICO™ is rapidly becoming a leading choice in NPWT because of its ability to manage a wide range of wounds at risk of complications in a clinical and cost effective way. In a recent study, using PICO™ reduced superficial surgical complications four-fold (from 8% to 2%) and significantly reduced the number of total dressing changes required per patient.1
“Infections can occur at relatively higher than expected rate among patients associated with co-morbid risk factors who have surgery, resulting in considerable social, healthcare and wider economic implications,” says Dr Risal Djohan, Department of Plastic Surgery, Cleveland Clinic, USA . “The clinical evidence that will be presented at WUWHS will further demonstrate how PICO™ could potentially shift the treatment paradigm to heal most types of wounds more efficiently, leading to positive patient outcomes.”