On Tuesday, Shares of Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (ADR)(NYSE:SID), subtract -3.40% and closed at $2.84 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $2.82 and $2.98. Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional operates as an integrated steel producer in Brazil. It operates through five segments: Steel, Mining, Logistics, Cement, and Energy. It offers flat steel; slabs; hot-rolled products, counting heavy and light-gauge hot-rolled coils and sheets; cold-rolled products comprising cold-rolled coils and sheets; galvanized sheets and coils; tin mill products that consist of flat-rolled low-carbon steel coils or sheets; profiles, sections, channels, UPE sections, and steel sleepers; and long steel products. The company mainly explores for iron ore reserves at Casa de Pedra mine located in the city of Congonhas in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. It sells iron ore products in Asia, Europe, and Brazil. The company also engages in logistics business comprising railway and port facilities; produces and sells cement; and generates electric power from its thermoelectric co-generation and hydroelectric power plants. The company also exports its products.
Atwood Oceanics, Inc.(NYSE:ATW), dropped -1.74% and closed at $8.48 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $8.39 and $8.82. The company’s Market capitalization is $545.08 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 64.80 million. Atwood Oceanics, Inc., an offshore drilling contractor, engages in the drilling and completion of exploratory and developmental oil and gas wells worldwide. As of November 10, 2015, it owned a fleet of 11 mobile offshore drilling units, in addition to 2 ultra-deepwater drill ships under construction.
NetApp Inc. (NASDAQ:NTAP), dropped 1.44% and closed at $34.85 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $34.78 and $35.64. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $20.66 and reached to max level of $36.10. “University Medical Center [UMC] New Orleans, a public-private partnership with the State of Louisiana, was built and founded by the State and is the first of five hospitals in the LCMC Health system with Epic deployed as the EMR,” said Tanya Townsend, CIO of LCMC Health. “Sapphire Health’s understanding of our requirements, CMA Technology Solutions’ delivery of the core Epic infrastructure, and NetApp All Flash FAS facilitated us to meet consolidation and integration requirements. We quickly built out two new data centers capable of delivering critical patient data to thousands of clinical users.”
LCMC Health is the parent corporation of Children’s Hospital, Touro Infirmary, UMC New Orleans, New Orleans East Hospital, and West Jefferson Medical Center. Ten years after Hurricane Katrina decimated two of Louisiana’s major teaching hospitals, the State of Louisiana and LCMC Health unveiled a new facility, University Medical Center (UMC) New Orleans, the leading teaching hospital in the state. Because of a tight launch plan, UMC had only three months to deploy and test a state-of-the-art IT infrastructure before the hospital opened. The technology team sought to give physicians, clinicians, and radiologists rapid access to patient information through Epic electronic medical records (EMRs) and GE Centricity PACS applications using virtual desktops accessed from shared thin-client terminals.