On 4/3/2017, Shares of Mastercard Incorporated (NYSE:MA) closed at $112.24 in last trading day. After noting the initial trading entry at $112.70, it reached to a day’s high of $112.97 and moved to a day’s low of $111.36. The recent daily volume was 3.17 million as contrast to it’s an average volume of 3.14 million.
The last close of the Mastercard Incorporated stock reflects that it traded up +0.98% from its 50-day moving average of $111.15. The stock traded above +5.75% to its 200-day MA of $106.14. Furthermore, it moved lower -1.11% from its 52-week high of $113.50 and +29.53% up from $86.65, which is 52-week low of the stock.
Mastercard Incorporated’s (MA) moved with shift of 0.27% in the past week. Over the last three months, the shares of the company have changed 8.93% and performed 10.72% over the last six months. The stock currently has Monthly Volatility of 1.04% and Weekly Volatility of 1.00%.
March 31, 2017 Mastercard announced that Erika Brown Lee joined the company this month as senior vice president and assistant general counsel for privacy and data protection. Brown Lee will report to JoAnn Stonier, the company’s chief information governance and privacy officer.
She will lead the team that provides advice for and ensures compliance with privacy and data protection laws across the company’s products and services. Brown Lee will also work closely with information governance and cybersecurity teams to develop policies and manage regulatory interactions.
Brown Lee joins Mastercard after more than three years at the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), where she was the chief privacy and civil liberties officer, serving as a principal advisor to the Attorney General and other senior leaders. In this role, she oversaw compliance for the department’s programs and initiatives, while also co-chairing the management team responsible for responding to potential data breaches and cyber incidents.
“Erika brings a unique perspective and experience in managing privacy programs across the government, regulatory, and private sectors,” said Tim Murphy, general counsel and chief franchise officer for Mastercard. “We look forward to her contributions in balancing the need for continued innovation with protecting the privacy and security of our customers’ data.”
Brown Lee joined DOJ after several years in private practice at Norton Rose Fulbright, where she managed data breach analysis and notification procedures and advised clients on state, federal and international data requirements. Earlier in her career, Brown Lee served at the Federal Trade Commission, including in the Division of Privacy & Identity Protection.
Brown Lee holds a Master of Laws from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Miami School of Law, and a Bachelor of Science from Boston College. She is a credentialed Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) for both Europe and the United States.
Spirit Airlines, Inc. (NASDAQ:SAVE) finalized the last transaction at value of $53.16, with a daily change of +0.17% or +0.09 points. The company maintained volume of 957.59 thousand shares. In past trading day, the stock hit the maximum price of $53.30 and touched to minimum value of $52.05. It has a market cap of $ 3.69B.
As of last trade close, the stock is trading downside -11.99% from its one year high of $60.40 and moved +43.02% upward from $37.17, which is one year low of the stock.
The stock traded above +2.61% from its 50-day moving average of $51.81. Furthermore, the stock moved up +3.25% to its 200-day MA of $ 51.49.
During the last month, Spirit Airlines, Inc.’s (SAVE) has changed 1.03% and performed 24.99% over the last 6 months. The mean rating score for this stock is at 2.20. This rating scale contains from 1 to 5 with 5 representing a Strong Sell, 1 signifying a Strong Buy and 3 demonstrating a Hold. The Volatility was noted at 2.44% in recent month and observed Weekly Volatility of 2.24%.