On Friday, Shares of Fitbit Inc (NYSE:FIT), added 0.13% and closed at $14.84 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $14.80 and $15.19. Fitbit (FIT), the global leader in the connected health and fitness market, declared the availability of Fitbit Charge 2™ at major retailers worldwide. With Charge 2, Fitbit has reimagined its best-selling fitness wristband, Fitbit Charge HR™1, with a new sleek look, innovative health and fitness tools based on its proprietary PurePulse® continuous wrist-based heart rate tracking, an improved fitness experience, and smarter technology.
Charge 2 has already captured high acclaim from both consumers and the media. Since becoming available on Amazon.com, it has been ranked the #1 best-selling device under multiple categories, counting Fitness & Activity Monitors and Heart Rate Monitors. Charge 2 has also been favorably reviewed by leading consumer technology news publications counting CNET and PC Magazine, receiving the “Editors’ Choice” award for fitness trackers from both publications.
Energy Transfer Equity LP (NYSE:ETE), jumped 1.27% and closed at $16.79 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $16.44 and $16.97. The company’s Market capitalization is $17.76 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 1.04 Billion. Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. provides diversified energy-related services in the Unites States. It owns and operates about 7,500 miles of natural gas transportation pipelines and three natural gas storage facilities in Texas; and about 12,300 miles of interstate natural gas pipelines. The company sells natural gas to electric utilities, independent power plants, local distribution companies, industrial end-users, and other marketing companies. Its midstream operations include ownership and operation of about 35,000 miles of in service natural gas pipelines, 31 natural gas processing plants, 21 natural gas treating facilities, and 4 natural gas conditioning facilities in Texas, New Mexico, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Louisiana; operation of natural gas gathering, oil pipeline, and oil stabilization facilities in South Texas, in addition to a natural gas gathering system in Ohio; and transportation and supply of water to natural gas producers in Pennsylvania. The companys natural gas liquid (NGL) transportation and services operations include ownership of about 2,000 miles of NGL pipelines, three NGL processing plants, four NGL and propane fractionation facilities, and NGL storage facilities. It also sells gasoline and middle distillates at retail; operates convenience stores mainly on the east coast and in the Midwest region of the United States; and gathers, purchases, stores, transports, markets, and sells crude oil, NGLs, and refined products. In addition, it provides natural gas compression services; treating services, such as carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide removal, natural gas cooling, dehydration, and British thermal unit administration services; and manages coal and natural resources properties, in addition to sells standing timber, leases coal-related infrastructure facilities, collects oil and gas royalties, and generates a total of 75 megawatts electrical power.