On Thursday, Shares of Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT), added 2.51% and closed at $70.54 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $69.39 and $72.20. Target Corporation (TGT) recently declared its Black Friday deals and various easy, compelling opportunities for guests to save throughout the month. In addition to offering Target’s lowest prices ever on some of the hottest gifts and must-have products during Black Friday weekend, the retailer is bringing back its popular “10 Days of Deals” promotion, featuring deep daily discounts on specific merchandise categories, counting Electronics, Toys, Beauty and more. For guests who want to get a jump start on their holiday shopping, starting recently through Thursday, Nov. 10, Target’s “Black Friday Early Access Sale” allows guests to shop a selection of Black Friday deals on Target.com and, new this year, in all stores via Cartwheel.
“We know that millions of our guests look forward to spending their Black Friday with us each year,” said Janna Potts, executive vice president and chief stores officer, Target. “Our teams are energized and ready to go. We can’t wait to join the excitement of what has become a favorite holiday tradition for many of our guests when we open our doors to greet them at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving.”
Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), dropped -0.64% and closed at $119.54 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $119.02 and $121.10. The company’s Market capitalization is $334.27 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 2.72 Billion. As part of its longstanding commitment to Africa, Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) recently declared the launch of the Africa Innovation Challenge, an program to support Africa’s vibrant and growing innovation ecosystem and to assist develop important and locally sustainable consumer health solutions. The challenge is the most recent program in the company’s comprehensive approach to advancing health and innovation worldwide. The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies’ presence in Africa dates back more than 80 years and includes business operations, public health programs and corporate citizenship.