On Friday, Shares of Ally Financial Inc (NYSE:ALLY), added 1.32% and closed at $18.36 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $17.83 and $18.40. Ally Financial Inc., a diversified financial services company, provides a range of financial products and services mainly to automotive dealers and their retail customers in the United States. It offers dealer financial services, counting a range of financial services and insurance products to automotive dealers and retail customers. The company also provides automotive finance services for dealers, such as new and used vehicle inventory financing; inventory insurance; term loans, counting real estate and working capital loans; and vehicle remarketing services, in addition to vehicle service contracts (VCSs) and guaranteed automobile protection (GAP) products. In addition, it offers retail automotive financing for new and used vehicles, and leasing for new vehicles; consumer finance protection and insurance products, such as VSCs, maintenance coverage, and GAP products; commercial insurance products; and senior secured commercial-lending products. Further, the company, through its partner, Ally Bank provides savings and money market accounts, certificates of deposit, interest-bearing checking accounts, trust accounts, and individual retirement accounts; and online and mobile banking, electronic bill pay, remote deposit, and electronic funds transfer.
Duke Energy Corp (NYSE:DUK), jumped 0.11% and closed at $75.24 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $74.75 and $75.98. The company’s Market capitalization is $51.89 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 0.14 Billion. Duke Energy recently posted projected closure plans for 36 ash basins that are regulated by the federal Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) rule.
Power companies across the nation are required to disclose plans for how they will comply with the new federal regulation for hundreds of coal ash basins.
Duke Energy has already committed to safely close all of its 60 coal ash basins in ways that protect people, the environment and customers’ wallets.
When combined with past declarements, the company now plans to excavate 34 basins and safely cap another 18 basins across its fleet. The company will make closure decisions about remaining basins in the future.