On Wednesday, Shares of Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. (NASDAQ:SINO), added 178.10% and closed at $6.73 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $3.45 and $7.87. Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. (SINO) (“Sino-Global”, the “Company” or “us”), a non-asset based global shipping and freight logistic integrated solution provider, recently declared its financial and operating results for the quarter ended September 30, 2016. The Company has also offered extensive industry information on its Form 10-Q filed this afternoon, and administration encourages shareholders to review the document for both background on Sino-Global’s business and history in addition to strategy for the coming fiscal year.
Regions Financial Corp (NYSE:RF), dropped -4.73% and closed at $12.89 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $12.87 and $13.35. The company’s Market capitalization is $16.18 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 1.23 Billion. Regions Bank recently declared that Jack Hirsch, an Institutional Services Area Manager in Birmingham, is the November 2016 recipient of the Regions Bank Better Life Award. The Better Life Award is the top honor given to a Regions associate for outstanding dedication and job performance in addition to exemplary involvement and commitment to the community.
Hirsch survived a mine explosion while serving as a U.S. Marine turret gunner in Iraq in 2004.
“It was a blinding and deafening experience. I remember the taste of dust and metal,” he said. “Thankfully, I didn’t suffer any serious wounds and recovered quickly.”
Hirsch returned home — and to his post at Regions in South Alabama — with a Purple Heart and a determination to make life better for others. Soon he assisted Regions form a strong partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama, a nonprofit organization that provides one-to-one mentoring services for young people. Regions is donating $1,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters on Hirsch’s behalf.
“Every child deserves an opportunity to grow and learn, and to put to practice the lessons they’ve attained along the way,” Hirsch said. “Big Brothers Big Sisters creates environments that allow this to happen.”
When Hirsch transferred to Birmingham in 2013, he found another way to assist children flourish. “I’m a volunteer Upward Basketball coach at Green Valley Baptist Church,” Hirsch said. “I assist my players sharpen their athletic skills, while learning the importance of good sportsmanship and upright character for success in all areas of their lives.”