On Thursday, Shares of Petroleo Brasileiro SA Petrobras (ADR) (NYSE:PBR), added 3.19% and closed at $11.00 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $10.40 and $11.02. Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. Petrobras operates as an integrated energy company in Brazil and internationally. Its Exploration and Production segment engages in the exploration, development, and production of crude oil, natural gas liquids, and natural gas; and sale of crude oil and oil products produced at natural gas processing plants in domestic and foreign markets. The companys Refining, Transportation and Marketing segment is involved in the refining, logistics, transport, and trading of crude oil and oil products, in addition to exports ethanol and invests in petrochemical companies. This segment also engages in the extraction and processing of shale. The companys Gas and Power segment engages in the transportation and trade of natural gas and liquid natural gas; generation and trade of electricity; holding interests in natural gas transportation and distribution, and thermoelectric power plants; and fertilizer business. Its Biofuels segment is involved in the production of biodiesel and its co-products, in addition to in the investment, production, and trading of ethanol, sugar, and the electric power generated from sugarcane bagasse.
Best Buy Co Inc (NYSE:BBY), jumped 0.15% and closed at $39.83 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $38.76 and $39.98. The company’s Market capitalization is $13.11 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 317.27 million. A new Parent-Millennial Child Tech Survey from Best Buy finds that fewer than one-third of millennials think their parents are very comfortable buying the right personal tech for themselves. Parents strongly disagree, however, with 66 percent saying they do just fine, thank you very much.
The just-released survey reveals similar misconceptions about tech support among parents and their millennial kids: almost half (47 percent) of millennials say their parents turn to them for tech assist at least once a week. But parents say they’re not nearly so dependent on their kids: only 17 percent said they seek assist from their kids that often. Parents do admit, though, to asking their children for assist, with more than half saying they ask for assist at least once a month.
“We’re often told that young people are more interested in and know more about technology than older adults, but that isn’t necessarily true,” said Derek Meister, a Cleveland-based Agent with Best Buy’s Geek Squad. “This survey reinforces what we see every day — parents are often tech savvy and seek advice in very different ways.”
Among the survey’s other key findings:
Millennials give parents little credit for making the most of their tech. While 60 percent of parents claim they know how to get the most from their technology, only 33 percent of adult children give their parents credit for really understanding their gear.
Dad relies on reviews, mom on son. Gender also plays a role in sourcing tech advice. Among parents who considered their children to be the most trustworthy source of advice, 64 percent are moms and 36 percent are dads. Dad, in fact, prefers expert reviews (60 percent) to advice from his millennial son or daughter. Moms tend to turn to their sons for tech assist more often than their daughters, with 39 percent of sons being tapped contrast with 28 percent of daughters.
Smart home devices intrigue – and confuse. In an interesting paradox, smart home devices are the products parents are most interested in but confess they’re not confident enough to buy (20 percent). Parents also have interest but lack confidence in selecting streaming devices (18 percent), smartwatches (13 percent) and home theater systems (13 percent).
Happy to assist, regardless. One source of agreement from the survey? Some 62 percent of parents say their adult children are happy to assist and 58 percent of adult children confirmed that.
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:APC), jumped 0.22% and closed at $64.07 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $62.72 and $64.37. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $35.59 and reached to max level of $553.62. Anadarko Petroleum Corporation engages in the exploration, development, production, and marketing of oil and gas properties. It operates through three segments: Oil and Gas Exploration and Production; Midstream; and Marketing. The Oil and Gas Exploration and Production segment explores for and produces oil, condensate, natural gas, and natural gas liquids (NGLs). The Midstream segment provides gathering, processing, treating, and transportation services to Anadarko and third-party oil, natural-gas, and NGLs producers, in addition to owns and operates gathering, processing, treating, and transportation systems in the United States. The Marketing segment markets oil, natural gas, and NGLs in the United States; oil and NGLs internationally; and anticipated liquefied natural gas production from Mozambique. The companys asset portfolio includes U.S. onshore resource plays in the Rocky Mountains area, the southern United States, the Appalachian basin, and Alaska; the deepwater Gulf of Mexico; and in Algeria, Ghana, Mozambique, Colombia, Côte dIvoire, New Zealand, Kenya, and other countries.