On Tuesday, Shares of ArcelorMittal SA (ADR)(NYSE:MT), subtract -1.64% and closed at $5.99 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $5.95 and $6.20. ArcelorMittal, together with its auxiliaries, operates as an integrated steel and mining company worldwide. The company operates through five segments: NAFTA; Brazil; Europe; Africa & Commonwealth of Independent States; and Mining. It produces finished and semi-finished steel products. The companys products include flat products, such as slabs, plates, hot-and cold-rolled coils and sheets, hot-dipped and electro-galvanized coils and sheets, and tinplate and color coated coils and sheets; and seamless and welded pipes and tubes. It also offers long products, counting blooms and billets, bars, wire-rods, structural sections, rails, sheet piles, and wire-products. The company provides its steel products to the automotive, appliance, engineering, construction, energy, and machinery industries. It sells its products in local markets and through a centralized marketing organization in about 160 countries. In addition, the company produces mining products, counting iron ore lumps, fines, concentrates, and sinter feeds, in addition to coking, pulverized coal injection, and thermal coal.
Nokia Corp (ADR)(NYSE:NOK), jumped 0.52% and closed at $5.78 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $5.74 and $5.83. The company’s Market capitalization is $33.71 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 5.77 Billion. Nokia has attained Eta Devices, a US-based start-up specializing in power amplifier efficiency solutions for base stations, access points and devices. Eta Devices will bolster Nokia’s push to enhance base station energy efficiency, an increasingly important area for operators on the path to 4.9G and 5G.
The demand for data from consumers and businesses is surging, as is the number of connected devices and things, with operators increasingly needing power that is delivered both cost-effectively and sustainably. Eta Devices’ unique ETAdvanced power administration technology can reduce heat waste drastically through the use of a new amplifier that works like an automated gearbox, adjusting energy usage by constantly providing just the right amount of power required for a radio signal. This translates to savings for operators that can be invested as 4.9G and 5G approach. Eta Devices’ technology reduces the need for backup power, translating into smaller base station cabinets and reduced equipment breakdown rates, and supporting Nokia’s target to continuously strengthen the base station power efficiency of its products.
The acquisition of Eta Devices underlines Nokia’s commitment to invent, design, and deploy sustainable technologies that make a real difference to people’s lives, and take responsibility for the impact we make in the world. Nokia already offers a Zero Emission base station solution that reduces site energy consumption and CO2 emissions by up to 70 percent.
PepsiCo, Inc. (NYSE:PEP), lost -1.05% and closed at $107.10 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $106.58 and $108.37. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $93.25 and reached to max level of $110.94. Trick or treating is a staple of the Halloween season, but most of the focus in recent years has been on the treat. While we all love a good treat, Halloween falls flat without a good trick. That’s why Chester Cheetah is turning the tables on typical holiday traditions by finding opportunities for parents to get playful during the “31 Days of Halloween Mischief.” And a doll-sized Chester Cheetah will be watching from the dresser all month long as the Halloween season’s inspiration for pranks, tricks and wisecracks.
Throughout October, Cheetos, one of the flagship brands from PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division, is offering up 31 days of clever tricks to get everyone into the playful spirit of the holiday. The limited edition “Chester on the Dresser” doll and the “31 Days of Halloween Mischief” book, available at website.