On Tuesday, Shares of Office Depot Inc (NASDAQ:ODP), subtract -0.31% and closed at $3.25 in the last trading session. ODP stock opened its last trade at $3.30 and floating in a range of $3.23 to $3.31. The company’s Market capitalization is $1.73 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 543.93 million. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $3.11 and reached to max level of $7.99. The Earnings per Share of the company stands at $0.50. Office Depot, Inc. (ODP), a leading global provider of office products, services, and solutions, through its Office Depot and OfficeMax brands, recently declared that after reviewing both business and personal dynamics this year, all Office Depot and OfficeMax stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, allowing associates to spend time with their family and friends.
“As we evaluated our store hours for this holiday and weighed the business and personal considerations, we decided it was best to provide our associates with the day off to spend time with family and friends by closing our retail stores on Thanksgiving Day,” said Troy Rice, chief operating officer of North America for Office Depot, Inc. “While our stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, customers can shop our website starting at 12:01a.m. on Thursday for great Black Friday deals on laptops, gifts and office supplies.”
Customers can also choose in store pick up for their online purchases and pick up the items on Friday, November 25. Office Depot stores are planned to open at 6 a.m.
Shares of Bank of New York Mellon Corp (NYSE:BK), gained 1.86% and closed at $40.03 in the last trading session. BK stock opened its last trade at $39.78 and floating in a range of $39.61 to $40.10. The company’s Market capitalization is $42.55 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 1.07 Billion. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $32.20 and reached to max level of $44.73. The Earnings per Share of the company stands at $2.79. BNY Mellon, a global leader in investment management and investment services, has been appointed by Nordea, to provide custody services for its U.S. debt and equity portfolios valued at over $7 billion1.
Nordea is the largest financial services group in Northern Europe2 by market capitalisation and has a leading position in corporate, institutional, retail and private banking. It is also the leading provider of life and pensions products to the Nordic and Baltic Sea region. The Swedish-based company has an extensive distribution network with approximately 650 branches, call centres across the region and highly competitive online and mobile banking platforms.
Joakim Gustafson, Head of Product & Network Management at Nordea Bank, said: “Following a thorough review process that included site visits to U.S. and EMEA locations for a short-list of qualified institutions, we selected BNY Mellon. We were impressed by their drive to ‘go the extra mile’ and ability to combine an impressive customer technology interface with a high-touch EMEA-U.S. service model. Another crucial factor is that BNY Mellon has U.S. market specialists available during the EMEA morning prior to the U.S. market opening.”