On Wednesday, Shares of Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), added 2.30% and closed at $12.48 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $12.22 and $12.53. Ford Transit vans U.S. sales grew 6 percent last month with 10,799 vans sold. Overall Ford U.S. September sales totaled 204,447 vehicles, an 8 percent decline as compared to a year ago.
Retail sales declined 4 percent in September, with 162,327 vehicles sold for the month. Fleet sales of 42,120 vehicles, counting daily rental, commercial and government segments, were down 21 percent, consistent with the company’s plan to front-load fleet sales this year. Sales to daily rental companies declined 36 percent for the month.
“We continue seeing strong customer demand, especially for vans and pickup trucks, counting our all-new Super Duty,” said Mark LaNeve, Ford vice president, U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service. “Demand for a rich mix of our all-new Super Duty pickups assisted boost Ford’s average transaction prices by $1,100 as compared to a year ago, outpacing the industry’s $400 average.”
MGM Resorts International (NYSE:MGM), jumped 1.56% and closed at $26.64 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $26.34 and $26.85. The company’s Market capitalization is $15.09 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 565.61 Million. Chocolate-lovers beware! Zombies in search of their next victim haunt Jean Philippe Pâtisserie at Bellagio and ARIA with Halloween-themed displays at both iconic pastry shop locations. From gory and gruesome body parts to whimsical cakes and pastries, the displays cater to every guest, no matter how they prefer to celebrate the holiday. Executive Pastry Chef Claude Escamilla and his talented team worked diligently for eight months to create more than 45 festive showpieces that place the undead at center stage. With a year of planning, countless sketches and hundreds of ideas from skilled pastry artists, the final display showcases their hard work through a cake closely resembling human flesh, tombstones straight out of a horror movie and many more hair-raising pieces.
was very much inspired by my favorite TV program, “The Walking Dead,” said Escamilla. “When I was watching the show, I kept thinking about how I could take the characters and turn them into life-size creations for the holiday.”
ARIA’s main showpiece is a 200-pound, six-foot-tall male zombie made out of chocolate and rolling fondant. Because of his bold, statuesque position near the shop, guests are encouraged to take goosebump-worthy selfies with him if they dare. Another sight to behold is the life-size skeleton perched in a chocolate electric chair. This design took the team more than 70 hours to complete, using about 130 pounds of white and dark chocolate.
Prudential Financial Inc (NYSE:PRU), gained 2.66% and closed at $84.79 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $82.79 and $85.24. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $57.19 and reached to max level of $88.70. Prudential Short Duration High Yield Fund, Inc. (ISD) (the “Fund”), a diversified, closed-end administration investment company, declared recently its unaudited investment results for the quarter ended August 31, 2016.
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