On Friday, Shares of Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C), added 3.12% and closed at $47.23 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $46.06 and $47.50. Citi, acting through Citibank N.A., has been designated by Solvay SA (“Solvay”), a leading international chemical and advanced materials company, as depositary bank for its Level 1 American Depositary Receipt (ADR) programme, which trades on the US over-the-counter (OTC) marketplace under the symbol “SOLVY”. Each ADR represents 1/10 of an ordinary share. Solvay’s ordinary shares are listed and trade on Euronext Brussels and Paris under the symbol “SOLB”.
Maria Alcon-Hidalgo, Head of Corporate Treasury & Insurance, commented, “Solvay’s recent acquisition of US-based Cytec has established the Group as the world’s second leading player in aerospace composite materials, boosting our customized solution offerings in lightweighting and supporting our ambition to lead in sustainable chemistry. Furthermore, Cytec has strengthened Solvay’s presence in the US and we look forward to leverage Citi’s large network to enhance our visibility and access to shareholders in the region.”
“Citi is delighted to be designated by Solvay as depositary bank for its Level 1 ADR programme,” said Dirk Jones, Global Head of Issuer Services, at Citi. “We look forward to working closely with Solvay, leveraging our global equity distribution network and providing best-in-class service to assist them in fulfilling their aims.”
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), jumped 1.15% and closed at $37.75 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $37.44 and $37.92. The company’s Market capitalization is $180.65 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 4.73 Billion. Female comedian superstar Amy Schumer knocked electronic dance music (EDM) DJ Armin van Buuren off of the list to become the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to Intel Security. Now in its 10th year, the McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities™ study, published by Intel Security, researched a broad list of well-known figures counting actors, comedians, musicians, TV hosts, athletes and more. This research uncovers which celebrities generate the most dangerous search results that could expose fans to viruses and malware while searching for the most recent information on recently’s pop culture icons.
Amy Schumer is considered to be one of the most popular female comedians who is also known for her work as a writer, actress and producer. Now Schumer can add “first female comedian to take the No.1 spot on the McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities™ study” to her list of achievements. Justin Bieber came in hot on her heels at No. 2, followed by “Recently” and “The Voice” host Carson Daly (No. 3). Schumer is also accompanied by comedian peers in the top 10 with Chris Hardwick (No. 7) and Daniel Tosh (No. 8). Former rapper turned Hollywood A-lister Will Smith is joined by chart-topping musicians such as Rihanna (No. 5), Miley Cyrus (No. 6), Selena Gomez (No. 9) and Kesha (No. 10), rounding out the top 10 list.
Savvy cybercriminals continue to leverage consumers’ ongoing fascination with celebrity news – such as award and TV shows in addition to movie premieres, album releases, celebrity breakups and more – to entice unsuspecting fans to visit sites loaded with malware that can steal passwords and personal information. The study conducted by Intel Security highlights the various ways hackers can take advantage of consumers’ interest around pop culture news, the risks of their online behavior and how to best protect themselves from potential threats.