On Thursday, Shares of Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR), subtract -0.99% and closed at $3.99 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $3.90 and $4.03. Frontier Communications Corporation is a Fortune 500 company and a leader in providing communications services to urban, suburban, and rural communities in 29 states. Frontier offers various services to residential customers over its fiber-optic and copper networks, counting video, high-speed internet, advanced voice, and Frontier Secure® digital protection solutions. Frontier Business Edge™ offers communications solutions to small, medium, and enterprise businesses.
Precision Drilling Corp (USA)(NYSE:PDS), jumped 4.27% and closed at $4.52 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $4.35 and $4.64. The company’s Market capitalization is $1.38 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 293.24 Million. Precision Drilling Corporation (“Precision”) (PD.TO) (PDS) intends to release its 2016 third quarter results before the market opens on Friday, October 21, 2016 and has planned a conference call and webcast to begin promptly at 12:00 p.m. MT (2:00 p.m. ET) on the same day.
Boeing Co (NYSE:BA), lost -0.18% and closed at $134.42 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $133.68 and $135.00. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $102.10 and reached to max level of $150.59. Boeing [NYSE: BA] recently released the following statement in response to the International Civil Aviation Organization’s adoption of a carbon-offset system:
“Boeing commends the International Civil Aviation Organization for adopting a carbon-offset system for international aviation that will assist the industry achieve its aim of reducing emissions.
“This historic agreement represents the world’s first sector-based, global market mechanism to address climate change and is complementary to the first-ever CO2 standard for airplane emissions that ICAO adopted earlier this year. These two noteworthyagreements result from several years of partnershipby international experts from ICAO member states, the aviation industry and non-governmental organizations.
“The market-based carbon-offset system and CO2 standard are integral to the four-pillar approach the industry is taking to stop the growth of emissions by 2020 and cut them in half by 2050 relative to 2005 levels. These efforts also include: investing in new, more efficient aircraft; improving operational performance of the in-service fleet; improving the efficiency of air traffic administration and other infrastructure; and scaling up the use of sustainable alternative fuels.