How Are Spectra Energy Corp.(NYSE:SE), Southern Copper Corp(NYSE:SCCO), and Valero Energy Corporation(NYSE:VLO) Faring?
New York, NY – GDP INSIDER – 10/16/2014.
This article discusses three companies: Spectra Energy Corp.(NYSE:SE), Southern Copper Corp(NYSE:SCCO), and Valero Energy Corporation(NYSE:VLO)
Spectra Energy Corp.(NYSE:SE) currently has a bid price of $34.09 x 100 and an offer price of $40.50 x 100. This $6.41 difference, combined with the company’s spiking trading volume, suggests that Spectra Energy’s value may fluctuate in the near future. The company, which will be releasing its third quarter 2014 earnings results before the markets open on Nov. 5th, recently announced collaboration with Northeast Utilities to satiate the demand for natural gas in New England.
Southern Copper Corp(NYSE:SCCO) is an Arizona-based company that is engaged in the mining, smelting, and refining of copper and other materials in several South American countries. On Oct. 7th, it was revealed that Palomino Bonilla Luis Miguel, the Director of Southern Copper, had sold 215 shares at $30.11 per share. The company, which currently has a trading price of $28.71, has closed within a range of $24.50 to $33.90 over the past 52 weeks.
Valero Energy Corporation(NYSE:VLO) will be reporting its third quarter 2014 earning results on Nov. 4th, 2014. Additionally, the company will also be hosting a conference call at 11AM EST on that same date. The Texas-based oil & gas refining & marketing company operates in the United States, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Canada. The company has traded within a range of $36.25 to $56.69 over the past 52 weeks.
HotStockGains.com provides investors and traders with trading strategies via text message and email. To obtain text message stock alerts service text the word BREAKOUT to 555888 from your cell phone.
Additionally, HotStockGains free newsletter provides market insight, tips, and trading strategies on NYSE, NASDAQ, OTCBB and PINK stocks.
Disclosure: HotStockGains is not a registered investment adviser and nothing contained in any materials should be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell securities. Investors should always conduct their own due diligence with any potential investment. Always seek help from a professional financial advisor (I am not one). Please visit http://hotstockgains.com/disclaimer/ for complete risks and disclosures.