Ciena Ord Shs (CIEN)
$56.16 0.65 (1.17%)
19:50 EDT CIEN Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $56.16
Market Cap 8.02B
PE Ratio 13.87
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.60M
Day's Range 55.43 - 56.61
52-Week Range 30.58 - 57.53
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Ciena earnings on Thursday morning have CIEN stock ticking lower despite reporting EPS and revenue figures that beat Wall Street expectations.
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Ciena (CIEN) earnings for the telecommunications company's fiscal first quarter of 2020 have CIEN stock on the rise Thursday.
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Ciena (CIEN) earnings for the telecommunication company's fiscal fourth quarter of 2019 have CIEN stock taking off on Thursday.
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Ciena (CIEN) stock was on the rise Thursday following the release of its earnings report for its fiscal third quarter of 2018.
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Campbell Soup Company (CPB), Ciena (CIEN) and Dollar General (DG) couldn't put a positive spin on their quarterly numbers on Thursday.
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Nokia (NOK) reported upbeat results from its software and mobile divisions, sending NOK stock soaring in early morning trading Thursday.
Ciena (CIEN) stock was down on Wednesday after the company released a poor earnings report for its fiscal first quarter of 2017.
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Carbon dioxide emissions from the 100 biggest U.S. electricity producers (NYSEARCA:XLU) fell 8% last year, as power producers shut coal plants in favor of cheaper and cleaner natural gas and renewables, according to a new report from the environmental group Ceres.Exelon (NASDAQ:EXC) is producing more zero-carbon electricity than any of its peers, the study says, but rather than joining some of its peers by setting a long-term net-zero emissions goal for 2050, the utility's goal is to reduce emissions from its operations by 15% by 2022, after achieving a previous target ahead of schedule.The future is too uncertain to set a 2050 goal, Exelon's chief innovation and sustainability officer Chris Gould tells the Washington Examiner, and suggests other utilities' targets are less meaningful given Exelon is ahead of its peers today.Gould, like other utility leaders, says that to reach 100% clean electricity, advancements are needed in technologies such as long-duration energy storage, carbon capture for coal and gas plants, and advanced nuclear reactors..
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Dominion Energy (D -9%) is today's biggest decliner on the S&P 500 after abandoning the $8B Atlantic Coast Pipeline project and selling its natural gas transmission and storage business to Berkshire Hathaway.The S&P utilities sector (XLU -1.5%) is the only group trading in the red today.On a call with analysts, Dominion CEO Thomas Farrell said the company is shedding risk by selling its gas pipeline and storage assets, as such projects are challenged by legal risks.Dominion's decisions are the result of the keep-it-in-the-ground movement's increasing its attention to pipelines rather than wells, as they require various federal and state permits which generally can be more easily litigated.The demise of Atlantic Coast also is seen as a warning on the Mountain Valley Pipeline project being developed by EQM Midstream Partners (ETRN) alongside NextEra (NEE -0.3%), Consolidated Edison (ED -1.4%) and others.EQM already had raised its cost estimate and delayed the expected completion of the $4.7B project to at least early 2021.
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