Dallas, Texas 04/04/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – The National Science Teachers Association NSTA held an annual conference in Boston. E I Du Pont De Nemours And Co(NYSE:DD) recognized teachers for teaching excellence in the field of Science, Technology, Education, Mathematics and Agriculture Science and their partner organization STEMConnector(R) for advancing science education. DuPont honored the award winners and also recognized the impact that the great teachers have on students. This function was held at the Boston Museum of Science.
The market position and review of E I Du Pont De Nemours And Co(NYSE:DD)
The company is valued at $63.53B and was last closed $68.12. It traded between $68.12 to $68.48 and if we were to see the trends of past 52-week, then the stock traded between $48.21 to $68.48.
The reviews suggests that the stock price per share can be seen at $1.59 per share and it is still $0.03 better than the same quarter previous year. Investors should also keep this in mind that the complete year’s EPS estimate is of $4.32 which is $0.44 better than the previous year. One thing that should be keep in mind is that the average price target is $68.29 and this is 0.25% above the stock opening rate on 3rd April.
To summarize about E I Du Pont De Nemours And Co(NYSE:DD)
This is a science and technology based company that operates worldwide. The company’s Agriculture segment provides hybrids of many cash crops like soybean, sunflower,wheat, canola and rice etc. The company also has Electronics and Communications segment that supplies materials and systems, Apart from the before mentioned segments there are few more like Industrial Biosciences segment, the Nutrition and Health segment, the Performance Chemicals segment, the Safety and Protection segment, the Pharmaceuticals segment etc. The company was founded in the year 1802 and has its headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware.
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