Danaher Acquires Navman Wireless and 3 Stocks Hitting 52-Week Highs

AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE:ACM): Closing price $25.75

AECOM said that it is one of sevenfirms awarded an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract worth as much as $350 million by the United States Agency for International Development to supply clean energy technical assistance. Through the five-year arrangement, AECOM may provide technical energy services such as the development of activities and strategy designs; the creation of enabling environments for clean energy development and energy-sector reform; the incorporation of  climate change into USAID mission programs; growing human resource capacity linked to energy services; promoting private-sector participation and investment; facilitating innovative financing approaches; assessment of the environmental implications of energy services; and enhancing disaster preparations, responses and recovery in the energy sector. Shares closed down 0.19 percent on the day at $25.75, and have been traded in a 52-week range of $14.50 to $25.80.

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Affiliated Managers Group (NYSE:AMG): Closing price $146.50

The firm posted fourth quarter economic earnings per share at $2.55, against a consensus of $2.43. Shares closed up 0.99 percent on the day at $146.50, having been traded in a 52-week range of $94.32 to $145.89.


Danaher Corporation (NYSE:DHR): Closing price $61.00

The fleet and asset management tech provider Navman Wireless has purchased by Danaher Corporation, and will function as a standalone Danaher operating company, keeping the Navman Wireless brand, along with its personnel and locations. Financials of the transaction were not reported. Shares closed up 0.48 percent on the day at $61.00, and have been traded in a 52-week range of $49.18 to $61.43.


Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS): Closing price $147.10

Goldman Sachs wants to divest more of its shares in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China for the fifth time in recent years, says The Financial Times, which added that the firm was offering $1 billion worth of ICBC stock at a 3 percent discount to its close in Hong Kong on Monday, according to an inside source. Shares closed up 2.05 percent in the day at $147.10, having been traded in a 52-week range of $90.43 to $146.74.


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