Molycorp Announces Public Offering Pricing and 3 Heavily Traded Shares Buzzing Today

Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC): Current price $11.60

Bank of America, known for their long-standing commitment to arts and culture in San Antonio, is offering local cardholders a chance to “put more museum” into their lives in 2013 with their “Museums on Us” program. Launched last week, bank cardholders will gain free admission to four of San Antonio’s most beloved museums: the McNay, San Antonio Children’s Museum,San Antonio Museum of Art and the Witte Museum.

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Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK): Current price $4.1850

The European Commission has sealed the deal with a coalition of technology companies in an effort to help fill up to 700,000 technology related jobs in the region. The companies include computing leader HP, European cellular network Telefonica, phone maker Nokia Corporation, networking firm Cisco, and British chip-designer ARM, among others.

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Molycorp Inc (NYSE:MCP): Current price $7.6802

Molycorp, Inc. announced the pricing of their previously released public offering of 37,500,000 shares of their common stock at $6.00 per share as well as a $150 million aggregate principal amount of their 5.50% Convertible Senior Notes due in 2018 in separate registered public offerings.

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Research In Motion Limited (NASDAQ:RIMM): Current price $17.68

Research In Motion Limited has been appealing to developers’ pockets, claiming that people who build for their platforms tend to make more money than their equivalents on iOS and recently launched a $10 thousand “Developer Commitment.” This is the company’s promise that said high-quality apps, those those that are “Built for BlackBerry,” will be rewarded for their efforts. It means if your app is eligible and you only earn $1,500 from it, RIM will make up the difference to $10,000.

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