12:05 PM New York City, New York – GE agreed to sell its Energy Financial Services business to Apollo Global Management. Hyatt Hotels agreed to acquire Two Roads Hospitality for $480 million. Trilogy Metals fell after net loss widened. Village Super Market net declined after weak sale growth.
Tollbooth Index dropped 74.79 or 0.5% to 16,038.94 but for the year-to-date soared 16.6%.
General Electric Company
) jumped 3.2% or 42 cents to $13.60 after the industrial conglomerate agreed to sell its $1 billion portfolio of its Energy Financial Services business to asset manager Apollo Global Management, LLC.
The transaction is expected to close in the fourth-quarter of this year.
Hyatt Hotels Corp
) fell 70 cents to $74.97 after the luxury hotels and resorts operator today agreed to acquire international lifestyle hotel manager Two Roads Hospitality for about $480 million.
The transaction is expected to close by the end of this year.
Richardson Electronics, Ltd
) increased 1.4% or 12 cents to $8.76 ahead of the power grid and microwave tubes maker’s scheduled release of its first-quarter earnings results on October 10.
Trilogy Metals Inc
) slipped 1.5% or 3 cents to $1.90 after the mineral resource explorer stated net loss in the third-quarter ending in August widened to $9.9 million or 8 cents per diluted share from $9 million or 9 cents in the same quarter last year.
Village Super Market, Inc
) gained 1.8% or 47 cents to $25.91 after the convenience stores and grocery retailer said net sales in the fourth-quarter ending on July 28 rose 0.7% from a year ago to $413.6 million.
Same store sales in the quarter decreased 0.3%.
Net income in the quarter declined 11.7% to $6 million or 42 cents per diluted share from $6.8 million or 47 cents in the same quarter last year.