Fiat Industrial SpA, LATAM Airlines Group SA and Markwest Energy Partners LP Emerged as Mid Cap Losers


At Credit Suisse, stock of

Fiat Industrial
Fiat Industrial

(BIT:FI) was downgraded from “Outperform” to “Neutral”. On the 13th of November, stocks of Fiat Industrial SpA (BIT:FI) ended at $9.75. The stock’s range over 50 weeks was between $7.57 and $9.80. Its overall market capitalization was recorded at $ 11.9 billion. Fiat has outstanding shares worth $1.22 billion.

Per share earnings of -$0.17 for its third quarter were announced by Markwest Energy Partners LP (NYSE:MWE). Markwest’s revenues went up by 49.9% year/year and are valued at $420.52 as opposed to the estimated figure of $453.47 million. Stocks of Markwest Energy Partners LP (NYSE:MWE) ended at $67.75 yesterday. Institutional ownership of stocks is 62% whereas the company’s insider ownership stands at 0.06% MWE’s share capital has outstanding shares worth $131.23 billion out of which shares 119.70 million are floated in the market.

Statistics for monthly traffic for the month of October were reported by LATAM Airlines Group SA (ADR) (NYSE:LFL). There was an increase of 3.1% in System Passenger Traffic with a 2.1% decrease in capacity. Stocks of LATAM Airlines Group SA (ADR) (NYSE:LFL) were traded at the start at $16.40 and went up as high as $16.48. At the end of the day the stocks went down to -1.56% and closed at $16.43. The weekly performance of the stock was -2.14%.