Gainers in Spotlight – Twitter Inc, Johnson & Johnson, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and JPMorgan Chase & Co

Twitter Inc
Twitter Inc

iOS isn’t the only new thing that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has given its iPhone. A major change in the new OS is that gaming accessories can be accessed by third party. The cellular phone gaming world is currently ruled by Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita and now Nvidia Shield powered by Android; Apple so far has not taken initiatives to tap into the market of hardware for game controllers and therefore has not been able to increase its user pool even more. Stocks of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) started trading at $519.03 and went up as high as $523.38 during the day’s session and towards the end of the trading day the stocks closed at $519.55 after going up by 0.18%. Apple’s stocks had a -0.09% weekly performance.

Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) has taken a keen interest in experimenting with newer app updates. Twitter’s new update allows a few feature updates for every version of Twitter; however depending on the type of experimental bucket the user falls into, the user might see different Twitter “versions” after updating today. Shares of Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) ended at $41.39 yesterday. Insider ownership of the stock is 1.10%. TWTR has outstanding shares of 474.70 million in the company’s capital share; out of these outstanding shares 459.80 share volume has been floated in the market.

A settlement worth $13 billion was reached by JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) on Tuesday. The company and its mortgage businesses are facing a few lawsuits; these mortgage businesses were bought back in 2008 from Bear Stearns and Washington Mutual. On the last day of trading, stock of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) had a share volume of 2,500.00, whereas the average share volume of the company is 20.65 million. JPMorgan’s shares opened at $55.97 and went up as high as $56.64 and closed at $56.15 after going up by 0.74%.

To provide compensation to some of its customers Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) offered to pay $2.5 billion in order to settle thousands or so lawsuits that were filed against the company by the customers who claimed that they experienced negative results of some of the company’s artificial hips. Stock of Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) saw an increase by 0.59% on the 19th of November after ending at $94.86. The stock’s 52 week range was between $68.60 and $94.92. Johnson & Johnson has a $267.64 billion market capitalization. During the last session of trading, the company’s stock had an average share volume of 7.42 million. The company’s share capital has outstanding shares of 2.82 billion.