Hospital Stock St. Jude Medical, Inc. (NYSE:STJ) Rises on Stock Upgrade


After the news that Boston Scientific Corporation (NYSE:BSX)’s stock at Oppenheimer had moved upward from Perform to Outperform, its shares went up by +2.93%. The company also appointed Craig Thompson as the Chief Medical Officer for interventional cardiology. On the 6th of January the stock went up by 3.35% and closed at a value of $12.33; the stock’s range over 52 weeks was between $5.86 and $12.55. Shares of Boston Scientific Corporation (NYSE:BSX) had their market capitalization market at a value of $16.46 whereas its capital share had outstanding shares of 1.34 million. The overall share volume of the stock during the last session of trading was 14.82 million.

Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI) got an offer from Liberty Medica (LMCA) to make it a wholly owned subsidiary of Liberty; following the news shares of Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI) earned a value of +6.02% at the stock exchange. The trading day started off with XM shares at a value of $3.84 which during the day rose to $3.86 and after going up by 7.28% and after going up by 7.28% closed at a value of $3.83; stock’s weekly performance was 8.81%.

Shares of St. Jude Medical, Inc. (NYSE:STJ) rose to +3.71% while Morgan Stanley bumped the stock up from Equal Weight to Overweight. The previous day’s trading closed at a share volume of 5.59 million where the stock’s average share volume is 2.00 million. The trading day opened at $62.78, gained a maximum value of $64.15 and ended at a value of $63.64 after rising by 4.00%.