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3 Stocks Making News: RiteAid, Intel, Alcoa


RiteAid (RAD) is helping its customers give to the charity of their choice through KidCents, an in-store program dedicated to supporting charities that promote the health of children. The stock was down 1.98% on Tuesday to finish at $6.42. Just by coincidence, the company has a $6.42 billion market cap.

Intel (INTC) announced a dividend, 22.5 cents per share or 90 cents per share annually. The dividend will be paid quarterly for the first time in December to shareholders of record as of November 7th. The stock declined 0.23% to close at $34.54, at the upper end of its 52-week range.

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Alcoa (AA) has an underwritten public offering of 25, 000, 000 depository shares. The stock fell 1.97% on Tuesday, but it is at the upper end of its 52-week range.



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