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Atmos Energy Corporation is a fully-regulated, natural-gas-only distributor engaged primarily in the regulated natural gas distribution and pipeline businesses, as well as other nonregulated natural gas businesses. It operates through three segments: regulated distribution segment, which includes its regulated distribution and related sales operations; regulated pipeline segment, which includes pipeline and storage operations of its Atmos Pipeline-Texas Division, and nonregulated segment, which includes its nonregulated natural gas management, nonregulated natural gas transmission, storage and other services. Its nonregulated businesses provide natural gas management, transportation and storage services to local gas distribution companies, including certain of its natural gas distribution divisions and industrial customers in the Midwest and Southeast. It also manages its natural gas pipeline and storage assets, including its intrastate natural gas pipeline systems in Texas.

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Nio, other EV maker stocks fall as Tesla extends pullback

12:32 pm ET September 2, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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Shares of Nio Inc. (NIO) sank 4.6% in midday trading Wednesday, as they pulled a sharp U-turn after reaching an intraday record earlier in the session. The China-based electric vehicle maker's stock was up as much as 4.6% at its intraday high of $21.05, which was above the previous intraday record of $20.97 and record closing price of $20.44, both of which were reached on Aug. 26. The pullback comes amid a selloff in other EV makers, led by industry leader Tesla Inc.'s stock (TSLA), which took a 7.2% dive after the company disclosed that a large shareholder had recently sold 19.2 million Tesla shares (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/teslas-stock-sinks-into-correction-territory-after-disclosure-of-another-large-seller-2020-09-02). Tesla's stock has now dropped 11.5% since it closed at a record $498.32 on Monday. Among other EV makers, shares of Workhorse Group Inc. (WKHS) fell dropped 6.8% and Nikola Corp. (NKLA) shed 5.5%. The declines come as the S&P 500 rallied 0.8% toward a second-straight record hig (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/dow-futures-rise-about-200-points-ahead-of-adp-private-sector-jobs-report-beige-book-2020-09-02)h.

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September 02, 2020 12:32 ET (16:32 GMT)

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