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Energy : Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels | Mid Cap Value
Company profile

APA Corporation is an energy holding company. The Company operates through its subsidiaries: Apache Corporation and APA Corporation Suriname. It explores for and produces oil and gas. The Company's production segments include in the United States, Egypt's Western Desert and the United Kingdom's North Sea and Suriname. The Company's United States operations and interests are focused in the Permian Basin. The Company also includes assets in the East Texas Eagle Ford/Austin Chalk, the Gulf Coast and the Gulf of Mexico. Egypt includes onshore conventional assets located in Egypt's Western Desert; and the North Sea, which includes offshore assets based in the United Kingdom. Suriname includes offshore exploration activities.

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$27.19
0.11 (0.41%)
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Closing Price
$27.08
Day's Change
0.18 (0.67%)
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Day's High
27.18
Day's Low
26.44
Volume
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Volume:
9,682,610

10-day average volume:
10,049,673
9,682,610

Target to invest $200 million for debt-free education program launching in the fall

10:29 am ET August 4, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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Target Corp. (TGT) said Wednesday that it will offer a program starting in the fall that will provide its 340,000 U.S.-based part-time and full-time frontline workers with a debt-free education. The program will help with undergraduate degrees, certificate programs, textbooks and more at 40-plus schools, colleges and universities including University of Arizona, Oregon State University, and a number of HBCUs. Resources cover more than 250 areas of study. For those pursuing an education outside of the program guidelines, there are tuition assistance options. The move follows news from Walmart Inc. (WMT), which also recently updated its education program (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/walmart-will-pay-for-workers-college-tuition-and-books-removing-1-per-day-fee-2021-07-27) to eliminate the $1-per-day fee. Last week, Target announced another $75 million (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/target-to-invest-75-million-in-fresh-round-of-staff-bonuses-2021-07-29) labor investment, that one in worker bonuses. Target stock has rallied 48% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index has gained 17.5% for the period.

-Tonya Garcia

	

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August 04, 2021 10:29 ET (14:29 GMT)

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