Southern Company (SO) falls 0.54% in Light Trading on September 14

Equities Staff  |

Southern Company (NYSE: SO), a Atlanta, Georgia, company, fell to close at $65.97 Tuesday after losing $0.36 (0.54%) on volume of 3,252,679 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $66.64 to a low of $65.77 while Southern Company’s market cap now stands at $69,850,738,950.

Southern Company currently has roughly 29000 employees.

About Southern Company

Southern Company brings energy to homes and businesses across the country. The company mades its name as a leading producer of clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy, and it approaches each day as a vital step in building the future of energy. It's always looking ahead, and innovations in the industry—from new nuclear to deployment of electric transportation and renewables —helps brighten the lives and businesses of millions of customers nationwide.

Visit Southern Company’s profile for more information.

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