stock market http://kuow.org en Twitter Pops To $44.90 A Share In Debut On Wall Street http://kuow.org/post/how-will-it-trend-click-here-watch-twitters-stock <strong><strong>6 p.m. ET: Twitter Shares Close At $44.90</strong></strong><p>At the end of its first day of public trading, shares of Twitter were valued at $44.90, reflecting a market value of more than $31 billion. The company sold 70 million shares of stock, raising $1.82 billion in the process.<p>Earlier Thursday, the company's shares soared from their initial public offering price of $26.<strong></strong><p><strong>2:35 p.m. ET:</strong><p>As you can see if you click on the player below, Twitter's stock has been trading around $47 a share in recent minutes.<p><strong>10:52 a.m. Thu, 07 Nov 2013 11:56:00 +0000 Mark Memmott 23404 at http://kuow.org Twitter Pops To $44.90 A Share In Debut On Wall Street Mayors Argue To Cut Fossil Fuel Stock, But Skeptic Urges Softer Approach http://kuow.org/post/mayors-argue-cut-fossil-fuel-stock-skeptic-urges-softer-approach <p>Investment advisors from across the country met on Friday in Seattle in hopes of cutting fossil fuels from the stock portfolios they manage. Tue, 22 Oct 2013 18:55:12 +0000 John Ryan 22433 at http://kuow.org Mayors Argue To Cut Fossil Fuel Stock, But Skeptic Urges Softer Approach Mayor McGinn Calls On Seattle To Divest From Fossil Fuels http://kuow.org/post/mayor-mcginn-calls-seattle-divest-fossil-fuels <p></p><p>Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn wants the city to get its money out of fossil fuels. He has called on the city’s two main retirement funds to divest millions of dollars invested in oil and gas companies.</p><p> Fri, 28 Dec 2012 02:36:11 +0000 John Ryan 5762 at http://kuow.org Mayor McGinn Calls On Seattle To Divest From Fossil Fuels Investors' Funds Are Recovering, But Not Their Nerves http://kuow.org/post/investors-funds-are-recovering-not-their-nerves Chicken Little was running wild 25 years ago today. But one could hardly blame the poultry for panicking.<p>On Oct. 19, 1987, the stock market plunged a record-setting 23 percent. The next day, the New York <em>Daily News</em>' front page screamed "<strong>Panic!</strong>" and a <em>New York Times</em> headline asked: "Does 1987 equal 1929?"<p>Turns out, the 1987 plunge was a mere stutter step. The Dow Jones industrial average, which closed at 1,739 that day, quickly bounced back. Fri, 19 Oct 2012 08:59:00 +0000 Marilyn Geewax 1980 at http://kuow.org