George Oliver, CEO of Johnson Controls International PLC (NYSE: JCI), has sold the 23,905 shares of the company at an average price of $25.61. George Oliver has dumped shares for a total transaction of $612,207.05. After the transaction CEO George now owns 1,017,775 shares of Johnson Control International, worth $26,065,217.75.
JCI shares went down 2.23% at $25.47 during the last trading session. Johnson Controls International has a trading volume of roughly 6.79 million compared to its average volume of 9.98 million. JCI had a total market capitalization of $19.46 billion. The firm has a day low and day high range of $25.00 and $26.30, respectively.
Earlier, CEO George Oliver dumped 22,086 shares of Johnson Controls Internationals at an average price of $39.71, for a total value of $877,035.06 on February 3rd. JCI last shared its quarterly earnings data on Friday, January 31st.
On April 2, Johnson Controls International reduced the workdays for all salaried employees in the United States including those at its Wichita Manufacturing plant, as the company cut the cost during coronavirus outbreak.
Johnson Controls International’s inside ownership percentage is 0.61% and institutional ownership percentage is 91.14%. In 2020, total insider selling in quarter 1 was 1.78 million and in quarter 2 the outflows were 612k. While the institutional inflows in quarter 1 were 999 million and outflows were1.25 billion. In quarter 2, the outflows of institutional buying were 119k and inflows were 26k.
There are currently 1 sell rating 5 buy ratings and 4 hold ratings of Johnson Controls Internationals which suggest the overall rating of Hold. Johnson Controls International pays an annual dividend of $1.04 share, with a dividend yield of 4.08%. The company will be scheduled to pay the dividend to shareholders on April 10, 2020.
Johnson Controls International PLC works as a varied technology and multi industrial company worldwide. The company is operating through Building Technologies & Solutions and Power Solutions segments. The company designs, sells, installs, and services heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems, controls systems, integrated electronic security systems, and integrated fire detection and suppression systems for commercial, etc.
The company also provides lead-acid automotive batteries for passenger cars, light trucks, and utility vehicles, as well as advanced battery technologies to power start-stop, hybrid, and electric vehicles.
The company was previously known as Johnson Controls, Inc. and altered its name to Johnson Controls International PLC in September 2016. Johnson Controls International PLC was established in 1885 and has its head office in Cork, Ireland.