About 52-Week High/Low (daily): The 52-Week High/Low (daily) is a screening tool that lets you isolate securities whose prices have hit a new 52-week high or 52-week low sometime during the last full day of trading. Daily 52-Week highs and lows are updated throughout the trading day. You can isolate securities that meet one or more of the following criteria:
Exchange: Select "All" from the pulldown menu to search all publicly traded companies listed on all exchanges in the menu. Choosing a particular exchange or group of exchanges restricts the search to companies listed on the selected exchange(s).
Industry: Select "All" from the pulldown menu to search all publicly traded companies in our database. Choosing a particular industry restricts the search to companies in the selected industry.
During the trading day (Weekdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST), prices are delayed 15 minutes. Data for weekly, monthly and year-to-date gainers, losers, most actives and 52-week highs and lows are based on the latest available closing prices, which are updated after 7:30 p.m. EST each trading day. All prices are adjusted for stock splits.
52-Week High/Low: The one-year trading range for the security: its highest price followed by its lowest price during the last calendar year.
Company: Click on the company's name (when underlined) to view its corporate snapshot. These snapshots provide a brief description of the company's area(s) of concentration, its main sources of revenue, its annual financials, contact information, industry competitors and key corporate personnel.
New Highs (daily): Securities that hit a new 52-week high on the specified date.
New Lows (daily): Securities that hit a new 52-week low on the specified date.
Refresh: Click the Refresh button on the page during and up to half-an-hour after the end of the trading day to run your search again and refresh the page with the latest available information. Clicking your browser's Refresh or Reload button will NOT re-run the search with the latest available information.
Sorted by: As a default, the new highs and the new lows are sorted in alphabetical order (A to Z) by company name. To change the sort order to Z to A, click the Company Name column heading. Click the Symbol column heading once to sort the data alphabetically by Symbol, or click the heading a second time to reverse the sort order.
Symbol: Click a security symbol to view the latest available quote along with a six-day performance table and company news. Click on an index symbol to view the latest quote for the index, and the gainers, losers and most active securities traded on that index during the current or latest trading day.
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