12 Stocks Hit 52-Week Lows As Dow Jones Jumps 134 Points

Here are 12 stocks that hit 52-week lows in today’s trading. Note that this list excludes all stocks with a market capitalization less than $10 billion:

  1. AFLAC Inc. (NYSE:AFL): Up 0.79% to $35.54. Aflac, Inc. is a general business holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides supplemental insurance to individuals in the United States and Japan. Aflac’s products include accident/disability plans, cancer expense plans, short-term disability plans, sickness and hospital indemnity plans, hospital intensive care plans, and fixed-benefit dental plans.
  2. The Allstate Corporation (NYSE:ALL): Up 0.08% to $24.45. The Allstate Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides property-liability insurance, as well as other types of insurance in the United States and Canada. The Company primarily sells private passenger automobile and homeowners insurance through independent and specialized brokers. Allstate also sells life insurance, annuity, and group pension products through agents.
  3. Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB): Down 1.9% to $38.17. Deutsche Bank AG is a global financial service provider delivering commercial, investment, private and retail banking. The Bank offers debt, foreign exchange, derivatives, commodities, money markets, repo and securitization, cash equities, research, equity prime services, loans, convertibles, advice on M&A and IPO’s, trade finance, retail banking, asset management and corporate investments.
  4. HSBC Holdings plc (NYSE:HBC): Down 0.62% to $41.46. HSBC Holdings plc is the holding company for the HSBC Group. The Company provides a variety of international banking and financial services, including retail and corporate banking, trade, trusteeship, securities, custody, capital markets, treasury, private and investment banking, and insurance. The Group operates worldwide.
  5. ICICI Bank Ltd. (NYSE:IBN): Up 0.58% to $36.13. ICICI Bank Limited operates a network of bank’s located throughout India. The Group specializes in retail and corporate banking, in addition to Forex and treasury operations. ICICI Bank also provides a wide variety of investment banking, insurance and financial services to its clients.
  6. Infosys Technologies Limited (NASDAQ:INFY): Up 1.57% to $48.41. Infosys Technologies Limited provides IT consulting and software services, including e-business, program management and supply chain solutions. The Group’s services include application development, product co-development, and system implementation and system engineering. Infosys targets businesses specializing in the insurance, banking, telecommunication and manufacturing sectors.
  7. China Life Insurance Co. Ltd. (NYSE:LFC): 0% to $37.65. China Life Insurance Co., Limited offers a wide range of life, accident, and health insurance products and services.
  8. Arcelor Mittal (NYSE:MT): Up 0.95% to $20.17. ArcelorMittal produces steel. The Company manufactures cold rolled, electrogalvanized and coated steels, slabs, special quality bars, and wire rods. Arcelor Mittal has steel making operations in Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa.
  9. POSCO (NYSE:PKX): Up 1.94% to $89.69. POSCO manufactures various types of steel products. The Company produces hot rolled steel, cold rolled steel, stainless steel, and other forms of steel. The products are mainly used for automobile, construction, and shipbuilding industries.
  10. Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. (NYSE:SLT): Up 0.37% to $10.90. Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. manufactures a wide range of electrical wires and related products. The Company’s products include copper cathodes, continuous cast copper rods, power transmission line aluminum conductors, sulphuric acid and phosphoric acid. Sterlite Industries also manufactures zinc and lead products.
  11. The Travelers Companies, Inc. (NYSE:TRV): Up 0.65% to $48.30. The Travelers Companies, Inc. provides commercial property casualty insurance and asset management services to businesses, government units, associations and individuals. The Company underwrites homeowners and auto insurance through independent agents.
  12. Tenaris SA (NYSE:TS): Up 1.21% to $31.67. Tenaris S.A. manufactures seamless steel pipe products on a global basis. The Company also provides pipe handling, stocking, and distribution services to the oil and gas, energy, and mechanical industries. In addition, Tenaris supplies welded steel pipes for gas pipelines in South America.

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