6 Stocks Drop to 52-Week Lows as Dow Rallies into Closing Bell
Here are 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:
- Gerdau S.A. (NYSE:GGB): Down 1.61% to $9.79. Gerdau S.A. manufactures steel. The Company produces crude, long, specialty, rolled, and drawn steel products. Gerdau manufactures its steel primarily in mini-mills. The Company operates in Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Argentina, Canada, and the United States.
- China Life Insurance Co. Ltd. (NYSE:LFC): Down 0.06% to $48.00. China Life Insurance Co., Limited offers a wide range of life, accident, and health insurance products and services.
- Lloyds Banking Group plc (NYSE:LYG): Down 3.36% to $2.88. Lloyds Banking Group plc, through subsidiaries and associated companies, offers a range of banking and financial services. The Company provides retail banking, mortgages, pensions, asset management, insurance services, corporate banking, and treasury services.
- Mobile Telesystems OJSC (NYSE:MBT): Down 0.58% to $18.81. Mobile TeleSystems provides mobile telephone services in Russia and the former Soviet Union. The Company uses the GSM 900/1800 standard, operating throughout Russia and throughout Belarus, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
- Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (NYSE:SID): Down 0.75% to $11.88. Companhia Siderurgica Nacional S.A. (CSN) manufactures iron and steel in Brazil. The Company operates mines, an integrated steel mill, service centers, ports, and railroads. CSN manufactures and distributes hot-rolled, cold-rolled, and galvanized steel products to the automobile, auto parts, civil construction, electrical equipment, and packaging industries.
- VimpelCom Ltd. (NYSE:VIP): Down 0.92% to $12.88. VimpelCom Ltd. provides telecom services. The Company offers wireless, mobile voice, fixed line, data, and internet services. VimpleCom operates in Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Georgia, Vietnam and Cambodia.
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