7 Stocks Hit 52-Week Lows as Dow Dives 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 $2 billion:
- Cree Inc. (NASDAQ:CREE): Down 1.29% to $33.56. Cree, Inc. develops and manufactures semiconductor materials and electronic devices made from silicon carbide (SiC). The Company uses proprietary technology to make enabling compound semiconductors such as blue and green light emitting diodes, SiC crystals used in the production of unique gemstones, and SiC wafers that are sold for device production and research.
- Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE:DLB): Down 0.28% to $42.48. Dolby Laboratories Inc. develops audio signal processing systems for the motion picture, broadcasting, and music recording industries, as well as the consumer market.
- Gafisa S.A. (NYSE:GFA): Down 0.95% to $9.38. Gafisa S.A. acquires, operates, and develops real estate. The Company also operates in the civil engineering and construction sector.
- Logitech International SA (NASDAQ:LOGI): Down 3.22% to $11.11. Logitech International S.A. manufactures personal computer input devices. The Company produces computer mice which help the user move the cursor around the computer screen quickly, trackballs, game controllers, keyboards, PC video cameras, and multimedia speakers. The Company sells its products worldwide.
- Lloyds Banking Group plc (NYSE:LYG): Down 1.32% to $2.98. 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.
- Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV (NYSE:PHG): Down 10.33% to $23.36. Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. manufactures medical systems; domestic appliances; consumer electronics; and lighting. The Company produces imaging, ultrasound and healthcare informatics equipment; shaving and beauty and health and wellness products; displays, and peripherals; and lamps and luminaries.
- Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (NYSE:SID): Down 1.16% to $11.97. 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.
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