Chesapeake Energy Among These Stock Dropping to 52-Week Lows

Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK): The Department of Homeland Security has warned of a sophisticated campaign by hackers attempting to gain access to U.S. natural gas pipelines, reported Financial Times. No information was made available about the source or motive for the attack, which has been under way for several months, but industry experts said hackers may have been trying to disrupt supplies or access information about flows to use in commodities trading, according to the report. The shares closed at $17.48, up $0.55 or 3.25% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $16.55 to $35.75.

Augusta Resource (AMEX:AZC): Company appoints Joseph Longpre as successor effective immediately. Longpre was most recently Corporate VP advising on M&A and project finance transactions at URS Corporation. The shares closed at $2.29, up $0.07 or 3.15% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $2.10 to $5.55.

Banco Bilbao Viscaya (NYSE:BBVA): To make the euro zone work properly requires a single government, says British Prime Minister Cameron, according to the Daily Mail, reports Reuters. “There’s nowhere in the world that has a single currency without having more of a single government…Making sense of the euro for me would mean that those euro zone countries would have to have much more co-ordinated economic policy, much more co-ordinated debt policy,” he says. The shares closed at $6.48, down $0.38 or 5.54% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $6.35 to $12.13.

Consolidated Graphic (NYSE:CGX): Reports Q4 revenue $250.55M, consensus $260.7M. Reports Q4 net operating loss (57c), which includes long-lived asset impairment charges of $500,000. The shares closed at $30.03, down $5.41 or 15.27% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $30.52 to $58.89.

Credit Suisse Group (NYSE:CS): To make the euro zone work properly requires a single government, says British Prime Minister Cameron, according to the Daily Mail, reports Reuters. “There’s nowhere in the world that has a single currency without having more of a single government…Making sense of the euro for me would mean that those euro zone countries would have to have much more co-ordinated economic policy, much more co-ordinated debt policy,” he says. The shares closed at $20.95, down $0.69 or 3.19% on the day. They have traded in a 52-week range of $21.18 to $43.24.

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