Companies Dropping to 52-Week Stock Price Lows Today

Here are stocks that hit their lowest price in the past 12 months. Note that this list excludes all stocks with a market capitalization less than $10 billion:

  1. China Mobile Limited (NYSE:CHL): Down 1.9% to $43.77. China Mobile Limited, through its subsidiaries, provides cellular telecommunications and related services in the People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong SAR.
  2. Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO): Down 1.09% to $16.35. Cisco Systems, Inc. supplies data networking products for the Internet. The Company’s Internet Protocol-based networking solutions are installed at corporations, public institutions and telecommunication companies worldwide. The Company’s solutions transport data, voice, and video within buildings, across campuses, and around the world.
  3. Gerdau S.A. (NYSE:GGB): Down 0.39% to $10.18. 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.
  4. Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ): Down 0.47% to $35.81. Hewlett-Packard Company provides imaging and printing systems, computing systems, and information technology services for business and home. The Company’s products include laser and inkjet printers, scanners, copiers and faxes, personal computers, workstations, storage solutions, and other computing and printing systems. Hewlett-Packard sells its products worldwide.
  5. China Life Insurance Co. Ltd. (NYSE:LFC): Down 2% to $50.39. China Life Insurance Co., Limited offers a wide range of life, accident, and health insurance products and services.
  6. Nomura Holdings Inc. (NYSE:NMR): Down 2.93% to $4.64. Nomura Holdings, Inc. is a holding company which manages financial operations for its subsidiaries. As a group, the Company provides a variety of financial services such as dealing, brokerage, underwriting, and asset management. Nomura Securities Co., a registered member of the New York and London Stock Exchanges, has branches around the world.
  7. Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLS): Up 2.08% to $16.71. Staples, Inc. retails office supplies, furniture, and technology. The Company’s customers include consumers and businesses in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Germany. Staples serves its customers through office superstores, mail order catalogs, the Internet, and a contract business.

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