Companies Hitting 52-Week Stock Price Lows May 18th

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 $300 million:

  1. Bona Film Group Limited (NASDAQ:BONA): Down 1.55% to $5.09. Bona Film Group Limited is an integrated film group. The Company’s activities include film production and distribution as well as film advertising and owning movie theaters. Bona Film Group also operates a talent agency.
  2. ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ:CCIH): Down 1.1% to $12.57. ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd. provides Internet content and application delivery services in China. The Company provides a portfolio of services and solutions to businesses, government agencies and other enterprises.
  3. Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO): Up 0.06% to $16.65. 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.
  4. Citi Trends (NASDAQ:CTRN): Down 19.99% to $17.13. Citi Trends Inc., is a value-priced retailer of urban fashion apparel and accessories for the entire family. The Company offers quality, branded merchandise for men, women, and children including products from nationally recognized brands.
  5. Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO): 0% to $20.58. Frontline Limited owns a fleet of very large crude carriers and Suezmax tankers that transport crude oil and oil products between ports. The Company’s vessels are managed by ship management companies. Frontline conducts activities worldwide.
  6. Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ): Down 1.14% to $36.49. 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.
  7. Homex Development Corp. (NYSE:HXM): Up 2.52% to $24.00. Desarrolladora Homex S.A.B. de C.V. operates as a vertically integrated home builder. The Company purchases tracts of land, designs, constructs and markets homes for the lower and middle income markets, and assists clients with obtaining mortgages.
  8. National Bank of Greece SA (NYSE:NBG): Down 1.46% to $1.35. National Bank of Greece S.A. offers retail and corporate banking services. The Bank accepts deposits and offers loans, lease financing, mortgages, and investing and insurance services to industrial, commercial, and consumer clients. National Bank of Greece operates domestically and overseas.
  9. North American Energy Partners Inc. (NYSE:NOA): Down 25.17% to $7.61. North American Energy Partners Inc. is a resource services provider to oil and natural gas, and other natural resource companies, with a primary focus in the Canadian oil sands. The Company provides a range of mining and site preparation, piling and pipeline installation services.
  10. OfficeMax Incorporated (NYSE:OMX): Down 7.71% to $8.26. OfficeMax Inc sells and market office products. The Company distributes and retails a variety of products such as office supplies, technology products, and business furniture. OfficeMax sells through stores located throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, and many of the products are also sold through its catalog and online.
  11. Radian Group Inc. (NYSE:RDN): Up 0.64% to $4.71. Radian Group Inc. provides financial guarantee insurance. The Company’s products and services enable homebuyers to purchase homes more quickly and with smaller down payments, protect lenders against loan default, and lower the costs of mortgage origination and servicing. Radian also provides insurance and reinsurance to investors in corporate, municipal, and asset-backed securities.
  12. Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLS): Down 15.37% to $16.63. 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.
  13. Savient Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:SVNT): Up 1.61% to $8.20. Savient Pharmaceuticals Inc. develops, manufactures, and markets human health care products for niche and wider markets. The Company offers pharmaceutical products for a wide range of medical needs such as weight gain, drugs targeting the control of elevated uric acid levels in the blood, and rheumatology.
  14. Tellabs Inc. (NASDAQ:TLAB): Up 0.55% to $4.55. Tellabs, Inc. designs, manufactures, markets, and services voice, data, and video transport and network access systems. The Company’s products are used worldwide by public telephone companies, long-distance carriers, alternate service providers, cellular service providers, cable operators, government agencies, utilities, and business end-users.

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