Wall St. Watchdog reveals information about those large cap companies in the Consumer Cyclical sector that have had a positive return over the past week, in spite of the overall market’s dive.
- Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA): This company’s stock has returned 3.38% over the week-to-date period. The stock recently traded at $25.06 and its market capitalization is $2,577,191,000. About the company: Tesla Motors, Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells high-performance electric vehicles and electric vehicle powertrain components. The Company owns its sales and service network and sells electric powertrain components to other automobile manufacturers.
- Dunkin- Brands Group Inc (NASDAQ:DNKN): This company’s stock has returned 2.08% over the week-to-date period. The stock recently traded at $27.43 and its market capitalization is $3,297,503,000. About the company: The owner of Dunkin’ Donuts Baskin-Robbins has more than 14,800 points of distribution in 44 countries, and approximately 120 years of combined history.
- CLARCOR Inc. (NYSE:CLC): This company’s stock has returned 1.36% over the week-to-date period. The stock recently traded at $42.50 and its market capitalization is $2,142,441,000. About the company: CLARCOR Inc. manufactures and distributes filtration products for engine/mobile and industrial/environmental products, as well as consumer packaging products. The Company makes filters for a variety of automotive and heavy duty applications. CLARCOR’s packaging products include a variety of custom styled containers and packaging items.
- LKQ Corporation (NASDAQ:LKQX): This company’s stock has returned 1.31% over the week-to-date period. The stock recently traded at $23.22 and its market capitalization is $3,400,118,000. About the company: LKQ Corporation procures salvage vehicles, primarily at auctions, using locally based and centralized procurement systems. The company dismantles these vehicles for recycled products, and then sells recycled original equipment manufacturer products to automobile collision and mechanical repair shops and, indirectly, insurance companies and extended warranty companies.
(Note: Selected financial data are sourced from screener.co. All data are assumed to be accurate.)
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