52-Week high & Low: EDU, DV, AAPL, PPDI, BAC, MTG, MS
Monday, July 18, 2021 3:28 PM

As the Wall Street slide on global debt worries, several stocks recorded a new 52-week high/low. Some notable stocks are discussed here.

52-Week Highs

New Oriental Education & Technology Group ADS (NYSE: EDU) recorded a new 52-week high of $133 a share on trading volume of 900 thousand shares. The stock rose to its high after it reported strong fourth quarter FY 2011 financial results. Shares of EDU have been trading higher by 0.11 percent to $123.16 a share on Monday.

DeVry Inc. (NYSE: DV) hit a new high of $63.87 a share on trading volume of 250 thousand shares. The stock was upgraded by b y analysts at UBS to buy from neutral on Friday. DV is currently trading higher by 0.16 percent to $63.09 a share.

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) recorded a new high of $371.39 a share on trading volume of 12.2 million shares on Monday. Shares of Apple are trading higher by 1.64 percent to $370.92 a share.

Pharmaceutical Product Development Inc. (Nasdaq: PPDI) recorded a new 52-week high of $32.91 a share on trading volume of 5.1 million shares. Shares surged after Wall Street reported that the company is exploring a sale of its business. Shares of PPDi are trading higher by 11.59 percent to $31.09 a share.

52-Week Lows:

Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) recorded a new 52-week low of $9.53 a share on volume of 120 million shares. The stock is currently trading lower by 2.50 percent to $9.75 a share today as the broader market declines more than 1 percent.

MGIC Investment Corp. (NYSE: MTG) hit a new low of $4.40 on trading volume of 11 million shares. The average trading volume of the stock is 4 million shares. The stock hit its low after it reported disappointing second quarter FY 2011 earnings. The stock is currently trading lower by 24.33 percent to $4.54 a share.

Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) recorded a new low of $20.18 a share on trading volume 11 million shares as uncertainty in the banking sector rises. Shares of Morgan Stanley are currently trading lower by 2.66 percent to $20.53 a share.


 

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