52-Week High & Low Stocks: HK, STAA, SUSS, ARO, HPQ, HOLI
Friday, August 19, 2021 2:39 PM



As the US market traded in flat note, several stocks recorded a new 52-week high/low today. Some notable stocks are discussed here.

Petrohawk Energy Corp. (NYSE: HK) recorded a new all-time high of $38.72 today, with a trading volume of more than 5.05 million shares. The company’s alleged merger with BHP Billiton received approval from the US regulatory authority. Shares of Petrohawk added 0.05 percent or 2 cents to trade at $38.72.

Staar Surgical Co. (Nasdaq: STAA) hit a new 52-week high of $7.03 with a trading volume of more than 151 thousand shares. The company posted 19 percent growth in its fiscal 2011 second quarter to $16.3 million. Shares gained 3.87 percent or 26 cents to trade at $6.97.

Susser Holdings Corp. (Nasdaq: SUSS) recorded a new 52-week high of $19.53 today, with a trading volume of 104 thousand shares. The company registered net earnings of $23.7 million, or $1.36 per share in its FY2011 Q2, versus a net loss of $1.9 million, or 11 cents per diluted share, a year earlier. Shares added 2.97 percent or 56 cents to trade at $19.40.

Aeropostale Inc. (NYSE: ARO) slipped to a new all-time low of $10.34 today, with a trading volume of more than 5.38 million shares. The company reported 93 percent decline in its FY2011 Q2 net income to $2.9 million, or 4 cents per share, from $43.6 million, or 46 cents per share, a year earlier. Shares slumped 15.21 percent or $1.90 to trade at $10.59.

Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ) recorded a new 52-week low of $22.75 today, with a trading volume of more than 93 million shares. The company announced to exit from selling personal computers and tablets, and re-evaluate a range of other assets. Shares tumbled 19.99 percent or $5.90 to trade at $23.61.

Hollysys Automation Technologies, Ltd. (Nasdaq: HOLI) fell to a new all-time low of $4.59 today, with a trading volume of more than 795 thousand shares. The company reported 12 percent growth in its fiscal 2011 Q4 net income to $6.9 million, or 12 cents per share, from $6.1 million, or 11 cents a year ago. Shares were down 17.93 percent or $1.02 to trade at $4.67.


 

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