52-Week High & Low Stocks: TLVT, RLRN, BAMM, DB, OVTI
Friday, August 26, 2021 1:57 PM



Amidst the positive movement of the US market, several stocks recorded a new 52-week high/low during the day’s trading. Some notable stocks are discussed here.

Telvent Git SA (Nasdaq: TLVT) recorded a new 52-week high of $40.60 with a trading volume of more than 20 thousand shares. Telvent will engineer, design and implement a SCADA help Progress Energy Florida improve reliability, make faster operational decisions, increase distribution efficiency and enhance customer satisfaction. Shares gained 0.03 percent or 1 cent to trade at $39.98.

Renaissance Learning (Nasdaq: RLRN) hit a new all-time high of $15.63 today, with a trading volume of more than 165 thousand shares. Yesterday, Renaissance received an unsolicited, non-binding proposal from Plato Learning. The proposal contemplates the acquisition of Renaissance Learning by Plato Learning for $15.50 per share in cash. Shares of Renaissance added 0.06 percent or 1 cent to trade at $15.51.

Books-A-Million Inc. (Nasdaq: BAMM) recorded a new 52-week low of $2.32 today, with a trading volume of more than 58 thousand. The company reached an agreement with the failed Borders bookstore chain to buy the leases of 14 Borders stores. Shares of Books-A-Million slipped 6.75 percent or 17 cents to trade at $2.35.

Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) hit a new all-time low of $37.44 with a trading volume of more than 1.07 million shares. The US Justice Department moved to bolster its accusations that Deutsche Bank officials knowingly lied about the quality of mortgages made by a unit of the bank that were guaranteed by the government. Shares of Deutsche Bank fell 0.95 percent or 37 cents to trade at $38.54.

Omnivision Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: OVTI) recorded a new 52-week low of $16.61 with a trading volume of more than 18.44 million shares. The company reported FY2012 Q1 net income to $42.0 million, or $0.68 per diluted share, as compared to net income of $34.0 million, or $0.56 per diluted share in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2011, and $16.9 million, or $0.30 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2011. Shares slumped 31.43 percent or $7.80 to trade at $17.02.


 

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