52 Weeks Highs and Lows: HOC, ACN, ACIW, EGF, COMV, XRS
Thursday, February 17, 2022 12:16 PM

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Stocks are turning slightly higher in midday trading as investors consider strong manufacturing report against an unexpected jump in jobless claims. However, stocks trimmed losses Thursday, to trade in positive territory after the commendable improvement in manufacturing area in the Philadelphia region in February.

 52 Week Highs:

Holly Corp. (NYSE: HOC) touched a new 52 week high on Thursday, gaining 1.43 percent to reach $61.40 and is still gaining strength on NYSE. Currently, the stock is trading at $60.98 up 1.37 percent.

Accenture Public Ltd Co., (NYSE: ACN) hit a new 52 week high of $54.25 on Thursday, gaining 1.57 percent in the market. The stock at present is trading at $54.15, adding 1.29 percent.

Atlas Energy Inc. (NASDAQ GS: ATLS) reached a new 52 week high on Thursday at $46.30, up 1 percent in the market. Currently, the stock is trading at $46.16.

ACI Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ GS: ACIW) showed a change of 3.23 percent to reach $29.73, a new 52 week high in the market on Thursday. The shares are presently trading at $29.95, up 3.99 percent.

Coca Cola Enterprises Inc. (NYSE: CCE) gained 0.30 percent to reach its 52 week new high of $26.52 on Thursday. The stock is trading at $26.70, up 1.09 percent.

52 Week Lows:

BlackRock Enhanced Goverment Fund Inc., (NYSE: EGF) reached its 52 week low at $15.03, losing 0.13 percent on Thursday.

China Automotive Systems, (NASDAQ: CAAS) showed it 52 week low of $12.28 losing 0.77 percent on Thursday. The stock is trading at $12.28, down 0.97 percent.

Comverge Inc., (NASDAQ: COMV) reached its new 52 week low at $5.61 losing 3.28 percent on Thursday. The stock is trading at $5.62, down 3.18 percent currently.

PremierWest Bancorp, (NASDAQ: PRWTD) marked its 52 week low of $2.80, losing 2.32 percent, on Thursday. The stock is presently trading down 3.34 percent at $2.90.

Tal Education Group, (NYSE: XRS) reached at its 52 week low of $11.73 on Thursday, losing 1.91 percent. The stock is currently trading at $11.74, down 2.49 percent.

 

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                    • NEWARK, N.J. - New Jersey Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov has no plans to meet with Carmelo Anthony during the All-Star weekend in Los Angeles.
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