August 14, 2017: Here are four stocks trading with heavy volume among 120 equities making new 52-week lows in Monday’s session. Volume of about more than 30 million shares traded was 60% above the daily average of around 18.5 million.advancers closing dropped Friday Monday NASDAQ NYSE stock Volume week
The firm reiterated its buy rating on the chipmaker's shares, predicting Nvidia's data center sales will improve the next quarter.
The company's shares fell 5.3 percent on Friday, a day after it reported better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings and guidance Thursday after the close.data center earnings estimate fiscal Friday NVIDIA quarter sales segment shares
A top Wall Street auto analyst is raising his price forecasts for Tesla.
The latter projection includes a $128 per share value for Tesla Mobility, which is an Uber-like transport service business with autonomous electric vehicles championed by Jonas that may or may not come to fruition.analyst auto car electric forecast Friday Jonas Model shares Tesla
Wall Street's "dean of valuation," Aswath Damodaran, says he is perplexed over why a cash-burning company like Tesla is choosing debt to raise money over stock.
The valuation expert increased his fair value estimate for Tesla shares to $192 from $151, representing 46 percent downside from Friday's close.bond buyers Damodaran debt downside Friday interest pitch Tesla valuation
The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) on Friday lifted curbs on trading in shares of six suspected shell companies a day after it allowed transactions to resume in the scrips of J Kumar Infraprojects and Prakash Industries , providing relief to investors in firms that reportedly deal in industries as diverse as property and alcoholic beverages. The eight provided relief by SAT featured in the original list of stocks facing Sebi curbs.Stock exchanges have said that these six companies will be moved out of the Graded Surveillance Measure framework and be available for trading with effect from Monday.Appellate companies curbs Friday relief sat Securities stock trading Tribunal
Third Point's Dan Loeb sold out of Snap shares in the second quarter, one quarter after buying the social media stock, according to a regulatory filing Friday.
Third Point dissolved its holding of 2.25 million shares of the Snapchat parent in the second quarter, Friday's 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission showed.Dow filing Friday fund holding Loeb quarter shares showed SNAP
Standard in the popular Zaveri Bazaar in Mumbai jumped by 0.5 per cent or Rs 140 to close at Rs 29,210 per 10 grams on Friday gaining 2.5 per cent during the week.
Meanwhile, prices traded higher by 0.4 per cent today at $1,287 an oz on Friday translating 0.2 per cent increase in on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) here with the contract for delivery in near month jumped to Rs 29,230 per 10 grams.cent demand Friday grams India jumped lower physical Rs tonnes