Could Civeo Corp (CVEO), Halcon Resources Corp (HK), and Electronic Cigarettes Intl Group Ltd (ECIG) Hit Rock Bottom?
New York, NY – GDP INSIDER – 12/11/2014.
This article discusses three companies: Civeo Corp(NYSE:CVEO), Halcon Resources Corp(NYSE:HK), and Electronic Cigarettes Intl Group Ltd(OTCMKTS:ECIG)
Civeo Corp(NYSE:CVEO) traded for as little as $7.62 yesterday, a new 52 week low for the company that once traded for as much as $28.40 during the one-year period. The stock finished the day at a closing price of $7.81 after a 13.13% loss of $1.18. Civeo Corp. had a trading volume of 4.36 million yesterday, which is 2.29 million higher than its three month average volume of 2.07 million. These figures indicate that trader interest in the stock is spiking.
Halcon Resources Corp(NYSE:HK) has traded within a range of $1.55 to $7.50 over the past 52 weeks, yet finished yesterday’s trading at a closing price of $1.79 after a 5.79% loss of eleven cents. The company has an earnings per share (TTM) of $–0.92 and a market capitalization of $756.16 million. Halcon Resources had a bid price of $1.75 x 400 and an offer price of $1.89 x 500 on Dec. 10th, 2014.
Electronic Cigarettes Intl Group Ltd(OTCMKTS:ECIG) fell to a new 52 week of $0.13 during yesterday’s trading before the stock bounced back to finish the day at a closing price of $0.21. To contrast, the company has a one-year high of $19.99. Electronic Cigarettes International Group’s trading volume of 9.82 million is 9.32 million higher than its three month average volume of 0.50 million. Simply put, investor interest in the stock is spiking.
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