EMCORE Corporation (NASDAQ:EMKR) down by 6.91%, L&L Energy Inc. (NASDAQ:LLEN)

Posted by Kristi Scott May 13, 2013 0 Comment 991 views


Miami, FL 05/13/2013 (GDPInsider) – EMCORE Corporation (NASDAQ:EMKR) is down by 6.91% in today’s session and currently trading at $3.38, after starting its day with a value of $3.57. The share closed down by about $0.25 from its previous close of $3.63 and ranged in between $3.36 and $3.57 till now. At a price of $3.38 and 0.774 million shares the total value of the company is more than $95.94 million. The earnings per share of the company is -$0.95. The 52-week trading range of the stock is $3.45 and $6.75. At the current levels the stock is trading below the 50 days MA of $5.21 and below its 200 days MA of $5.09. The RSI of the stock is 22.39.

There was a 14.3% decline in the revenues in the second quarter of 2013. While the company stated that it has increased its Order backlog by about 3% to $36.5 million.

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L&L Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:LLEN) is by losing 2.38% in today’s and currently trading at $4.10, after starting its day with a value of $4.19. The share down by about $0.10 from its previous close of $4.20 and ranged in between $3.95 and $4.38 during the day. At a price of $4.10 and 0.49 million shares the total value of the company is more than $153.73 million. The earnings per share of the company is $0.58. The 52-week trading range of the stock is $1.30 and $4.94. At the current levels the stock is trading above the 50 days MA of $2.42 and above its 200 days MA of $2.00. The RSI of the stock is 68.52.

As per Portfolio Grader database the ratings on the stock has been increased from C last week to a B.

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