FX Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:FXEN) down by 4.78%, Cardium Therapeutics Inc (NYSEMKT:CXM)

Posted by Steve Raasch May 14, 2013 0 Comment 872 views


FX Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:FXEN) shares dived sharply by 4.78% to close at $3.39 in Monday’s trading session. The stock opened at $3.52. 0.260 Million is the last day trading volume while 0.507 million is the average trading volume which is measured over 30 days. The change in price compare to previous day is $0.17 which shows the fall in price. The total value of the company in the stock market is $190.14M. Earnings per share of FX Energy is $0.08 and the stock’s risk in relation to the market i.e. beta $1.70. The percentage of share outstanding held by the institutional investors is 37.81%. The price range in the last trading day is $3.36 – $3.52. The oil and gas exploration company reported net loss of $11.4 million, or $(0.22) per share for its first quarter ended March 31, 2013, compared to net income of $14.7 million, or $0.28 per share, for the same quarter in 2012. The company’s total revenue was up 11% to $9.5 million, compared to $8.6 million in the first quarter of 2012.

Cardium Therapeutics Inc (NYSEMKT:CXM) shares up by 3.89% to close at $0.0935 in Monday’s trading session. The stock opened at $0.09. 0.899 Million is the last day trading volume while 0.748 million is the average trading volume which is measured over 30 days. There is no change in price compare to previous day which shows consistency in price. The total value of the company in the stock market is $11.63M. Earnings per share of Cardium is -$0.08 and the stock’s risk in relation to the market i.e. beta $2.26. The percentage of share outstanding held by the institutional investors is 8.26%. The price range in the last trading day is $0.09 – $0.09. The company focuses on strategic development of product opportunities or businesses that have the potential to meet serious medical needs.


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