Himax Technologies Inc. (ADR) (NASDAQ:HIMX)’s shares down by 4.82%, Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ)

Posted by Ryan Mandell May 22, 2013 0 Comment 1422 views


Himax Technologies Inc. (ADR) (NASDAQ:HIMX) began the day’s trading session at an opening price of $7.66. The stock declined 4.82 % (-$0.37) from last day’s closing price of $7.30. During the day, the company saw 4.80 million shares change hands. On an average, in the last 30 days, the number of shares traded each day stands at 6.07 million. The day’s trading saw the share blow up to a high of $7.77 and cool down to a low of $7.14. Compare this to its 52-week price range of $1.47– $8.19. The positive earnings-per-share figure of $0.30 posted by the company reveals that it is enjoying profits. The company boasts of a healthy current ratio, a figure of 2.34, suggesting prudent working capital handling. The distance of the stock price from its 50-day simple moving average is 28.96%. The company’s operating margin is 9.10% while its profit margin is 6.83%. The mean of analysts’ recommendation regarding the stock is 1.70 (where 1= buy; 5=sell), meaning a trader should buy the stock.

Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ) began the day’s trading session at an opening price of $9.71. The stock declined 8.50% (-$0.78) from last day’s closing price of $8.40. During the day, the company saw 5.16 million shares change hands. On an average, in the last 30 days, the number of shares traded each day stands at 1.51 million. The day’s trading saw the share blow up to a high of $9.85 and cool down to a low of $8.15. Compare this to its 52-week price range of $1.95– $9.85. The negative earnings-per-share figure of $4.52 posted by the company reveals that it is suffering losses. The company boasts of a healthy current ratio, a figure of 0.94, suggesting careless working capital handling. The distance of the stock price from its 50-day simple moving average is 89.71%. The company’s operating margin is -11.01% while its profit margin is -15.01%. The mean of analysts’ recommendation regarding the stock is 2.50 (where 1= buy; 5=sell), meaning a trader should buy the stock.


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