Primo Water Corporation (NASDAQ:PRMW) down by 3.92%, Pain Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:PTIE)

Posted by Kristi Scott May 14, 2013 0 Comment 798 views


Primo Water Corporation (NASDAQ:PRMW) is down by 3.92% in Monday’s trading and closed at $1.47, after starting its day with a value of $1.57. The share ranged in between $1.45 and $1.60 throughout the day. At a price of $1.47 and 0.063 million shares the total value of the company is less than $0.16 million. The earnings per share of the company is -$3.92. The 52-week trading range of the stock is $0.69 and $1.87. At the current levels the stock is trading above the 50 days MA of $1.22 but above its 200 days MA of $1.15. The RSI of the stock is 66.21. Primo Water, a provider of purified bottled water and water dispensers, will announce its 2013 first quarter earnings on May 14. Research analysts expect Primo Water’s earnings of $-0.07 per share on $20.40 million revenues.

Pain Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:PTIE) is raised by 2.61% in Monday trading and closed at $2.75, after starting its day with a value of $2.71. The share ranged in between $2.66 and $2.82 throughout the day. At a price of $2.75 and 1.05 million shares the total value of the company is more than $0.45 million. The earnings per share of the company is -$0.10. The 52-week trading range of the stock is $2.34 and $5.86. At the current levels the stock is trading above the 50 days MA of $3.48 and above its 200 days MA of $3.09. The RSI of the stock is 36.96.

Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) the marketing partner of Pain announced that it is reassessing on continuing to seek regulatory approval for Remoxy a painkiller. For 2013 first quarter ended March 31, the biopharmaceutical company’s announced net loss of $408,000, or $0.01 per share, compared to a net profit of $30,000, or $0.00 per share, for the first quarter of 2012.


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