Stocks That Hit 52-Week Lows On Thursday

 

 

Thursday's morning session saw 8 companies set new 52-week lows.

Intriguing Points:

  • The largest company by market cap to set a new 52-week low was Clorox CLX.
  • Lifevantage LFVN was the smallest company in terms of market cap to set a new 52-week low.
  • 4D Molecular Therapeutics FDMT's stock came under the most pressure, trading down 11.92% to reach a new 52-week low.

The stocks that set new 52-week lows as of 10 a.m. ET on Thursday:

  • Clorox CLX stock dropped to a yearly low on Thursday of $170.52. Shares traded up 0.1%.
  • Galapagos GLPG stock achieved a new 52-week low on Thursday morning, hitting $68.82 and moving down 0.18%.
  • Equinox Gold EQX shares reached a new 52-week low of $7.15 on Thursday morning, moving down 0.35%.
  • 4D Molecular Therapeutics FDMT stock set a new 52-week low of $21.40 on Thursday, moving down 11.92%.
  • Tredegar TG shares were down 1.29% for the day, having made a 52-week low of $13.68.
  • Medicenna Therapeutics MDNA stock drifted down 7.5% on Thursday morning to hit a new 52-week low of $3.00.
  • Auburn National Bancorp AUBN shares hit a yearly low of $33.91. The stock was down 0.17% on the session.
  • Lifevantage LFVN shares fell to $6.71 on Thursday, setting a new 52-week low with a shift of down 1.96%.

 

Benzinga will continue to provide updates on these equities. Stay tuned for additional news.

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