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Why Is It Moving? Looking Into Why PHX Minerals's Stock is Trading Higher Today

April 26, 2021 1:17 pm
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The Price And Volume Action In PHX Minerals’s Stock Today

PHX Minerals’s (NYSE:PHX) stock is trading up 14.84% to a price of $2.67. The stock’s current volume for the day is 1.32 million, which is approximately 358.6% of its previous 30-day average volume of 368.27 thousand.

Why It’s Moving

Benzinga Pro’s real-time breaking news service shows some insight into what is affecting shares: PHX Minerals shares are trading higher. Not seeing any company-specific news to justify the price action in the low-float stock.

Insights On Recent Price Action

The 50-day moving average price of PHX Minerals’s stock was $3.0 when this article was published. The stock reached a high of $5.42 and a low of $1.36 in the past 52 weeks.

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