Healthcare (:Eleven Biotherapeutics, Inc.) shares are moving lower ahead of the market open, gapping down 2.00 as the stock currently sits at $-6.26% before the bell.
Healthcare (:Eleven Biotherapeutics, Inc.)’s performance this year to date is 3.39. The stock has performed -0.69% over the last seven days, -0.69% over the last thirty, and -28.36% over the last three months. Over the last six months, Healthcare’s stock has been -67.05% and -24.61% for the year.
Healthcare’s 20-Day Simple Moving Average is -1.15%. Extending back, their 50-Day Simple Moving Average is -24.23%, looking even further back, their 200-Day Simple Moving Average stands at -20.59%.
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Investors are watching Consumer Goods (:Clarus Corporation) ahead of the market open as shares are gapping down 1.70 with the stock currently sitting at $0.35%.
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Recent Price History
Consumer Goods (:Clarus Corporation)’s performance this year to date is 1.39. The stock has performed 8.27% over the last seven days, 7.46% over the last thirty, and 37.14% over the last three months. Over the last six months, Consumer Goods’s stock has been 49.07% and 34.58% for the year.
The simple moving average is the most common method used to calculate the moving average of prices. Consumer Goods’s 20-Day Simple Moving Average is 6.11%. Extending back, their 50-Day Simple Moving Average is 19.44%, looking even further back, their 200-Day Simple Moving Average stands at -4.93%.