Infographic: Tech Market Watch


The table lists daily composite stock prices at 4 PM (unless otherwise noted) as measured by market capitalization.

52 Wk Hi Lo shows the moving 52-week high and low closing prices for the stock. PE represents the current stock price (if no trades for the day, the latest bid) divided by the trailing four-quarter earnings per share adjusted for the latest announced earnings. The ratio is annualized for companies with less than four quarters of data. Dividend Yield is the percentage paid on a common stock in dividends.

The dagger symbol (†) means ex-dividend, LT=limited trading, NM=not meaningful, NA=not available. Prices unchanged from the previous day’s or week’s close are indicated with a "...". H=A common stock share buy back plan is in effect. (1) - 1/10th value of Class A shares.

First Call, a Thomson Financial company: The Score is the average rating of all the analysts who cover the institution and have provided their estimates to First Call/Thomson Financial. The First Call ratings are: 1=buy, 2=accumulate, 3=hold, 4=hold to sell, 5=sell. First Call uses the prices as of market close on Thursday.

Compiled by American Banker from data provided by Bloomberg, and First Call, a Thomson Financial company.



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