52-Week Low

52-Week Low

The lowest price for a stock or other security over a trailing 52-week period. Investors often compare the current price for a stock to its 52-week low in order to determine its recent performance as well to help gauge whether it has become overvalued or undervalued.
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Shares of this bankrupt textiles supplier recently set a new 52-week low of 0.
75 on January 24, 2005, Ampex's common stock recently sold down to register a new 52-week low of $10.
fluctuated between gains and losses on Monday, hitting a new 52-week low of $7.
However, there's a caveat: 52-week low does not mean the stock has bottomed out.
Its shares rose more than 9 percent after briefly falling to a new 52-week low.
The company, which provides banking services in Ohio, surprised investors with news about bad loans and fell to a 52-week low of $25 before regaining some ground.
The share hit its 52-week high Rs 47 and 52-week low Rs 18.
The stock has more than doubled since sinking to a 52-week low of $8.
They can purchase a million shares, and they've only bought back 400,000 shares, so they could do more, especially since the stock's near its 52-week low.