Dow Industrial Average
August 9, 2011 by staff
Dow Industrial Average, The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 630 points in the stock market had its worst day of the sixth Monday, August 8. It was the first day of trading after Standard & Poor’s decision to downgrade U.S. credit.
However, investors still anxious chosen to put their money into U.S. Treasury bonds, and looking for a place to protect your investments safely.
None of the 17 actions taken by the San Antonio Business Journal escaped unharmed. Harte-Hanks Inc. had the smallest percent decrease – 2.35 percent – on yesterday’s close of the stock market.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 634 points, or 5.55 percent, to close the day at 10,809. Monday’s closing figure:
Abraxas Petroleum Corp. • (NASDAQ: AXAS) – and 3.09 to 14.88 percent, 52-week high / low (and 2.09 – and 6.16).
Alamo Group Inc. (NYSE: ALG) – and 23.09, up 4.15 percent, 52-week high / low (and from 18.68 to 29.27 y).
Biglari Holdings Inc. (NYSE: BH) – and 315.88 by 11.38 percent, 52-week high / low (and from 258.92 to 464.77 y).
CC Media Holdings (Pink Sheets: CCMO) – and 5.47, up 21.86 percent, 52-week high / low (and 5 – and 11).
Cullen / Frost Bankers Inc. (NYSE: CFR) – and 47.28, 7.80 percent, 52-week high / low (and from 50.65 to 62.59 y).
GlobalSCAPE Inc. (AMEX: GSB) – and 1.94 to 2.51 percent, 52-week high / low (and 1.78 – and 3.14).
Harte-Hanks Inc. (NYSE: HHS) – and 7.90 to 2.35 percent, 52-week high / low (and 7.59 – and 13.74).
Kinetic Concepts Inc. (NYSE: KCI) – and 60.08, down 6.61 percent 52-week low / high (and from 31.84 to 68.75 y). …
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