What is it?
The lowest price a company’s stock price has traded at in the last twelve months.
Who is interested?
The financial community and investors.
What does it tell me?
Investors use a company’s 52 week low to determine its trough for the year and to assess how much downside potential there could be for the stock. A 52 week low usually corresponds to a period of very bad news for the company.
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