The Afterpay Touch Group Ltd [ASX:APT] share price plummeted nearly 19% in trading yesterday, closing at $11.35. This is less than half of the tech stock’s value compared to only two months prior — when it hit a record high on 27 August of $21.13.
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Meaning a short, sharp decline in stock prices could cause a chain reaction for something bigger: a full blown recession. Things really seem to be heating up. And if the worst does happen, I want you to do this…
Emeco Holdings Ltd [ASX:EHL] is up 9.3% today, trading at a share price of $.375 on the back of a high volume of trades.
The recent correction represents a decline of just over 9% from the peak. That compares to a decline of 5.1% earlier in the year. That is a solid dumping of stocks. Why the panic?
In just a few days, gains from the ASX 200 disappeared. US investors are looking at a similar situation. Investors are selling almost everything…the good, the bad, and the ugly. Is now the time to invest in tech stocks?
National Australia Bank Ltd’s [ASX:NAB] share price lifted slightly this morning, gaining 25 cents shortly upon opening. At time of writing, NAB shares are trading at $25.75.
AusCann’s share price has been declining over the last six months, despite increasing talks of Canada’s full legalisation of the recreational use of cannabis. In fact, this may have something to with the reason why.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia [ASX:CBA] shares have dropped by 2.19% today, another sharp decline in a year plagued with massive amounts of volatility.
With a massive volume of trading happening around it, Eden Innovation’s [ASX:EDE] share price has soared 13.1% today. As we have covered recently, Eden Innovation’s share price has been flying up despite the ASX looking at it with some suspicion.