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Recent 52-Week Highs

Recent 52-Week Highs

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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have set 52-week highs within the last week. This list is generated daily, ranked by market cap and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have set 52-week highs within the last week. This list is generated daily, ranked by market cap and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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Performance

WatchlistChange today1-month return1-year returnTotal return
Recent 52-Week Highs----
^GSPC+0.47%+4.94%+14.51%+3602.28%

31 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
CATCaterpillar Inc.168.99+1.46+0.87%4:00 pm GMT-42.95M3.12M91.51B
SNAPSnap Inc.28.45-0.21-0.73%4:04 pm GMT-428.47M22.82M41.80B
SCCOSouthern Copper Corporation49.26+1.46+3.05%4:00 pm GMT-41.05M753.10k38.08B
ADMArcher-Daniels-Midland Company50.87+0.56+1.11%4:00 pm GMT-43.03M2.81M28.27B
APTVAptiv PLC100.19+0.79+0.79%4:00 pm GMT-41.55M1.58M27.05B
FCXFreeport-McMoRan Inc.17.61+0.47+2.74%4:02 pm GMT-415.63M18.82M25.57B
PKGPackaging Corporation of America116.53-0.73-0.62%4:03 pm GMT-4340.17k700.83k11.05B
LIILennox International Inc.284.03+5.58+2.00%4:00 pm GMT-4630.58k244.03k10.87B
IPGPIPG Photonics Corporation192.52+6.02+3.23%4:00 pm GMT-4413.01k286.42k10.25B
LBL Brands, Inc.33.06-0.07-0.21%4:04 pm GMT-43.67M5.79M9.19B
XPOXPO Logistics, Inc.98.18+2.14+2.23%4:00 pm GMT-41.15M1.27M8.97B
FSLRFirst Solar, Inc.84.3+0.87+1.04%4:00 pm GMT-42.41M2.13M8.93B
PWRQuanta Services, Inc.63.04+1.15+1.86%4:00 pm GMT-4876.85k1.20M8.76B
PNRPentair plc51.25+1.99+4.04%4:04 pm GMT-41.66M1.12M8.50B
CREECree, Inc.73.26-0.67-0.91%4:00 pm GMT-4901.11k1.10M8.04B
GRUBGrubhub Inc.83.4+0.18+0.22%4:00 pm GMT-4873.86k1.62M7.70B
FLEXFlex Ltd.14.49-0.10-0.69%4:00 pm GMT-411.73M3.61M7.26B
CUBECubeSmart34+0.44+1.31%4:00 pm GMT-4682.48k1.07M6.59B
TMXTerminix Global Holdings, Inc.47.36+0.40+0.85%4:00 pm GMT-41.66M1.04M6.25B
LECOLincoln Electric Holdings, Inc.101.98+1.20+1.19%4:00 pm GMT-4223.11k303.39k6.05B
BPMCBlueprint Medicines Corporation102.47-1.42-1.37%4:00 pm GMT-4499.73k422.43k5.66B
ANAutoNation, Inc.63.03+1.02+1.64%4:00 pm GMT-41.73M825.74k5.50B
RAREUltragenyx Pharmaceutical Inc.90-1.15-1.26%4:00 pm GMT-4268.61k336.25k5.45B
ARRYArray Technologies, Inc.38.5-0.45-1.16%4:00 pm GMT-42.85M13.15M4.89B
FOLDAmicus Therapeutics, Inc.16.975+0.13+0.74%4:00 pm GMT-41.54M2.00M4.39B
FIZZNational Beverage Corp.87.39+2.91+3.44%4:00 pm GMT-4798.63k322.01k4.08B
KBHKB Home40.46+0.03+0.07%4:00 pm GMT-4971.11k1.44M3.96B
RAMPLiveRamp Holdings, Inc.59.52-0.13-0.22%4:00 pm GMT-4611.71k588.16k3.92B
INSMInsmed Incorporated38.51+1.21+3.24%4:00 pm GMT-4755.51k766.80k3.91B
SFIXStitch Fix, Inc.35.27+1.60+4.75%4:00 pm GMT-42.78M2.43M3.68B
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