Computer Modelling Group Ltd stock boosted on Tuesday.
In trading today, Computer Modelling Group Ltd shares closed at $4.88 after opening the day at $4.87. It traded at a low of $4.85 to a high of $4.93.
Share prices raised 0.41% from the previous day's close of $4.86.
During the day across North America, the TSX Composite closed 1.03% at 19258.32, the S&P 500 closed -0.30% at 3900.11, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed -0.20% at 31438.26 and the Nasdaq Composite closed -0.72% at 11524.55.
Computer Modelling Group Ltd has listed on the TSX stock exchange under the ticker CMG.TO.
Trading volume was 32,970 on 114 total trades, with an average volume of 141,371 over 5 days.
The TSX market on the whole today saw 1,378 price advancers against 4,144 declines and 185 unchanged.
During the prior 52 weeks, CMG.TO has traded as high as $5.72 (November 01,2021) and low as $3.83 (August 13,2021). Moreover, the shares have shrunken -7.25% in the last 12 months, while this year, they have advanced 14.08%.
CMG.TO's updated dividend yield is 0.2%. It announced a 0.05 dividend on May 18/22, with an June 06/22 ex-date and June 15/22 pay day.
Following today's trading, Computer Modelling Group Ltd has a market capitalization of $390.43 million on a float of 80,335 shares outstanding. Its annual EPS is $0.23.
Computer Modelling Group Ltd is a TSX Software company headquartered in Calgary, US.
Currently, Computer Modelling Group Ltd has an average recommendation of "Strong Buy" based on 1.00 analysts according to Zacks. Currently, there are 1 buy ratings for the stock.
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