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Cvw Cleantech Inc(CVW-X)
TSX Venture

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Closing Bell: Cvw Cleantech Inc up on Friday (CVW)

Automated Summaries - The Globe and Mail - Fri Mar 22, 4:02PM CDT

Today in trading, Cvw Cleantech Inc shares closed at $0.69 after opening the day at $0.65. It traded at a low of $0.65 to a high of $0.69.

Shares raised 4.55 percent from the previous day's close of $0.66.

During the day across North America, the TSX Composite closed 0.19% at 22087.26, the S&P 500 closed 0.32% at 5241.53, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.68% at 39781.37 and the Nasdaq Composite closed 0.20% at 16401.84.

Cvw Cleantech Inc has listed on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX-V) under the ticker CVW.

A total of 70,500 shares was traded during the session, with total trades of 8. On average, Cvw Cleantech Inc has traded 18,201 shares over 5 days and 40,772 year-to-date.

Trading across the entire TSX-V saw 1,541 price advancers against 3,701 declines and 113 unchanged.

During the prior 52 weeks, CVW.VN has traded as high as $1.42 (April 28,2023) and low as $0.46 (March 07,2024). Moreover, the shares have shrunken -40.00% in the last year, while in 2024, they have eased -13.75%.

It announced a 0.17 dividend on July 06/01, with an July 26/01 ex-date and January 01/70 pay day.

Following today's trading, Cvw Cleantech Inc has a market capitalization of $82.46 million on a float of 124,944 shares outstanding. Its annual EPS is $-0.04.

Cvw Cleantech Inc is a TSX Industrial Metals Minerals company headquartered in Calgary, CAN.

Based on 0.00 analysts, Cvw Cleantech Inc gets an average recommendation of "Strong Sell" according to Zacks. From those 0 analysts,.

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