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Cvw Cleantech Inc(CVW-X)
TSX Venture

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Closing Bell: Cvw Cleantech Inc flat on Monday (CVW)

Automated Summaries - The Globe and Mail - Mon Apr 15, 4:02PM CDT

Today during trading, shares of Cvw Cleantech Inc opened at $0.75 and closed at $0.75. It traded at a low of $0.74 to a high of $0.75.

Share prices $verbed percentage_change% from the previous day's close of $0.75.

During the day across North America, the TSX Composite closed -0.95% at 21899.99, the S&P 500 closed -1.46% at 5123.41, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed -1.24% at 37983.24 and the Nasdaq Composite closed -1.62% at 16175.09.

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

A total of 3,500 shares was traded during the session, with total trades of 3, while having an average volume of 9,890 over 5 days.

Trading across the entire TSX-V saw 939 price advancers against 4,327 declines and 94 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 -38.02 percent in the last 52 weeks, while they have dipped -6.25% year-to-date.

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 $93.71 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. Currently, there are for the stock.

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