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Martinrea International Inc(MRE-T)

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Closing Bell: Martinrea International Inc down on Thursday (MRE)

AI-generated - The Globe and Mail - Thu Feb 22, 3:02PM CST

In market activity today, Martinrea International Inc shares closed at $None after opening the day at $14.11. prices ranged from a low of $13.98 to a high of $14.22.

The price dipped -0.21 percent from the previous day's close of $14.03.

Today across North America, the TSX Composite closed -0.21% at 21172.38, the S&P 500 closed 0.13% at 4981.80, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.13% at 38612.24 and the Nasdaq Composite closed -0.32% at 15580.87.

Martinrea International Inc traded under MRE on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).

Trading volume was 72,741 on 523 total trades. On average, Martinrea International Inc has traded 111,015 shares over the last 5-days and 143,628 year-to-date.

The TSX overall saw 2,635 price advancers against 2,606 declines and 121 unchanged.

During the prior 52 weeks, MRE.TO has traded as high as $15.37 (March 03,2023) and low as $11.10 (May 31,2023). Moreover, the shares have advanced 2.49% in 52 weeks, while they have eased -2.37% since the start of 2024.

It announced a 0.05 dividend on November 09/23, with an December 28/23 ex-date and January 15/24 pay day.

Following today's trading, Martinrea International Inc has a market capitalization of $1.11 billion on a float of 79,327 shares outstanding. Its annual EPS is $2.47.

Martinrea International Inc is a TSX Auto Parts company headquartered in Vaughan, CAN.

Currently, Martinrea International Inc has an average recommendation of "Strong Buy" based on 8.00 analysts according to Zacks. From those 8 analysts, 8 have buy ratings.

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