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Quarterhill Inc(QTRH-T)

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Closing Bell: Quarterhill Inc down on Monday (QTRH)

AI-generated - The Globe and Mail - Mon Jan 29, 3:02PM CST

Quarterhill Inc opened trading today at $1.93 and closed at $None. It traded at a low of $1.88 to a high of $1.93.

The price dipped -0.52% from the previous day's close of $1.93.

During the day across North America, the TSX Composite closed 0.11% at 21125.28, the S&P 500 closed -0.07% at 4890.97, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.16% at 38109.43 and the Nasdaq Composite closed -0.36% at 15455.36.

Quarterhill Inc traded under QTRH on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).

A total of 40,256 shares was traded during the session, with total trades of 146. On average, Quarterhill Inc has traded 83,638 shares in the last five days and 58,231 year-to-date.

Trading across the entire TSX saw 2,979 price advancers against 2,230 declines and 118 unchanged.

During the prior 52 weeks, QTRH.TO has traded as high as $2.10 (February 16,2023) and low as $1.12 (May 11,2023). Moreover, in the last 12 months, Quarterhill Inc's shares have dipped -1.03 percent, while in 2024, they have shrunken -1.54%.

It announced a 0.01 dividend on March 22/23, with an March 30/23 ex-date and April 11/23 pay day.

Following today's trading, Quarterhill Inc has a market capitalization of $221.99 million on a float of 115,021 shares outstanding. Its annual EPS is $-0.62.

Quarterhill Inc is a TSX Communication Equipment company headquartered in Toronto, CAN.

Currently, Quarterhill Inc has an average recommendation of "Moderate Buy" based on 3.00 analysts according to Zacks. Currently, there are 2 buy ratings and 1 hold ratings for the stock.

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