On 4/19/2017, Shares of Amkor Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMKR) closed at $11.37 in last trading day. After noting the initial trading entry at $11.32, it reached to a day’s high of $11.42 and moved to a day’s low of $11.20. The recent daily volume was 1.32 million as contrast to it’s an average volume of 1.68 million.
The last close of the Amkor Technology, Inc. stock reflects that it traded up +3.30% from its 50-day moving average of $11.01. The stock traded above +7.69% to its 200-day MA of $10.56. Furthermore, it moved lower -8.89% from its 52-week high of $12.48 and +115.75% up from $5.27, which is 52-week low of the stock.
During the last month, Amkor Technology, Inc.’s (AMKR) has changed 1.25% and performed 21.86% over the last 6 months. The mean rating score for this stock is at 3.70. This rating scale contains from 1 to 5 with 5 representing a Strong Sell, 1 signifying a Strong Buy and 3 demonstrating a Hold. The Volatility was noted at 2.96% in recent month and observed Weekly Volatility of 2.92%.
Amkor Technology, Inc. provides outsourced semiconductor packaging and test services in the United States and internationally. The company offers turnkey packaging and test services, including semiconductor wafer bumps, wafer probes, wafer back-grinds, package design, packaging, and test and drop shipment services. Its packages employ wirebond, flip chip, and copper clip and other interconnect technologies. The company also provides semiconductor testing services, such as wafer testing or probe, and final test services; flip chip chip scale package products for use in smartphones, tablets, and other mobile consumer electronic devices; flip chip stacked chip scale packages that are used to stack memory, and as applications processors in mobile devices; flip chip ball grid array (BGA) products for various networking, storage, computing, and consumer applications; and flip chip molded BGA packages. In addition, it offers leadframe packages that are used in electronic devices for low to medium pin count applications; substrate-based wirebond packages, which are used to connect a die to a substrate; micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) packages that are miniaturized mechanical and electro-mechanical devices; and system-in-package modules, which are used in radio frequency and front end modules, baseband processing, connectivity, fingerprint sensors, display and touch screen drivers, sensors and MEMS, and NAND memory and solid state drives. The company primarily serves integrated device manufacturers, fabless semiconductor companies, and contract foundries. Amkor Technology, Inc. was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona.
Signature Bank (NASDAQ:SBNY) finalized the last transaction at value of $139.14, with a daily change of +0.15% or +0.21 points. The company maintained volume of 1.14 million shares. In past trading day, the stock hit the maximum price of $143.36 and touched to minimum value of $137.20. It has a market cap of $ 7.60B.
As of last trade close, the stock is trading downside -15.28% from its one year high of $164.23 and moved +22.56% upward from $113.53, which is one year low of the stock.
The stock traded below -6.85% from its 50-day moving average of $149.37. Furthermore, the stock moved -4.17% to its 200-day MA of $ 145.20.
Signature Bank’s (SBNY) moved with shift of -2.23% in the past week. Over the last three months, the shares of the company have changed -7.49% and performed 20.47% over the last six months. The stock currently has Monthly Volatility of 2.76% and Weekly Volatility of 3.02%.