- These stocks have witnessed ups and downs in the market.
- Find out which of these have been trading in Red and which one’s green.
- Have a look at their most current stock performances too.
Certain stocks have been in the news for their trading antics today. Some of them have traded bullish which others bearish. Have a look at some of top green and top red contenders in the market today.
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Burger Fuel Company (NZX:BFG)
This is a restaurant chain that functions throughout the country with its several outlets. They are famously known for burgers and fries, besides other common fast food. Shakeout, Winner Winner and Burger Fuel are some of the brands owned by this Company. Burger Fuel also has international outlets.
On 14 May, Burger Fuel Company traded at NZ$0.385, up by 5.48% at the time of writing.
Steel and Tube Holdings (NZX:STU)
Offering the leading steel solutions in the country they have branches all over. In their interim results the Company announced 33% improvement in EBIT making it NZ$7.6m. The cash flow has witnessed a 40% increase being placed at NZ$24.0m. It was further said that trade was returning to normalcy.
On May 14, Steel and Tube Holdings traded a NZ$1.150, up by 4.55% at the time of writing.
Vista Group Limited (NZX:VGL)
This Company works with the worldwide film industry to provide technology related solutions. They have recently announced that their annual meeting shall be virtually held on 26 May 2021. The last of the Director nominations have been made on the 27th of April 2021 and shall now be discussed through voting in the meeting.
On May 14 Vista Group Limited traded at NZ$2.100, down by 4.55% at the time of writing.
Rakon Limited (NZX:RAK)
They offer solutions for frequency control in areas of Defence, Telecommunications, and space technology. They have recently announced that they shall out their annual results on May 27, 2021. The shareholders shall discuss matters of importance in this meeting, respectively.
On May 14, Rakon Limited traded at NZ$0.880, down by 3.30% at the time of writing.