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Monthly: Input Capital falls for a fourth consecutive month, a four-month fall of 27%

Jul 31, 2018 - News Bites Canadian Markets


Input Capital (TSXV:INP), Canada's 69th largest Bank by market cap, has fallen 9.0c (or 7.8%) on high volume to close at CAD1.07. The stock fell for a fourth consecutive month on Tuesday bringing its a four-month fall to 39.0c or 26.7%. Compared with the S&P/TSX 60 Index which rose 70.4 points (or 7.7%) in the four months, this represented a relative price change of -34.5%. The volume was 0.6 times average trading per month of 1.4 million shares. In the past f

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