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Vertex Pharmaceuticals Down Over 8%, Worst Performer in The S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 So Far Today — Data Talk

Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated (VRTX) is currently at $198.12, down $18.65 or 8.6%

 

-- Would be lowest close since Nov. 7, 2019, when it closed at $195.83

-- On pace for largest percent decrease since Oct. 15, 2020, when it fell 20.7%

-- Snaps a three day winning streak

-- Down 5.04% month-to-date

-- Down 16.17% year-to-date

-- Down 34.63% from its all-time closing high of $303.10 on July 20, 2020

-- Down 26.23% from 52 weeks ago (June 12, 2020), when it closed at $268.56

-- Down 34.63% from its 52-week closing high of $303.10 on July 20, 2020

-- Would be a new 52-week closing low

-- Traded as low as $193.00; lowest intraday level since Oct. 28, 2019, when it hit $192.32

-- Down 10.97% at today's intraday low; largest intraday percent decrease since Oct. 15, 2020, when it fell as much as 21.47%

-- Worst performer in the S&P 500 today

-- Worst performer in the Nasdaq 100 today

-- Third most active stock in the Nasdaq 100 today

 

All data as of 10:32:45 AM

 

Source: Dow Jones Market Data, FactSet

 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

June 11, 2021 10:52 ET (14:52 GMT)

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