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Norfolk Southern Down Nearly 7%, On Track for Largest Percent Decrease in Over a Year — Data Talk

Norfolk Southern Corporation (NSC) is currently at $254.95, down $18.40 or 6.73%

 

-- Would be lowest close since March 4, 2021, when it closed at $244.71

-- On pace for largest percent decrease since June 11, 2020, when it fell 7.58%

-- Currently down two of the past three days

-- Down 3.94% month-to-date

-- Up 7.3% year-to-date

-- Down 12.19% from its all-time closing high of $290.35 on May 10, 2021

-- Up 49.17% from 52 weeks ago (July 9, 2020), when it closed at $170.91

-- Down 12.19% from its 52 week closing high of $290.35 on May 10, 2021

-- Up 49.22% from its 52 week closing low of $170.85 on July 10, 2020

-- Traded as low as $254.44; lowest intraday level since March 16, 2021, when it hit $254.19

-- Down 6.92% at today's intraday low; largest intraday percent decrease since June 11, 2020, when it fell as much as 7.68%

-- Second worst performer in the S&P 500 today

 

All data as of 11:06:16 AM

 

Source: Dow Jones Market Data, FactSet

 

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July 08, 2021 11:25 ET (15:25 GMT)

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