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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce on Pace for Largest Percent Decrease Since June 2020 — Data Talk

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CM) is currently at $45.47, down $2.33 or 4.87%

 

--Would be lowest close since Feb. 18, 2021, when it closed at $45.05

--On pace for largest percent decrease since June 11, 2020, when it fell 6%

--Currently down four consecutive days; down 7.26% over this period

--Longest losing streak since June 14, 2022, when it fell for five straight trading days

--Worst four day stretch since the four days ending June 14, 2022, when it fell 10.12%

--Down 6.32% month-to-date

--Down 21.98% year-to-date

--Down 31.09% from its all-time closing high of $65.98 on Jan. 18, 2022

--Down 20.40% from 52 weeks ago (July 15, 2021), when it closed at $57.12

--Down 31.09% from its 52-week closing high of $65.99 on Jan. 18, 2022

--Would be a new 52-week closing low

--Traded as low as $45.34; lowest intraday level since Feb. 19, 2021, when it hit $45.28

--Down 5.15% at today's intraday low; largest intraday percent decrease since Feb. 24, 2022, when it fell as much as 5.35%

 

All data as of 2:43:09 PM ET

 

Source: Dow Jones Market Data, FactSet

 

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July 14, 2022 15:01 ET (19:01 GMT)

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