Abercrombie & Fitch, Banco Santander Among Stocks hitting 52-Week Lows Wednesday

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Here are the nine most popular stocks that hit 52-week lows:

  • While trading on above-average volume, Abercrombie & Fitch (NYSE:ANF) slid today, hitting and then dropping past its previous 52-week low to $39.13. Trading at a volume of 8.2 million, the stock price is down 13.7%. The stock has been slipping in the last two months, down $12.94 (-24.8%) from a price of $52.13 on March 19, 2012. The stock is trading at 79.7% of its 50-day moving average and 77.3% of its 200-day moving average.

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  • The share price of Banco Santander (NYSE:STD) sunk today, reaching and then dropping even further past its previous 52-week low of $5.79 to $5.67. The stock was trading on above-average volume. While trading at a volume of 33.9 million, the stock price has fallen 1.2%. The stock has been on a downward trajectory over the last two months, dipping $2.78 (-32.6%) from a price of $8.52 on March 19, 2012. The stock is trading at 86.7% of its 50-day moving average and 76.2% of its 200-day moving average.
  • The share price of Itau Unibanco (NYSE:ITUB) dipped today, reaching and then falling even farther past its previous 52-week low of $14.13 to $13.94. The stock was trading on below-average volume. Shares have fallen 1.6%, trading at a volume of 6.6 million. The stock has fallen over the last three months, dropping $7.46 (-34.9%) from $21.40 on February 17, 2012. The stock is trading at 83.6% of its 50-day moving average and 75% of its 200-day moving average.
  • While trading on below-average volume, ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) dropped today, hitting and then dropping past its previous 52-week low to $14.74. Shares are down 1.5% and trading at a volume of six million. The stock has lost momentum over the last three months, losing $6.67 (-31.1%) from $21.42 on February 17, 2012. The stock is trading at 85.1% of its 50-day moving average and 77.8% of its 200-day moving average.
  • The share price of Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (NYSE:SID) decreased today, reaching and then falling even farther past its previous 52-week low of $6.88 to $6.81. The stock was trading on below-average volume. The stock price is down 1% with a volume of 3.3 million. The stock is trading at 77.4% of its 50-day moving average and 73.7% of its 200-day moving average.
  • While trading on below-average volume, SK Telecom (NYSE:SKM) declined today, hitting and then dropping past its previous 52-week low to $12.52. The stock price has fallen 1.1% with a volume of 1.8 million. Over the last three months, the stock has lost $1.31 (-9.4%) from a price of $13.90 on February 17, 2012. The stock is trading at 93.3% of its 50-day moving average and 90.3% of its 200-day moving average.
  • The share price of RR Donnelley & Sons (NASDAQ:RRD) fell today, reaching and then falling even farther past its previous 52-week low of $10.60 to $10.39. The stock was trading on below-average volume. On volume of 1.4 million shares, the stock price is down 2.6%. Shares are down over the last two months as the price has dropped $3.22 (-23.7%) from a price of $13.61 on March 19, 2012. The stock is trading at 87% of its 50-day moving average and 78.7% of its 200-day moving average.
  • While trading on above-average volume, Pengrowth Energy (NYSE:PGH) sunk today, hitting and then dropping past its previous 52-week low to $7.65. Shares have fallen 3.2%, trading at a volume of 1.8 million. The stock has been falling in the last two months, down $2.51 (-24.6%) from a price of $10.20 on March 19, 2012. The stock is trading at 86.7% of its 50-day moving average and 78.9% of its 200-day moving average.
  • While trading on below-average volume, Clearwire Corporation (NASDAQ:CLWR) slipped today, hitting and then dropping past its previous 52-week low to $1.06. The stock price is down 6.7% with a volume of 8.3 million. The stock is trading at 65.5% of its 50-day moving average and 57.2% of its 200-day moving average.

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