Hertz Global (HTZ) Sees Sharp Bounce After Being Cut in Half
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Hertz Global (NYSE: HTZ) has rallied sharply off morning lows following dismal results/outlook. Shares remain down 29.5% to $25.11 but were down 52% to as low as $17.20 earlier. Dip buyers and short covering is driving action.
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