The 52-Week Low Club

March 27, 2007 4:13 PM EDT
From 247WallSt

Beazer Homes (NYSE: BZH) Rival Lennar posts horrible results. Sub-prime and real estate problems keeping taking home builders down. Drops to $30.85 against 52-week high of $69.61.

Technical Olympic (NYSE: TOA) Another home builder. Down to $3.72 from $23.

McClatchy Newspapers (NYSE: MNI) Back on the list again as life gets worse for newspaper stocks. Drops to $31.52 from $50.64.

CarMax (NYSE: KMX) Used car company. Split stock 2.1 ratio. Down to $26.80 from $58.89.

Tecumseh Products (Nasdaq: TECUA) Delays annual report. Brazilian engine builder seeks Chapter 11 equivalent. Down to $8.85 from 52-week high of $25.37.

BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Inc (Nasdaq: BCRX) Stops trials of clinical work on cancer drug. Drops to $7.80 from 52-week high of $21.12.

Hana Biosciences (Nasdaq: HNAB) The Associated Press said that the company "stopping studies of Talvesta due to toxicity problems". Stock down to $1.82 from 52-week high of $12.94.

Angiotech Pharmaceuticals Inc (Nasdaq: ANPI) Company makes a drug used in stents, and the news on stent use in heart patients has been bad the last 48 hours. Down to $5.33 from 52-week high of $15.39.

Douglas A. McIntyre

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