Notable 52-Week Highs and Lows of the Day 09/16: (DAL) (HUN) (BA) High; (NAK) Low

September 16, 2013 2:03 PM EDT
52-Week High:
  • Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) $23.57. Delta Air moving along with broader markets Monday following news that Larry Summers won't be seeking the Fed Chairman seat. Shares rose nearly 5 percent with strong volume to the new level.

  • Huntsman Corp. (NYSE: HUN) $20.50. Jefferies upgraded Huntsman today from Hold to Buy, while boosting its price target from $20 up to $26. The move follows an upgrade last Friday by KeyBanc to Buy. BA) $115.83. Boeing higher today amid another minor 787 Dreamliner incident reported over the weekend. Stere Agee raised its price target on the company from $120 to $164 while maintaining a Buy rating, calling Boeing a must-own stock.

  • Neuralstem, Inc. (AMEX: CUR) $3.02. Neuralstem continuing to see momentum after gaining 47 percent last week. Shares moved 11 percent to another 52-week high today.
52-Week Low:
  • Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NYSE: NAK) $1.33. Northern Dynasty hit today after announcing that Anglo American (US) Pebble LLC, a wholly owned US subsidiary of Anglo American plc (OTCBB: AAUKY), is withdrawing from the Pebble copper project in Alaska. As of June 30, 2013, AA Pebble has funded US$541 million of expenditure on the Pebble Project. Following the AA Pebble withdrawal, PLP will proceed under the sole ownership of Northern Dynasty. In light of the parties' shared desire to ensure an orderly exit, the detailed aspects of AA Pebble's withdrawal from the Pebble project are being developed and implemented, the company said.


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