Scorpio Tankers Inc. (STNG) had a tough trading day for Monday November 30th as shares fell 5.49%, or a loss of $ -0.67 per share, to close at $ 11.54. After opening the day at $ 12.06, Scorpio Tankers Inc. trading as high as $ 12.16 and as low as $ 11.53. Volume of 1.52 million shares during 10,986 trades, against the average daily volume of n / a shares and a total float of 58 million.
As a result of this decline, Scorpio Tankers Inc. now has a market capitalization of $ 669.32 million. Last year, Scorpio Tankers Inc. has been trading between $ 40.46 and $ 8.28, and its 50-day SMA is currently $ n / a and its 200-day SMA is $ n / a.
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Scorpio Tankers Inc is a shipping company based in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. This company is engaged in providing marine transportation for refined petroleum products. It serves the end users in the oil supply chain by distributing products such as gasoline, heating oil, and fuel oil from refineries. The company manages its business activities in four segments, namely LR1, Handymax, LR2, and MR. This generates most of its revenue from the MR segment.
Scorpio Tankers Inc. based in Monaco, and has approximately 22 employees. Its CEO is Emanuele A. Lauro.
Scorpio Tankers Inc. is a component of Russell 2000. Russell 2000 is one of the leading indexes tracking small companies in the United States. It is managed by Russell Investments, the industry leader in creating and maintaining indexes, and consists of the smallest 2000 stocks from the wider Russell 3000 index.
The Russell Index differs from traditional indices such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) or the S&P 500, whose members are elected by a committee, in that they base membership entirely on an objective rules-based methodology. The largest 3,000 companies by market cap make up the Russell 3000, with 2,000 smaller companies forming the Russell 2000. This is a simple approach that provides a broad and unbiased picture of the overall small cap market.
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