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Etfs 52-Week Highs & Lows: SCO, SSG, EPV, MZZ, REW

 February 25, 2011 03:20 PM
 


During the current trading session, several Exchange-Traded Funds or ETFs recorded a new 52-week high. None of the ETF recorded a new 52-week low today. Some notable ETFs, which recorded a new high, are discussed here. 

52-Week Highs:

UltraShort DJ-AIG Crude Oil Index (AMEX: SCO) jumped 391.58 percent or $39.08 to $48.98 during the afternoon session. The ETF recorded a new 52-week high was $49.85 with a trading volume of 905 thousand units. The ETF's 52-week low was $9.20 with an average trading volume of 2.6 million units.

ProShares UltraShort Semiconductors (NYSEArca: SSG) hit an all-time high of $47 today with a trading volume of 17 thousand units. The ETF's 52-week low was $8.76 with an average trading volume of 136 thousand units. SSG jumped 376.23 percent or $36.08 to $45.67 during the mid-day session.

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ProShares UltraShort MSCI Europe (NYSEArca: EPV) recorded a new 52-week high of $50.48 today. The ETF's 52-week low was $12.11. The trading volume was 68 thousand units compared to its average trading volume of 142 thousand units. EPV was trading at $49.81, a jump of 290.36 percent or $37.05 in the mid-day session.

UltraShort Midcap 400 (AMEX: MZZ) hit a new 52-week high of $42.78 today, with a trading volume of 131 thousand units. The ETF's 52-week low was $10.01 with an average trading volume of 301 thousand units. MZZ jumped 286.80 percent or $31.06 to $41.89 during the afternoon session.

[Related -Very Negative Post-Election Session]

UltraShort Technology (AMEX: REW) recorded a new 52-week high of $55.51 during the day's trading. The ETF's 52-week low was $13.02 with an average trading volume of 80 thousand units. Today, the trading volume was down to 11 thousand units. REW was trading at $54.59, a jump of 287.99 percent or $40.52 during the afternoon session.

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