ProShares Trust II (NYSEARCA:UVXY)’s shares decline – NBG

Northern, WI 04/11/2013 (usastockreport) – ProShares Trust II (NYSEARCA:UVXY) Ultra VIX Short Term Fut ETF is a non-equity investment instrument.  The stock is currently trading at $6.57 which is down 5.60%.  The stock previously closed at $6.95 and opened this morning at $6.80.  The daily range has been from $6.55 to $6.85 with a volume of 21,568,617.  The market capitalization is 275.78 million dollars with 41,408,000 shares outstanding.  The 52 week low of the stock is $6.55 which was on April 10, 2012 and the 52 week high of was on May 18, 2012 when it hit $248.70 per share.  The average price of the stock is 9.40 over a 50 day period and 33.97 over a 200 day period.  The net assets are 344.39 million dollars with a YTD market return of -63.21%.  Over the last year the stock price has steadily decreased, hitting the 52 week low just recently this month.  Analysts say investors should be aware that these kinds of assets are usually less liquid than various stocks and bonds in the market which would help a portfolio during a downturn. 

National Bank of Greece (NYSE:NBG) is currently trading at $0.760 which is up 18.73%.  The stock previously close at $.64 yesterday and opened at $.75 per share.  The daily range for the price has been $.7220 – $.78 with a volume of 4,924,606 shares.  The market capitalization of the stock is $741.53 million with 1.226 billion shares outstanding.  The 52 week high for the company was 3.25 which were on October 22, 2012 and the 52 week low was on April 8, 2013 at .61 per share.  The average price per share over a 50 day period is 1.1818 and 1.765 over a 200 day period.  The beta of the stock is 1.88 with earnings per share of -2.75.  Over the last year the National Bank of Greece has experienced consistent up and downs.  Unfortunately the stock price has been on a steady decrease since the beginning of the year.  Today it was released that the bank was planning to raise 1.9 billion Euros from CoCo bonds.

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