November 29, 2016 - By Peter Erickson · 0 Comments
The stock of COMET HOLDING AG BER (OTCMKTS:CHLDF) registered a decrease of 14.29% in short interest. CHLDF’s total short interest was 600 shares in November as published by FINRA. Its down 14.29% from 700 shares, reported previously. The stock last traded at $705 per share. It is down 6.00% since October 30, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 0.74% the S&P500.
Comet Holding AG is a Switzerland-based maker of systems and components for the non-destructive testing, security applications, and plasma excitation in the fabrication of memory chips, flat screens and solar panels. The company has a market cap of $712.19 million. The Firm is organized, along with its subsidiaries, into two divisions: the Modules & Components segment develops, makes and markets components and modules for industrial x-ray applications, and components and radio frequency modules for a range of applications in vacuum capacitors and for semiconductor fabrication plants, and the Systems segment is a vendor of systems and services for non-destructive testing, using x-ray technology and computed tomography. It has a 22.72 P/E ratio.
More important recent Comet Holding AG (OTCMKTS:CHLDF) news were published by: Reuters.com which released: “BRIEF-Comet Holding appoints Detlef Steck as new president of X-Ray System…” on March 15, 2016, also Businesswire.com published article titled: “Supervisory Board Appoints Dr. Franz Richter as new President and Chief …”, Businesswire.com published: “Research and Markets: Leading 200 Global Multinational Medical Devices …” on October 22, 2015. More interesting news about Comet Holding AG (OTCMKTS:CHLDF) was released by: Business.Financialpost.com and their article: “Police called to Daimler’s AGM after fight erupts among shareholders over free …” with publication date: April 06, 2016.
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By Peter Erickson