Arkansas Public Companies See Mixed Stock Results After Recession

by Jan Cottingham  on Monday, Jul. 22, 2013 12:00 am  

From Jan. 3, 2012, to July 17, 2013, First Federal has seen its share price rise by 107.58 percent.

Retail

The rebound of Dillard’s Inc. has been well-reported in these pages, but in the last six years, Arkansas’ other publicly traded retail companies, America’s Car-Mart and Wal-Mart Stores, also have experienced strong stock rebounds.

The stock of Car-Mart, the Bentonville seller and financer of used cars, has increased from an adjusted close of $13.37 on July 2, 2007, to $43.68 on July 17, 2013. Wal-Mart, also of Bentonville, has seen its stock rise from $42.23 on July 2, 2007, to an adjusted close of $77.20 on July 17, 2013.

By Industry

Trucking
JBHT    143.55%
ABFS    -41.90%
PTSI    -43.47%
USAK    -61.90

Banking
OZRK    224.97%
HOMB    188.54
SFNC    -3.59%
FFBH    -91.76%

Retail
CRMT    224.87%
DDS    130.33%
WMT    55.42%

Technology
ACXM    -6.84
WIN    -46.80%
INUV    -97.54%

Everything Else
DEL    11.22%
TSN    11.15%
MUR    1.28%
AERT    -88.14%

 

 

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