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[STOCK WATCH] BH jumps 5.77%By 최희석
Published : Sept. 22, 2016 - 15:36
Compared with its close competitors within the same industry, KOSDAQ, not only the monthly earnings rate of BH had edged along, but its volatility for one month was also the highest among its peer group. Over the recent month, the return-on-risk, the return on investment with consideration about risk, was -1.3%. Though the volatility was the highest among its peer group, the return-on-risk remain around the average of its peer group, caused by low de In spite of that, the return-on-risk is much better than the industrial mean, -2.3, and thus the industrial comparison performance was positive.
As of Sept. 21, institutions have been selling for the past four trading days and foreigners have been selling for the past three trading days. As a shareholding sum by investor group for the past four weeks, foreigners have bought 255,256 shares with a maintenance of shareholding and institutions have bought 12,741 shares in spite of lowered the position recently. However, during the same period, individuals have sold 267,997 shares with a decreasing position.
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