The micro cap world has been buzzing about shares of SandRidge Permian Trust (NYSE:PER) as its stock price changed -1.79%, hitting $2.75 after the completion of a recent trading session.
Though that’s the current price, let’s take a look at how the commodity has been performing recently. Over the past year, SandRidge Permian Trust’s stock was -6.78%. Over the last seven days of the month, it was 1.85%, -4.35% over the three months, and -9.84% for the past half-year.
Over the past fifty days, SandRidge Permian Trust stock was -11.29% from the high and 3.77% apart from the low. The fifty-two-Week High and Low are also noted here. -31.25% (High), 7.42%, (Low).
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