Borr Drilling Limited (BORR) exchanged 310328 shares on hands in most recent trading session and observed an average volume with 2112.91K shares. The stock acknowledged active focus on shares in the current trading session. BORR disclosed a change of -1.59% and its listed share value at $3.71 in the recent trade transaction. This company belong to Bermuda Country and part of Energy sector. It has a market capitalization of $515.78M. Using market capitalization to display company size because this is basic factor of different characteristics to develop the investors’ interests including risk.
BORR revealed weekly performance of -2.08% and shown yearly performance of 185.61%. The stock moved to 65.35% in last six months and it maintained for the month at 1.34%. The stock noted year to date performance at 83.01% and changed about -6.91% over the last three months. The stock’s price situated at -46.70% from 52 week high and stock price seen at 230.60% when looking at 52 week low price.
According to data provided by FINVIZ, the current analyst consensus rating supposed at 3 on company shares (1.0 Strong Buy, 2.0 Buy, 3.0 Hold, 4.0 Sell, 5.0 Strong Sell).
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Currently Relative Strength Index (RSI-14) reading of stock is 48.16. RSI reading varies between 0 and 100. Speed and change of stock price movement is measured by the RSI momentum oscillator. J. Welles Wilder developed Relative Strength Index (RSI) that is used most commonly as momentum indicator. Commonly when RSI goes below 30 then stock is overload and stock is overbought when it goes above 70. 30 to 70 are considered a normal reading of a stock. General trend, finding deviations and failure swings can be detected by using RSI.
Volatility remained at 9.56% over last week and shows 10.34% volatility in last month. VOLATILITY is also measured by ATR an exponential moving average (14-days) of the True Ranges. ATR value stands at 0.39.