FirstEnergy Corp. (FE) traded on unusually high volume on Oct. 08, as the stock gained 0.18% to close at $38.05. On the day, FirstEnergy Corp. saw 5.77 million shares trade hands on 29,732 trades. Considering that the stock averages only a daily volume of 3.54 million shares a day over the last month, this represents a pretty significant bump in volume over the norm.
Being a sell-side electronic equities trader is a more exacting line of work these days.
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Chinese stocks fall almost 5% in market bloodbath as investors digest a week of bad news in a single day
- Chinese stocks plunged Monday, with the China A50 index losing more than 4.8% in trading.
- A weeklong holiday for Chinese markets meant investors had an entire five days of news and data to digest in just one session, including an escalation of the trade war between China and the US.
- News also emerged over the weekend that China’s central bank would cut the required reserve ratio for Chinese banks by 1%.
Chinese stocks took a hammering Monday as traders returned to work after a weeklong holiday in the world’s second-largest economy.