NEW YORK (
) -- Even as hoards of
, a number of stocks are breaking the less desirable boundary of 52-week lows.
, a Beijing-based telecommunications software provider, fell to $15.76, another low for this week. It has a buy rating from Kaufman Brothers and a rating of outperform from Wedbush Securities.
Shares of biopharmaceutical firm
dipped as low as $23.58 in morning trading Thursday. AMAG was downgraded to neutral from outperform by Robert W. Baird in late July.
has had a buy rating on the stock since January.
Asia Info-Linkage and AMAG were repeat losers with Thursday's lows pushing their lower bounds further from depths reached earlier this week.
China Pharma Holdings
, a Chinese biotech firm traded as low as $2.13 Thursday morning. Rodman & Renshaw has a market outperform rating on the stock.
traded down to $8.76 Thursday following a disappointing quarterly report. Analysts from Northland Securities rate the stock outperform.
fell to $3.06.
, the operator of seawater desalination plants, dipped to $8.16 in morning trading. Analysts from Brean Murray downgraded Consolidated Water's stock to hold from buy last month.
traded down to $9.52 early Thursday.
-- Written by Miriam Marcus Reimer in New York.
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