Calix Networks (CALX) was one of the Russell 2000's biggest losers for Wednesday February 10 as the stock slid 14.8% to $6.16, a loss of $-1.07 per share. Starting at an opening price of $6.91 a share, the stock traded between $6.00 and $7.07 over the course of the trading day. Volume was 816,181 shares over 5,094 trades, against an average daily volume of 266,537 shares and a total float of 50.81 million.
The losses send Calix Networks down to a market cap of $312.99 million. In the last year, Calix Networks has traded between $9.07 and $6.30, and its 50-day SMA is currently $7.52 and 200-day SMA is $7.74.
Calix, Inc., offers broadband communications access systems and software for fiber- and copper-based network architectures that enable communications service providers, to connect to its residential and business subscribers.
Calix Networks is based out of Petaluma, CA and has some 782 employees. Its CEO is Carl Russo.
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