- Barrons.com•6 days ago
Last September Capital Southwest, a Dallas-based business-development company that lends to midsize concerns, spun off a collection of industrial businesses into a new company known as CSW Industrials. Capital Southwest’s portfolio of industrial businesses had grown through 33 acquisitions since 1991. CSW (CSWI) shares hit a high of $39 in December, before falling to $28 in February, due to its oil and gas exposure.
Capital Southwest CorporationNasdaqGS
After hours: 14.350.08 (0.56%) as of 4:01 PM EDT
|Bid||10.30 x 200|
|52wk Range||13.19 - 50.41|
|Day's Range||14.27 - 14.46|
|Avg Vol (3m)||28,865|
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