USM
United States Cellular Corporation
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41.051.48 (3.74%)

After hours: 41.00-0.05 (-0.11%) as of 4:23 PM EDT

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Prev Close39.57
Open39.64
Bid41.07 x 400
Ask41.14 x 200
52wk Range32.72 - 45.87
Day's Range39.64 - 41.26
Volume60,027
Avg Vol (3m)81,669
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  • United States Cellular Corp. breached its 50 day moving average in a Bearish Manner : USM-US : June 27, 2016
    Capital Cube27 days ago

    United States Cellular Corp. breached its 50 day moving average in a Bearish Manner : USM-US : June 27, 2016

    Click here to see latest analysis*Disclaimer : This is as of previous day’s closing price.Technical IndicatorsBelow is a quick look at 5 technical indicators for United States Cellular Corp.. More studies are available on the Technical Chart.IndicatorSignalClosing Price above/below 50 Day Moving AverageBearishClosing Price above/below 200 Day Moving AverageBearish50 Day Moving Average above/below 200 Day […] (Read more...) The post United States Cellular Corp. breached its 50 day moving average in a Bearish Manner : USM-US : June 27, 2016 appeared first on CapitalCube.

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