The USA based company Meritor, Inc. (NYSE:MTOR) closed with change of 1.08% to $20.57 with the total traded volume of 412549 shares versus to an average volume of 825.90K. The stock was down in the 5 days activity -4.19%. The one month performance of stock was -0.87%. MTOR shares are at 2.24% for the quarter and driving a 25.89% return over the course of the past year and is now at -12.32% since this point in 2018. Right now MTOR beta is 2.5. The average volatility for the week and month was at 3.05% 2.47% respectively. There are 88.03M shares outstanding and 86.09M shares are floated in market.
Shares of Meritor, Inc. (NYSE:MTOR) have been recently spotted trading -30.37% off of the 52-week high price. On the other end, company shares have been noted 28.08% away from the low price over the last 52-weeks. 52 week range of the stock remained $ 16.06 – 29.54. Switching over to some distances from popular moving averages, we see that the stock has been recorded -2.53% away from the 50 day moving average and -12.59% away from the 200 day moving average. Moving closer, we can see that shares have been trading -3.66% off of the 20-day moving average. 8200 employees work in the Company. It has market cap of $1.81B.
Meritor, Inc. (NYSE:MTOR) reported that it is notifying holders of its 7.875% Convertible Senior Notes due 2026 (the “Notes”) that they are entitled to convert all or a portion of their Notes at any time beginning July 2, 2018 and prior to the close of business on September 28, 2018 at a rate of 83.3333 shares of common stock per $1,000 principal amount at maturity of the Notes (representing a conversion price of approximately $12.00 per share). The Notes are convertible as the closing price of shares of the company’s common stock for at least 20 trading days during the 30 consecutive trading-day period ending on June 29, 2018 was greater than 120% of the conversion price in effect on June 29, 2018.
The Notes surrendered for conversion will be settled in cash up to the principal amount at maturity of the Notes and cash, stock or a combination of cash and stock, at the company’s election, for the remainder of the conversion value of the Notes in excess of the principal amount at maturity and cash in lieu of any fractional shares, subject to and in accordance with the provisions of the indenture.
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