May 17, 2016 - 1:00 PM EDT
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Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp (NNA) Jumps 7.32% on May 17

Market Summary


Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp is a Provides marine transportation services

Last Price $ 1.76 Last Trade May/17 - 16:01
Change $ 0.12 Change Percent 7.32 %
Open $ 1.66 Prev Close $ 1.64
High $ 1.82 low $ 1.66
52 Week High $ 4.50 52 Week Low $ 1.53
Market Cap 263,618,062 PE Ratio 0.49
Volume 692,115 Exchange NYE

NNA - Market Data & News

NNA - Stock Valuation Report

Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp (NNA) was among the biggest gainers on the Russell 2000 for Tuesday May 17 as the stock popped 7.32% to $1.76, representing a gain of $0.12 per share. Some 691,712 shares traded hands on 1,772 trades, compared with an average daily volume of 528,953 shares out of a total float of 149.78 million. The stock opened at $1.66 and traded with an intraday range of $1.82 to $1.66.

After today's gains, Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp reached a market cap of $263.62 million. Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp has had a trading range between $4.50 and $1.53 over the last year, and it had a 50-day SMA of $1.73 and a 200-day SMA of $2.69.

The stock has a P/E Ratio of 3.

Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp owns a fleet of modern crude oil, refined petroleum product and chemical tankers providing world-wide marine transportation services.

Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp is based out of Piraeus, and has some 4 employees. Its CEO is Angeliki Frangou.

For a complete fundamental analysis analysis of Navios Maritime Acquisition Corp, check out’s Stock Valuation Analysis report for NNA. To see the latest independent stock recommendations from’s analysts, visit our Research section.

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Source: News (May 17, 2016 - 1:00 PM EDT)

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