Stock Backsliding Pre-Bell, Gapping Down: Credit Suisse FI Large Cap Growth Enhanced ETN (:FLGE)

Credit Suisse FI Large Cap Growth Enhanced ETN (:FLGE) shares have been recorded gapping down -3.26% between sessions as the stock currently sits at $424.08 before the bell.

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Credit Suisse FI Large Cap Growth Enhanced ETN (:FLGE)’s performance this year to date is 31.54%.  The stock has performed -2.05% over the last seven days, 0.35% over the last thirty, and 24.68% over the last three months.  Over the last six months, Credit Suisse FI Large Cap Growth Enhanced ETN’s stock has been 132.22% and 53.97% for the year.

SMA Watch
 Credit Suisse FI Large Cap Growth Enhanced ETN’s 20-Day Simple Moving Average is -7.61%.  Extending back, their 50-Day Simple Moving Average is -0.67%, looking even further back, their 200-Day Simple Moving Average stands at 23.38%.  

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