() experienced a significant increase in short interest during April. On April 15th there were 300 shares of short interest, an increase of 50.0% over the 200 shares of March 31st. The short-interest rate is currently 0.1 day based on an average trading of 2,600 shares.
Wall Street analysts weigh in
Barclays also began covering Swiss Life shares in a research report on February 21st. On Thursday, the stock fell $0.04 to $33.03. Stock of the company traded 692 shares versus its average of 1,056. The stock's moving average of 50 days is $31.34 while its 200-day average is $28.07. Swiss Life's 52-week low is $20.93, and its 52-week highest is $33.96.
Swiss Life Company Profile
Swiss Life Holding AG is engaged in providing life insurances and pensions as well as financial solutions. The company operates in five segments: Switzerland (Germany), France, International and Asset Managers. The segments Switzerland, France, and Germany provide distribution and life insurance operations.
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