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Credit Suisse Group has downgraded VNET Group (NASDAQ:VNET) to Neutral.

On Wednesday, August 31, Beat Kahli, director of VOXX International Co. (NASDAQ: VOXX), bought 13,839 shares. The number of shares was acquired for a total cost of $132,439.23, which equates to an average price of $9.57 per share. Following the completion of the transaction, the administrator now directly owns a total of 5,083,839 shares of the company, which, taken individually, have a value of approximately $48,652,339.23. You will have access to the SEC filing if you use this website, which is also where the transaction was publicly notified. Here is a list of the most recent deals Beat Kahli has recently completed: On August 29, Beat Kahli invested in VOXX International by purchasing 10,000 shares. It was his first transaction with the company. The number of shares was acquired for a total cost of $98,100.00, which equates to an average price of $9.81 per share.

On August 26, Beat Kahli purchased 10,000 shares of VOXX International. The transaction took place that day. The price paid for each share averaged $10.21, bringing the total amount spent on the acquisition to $102,100. The price paid per share averaged $10.21. On August 24, Beat Kahli purchased 10,000 shares of VOXX International. The transaction completed successfully. The average price paid for each share was $9.85, resulting in a total cost of acquiring the share of $98,500.00. The price of each share was expressed in dollars. On August 22, Beat Kahli purchased ten thousand shares of VOXX International. This is the day the transaction took place. The total cost of purchasing the shares was $97,400.00. This amounts to an average price of $9.74 for each share. On August 19, Beat Kahli purchased 10,000 shares of VOXX International.

This is the day the transaction took place. The total amount invested in the stock was $100,200.00, which equates to an average price of $10.02 per share during the trade. On August 17, Beat Kahli invested in VOXX International by purchasing 10,000 shares. It was his first transaction with the company. The price paid for each share was $9.89 on average, bringing the total amount spent on the acquisition to $98,900.00. The average price paid per share was $9.89. On August 15, Beat Kahli invested in VOXX International by buying 10,000 shares. It was his first transaction with the company. On Friday August 12, Beat Kahli purchased 10,000 shares of VOXX International. This transaction has taken place.

The total cost of purchasing the shares was $95,600.00. This amounts to an average price of $9.56 for each share. On August 10, Beat Kahli purchased 10,000 shares of VOXX International. VOXX International Wednesday was the day this transaction took place. The aggregate cost to purchase the shares was $93,000.00, giving an average price paid for each share of $9.30. On August 8, Beat Kahli invested in VOXX International by buying 10,000 shares. This is the day the transaction took place. The average price per share was $9.06, bringing the total amount spent on acquiring shares to $90,600.00. The cost of buying each share VOXX’s first day of trading was Thursday, and the opening price was $9.64. The current ratio is 1.73, the quick ratio is 0.65 and the debt ratio is 0.04. The stock has a price/earnings ratio of -7.36 and the company has a beta value of 1.14.

His market value is $230.75 million. The company’s rolling average price over the past 50 days is $9.02 and the rolling average cost over the past 200 days is $9.08. VOXX International Co. hit a 52-week low at $5.85, while the company hit a 52-week high at $13.41. On July 11, the most recent quarterly report from VOXX International (NASDAQ: VOXX) was made available to the general public. The company specializing in the sale of automotive components ended the period with a loss of $0.27 per share. The sum of all revenue the company earned during the period in question was $128.73 million. VOXX International’s net margin and return on equity fell below zero, to 5.03% and 8.51%, respectively. VOXX International was in the general red. In recent times, VOXX has attracted the attention of various research companies. In a similar vein, shares of VOXX International received a “hold” rating from Bloomberg in a research report published on Tuesday, August 9.

Previously, the research agency above gave the company a “selling” rating. In a research note published July 13, DA Davidson lowered his “buy” rating and target price on VOXX International stock from $20.00 to $16.00. The price target remained the same. The Street lowered its rating for VOXX International in a research report published on Wednesday, June 1. The company went from a “c-” rating to a “d+” rating for the company. More recently, various institutional investors, including hedge funds and other investment vehicles, have changed the processes by which they invest in the company. The percentage of VOXX International, in which Kahn Brothers Group Inc. held a position, climbed 15.0% during the second quarter of the year. Kahn Brothers Group Inc. now owns a total of 2,676,012 shares of the company after purchasing an additional 349,542 shares of the auto parts business last quarter for a total value of $24,914,000.

This brings the total number of shares held by the company to 2,676,012. Vanguard Group Inc. increased the percentage of VOXX International shares it held by 9.5% in the first three months of 2018. The Vanguard Group Inc. currently owns a total of 851,516 shares of the auto parts company, valued at $8,490,000. This results from the acquisition of 73,945 additional shares during the last fiscal quarter. Renaissance Technologies LLC increased the share of VOXX International, which it had invested, by 8.7% during the second quarter of the year. After acquiring 58,000 shares during the reporting period, Renaissance Technologies LLC now owns 721,822 shares issued by the auto parts company. The current market value of these shares is $6,720,000. For its existing holdings in VOXX International, Millennium Management LLC made a new investment during the second quarter worth $2,344,000, bringing the total to $2,344,000.

Moors & Cabot Inc. increased the amount of VOXX International shares it owns by 4.4% during the first quarter, which is probably not the least significant thing that has happened during the period. Moors & Cabot Inc. now owns 191,900 shares of the auto parts company, valued at a combined total of $1,913,000 after purchasing 8,000 additional shares during the quarter. This brings the total number of shares in the company to 191,900. Institutional ownership currently accounts for 61.05% of the total stock. Automotive electronics, consumer electronics and biometric devices sold in the United States of America, Europe and other parts of the world are all developed, produced and marketed by subsidiaries of VOXX International Corporation.

VOXX International Corporation is a multinational corporation headquartered in the United States. Its Automotive Electronics division offers a variety of mobile multimedia infotainment products, including overhead, seatback and headrest systems; automotive security, vehicle access and remote start systems; satellite radios with plug-and-play and direct-connect models; innovative telephone telematics applications; automotive electrical accessories; rear view and collision avoidance systems; driver distraction products; electric lift gates; mobile interface modules; and sweeping of the turn signals. You can purchase these items from the e-commerce platform provided by the company.