Eagle Bulk Shipping, Inc.

NASDAQ: EGLE
$15.00
-$0.91 (-5.7%)
Closing price October 28, 2020
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The start of the second quarter means earnings season and possibly the shutdown of the window for insiders to buy and sell the company stocks they own.
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Active traders and day traders have many stocks to choose from this Wednesday morning.  We are tracking news and moves in shares of Eagle Bulk Shipping (NASDAQ: EGLE), MIPS Technologies (NASDAQ:...