Sears Holdings

NASDAQ: SHLD
$31.19
+$0.16 (+0.5%)
Closing price September 22, 2021
Sears stock hit an all-time low under $1 a share on Friday. The company faces immediate liquidity troubles and unless it can lift its share price, a potential delisting by Nasdaq.
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