Clearfield traded at $61.83 this Tuesday June 28th, decreasing $3.39 or 5.20 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Clearfield lost 0.05 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 64.40 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Clearfield to be priced at 63.60 by the end of this quarter and at 58.61 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
61.83
Daily Change
-5.20%
Yearly
64.40%

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Peers Price Day Year
Furukawa Electric 2,267.00 29.00 1.30% -18.72%
Fujikura 798.00 10.00 1.27% 57.40%
Amphenol 64.72 -1.41 -2.12% -5.53%
Belden 54.75 0.05 0.09% 8.12%
Clearfield 61.83 -3.39 -5.20% 64.40%
CommScope 6.73 -0.44 -6.08% -68.75%
Emerson Electric 81.56 -0.93 -1.13% -13.87%
Corning 32.52 -0.77 -2.31% -20.39%
Himax Technologies 9.04 -0.16 -1.74% -43.32%
Kvh Industries 8.42 -0.33 -3.77% -32.04%
Preformed Line Products 62.20 0.20 0.32% -16.17%
TE Connectivity 115.13 -2.42 -2.06% -14.82%

Indexes Price Day Year
USND 11223 -301.57 -2.62% -22.75%
US2000 1745 -26.58 -1.50% -24.41%

Clearfield
Clearfield, Inc. (Clearfield) designs, manufactures, and distributes fiber optic management, protection, and delivery products for communications networks. Clearfield is focused on providing fiber management, fiber protection, and fiber delivery products that accelerate the turn-up of gigabit speed bandwidth to residential homes, businesses, and network infrastructure in the wireline and wireless access network. It provides contract manufacturing services for its customers which include original equipment manufacturers (OEM) requiring copper and fiber cable assemblies built to their specifications. Clearfield products include Clearview, FieldSmart, FieldShield, CraftSmart, WaveSmart and YOURx. Its YOURx platform consists of hardened terminals, test access points, and multiple drop cable options. Its broadband service providers include Multiple Service Operators (cable television) and Community Broadband (Tier 2 and 3 telco carriers, utilities, municipalities, and alternative carriers).