Tenneco Inc. Class A Voting (TEN) had a good day on the market for Tuesday October 15 as shares jumped 5.18% to close at $11.98. About 1.37 million shares traded hands on 8,985 trades for the day, compared with an average daily volume of n/a shares out of a total float of 80.92 million. After opening the trading day at $11.34, shares of Tenneco Inc. Class A Voting stayed within a range of $12.16 to $11.11.
With today’s gains, Tenneco Inc. Class A Voting now has a market cap of $969.43 million. Shares of Tenneco Inc. Class A Voting have been trading within a range of $39.12 and $7.62 over the last year, and it had a 50-day SMA of $n/a and a 200-day SMA of $n/a.
Tenneco’s emissions-control products meet strict air-quality legislation, optimize engine performance, improve fuel economy, and acoustically tune engine sound to fit a vehicle’s profile. Ride-control products enhance safety by enabling improved steering, braking, and acceleration as well as improving ride comfort. Anco, Champion, Clevite, Moog, Monroe, and Walker are some of Tenneco’s well-known aftermarket brands.
Tenneco Inc. Class A Voting is based out of Lake Forest, IL and has some 81,000 employees. Its CEO is Brian J. Kesseler / Roger J. Wood.
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