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Consumer Staples : Beverages | Small Cap Value
Company profile

Jones Soda Co. develops, produces, markets and distributes beverages. The Company sells and distributes beverages in the United States and Canada through its network of independent distributors and directly to its national and regional retail accounts. The Company also sells products in select international markets. Its products are sold in grocery stores, convenience and gas stores in independent accounts, such as delicatessens and sandwich shops, as well as through its national accounts with retailers. The Company outsources the manufacturing process to third-party contract manufacturers. It also sells a range of products online, including soda with customized labels, wearables, candy and other items. The Company's beverages are classified in the sparkling beverage category. Its product line-up includes Jones Soda, Jones Zilch and Jones Stripped. The Company also offers Lemoncocco, which is a non-carbonated blended beverage, and 7-Select branded sodas.

Closing Price
$0.22
Day's Change
-0.0065 (-2.87%)
Bid
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Ask
--
B/A Size
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Day's High
0.2495
Day's Low
0.20
Volume
(Heavy Day)
Volume:
443,081

10-day average volume:
170,310
443,081

UPDATE: These 62 stocks in the S&P 500 soared at least 20% on Tuesday

6:53 am ET March 25, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch

Downtrodden stocks performed best, bouncing back from bear market declines this month

Investors furiously bought stocks Tuesday, as they looked ahead to a bipartisan agreement in Congress for a massive package of coronavirus relief.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared 2,113 points (or 11.4%) to close at 20,704.91, for its best one-day percentage performance since 1933. The S&P 500 Index was up 9.4%, while the Nasdaq Composite added 8.1%.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi all expressed optimism (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/mcconnell-pelosi-say-deal-on-coronavirus-stimulus-is-close-2020-03-24) that an economic stimulus deal would soon be struck In Washington.

Meanwhile, President Trump said he wanted the U.S. to be "opened up (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/trump-urges-lawmakers-to-approve-coronavirus-deal-today-as-stocks-soar-2020-03-24)" by Easter, April 12.

On Monday, the Federal Reserve announced a number of new measures to support the U.S. economy, including a new "Main Street Business Lending Program (https://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/pressreleases/monetary20200323b.htm)" through which the central bank will support lending to small and medium-sized businesses. Details haven't yet been released.

In the stock market Tuesday, there was a rotation of buying into sectors that had been hit particularly hard since the S&P 500 reached its closing record Feb. 19:

S&P 500 sector Price change - March 24 Price change since Feb. 19 Price change - 2020 Price change - 2019

Energy 16.3% -48.9% -53.9% 7.6%

Financials 12.8% -35.8% -35.3% 29.2%

Industrials 12.8% -34.4% -32.4% 26.8%

Materials 11.6% -29.0% -30.1% 21.9%

Utilities 10.9% -28.9% -23.1% 22.2%

Information Technology 10.3% -24.1% -15.1% 48.0%

Consumer Discretionary 8.6% -26.0% -21.4% 26.2%

Real Estate 8.6% -32.7% -28.4% 24.9%

Health Care 7.6% -22.6% -21.1% 18.7%

Communication Services 5.8% -24.5% -19.7% 30.9%

Consumer Staples 4.8% -20.7% -18.8% 24.0%

Diggging further, here are two industries grossly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic that fared particularly well Tuesday:

S&P industry group Price change - March 24 Price change since Feb. 19 Price change - 2020 Price change - 2019

Airlines 19.4% -49.0% -49.5% 10.2%

Hotels, Resorts & Cruise Lines 13.9% -53.6% -56.8% 34.7%

Source: FactSet

Odeon Capital analyst Dick Bove had predicted "a major rally" for bank stocks before Tuesday's open, and named four bank stocks (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/these-bank-stocks-could-enjoy-a-major-rally-as-fed-gives-unprecedented-support-says-longtime-analyst-2020-03-24) and one preferred stock each for Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) that he considered "buys" for investors looking to trade.

Here's a breakdown of the trading session's 303 double-digit increases among the S&P 500:

Increase range March 24 Number of S&P 500 stocks

10% or more 303

15% or more 144

20% or more 62

25% or more 28

30% or more 16

35% or more 5

Source: FactSet

Best of the S&P 500

The following table shows the 62 components of the benchmark index that were up 20% or more Tuesday. You can scroll the table to see other time periods. All figures exclude dividends:

Company Ticker Price change - March 24 Price change since Feb. 19 Decline from 52-week high Price change - 2020 Price change - 2019

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. US:NCLH 42.3% -73.5% -77.0% -76.4% 37.8%

L Brands Inc. US:LB 39.0% -48.2% -56.1% -29.6% -29.4%

DXC Technology Co. US:DXC 38.2% -49.7% -77.7% -60.1% -29.3%

American Airlines Group Inc. US:AAL 35.8% -50.9% -60.5% -51.5% -10.7%

Alliance Data Systems Corp. US:ADS 35.4% -58.6% -77.0% -62.6% -25.2%

MGM Resorts International US:MGM 33.2% -62.0% -64.8% -63.4% 37.1%

Darden Restaurants Inc. US:DRI I 31.5% -55.3% -58.0% -50.5% 9.2%

Lincoln National Corp. US:LNC 31.4% -62.5% -66.2% -61.4% 15.0%

ViacomCBS Inc. Class B US:VIAC 30.8% -58.6% -72.5% -64.9% -4.0%

Noble Energy Inc. US:NBL 30.4% -69.2% -79.5% -76.5% 32.4%

Freeport-McMoRan Inc. US:FCX 29.7% -42.2% -52.4% -46.7% 27.3%

Tapestry Inc. US:TPR 29.7% -51.1% -62.0% -49.1% -20.1%

Gap Inc. US:GPS 29.6% -52.6% -69.9% -54.0% -31.4%

Whirlpool Corp. US:WHR 29.6% -43.5% -49.2% -43.6% 38.0%

Apache Corp. US:APA 29.5% -80.4% -85.4% -78.2% -2.5%

IHS Markit Ltd. US:INFO 28.4% -28.1% -28.6% -22.6% 57.1%

Helmerich & Payne Inc. US:HP 28.2% -60.2% -72.1% -60.1% -5.2%

Harley-Davidson Inc. US:HOG 27.0% -44.1% -52.9% -47.6% 9.0%

Kohl's Corp. US:KSS 27.0% -62.2% -78.1% -67.4% -23.2%

Halliburton Co. US:HAL 26.9% -70.2% -79.4% -72.8% -7.9%

Discover Financial Services US:DFS 26.8% -55.3% -63.6% -60.2% 43.8%

Arconic Inc. US:ARNC 26.4% -55.5% -55.8% -50.8% 82.5%

Unum Group US:UNM 26.2% -55.9% -65.5% -55.1% -0.7%

United Airlines Holdings Inc. US:UAL 25.7% -58.4% -65.6% -62.5% 5.2%

Stanley Black & Decker Inc. US:SWK 25.3% -44.2% -48.0% -45.5% 38.4%

Weyerhaeuser Co. US:WY 25.2% -44.5% -46.6% -44.1% 38.2%

ConocoPhillips US:COP 25.2% -48.1% -55.8% -52.7% 4.3%

PulteGroup Inc. US:PHM 24.5% -52.6% -53.4% -43.1% 49.3%

Ulta Beauty Inc US:ULTA 24.0% -40.2% -51.9% -29.8% 3.4%

Yum Brands Inc. US:YUM 23.3% -33.8% -41.8% -30.8% 9.6%

Eaton Corp. Plc US:ETN 23.2% -31.7% -32.7% -24.8% 38.0%

Ford Motor Co. US:F 23.2% -38.3% -53.2% -46.9% 21.6%

Avery Dennison Corp. US:AVY 22.9% -29.3% -31.4% -26.0% 45.6%

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