Daily Journal traded at $260.20 this Friday August 19th, decreasing $11.94 or 4.39 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Daily Journal lost 3.55 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 17.40 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Daily Journal to be priced at 264.87 by the end of this quarter and at 243.24 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
260.20
Daily Change
-4.39%
Yearly
-17.40%

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Daily Journal
Daily Journal Corporation publishes newspapers and websites covering California and Arizona news, and produces various information services. The Company serves as a newspaper representative specializing in public notice advertising. It operates through two segments: Traditional Business and Journal Technologies. The Traditional Business segment provides newspaper and related online publications. The Journal Technologies segment supplies case management software systems and related products to courts, prosecutor and public defender offices, probation departments and other justice agencies, including administrative law organizations, city and county governments, and bar associations. Its organizations use the Journal Technologies family of products to manage cases and information electronically, to interface with other justice partners, and to extend electronic services to bar members and the public. The Company's subsidiary is Journal Technologies, Inc. (Journal Technologies).