Shares of Diamond Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:DMND) rose by 2.9% in the past week and 3.39% for the last 4 weeks. In the past week, the shares have outperformed the S&P 500 by 1.72% and the outperformance increases to 2.06% for the last 4 weeks.
Now what: For years, Diamond Foods has been a radioactive stock, following an accounting scandal that led to the resignation of its CEO and CFO, several financial restatements, and the collapse of its deal to buy Pringles from Procter & Gamble.
Brian Driscoll, the President & CEO of Diamond Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:DMND) 32.31 +0.02 0.06% , made a sale of 5,000 shares of the company, with a total value of about $157,469 U.S Dollars, totalled based on $31.5 of a share.
Diamond Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:DMND) has lost 2.48% during the past week and dropped 3.33% in the last 4 weeks. The shares are however, negative as compared to the S&P 500 for the past week with a loss of 0.28%.
Diamond Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:DMND) has been handed a rating of 1.4 on a consensus basis by Zacks Research. Using a simplified 1 to 5 scale where 5 represents a Strong Sell and 1 a Strong Buy, 6 analysts polled by Zacks had their ratings weighed into ...