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AMC shares hit another record-low close, extending losing streak to five days

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. shares ended Friday’s session down 0.3% at a record-low close of $4.07.

Shares of the movie-theater chain and original meme-stock darling have hit a series of record lows recently, having ended Thursday’s session at what was then an all-time closing low of $4.08. They traded as high as $4.73 on Monday and went on to shed nearly 10% on the week.

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The stock extended its losing streak to five days on Friday and is now down 16 of the last 19 trading sessions. This is a far cry from the heady days of the meme-stock frenzy, when the company’s shares hit an all-time closing high of $339.05 on June 2, 2021, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

AMC’s recent market performance reflects the demise of the movie-theater chain’s meme-stock status.

Earlier this week, AMC Chief Executive Adam Aron described the recent slide in the company’s shares as “painful” and pointed to the lingering impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the movie-theater industry.

AMC shares have fallen 91.6% in the last 52 weeks, compared with the S&P 500 index’s SPX gain of 20.2%

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