Lumber Liquidators down over 20% after CDC reports [CHARTS]

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Lumber Liquidators down over 20% after CDC reports [CHARTS]

Shares of Lumber Liquidators fell more than 20% during market hours on Monday after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a statement regarding the company. The CDC indicated a greater risk of cancer for individuals exposed to the formaldehyde used in Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring. The CDC statement echoes an investigation that was aired on “60 Minutes” in 2015 and led to a steep decline in the company’s sales.

See the following visualizations which highlight the current day and 1-year stock performance of Lumber Liquidators, as well as the company’s net income & profit margin for the last 5 quarters.

Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. (LL) Stock Price – Current Day

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Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. (LL) vs. S&P 500 Percent Change Over Time – 1 Year

 

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Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. (LL) Net Income & Profit Margin – Last 5 Quarters

 

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