> Movie theater stocks down in wake of Lafayette rampage
Movie theater stocks down in wake of Lafayette rampage
Law coercion crew mount in the parking lot of The Grand Theatre early Friday, Jul 24, 2015, in Lafayette, La., as they examine a sharpened from the night before. (Paul Kieu’The Daily Advertiser around AP) NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT ORG XMIT: LALAF112
Stock prices for publicly traded drama companies were down Friday, the day after a lethal uproar in a Lafayette, La., movie drama left 3 passed and 9 injured.
Cinemark Holdings (CNK) was trade down 0.5% to $39.28, in early afternoon trading.
Shares of Regal Entertainment (RGC) dropped 1.1% to $19.13, while Carmike Cinemas (CKEC) plunged 4.1% to $26.50.
Imax shares were trade at $36.25 , a 2.7% drop.
A gunman began sharpened at the Grand Theatre in Lafayette Thursday evening, murdering dual patrons, and wounding multiform others, prior to murdering himself.
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