Vicon Industries Inc (NYSEAMERICAN:VII) Sellers Reduced Their Shorts By 1.69%

June 27, 2018 - By Alice Reed

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Vicon Industries Inc (NYSEAMERICAN:VII) noted a decrease of 1.69% in shares shorted. FINRA issued in June VII’s total 361,100 shares shorted. The 367,300 previous shares are down with 1.69%. Previous VII’s position will need 2 days to restore. It has 150,800 average volume.

The stock increased 14.95% or $0.0359 during the last trading session, hitting $0.276.Currently Vicon Industries, Inc. is downtrending after 34.55% change in last June 27, 2017. VII has 64,399 shares volume. VII underperformed the S&P 500 by 47.12%.

Vicon Industries, Inc. designs, assembles, and markets video management systems and system components for use in security, surveillance, safety, and communication applications worldwide.The firm is worth $4.85 million. The companyÂ’s product line comprises various video system elements, including cameras for image capture and stand-alone network video management system software, as well as various video recording, storage, management, and output devices and peripherals; analog, digital, and high definition megapixel cameras for fixed and robotic positioning applications; and other video system components, such as video encoders decoders and monitors, camera lenses, housings and mounts, matrix video switchers and controls, and various video transmission devices.Currently it has negative earnings. The Company’s products are used by commercial and industrial users comprising office buildings, manufacturing plants, warehouses, apartment complexes, shopping malls, and retail stores; federal, state, and local governments for national security purposes, agency facilities, prisons, and military installations; and financial institutions that include banks, clearing houses, brokerage firms, and depositories for security purposes.

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