Should Specialty Industrial Machinery Stock Chart Industries, Inc. (GTLS) be in your portfolio on Monday?

Chart Industries, Inc. (GTLS) ranks near the bottom of its industry group according to InvestorsObserver. GTLS gets an overall rating of 37. This means it scores above 37% of the shares. Chart Industries, Inc. ranks 32 in the Specialty Industrial Machinery industry. Specialized industrial machinery is number 72 out of 148 industries.

GTLS has an overall score of 37. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the ranking on GTLS!

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What’s going on with Chart Industries, Inc. stocks today?

Shares of Chart Industries, Inc. (GTLS) are trading at $118.35 at 1:29 p.m. on Monday, February 14, up $0.78, or 0.66% from the previous closing price of 117 $.57. The stock has traded between $115.10 and $119.27 so far today. The volume today is light. So far, 167,233 shares have been traded with an average volume of 584,941 shares. Click here for the full Chart Industries, Inc. stock report.

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Karen J. Nelson