On 27 March 2020, National Instruments Corporation (NASDAQ: NATI) stock changed 2.11% to recent value of $31.45. There are 106.28M shares outstanding and 106.28M shares are floated in market. NATI over recent time; they noted that 899790 shares changed at hands contradiction to its average trading volume of 734.29K.
NI (NATI) reported plans recently to support the global engineering community during the COVID-19 disruption by providing free access to all NI online training through April 30. Additional virtual instructor-led learning experiences, modeled after its regional classroom training program, also are accessible at a reduced cost.
“As the nature of our day-to-day lives shifts, NI is virtual, ready, and here to help navigate this new working environment. There are so many opportunities to push forward, to continue to improve and invent, and to emerge from this situation stronger than when we went in,” stated Paul Hofstadler, NI vice president of global services.
All NI online courses and materials are now accessible to anyone, from anywhere, at any time, and at any pace*. The curriculum offers engineers and industry professionals an prospects to earn valuable credentials, such as Certified LabVIEW Developer and Architect, at a time when they may face gaps in their schedules. Courses are provided in six languages, including English, French, Spanish, simplified Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Portuguese.
“NI recognizes that many of our consumers and colleagues, and the wider community, are experiencing distress,” Hofstadler continued. “We feel it’s important to connect them with expertise that empowers them to continue to engineer the extraordinary, despite the tremendous challenge we are all presently facing.”
The stock disclosed a move of -21.09% away from 50 day moving average and -24.48% away from 200 day moving average. Moving closer, we can see that shares have been trading -4.13% away off 20-day moving average.
NATI ’s shares are at -26.17% for the quarter and driving a -29.17% return over the course of the past year and is now at -25.72% since this point in 2019. The average volatility for the week and month was at 16.40% and -21.63% respectively.