Boston, MA, 08/14/2013 (nysepost) – United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE:UAL) recently created a buzz in the markets with new peaks in share prices being touched by the stock. However, the stock had moved off from this uptrend in prices in the past few days to report declines. It was recently announced that the company had been chosen as the winner of the Eco-Aviation Airline of the Year Gold Winner. This award had been presented to the company for the impactful and consistent actions that had been taken up within the company and in the airline industry and for the leadership demonstrated in the eco aviation by the company.
United Continental Holdings Inc had actively engaged in a wide range of environmental protection activities with primary focus on the climate change and use of bio fuels. Further the company had also been taking up activities related to the improvement of the efficiency of the airline and the environment in which it is operating. All such initiatives taken up by United Continental Holdings had finally paid off to be recognized with this award in the industry.
United Continental Holdings Inc traded in the markets on Tuesday to close at $30.73 per share, which was reported to be a loss of 7.47% over the previous close. The stock had traded during the day with price movements ranging from low price of $30.64 to high price of $33.60 per share. The company had recorded the lowest price at $17.95 and the highest price at $36.74 per share for the past 52 weeks of trading. On Tuesday, the trading volume on the stock was reported to be at 24.08 million shares, while the average level of trading volume in the past 30 days had been recorded as 3.43 million shares per day.