Where are shares of Simulations Plus Inc (SLP) falling in the health information services space after rising 0.57% this week?

Simulations Plus Inc (SLP) is at the top of the health information services industry according to InvestorsObserver. SLP received an overall rating of 65, meaning it scores above 65% of all actions. Simulations Plus Inc also scored 88 in the health information services sector, putting it above 88% of health information services stocks. Health information services ranks 96th out of 148 industries.

SLP has an overall score of 65. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the rankings on SLP!

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What’s going on with Simulations Plus Inc stock today?

Shares of Simulations Plus Inc (SLP) are trading at $60.39 at 1:58 p.m. Thursday, September 8, up $1.40, or 2.37% from the previous closing price of 58.99 $. The stock has traded between $58.77 and $60.94 so far today. Volume today is less active than usual. So far, 40,071 shares have been traded against an average volume of 113,891 shares. Click here for the full Simulations Plus Inc stock report.

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