Fitness-Related Stocks Dip in Turbulent Day on Wall Street

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange NYSE on August 24 2015 in New York City As the global economy continues to react from events in China markets dropped significantly around the world on Monday Photo by Spencer PlattGetty Images
<p>Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 24, 2015, in New York City. As the global economy continues to react from events in China, markets dropped significantly around the world on Monday. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images.)</p>

Publicly traded fitness-related companies were affected in the turbulence hitting financial markets on Monday.

Triggered by fears of an economic slowdown in China, the New York Stock Exchange fell by as much as 1,089 points in the open before ending 588 points lower (3.57 percent). Monday marked the biggest intraday swing in the Dow's history, according to CNBC.  The NASDAQ fell 3.82 percent, and the S&P 500 fell 3.94 percent.

Town Sports International (TSI), New York, (NYSE:CLUB), closed down 12.22 percent at $2.37 per share after falling to a daily low of $2.25 in afternoon trading. TSI, which traded at a 52-week high of $7.69 in January, hit its 52-week low on Aug. 19 at $1.92 per share.

Planet Fitness, Newington, New Hampshire, (NYSE:PLNT), closed down 7.33 percent at $15.05 per share after falling to a daily low of $13.65 in the opening hour of trading. Planet Fitness, which went public on Aug. 6 at $14.50 per share, traded at a high of $20.68 on Aug. 10.

Brunswick Corp, Lake Forest, Illinois, (NYSE:BC), traded down 5.16 percent at $47.59 per share after falling to a daily low of $47.02 in the opening hour of trading. The parent company of Life Fitness is trading in a 52-week range of $38.17 to $56.63 per share.

Fitbit, San Francisco, (NYSE:FIT) closed down 3.34 percent at $37.36 per share after falling to a daily low of $30.51 in the opening hour of trading. Fitbit, which went public in June at $20 per share, hit a high of $51.90 per share on Aug. 5.

ClubCorp, Dallas, (NASDAQ:MYCC), closed down 4.02 percent at $21.26 per share after falling to a daily low of $21.05 in the first hour of trading. ClubCorp reached a 52-week high of $24.95 per share on July 23 after announcing record second quarter results.

Mindbody, San Luis Obispo, California, (NASDAQ:MB) remained unchanged and closed at $13.74 per share, up from Monday's open of $12.82 and daily low of $11.94. Mindbody, which went public in June, traded at a high of $16.25 per share on June 19 before hitting a low of $9.14 per share on Aug. 4.

AmerSports, Helsinki, Finland, closed down 5.1 percent at EUR22.52 per share on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. The parent company of Precor is trading in a 52-week range of EUR14.40 to EUR26.55 per share.

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