Outdoor financials: Johnson Outdoors leads small-cap percentage gainers

Johnson Outdoors was among the biggest percentage gainers in Aug. 18's trading among companies with market capitalizations under $1 billion.
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Johnson Outdoors leads small-cap percentage gainers

Johnson Outdoors (Nasdaq: JOUT) was among the biggest percentage gainers in Aug. 18's trading among companies with market capitalizations under $1 billion.

It was up 10.6 percent, reaching a day's high of $7.71, and closed at $7.41, up $0.45 from the previous day. The company has had a 52-week range of $3.89 to $15.98.

--Compiled by Wendy Geister

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