Technical Communications (NASDAQ:TCCO) was downgraded by equities research analysts at TheStreet from a “c” rating to a “d” rating in a note issued to investors on Wednesday, TheStreetRatingsTable reports.

Separately, ValuEngine raised Alleghany from a “hold” rating to a “buy” rating in a report on Friday, April 19th.

Shares of TCCO remained flat at $$3.35 during mid-day trading on Wednesday. The stock had a trading volume of 515 shares, compared to its average volume of 10,715. The company has a market cap of $6.46 million, a PE ratio of 16.62 and a beta of 1.26. Technical Communications has a twelve month low of $2.28 and a twelve month high of $5.95. The stock’s 50-day simple moving average is $3.78.

About Technical Communications

Technical Communications Corporation designs, develops, manufactures, distributes, markets, and sells communications security devices, systems, and services worldwide. The company primarily provides voice, data, and fax, and voice networks. Its products include government systems, such as DSD 72A-SP military bulk encryptor, CSD 3324 SE telephone/fax encryptor, and the DSP 9000 radio encryption system, as well as the HSE 6000 squad radio headset and telephone encryptor for public safety special operations land mobile radio applications and for military applications.

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