Ares Acquisition Corporation - Class A (AAC) falls 0.51% for July 14

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Ares Acquisition Corporation - Class A (NYSE: AAC) shares fell 0.51%, or $0.05 per share, to close Wednesday at $9.76. After opening the day at $9.82, shares of Aresoration fluctuated between $9.82 and $9.76. 12,173 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 218,839. Wednesday's activity brought Aresoration’s market cap to $976,000,000.

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