Armstrong Flooring Inc (AFI) drops 10.36% for July 21

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Armstrong Flooring Inc (NYSE: AFI) shares dropped 10.36%, or $0.57 per share, to close Wednesday at $4.93. After opening the day at $5.56, shares of Armstrong Flooring fluctuated between $5.62 and $4.80. 502,117 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 118,348. Wednesday's activity brought Armstrong Flooring’s market cap to $106,911,300.

Armstrong Flooring is headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and employs more than 4,200 people.

About Armstrong Flooring Inc

Armstrong Flooring, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of flooring products and one of the industry’s most trusted and celebrated brands. The company continually builds on its resilient, 150-year legacy by delivering on its mission to create a stronger future for customers through adaptive and inventive solutions. Headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Armstrong Flooring safely and responsibly operates eight manufacturing facilities globally.

Visit Armstrong Flooring Inc’s profile for more information.

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