Atlassian (TEAM) falls 0.42% to Close at $297.39 on January 14

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Atlassian Corporation Plc - Class A (NASDAQ: TEAM) shares fell 0.42%, or $1.26 per share, to close Friday at $297.39. After opening the day at $296.42, shares of Atlassian fluctuated between $302.98 and $284.37. 4,026,222 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 1,973,091. Friday's activity brought Atlassian’s market cap to $74,365,752,609.

Atlassian is headquartered in 12 Primrose Street, London, and employs more than 4907 people.

About Atlassian Corporation Plc - Class A

Atlassian is a global software company helping teams around the world unleash their potential. The Company builds tools that help teams collaborate, build, and create together. With more than 180,000 customers and team of more than 5,000 Atlassians, the Company is building the next generation of team collaboration and productivity software. It believes the power of teams have the potential to change the world—one that is more open, authentic, and inclusive.

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