Ballys (BALY) Drops in Active Trading for August 4

Equities Staff  |

Today, Ballys Corporation (NYSE:BALY) was down $1.4 to end the day Thursday at $21.35.

The company began the day at $23.33 and shares fluctuated between $24.05 and $21.08 with 1,043,233 shares trading hands.

Ballys is averaging 716,495 shares traded over the last 30 days. They have lost 40.23% YTD.

Ballys anticipates its next earnings on 2022-08-04.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Ballys visit the company profile.

About Ballys Corporation

Bally's Corporation currently owns and manages 11 casinos across seven states, a horse racetrack and 13 authorized OTB licenses in Colorado. With more than 5,900 employees, the Company's operations include 13,260 slot machines, 459 game tables and 2,941 hotel rooms. Following the completion of pending acquisitions, which include Tropicana Evansville (Evansville, IN), Jumer's Casino & Hotel (Rock Island, IL), and MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa (Lake Tahoe, NV), as well as the construction of a land-based casino near the Nittany Mall in State College, PA, Bally's will own and manage 15 casinos across 11 states. Its shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol 'BALY.'

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