Cardlytics (CDLX) Down in Light Trading for August 4

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Shares of Cardlytics Inc (NASDAQ:CDLX) moved 8.39% down on August 4 to close at $14.74.

874,170 traded hands. Their current average 30 day volume is 1,053,427 shares.

Cardlytics is down 75.65% year-to-date in 2022.

The company anticipates its next earnings on 2022-11-01.

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

About Cardlytics Inc

Cardlytics is a digital advertising platform. Cardlytics partners with financial institutions to run their banking rewards programs that promote customer loyalty and deepen banking relationships. In turn, Cardlytics has a secure view into where and when consumers are spending their money. Cardlytics uses these insights to help marketers identify, reach, and influence likely buyers at scale, as well as measure the true sales impact of marketing campaigns. Headquartered in Atlanta, Cardlytics has offices in London, New York, San Francisco and Visakhapatnam.

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