ContextLogic (WISH) falls 4.24% for September 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, ContextLogic Inc - Class A Inc’s (NASDAQ: WISH) stock fell $0.28, accounting for a 4.24% decrease. ContextLogic opened at $6.61 before trading between $6.68 and $6.27 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw ContextLogic’s market cap fall to $3,532,140,000 on 41,793,528 shares -above their 30-day average of 37,342,528.

About ContextLogic Inc - Class A

ContextLogic Inc., doing business as, provides e-commerce services. The Company helps merchants to reach customers, as well as enable users to personalize shopping and find the products. Wish serves customers worldwide.

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