Early Trading Has Happiness (HAPP) Climbing for August 5

Equities Staff  |

Shares of Happiness Development Group Ltd - Class A (NASDAQ:HAPP) are on the move in pre-market trading for August 5.

Ahead of the market's open, Happiness stock has climbed 8.00% from the previous session’s close.

Happiness gained $0.03 in the last session and looks to continue today.

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

Pre-market prices and movements as of 08:01:15 est.

About Happiness Development Group Ltd - Class A

Headquartered in Nanping, China, Happiness Biotech Group Limited is an innovative China-based nutraceutical and dietary supplements producer focused on the research, development, manufacturing and marketing of a variety of products made from Chinese herbal extracts and other ingredients. The Company's goal is to provide high-quality products to its consumers. Over the past 17 years, the Company has established a product portfolio consisting of 32 PRC National Medical Products Administration registered 'Blue-Cap' SKUs of nutraceutical and dietary supplements products. Recently the Company started e-commerce business under the brands 'Happy Buy' and 'Happy Auto'.

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