Finance of America Companies (FOA) Moves Down in Pre-Market Trading for August 5

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Finance of America Companies Inc (NYSE:FOA) has already dropped $-0.27 in early trading Friday.

After closing the previous trading session at $1.97, Finance of America Companies has moved 13.71% lower ahead of market open.

The company rose 12.57% over the last 5 days.

Today could shape up to be an attractive day for Finance of America Companies investors.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Finance of America Companies Inc visit the company profile.

Pre-market prices and movements as of 07:52:57 est.

About Finance of America Companies Inc

Finance of America is a diversified, vertically integrated consumer lending platform. Product offerings include residential mortgages, reverse mortgages, and loans to residential real estate investors distributed across retail, third party network, and digital channels. In addition, Finance of America offers complementary lending services to enhance the customer experience, as well as capital markets and portfolio management capabilities to optimize distribution to investors. The company is headquartered in Irving, TX.

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