Future FinTech (FTFT) falls 0.42% in Light Trading on September 13

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Future FinTech Group Inc (NASDAQ: FTFT), a Xian, Shaanxi, company, fell to close at $2.39 Monday after losing $0.01 (0.42%) on volume of 1,380,640 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $2.49 to a low of $2.32 while Future FinTech’s market cap now stands at $167,460,481.

About Future FinTech Group Inc

Future FinTech Group Inc. ('Future FinTech', 'FTFT' or the 'Company') is a leading blockchain e-commerce company and a service provider for financial technology incorporated in Florida. The Company's operations include a blockchain-based online shopping mall platform, Chain Cloud Mall ('CCM'), a cross-border e-commerce platform (NONOGIRL), an incubator for blockchain based application projects. The Company is also engaged in the development of blockchain based e-Commerce technology as well as financial technology.

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