Jianpu (JT) Rises in Active Trading for August 4

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Jianpu Technology Inc - ADR (NYSE:JT) shares moved 5.75% today on 111,845 shares - while the stock has a 30 day average of 107,117 shares traded.

After closing today at $1.84 the company has a 50 day moving average of $1.65.

The company is set to release earnings on 2022-09-19.

Jianpu has moved 68.93% so far this year.

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

About Jianpu Technology Inc - ADR

Jianpu Technology Inc. is a leading independent open platform for discovery and recommendation of financial products in China. By leveraging its deep data insights and proprietary technology, Jianpu provides users with personalized search results and recommendations that are tailored to each user's particular financial needs and credit profile. The Company also enables financial service providers with sales and marketing solutions to reach and serve their target customers more effectively through online and mobile channels and enhance their competitiveness by providing them with tailored data, risk management and end-to-end solutions. The Company is committed to maintaining an independent open platform, which allows it to serve the needs of users and financial service providers impartially.

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