Latham (SWIM) falls 0.15% on Strong Volume January 14

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Today, Latham Group Inc Inc’s (NASDAQ: SWIM) stock fell $0.03, accounting for a 0.15% decrease. Latham opened at $19.45 before trading between $19.98 and $18.66 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Latham’s market cap fall to $2,388,426,028 on 1,285,158 shares -above their 30-day average of 1,124,670.

About Latham Group Inc

Latham, the Pool Company™, headquartered in Latham, NY, is the largest designer, manufacturer and marketer of in-ground residential swimming pools in North America, Australia and New Zealand. With a coast-to-coast operations platform consisting of over 2,000 employees across 32 facilities, Latham has sold over 8,700 fiberglass pools in the United States in 2020.

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