Market Mover: AudioEye (AEYE) Up at Midday August 5

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AudioEye Inc (NASDAQ: AEYE) shares are up 12.77%, or $0.72 per share, as on 11:45:51 est today. Since opening at $5.97, 27,634 shares of AudioEye have traded hands and the stock has traded between $6.47 and $5.95.  

Already the company is down 17.09%.

AudioEye anticipates its next earnings on 2022-08-11.

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

About AudioEye Inc

AudioEye is an industry-leading digital accessibility platform delivering trusted ADA and WCAG accessibility compliance at scale. Through patented technology, subject matter expertise and proprietary processes, AudioEye is eradicating all barriers to digital access, helping creators get accessible and supporting them with ongoing advisory and automated upkeep. Trusted by the FCC, ADP, SSA, Samsung, and more, AudioEye helps everyone identify and resolve issues of accessibility and enhance user experiences, automating digital accessibility for the widest audiences. AudioEye stands out among its competitors because it delivers human-in-the loop machine learning accessibility remediations without fundamental changes to website architecture, as well as, source code audits, browser-based tools, and continuous accessibility monitoring.

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