Market Mover: Genie Energy (GNE) Loses at Midday August 4

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Genie Energy Ltd - Class B (NYSE: GNE) shares lost 9.32%, or $0.91 per share, as on 11:54:29 est today. After Opening the Day at $9.67, 96,711 shares of Genie Energy have been traded today and the stock has moved between $9.67 and $8.78.  

This year the company is up 77.41%.

Genie Energy anticipates its next earnings on 2022-08-08.

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

About Genie Energy Ltd - Class B

Genie Energy Ltd.,is a global provider of energy services. The Genie Retail Energy division supplies electricity, including electricity from renewable resources, and natural gas to residential and small business customers in the United States. The Genie Retail Energy International division supplies customers in Europeand Asia. The Genie Energy Services division includes Diversegy, a commercial and industrial brokerage and consultative services company, and Genie Solar Energy and Prism Solar, which design, supply and install commercial solar solutions.

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