Market Movers: AMC Networks (AMCX) Drops 12.73% to Close at $28.93 August 5

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AMC Networks Inc - Class A (NASDAQ:AMCX) stock was among today's market movers, finishing trading down 12.73% to $28.93 on August 5.

551,514 shares exchanged hands in comparison to the 30-day daily average of 210,710 shares.

The company's stock has moved 3.75% so far in 2022.

AMC Networks shares have traded in a range between $27.36 and $56.04 over the past twelve months.

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

About AMC Networks Inc - Class A

AMC Networks is a global entertainment company known for its popular and critically-acclaimed content. Its portfolio of brands includes AMC, BBC AMERICA (operated through a joint venture with BBC Studios), IFC, SundanceTV, WE tv, IFC Films, and a number of fast-growing streaming services, including the AMC+ premium streaming bundle, Acorn TV, Shudder, Sundance Now and ALLBLK (formerly branded 'UMC'). AMC Studios, the Company's in-house studio, production and distribution operation, is behind award-winning owned series and franchises, including The Walking Dead, the highest-rated series in cable history. The Company also operates AMC Networks International, its international programming business, and Levity Entertainment Group, its production services and comedy venues business.

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