Market Movers: AST SpaceMobile (ASTS) Gains 7.11% to Close at $7.83 August 4

Equities Staff  |

Today, AST SpaceMobile Inc - Class A (NASDAQ:ASTS) was up $0.52 to end the day Thursday at $7.83.

The company started at $7.43 and shares fluctuated between $7.94 and $7.32 with 924,973 shares trading hands.

AST SpaceMobile is averaging 654,714 shares traded over the last 30 days. They have shed 7.93% YTD.

AST SpaceMobile is set to release earnings on 2022-08-15.

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

About AST SpaceMobile Inc - Class A

AST SpaceMobile is building the first, and only, space-based cellular broadband network to operate directly with standard, unmodified mobile devices based on its extensive IP and patent portfolio. AST SpaceMobile's team of engineers and space scientists are on a mission to eliminate the connectivity gaps faced by today's five billion mobile subscribers and finally bring broadband to the billions who remain unconnected.

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