Market Movers: Cinemark (CNK) Loses 13.44% to Close at $16.75 August 5

Equities Staff  |

Shares of Cinemark Holdings Inc (NYSE:CNK) moved 13.44% down on August 5 to close at $16.75.

6,050,182 traded hands. Their current average 30 day volume is 2,649,243 shares.

Cinemark has moved 20.04% year-to-date in 2022.

The company expects its next earnings on 2022-08-05.

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

About Cinemark Holdings Inc

Headquartered in Plano, TX, Cinemark is one of the largest and most influential movie theatre companies in the world. Cinemark's circuit, comprised of various brands that also include Century, Tinseltown and Rave, operates 531 theatres (331 U.S., 200 South and Central America) with 5,958 screens (4,507 U.S., 1,451 South and Central America) in 42 states domestically and 15 countries throughout South and Central America. Cinemark consistently provides an extraordinary guest experience from the initial ticket purchase to the closing credits, including Movie Club, the first U.S. exhibitor-launched subscription program; the highest Luxury Lounger recliner seat penetration among the major players; XD - the No. 1 exhibitor-brand premium large format; and expansive food and beverage options to further enhance the moviegoing experience.

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