Market Movers: Lear (LEA) Sheds 5.27% to Close at $148.00 August 4

Equities Staff  |

Today, Lear Corp. (NYSE:LEA) fell $8.23 to end the day Thursday at $148.00.

The company began the day at $153.77 and shares fluctuated between $154.96 and $147.95 with 1,042,370 shares trading hands.

Lear is averaging 618,271 shares traded over the last 30 days. They have fell 13.67% YTD.

Lear anticipates its next earnings on 2022-11-01.

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

About Lear Corp.

Lear, a global automotive technology leader in Seating and E-Systems, enables superior in-vehicle experiences for consumers around the world. Our diverse team of talented employees in 39 countries is driven by a commitment to innovation, operational excellence, and sustainability. Lear is Making every drive better™ by providing the technology for safer, smarter, and more comfortable journeys. Lear, headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, serves every major automaker in the world and ranks 166 on the Fortune 500.

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