Midday Report: Mannatech (MTEX) Shares Fall for June 21

Equities Staff  |

Shares of Mannatech Inc (NASDAQ: MTEX) fell 11.40% Tuesday.

As of 11:52:04 est, Mannatech is currently sitting at $19.36 and dropped $2.49  per share.

Mannatech has moved 7.47% over the last 30 days and has moved YTD 42.10% based on the prior day’s close.

The company is set to release earnings on 2022-08-11.

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

About Mannatech Inc

Mannatech, Incorporated is committed to transforming lives through the development of high quality integrated health, weight management, fitness and skin care products distributed through its global network of independent associates and members. The company has been operating for more than 25 years with operations in 25 markets.

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