Net 1 UEPS (UEPS) falls 3.05% for January 14

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Net 1 UEPS Technologies Inc (NASDAQ: UEPS) shares fell 3.05%, or $0.16 per share, to close Friday at $5.08. After opening the day at $5.12, shares of Net 1 UEPS fluctuated between $5.20 and $5.00. 72,796 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 320,429. Friday's activity brought Net 1 UEPS’s market cap to $289,540,767.

Net 1 UEPS is headquartered in Cnr Jan Smuts Bolton, Johannesburg..

About Net 1 UEPS Technologies Inc

Net 1 UEPS Technologies Inc. is a South African-focused financial technology company with a presence in Africa and Asia. Net1 utilizes its proprietary banking and payment technology to distribute low-cost financial and value-added services to underserved consumers and small businesses. The Company also provides transaction processing services, including being a payment processor and bill payment platform in South Africa. Net1 leverages its strategic investments in banks, telecom and mobile payment technology companies to further expand its product offerings or to enter new markets.

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