Ocwen (OCN) Drops 17.00% on August 4

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Ocwen Financial Corp. (NYSE: OCN) shares have fallen 17.00%, or $5.985 per share, as on 12:03:50 est today. Since opening at $35.00, 178,025 shares of Ocwen have traded hands and the stock has ranged between $35.00 and $26.73.  

Already the company has a YTD change of 11.91%.

Ocwen expects its next earnings on 2022-08-04.

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

About Ocwen Financial Corp.

Ocwen Financial Corporation is a leading non-bank mortgage servicer and originator providing solutions through its primary brands, PHH Mortgage and Liberty Reverse Mortgage. PHH Mortgage is one of the largest servicers in the country, focused on delivering a variety of servicing and lending programs. Liberty is one of the nation's largest reverse mortgage lenders dedicated to education and providing loans that help customers meet their personal and financial needs. The Company is headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida, with offices in the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands and operations in India and the Philippines, and has been serving its customers since 1988.

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