ONE Hospitality (STKS) falls 0.39% in Light Trading on January 14

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ONE Group Hospitality Inc (NASDAQ: STKS), a New York, New York, company, fell to close at $12.68 Friday after losing $0.05 (0.39%) on volume of 109,380 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $12.78 to a low of $12.34 while ONE Hospitality’s market cap now stands at $407,124,812.

About ONE Group Hospitality Inc

The ONE Group Hospitality, Inc. is a global hospitality company thatdevelops and operates upscale and polished casual, high-energy restaurants and lounges and provides hospitality management services for hotels, casinos and other high-end venues both in the U.S. and internationally. The ONE Group's focus is to be the global leader in Vibe Dining, and its primary restaurant brands are:

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