Price Alert: Shares of News (NWS) Trade 2.76% Higher at Midday May 13

Equities Staff  |

News Corp - Class B (NASDAQ: NWS) shares are up 2.76%, or $0.485 per share, as on 12:04:27 est today. After Opening the Day at $17.73, 225,771 shares of News exchanged hands and the stock has ranged between $18.14 and $17.58.  

So far this year the company has moved YTD 21.41%.

News anticipates its next earnings on 2022-08-04.

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