Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory (RMCF) falls 0.61% on Strong Volume September 14

Equities Staff  |

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Inc (NASDAQ: RMCF) shares fell 0.61%, or $0.05 per share, to close Tuesday at $8.21. After opening the day at $8.31, shares of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory fluctuated between $8.49 and $7.61. 48,230 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 21,425. Tuesday's activity brought Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory’s market cap to $50,280,404.

About Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Inc

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc., headquartered in Durango, Colorado, is an international franchiser of gourmet chocolate, confection and self-serve frozen yogurt stores and a manufacturer of an extensive line of premium chocolates and other confectionery products. As of January 13, 2021, the Company, through its subsidiaries and its franchisees and licensees operated 390 Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and self-serve frozen yogurt stores in 40 states, Canada, South Korea, Qatar, the Republic of Panama, and The Republic of the Philippines.

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