Sharps Compliance (SMED) falls 1.04% in Light Trading on January 14

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Sharps Compliance Corp. (NASDAQ: SMED) shares fell 1.04%, or $0.07 per share, to close Friday at $6.69. After opening the day at $6.67, shares of Sharps Compliance fluctuated between $6.74 and $6.52. 121,111 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 122,254. Friday's activity brought Sharps Compliance’s market cap to $128,643,642.

About Sharps Compliance Corp.

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Sharps Compliance is a leading business-to-business services provider to the healthcare, long-term care and retail pharmacy markets. Sharps Compliance offers comprehensive solutions for the management of regulated medical waste, hazardous waste and unused medications.

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