SiteOne Landscape Supply (SITE) falls 2.48% for January 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, SiteOne Landscape Supply Inc Inc’s (NYSE: SITE) stock fell $5.2, accounting for a 2.48% decrease. SiteOne Landscape Supply opened at $206.50 before trading between $206.50 and $200.61 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw SiteOne Landscape Supply’s market cap fall to $9,143,508,957 on 297,176 shares -above their 30-day average of 264,016.

About SiteOne Landscape Supply Inc

SiteOne Landscape Supply (NYSE: SITE), is the largest and only national wholesale distributor of landscape supplies in the United States and has a growing presence in Canada. Its customers are primarily residential and commercial landscape professionals who specialize in the design, installation and maintenance of lawns, gardens, golf courses and other outdoor spaces.

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