Sonos (SONO) falls 5.67% in Active Trading on January 14

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Sonos Inc (NASDAQ: SONO) shares fell 5.67%, or $1.67 per share, to close Friday at $27.81. After opening the day at $29.02, shares of Sonos fluctuated between $29.18 and $27.40. 4,680,956 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 2,132,890. Friday's activity brought Sonos’s market cap to $3,535,445,142.

Sonos is headquartered in Santa Barbara, California..

About Sonos Inc

Sonos is one of the world's leading sound experience brands. As the inventor of multi-room wireless home audio, Sonos innovation helps the world listen better by giving people access to the content they love and allowing them to control it however they choose. Known for delivering an unparalleled sound experience, thoughtful home design aesthetic, simplicity of use and an open platform, Sonos makes the breadth of audio content available to anyone. Sonos is headquartered in Santa Barbara, California.

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