Strattec Security (STRT) falls 0.40% on Moderate Volume January 14

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Strattec Security Corp. (NASDAQ: STRT), a Milwaukee, Wisconsin, company, fell to close at $39.52 Friday after losing $0.16 (0.40%) on volume of 2,550 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $40.69 to a low of $39.14 while Strattec Security’s market cap now stands at $156,248,129.

About Strattec Security Corp.

STRATTEC Security Corporation delivers a comprehensive range of "Smart" Vehicle Power Access and Electronic and Security Solutions. The company's leading portfolio of products and technologies has enabled STRATTEC to grow and thrive over its 110 year history, serving the Automotive Industry & Beyond.

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