Taitron Components (TAIT) falls 6.62% to Close at $4.12 on January 14

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Taitron Components Inc. - Class A (NASDAQ: TAIT) shares fell 6.62%, or $0.2772 per share, to close Friday at $4.12. After opening the day at $4.13, shares of Taitron Components fluctuated between $4.16 and $3.90. 49,817 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 28,157. Friday's activity brought Taitron Components’s market cap to $19,954,951.

About Taitron Components Inc. - Class A

Taitron Components Incorporated distributes a wide variety of transistors, diodes, and other discrete semiconductors, optoelectronic devices, and passive components. The Company distributes these products to electronic distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and contract electronic manufacturers who incorporate the components in their products.

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