Taylor Devices (TAYD) falls 1.40% in Light Trading on January 14

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Today, Taylor Devices Inc. Inc’s (NASDAQ: TAYD) stock fell $0.15, accounting for a 1.40% decrease. Taylor Devices opened at $10.92 before trading between $10.74 and $10.50 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Taylor Devices’s market cap fall to $37,069,726 on 2,524 shares -below their 30-day average of 2,651.

About Taylor Devices Inc.

Taylor Devices, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, and markets shock absorption, rate control, and energy storage devices for use in various types of machinery, equipment, and structures. The Company's product lines include shock absorbers, fluid dampers, shock isolators, liquid and hydropneumatic springs, crane buffers, and seismic dampers.

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