ThredUp (TDUP) falls 2.25% to Close at $17.80 on September 14

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Today, ThredUp Inc - Class A Inc’s (NASDAQ: TDUP) stock fell $0.41, accounting for a 2.25% decrease. ThredUp opened at $18.17 before trading between $18.17 and $17.46 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw ThredUp’s market cap fall to $383,597,494 on 316,839 shares -below their 30-day average of 510,261.

About ThredUp Inc - Class A

thredUP is transforming resale with the mission to inspire a new generation of consumers to think secondhand first. By making it easy to buy and sell secondhand, thredUP has become one of the world's largest resale platforms for women's and kids' apparel, shoes and accessories. thredUP is extending the life cycle of clothing, changing the way consumers shop and ushering in a more sustainable future for the fashion industry.

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