Uniti (UNIT) falls 0.64% in Light Trading on January 14

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Uniti Group Inc (NASDAQ: UNIT) shares fell 0.64%, or $0.08 per share, to close Friday at $12.52. After opening the day at $12.52, shares of Uniti fluctuated between $12.61 and $12.33. 1,355,606 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 1,506,937. Friday's activity brought Uniti’s market cap to $2,955,608,532.

Uniti is headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas..

About Uniti Group Inc

Uniti Group Inc., an internally managed real estate investment trust, is engaged in the acquisition and construction of mission critical communications infrastructure, and is a leading provider of wireless infrastructure solutions for the communications industry. As of December 31, 2020, Uniti owns over 123,000 fiber route miles, approximately 6.9 million fiber strand miles, and other communications real estate throughout the United States.

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