Universal Security Instruments, Inc. (UUU) gains 8.13% for July 21

Equities Staff  |

Universal Security Instruments, Inc. (NYSE: UUU) shares gained 8.13%, or $0.47 per share, to close Wednesday at $6.25. After opening the day at $5.75, shares of Universal Security Instruments, fluctuated between $6.34 and $5.75. 83,757 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 131,039. Wednesday's activity brought Universal Security Instruments,’s market cap to $14,455,544.

About Universal Security Instruments, Inc.

Universal Security Instruments, Inc. is an international designer, developer, manufacturer and marketer of high quality, professional and easy-to-install security products. From its founding in 1969, UNIVERSAL® has grown to be an industry leader providing residential security products from its own overseas manufacturing facility. The Company presently has government regulatory approvals to distribute in 30 countries, with additional approvals coming.

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