Upwork (UPWK) falls 0.62% on Moderate Volume September 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, Upwork Inc Inc’s (NASDAQ: UPWK) stock fell $0.29, accounting for a 0.62% decrease. Upwork opened at $47.03 before trading between $47.82 and $46.15 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw Upwork’s market cap fall to $5,959,704,046 on 910,554 shares -below their 30-day average of 1,166,326.

About Upwork Inc

Upwork is the world's largest work marketplace that connects businesses with independent talent, as measured by GSV. We serve everyone from one-person startups to 30% of the Fortune 100 with a powerful, trust-driven platform that enables companies and freelancers to work together in new ways that unlock their potential. Our talent community earned over $2 billion on Upwork in 2019 across more than 8,000 skills, including website & app development, creative & design, customer support, finance & accounting, consulting, and operations.

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