UTime (UTME) falls 6.29% in Light Trading on September 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, UTime Ltd Inc’s (NASDAQ: UTME) stock fell $0.37, accounting for a 6.29% decrease. UTime opened at $5.80 before trading between $5.96 and $5.50 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw UTime’s market cap fall to $45,555,539 on 206,193 shares -below their 30-day average of 266,872.

About UTime Ltd

UTime Limited operates as a mobile device manufacturing company committed to providing cost effective products and solutions to consumers globally and helping low-income individuals from established and emerging markets. UTime Limited is mainly engaged in the design, development, production, sales and brand operation of mobile phones, accessories and related consumer electronics. UTime Limited values systematic management and organizes production with strict high-quality standards and production technologies. UTime Limited continuously endeavors to improve its overall manufacturing service level, to strengthen its cost control processes, and enhance its ability to respond rapidly to market dynamics for sustainable development in its Electronics Manufacturing Services segment.

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