Valmont Industries, (VMI) falls 0.52% for January 14

Equities Staff  |

Valmont Industries, Inc. (NYSE: VMI) shares fell 0.52%, or $1.25 per share, to close Friday at $240.41. After opening the day at $240.39, shares of Valmont Industries, fluctuated between $241.45 and $238.68. 78,932 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 66,750. Friday's activity brought Valmont Industries,’s market cap to $5,102,506,316.

Valmont Industries, is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska..

About Valmont Industries, Inc.

Valmont Industries Inc. is a global leader, designing and manufacturing engineered products and services that support global infrastructure development and agricultural productivity. Its products for infrastructure serve highway, transportation, wireless communication, electric transmission, and industrial construction and energy markets. Its irrigation equipment and services for large-scale agriculture improve farm productivity while conserving fresh water resources. In addition, Valmont provides coatings services that protect against corrosion and improve the service life of steel and other metal products.

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