Velodyne Lidar (VLDR) falls 0.72% for January 14

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Today, Velodyne Lidar Inc Inc’s (NASDAQ: VLDR) stock fell $0.03, accounting for a 0.72% decrease. Velodyne Lidar opened at $4.13 before trading between $4.25 and $4.04 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Velodyne Lidar’s market cap fall to $815,255,668 on 1,821,850 shares -below their 30-day average of 2,775,323.

About Velodyne Lidar Inc

Velodyne Lidar ushered in a new era of autonomous technology with the invention of real-time surround view lidar sensors. Velodyne is the first public pure-play lidar company and is known worldwide for its broad portfolio of breakthrough lidar technologies. Velodyne's revolutionary sensor and software solutions provide flexibility, quality and performance to meet the needs of a wide range of industries, including autonomous vehicles, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), smart cities and security. Through continuous innovation, Velodyne strives to transform lives and communities by advancing safer mobility for all.

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