Verisign (VRSN) falls 1.47% for January 14

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Today, Verisign Inc. Inc’s (NASDAQ: VRSN) stock fell $3.38, accounting for a 1.47% decrease. Verisign opened at $227.90 before trading between $229.50 and $224.85 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Verisign’s market cap fall to $25,157,044,185 on 892,072 shares -above their 30-day average of 574,695.

About Verisign Inc.

Verisign, a global provider of domain name registry services and internet infrastructure, enables internet navigation for many of the world's most recognized domain names. Verisign enables the security, stability and resiliency of key internet infrastructure and services, including providing root zone maintainer services, operating two of the 13 global internet root servers and providing registration services and authoritative resolution for the .com and .net top-level domains, which support the majority of global e-commerce.

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