VIA optronics AG (VIAO) falls 2.08% for January 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, VIA optronics AG - ADR Inc’s (NYSE: VIAO) stock fell $0.2, accounting for a 2.08% decrease. VIA optronics AG opened at $9.22 before trading between $9.99 and $9.20 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw VIA optronics AG’s market cap fall to $213,622,552 on 11,197 shares -below their 30-day average of 15,904.

About VIA optronics AG - ADR

VIA is a leading provider of enhanced display solutions for multiple end-markets in which superior functionality or durability is a critical differentiating factor. Its customizable technology is well-suited for high-end markets with unique specifications as well as demanding environments that pose technical and optical challenges for displays, such as bright ambient light, vibration and shock, extreme temperatures and condensation. VIA's interactive display systems combine system design, interactive displays, software functionality, cameras and other hardware components. VIA's intellectual property portfolio, process know-how, and optical bonding and metal mesh touch sensor and camera module technologies provide enhanced display solutions that are built to meet the specific needs of its customers.

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