Viavi (VIAV) falls 0.29% on Moderate Volume January 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, Viavi Solutions Inc Inc’s (NASDAQ: VIAV) stock fell $0.05, accounting for a 0.29% decrease. Viavi opened at $16.92 before trading between $16.98 and $16.74 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Viavi’s market cap fall to $4,026,405,431 on 1,791,902 shares -below their 30-day average of 2,009,871.

About Viavi Solutions Inc

VIAVI is a global provider of network test, monitoring and assurance solutions for communications service providers, enterprises, network equipment manufacturers, government and avionics. We help these customers harness the power of instruments, automation, intelligence and virtualization to Command the network. VIAVI is also a leader in light management solutions for 3D sensing, anti-counterfeiting, consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, and defense applications.

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