Vidler Water (VWTR) falls 1.40% for September 14

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Today, Vidler Water Resources Inc Inc’s (NASDAQ: VWTR) stock fell $0.18, accounting for a 1.40% decrease. Vidler Water opened at $13.04 before trading between $13.04 and $12.57 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw Vidler Water’s market cap fall to $231,815,413 on 80,116 shares -below their 30-day average of 150,414.

About Vidler Water Resources Inc

Vidler Water Resources, Inc. is a private-sector water resource company focused on the development of reliable water supplies in geographic areas lacking available water resources. The copmpany provides water development solutions for end users by identifying, acquiring and developing water rights, often within fragmented agricultural markets, and over time converting these water rights to higher valued municipal and industrial uses.

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