Wah Fu Education (WAFU) falls 5.55% on Moderate Volume September 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, Wah Fu Education Group Ltd Inc’s (NASDAQ: WAFU) stock fell $0.36, accounting for a 5.55% decrease. Wah Fu Education opened at $6.49 before trading between $6.50 and $6.13 throughout Tuesday’s session. The activity saw Wah Fu Education’s market cap fall to $27,217,721 on 152,655 shares -below their 30-day average of 176,890.

About Wah Fu Education Group Ltd

Headquartered in Beijing, China, Wah Fu Education Group Limited provides online training and exam preparation services, as well as related training materials and technology solutions for both institutions, such as universities and training institutions, and students.

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