Watts Water (WTS) falls 0.03% to Close at $187.62 on January 14

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Today, Watts Water Technologies, Inc. - Class A Inc’s (NYSE: WTS) stock fell $0.05, accounting for a 0.03% decrease. Watts Water opened at $186.20 before trading between $188.20 and $183.72 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Watts Water’s market cap fall to $5,170,446,219 on 130,017 shares -below their 30-day average of 142,603.

About Watts Water Technologies, Inc. - Class A

Watts Water Technologies, Inc., through its family of companies, is a global manufacturer headquartered in the USA that provides one of the broadest plumbing, heating, and water quality product lines in the world. Watts Water companies and brands offer innovative plumbing, heating, and water quality solutions for residential, commercial, and industrial applications. The company employs 4,800 people across 27 countries.

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