Workiva (WK) falls 0.19% in Active Trading on January 14

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Today, Workiva Inc - Class A Inc’s (NYSE: WK) stock fell $0.22, accounting for a 0.19% decrease. Workiva opened at $115.37 before trading between $119.54 and $111.98 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Workiva’s market cap fall to $5,274,574,048 on 358,234 shares -above their 30-day average of 351,635.

Workiva employs around 1421 people with a head office in Ames, Iowa.

About Workiva Inc - Class A

Workiva Inc. simplifies complex work for thousands of organizations worldwide. Customers trust Workiva's open, intelligent and intuitive platform to connect data, documents and teams. The results: more efficiency, greater transparency and less risk.

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