ZW Data Action (CNET) Gains 67.02% on August 5

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ZW Data Action Technologies Inc (NASDAQ: CNET) shares have risen 67.02%, or $0.3853 per share, as on 11:51:28 est today. Since opening at $0.82, 2,555,988 shares of ZW Data Action have been traded today and the stock has traded between $1.04 and $0.75.  

Already this year the company is down 17.00%.

ZW Data Action anticipates its next earnings on 2022-08-15.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on ZW Data Action visit the company profile.

About ZW Data Action Technologies Inc

Established in 2003 and headquartered in Beijing, China, ZW Data Action Technologies Inc. (the 'Company') offers online advertising, precision marketing, data analytics and other value-added services for enterprise clients. Leveraging its fully integrated services platform, proprietary database, and cutting-edge algorithms, ZW Data Action Technologies delivers customized, result-driven business solutions for small and medium-sized enterprise clients in China. The Company also develops blockchain and artificial intelligence enabled web/mobile applications and software solutions for general public, enterprise clients, and government agencies.

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