Zymergen (ZY) falls 2.49% in Light Trading on January 14

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Zymergen Inc (NASDAQ: ZY) shares fell 2.49%, or $0.14 per share, to close Friday at $5.49. After opening the day at $5.49, shares of Zymergen fluctuated between $5.68 and $5.36. 712,515 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 1,369,500. Friday's activity brought Zymergen’s market cap to $562,180,365.

Zymergen is headquartered in Emeryville, California..

About Zymergen Inc

Zymergen is a biofacturing company using biology to reimagine the world. Zymergen partners with nature to create, develop and manufacture breakthrough products and materials across a broad range of industries.

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