Zoom Video Communications (ZM) falls 0.74% to Close at $337.74 on August 25
Zoom Video Communications Inc – Class A (NASDAQ: ZM) shares fell 0.74%, or $2.51 per share, to close Wednesday at $337.74. After opening the day at $341.64, shares of Zoom Video Communications fluctuated between $344.05 and $336.79. 2,039,229 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 2,838,370. Wednesday’s activity brought Zoom Video Communications’s market cap to $96,596,006,882.
Zoom Video Communications is headquartered in San Jose, California..
About Zoom Video Communications Inc – Class A
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. brings teams together to get more done in a frictionless and secure video environment. Its easy, reliable, and innovative video-first unified communications platform provides video meetings, voice, webinars, and chat across desktops, phones, mobile devices, and conference room systems. Zoom helps enterprises create elevated experiences with leading business app integrations and developer tools to create customized workflows. Founded in 2011, Zoom is headquartered in San Jose, California, with offices around the world.
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