LIV Capital (LIVK) drops 2.55% to moderate volume on August 20

LIV Capital Acquisition Corp – Class A shares (NASDAQ: LIVK) fell 2.55%, or $ 0.27 per share, to close at $ 10.30 on Friday. After opening the day at $ 10.50, shares of LIV Capital have fluctuated between $ 10.50 and $ 10.25. 6,185 shares traded in the hands, down from their 30-day average of 69,404. Friday’s activity brought LIV Capital’s market cap to $ 82,915,000.

About LIV Capital Acquisition Corp – Class A

LIV Capital Acquisition Corp. was incorporated for the purpose of concluding a merger, a share exchange, an asset acquisition, a share purchase, a recapitalization, a reorganization or any other similar business combination with one or more companies or entities. The Company intends to focus on Mexican target companies (or non-Mexican target companies with a significant presence in Mexico).

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