Tridents (TDAC) drop 0.09% to close at $ 11.58 on September 17


Shares of Trident Acquisitions Corp (NASDAQ: TDAC) fell 0.09%, or $ 0.01 per share, to close at $ 11.58 on Friday. After opening the day at $ 11.58, shares of Tridents have fluctuated between $ 11.72 and $ 11.48. 18,675 shares traded in hands, down from their 30-day average of 119,746. Friday’s activity took Tridents’ market cap to $ 138,584,866.

Tridents is headquartered in New York, New York.

About Trident Acquisitions Corp

Trident is a blank check company incorporated for the purpose of completing a merger, share exchange, asset acquisition, share purchase, recapitalization, reorganization or other similar combination of businesses with a or several companies or entities.

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