Population Health Co (PHIC) drops 0.10% in Light Trading on August 27
Today, shares of Population Health Investment Co Inc – Class A Inc (NASDAQ: PHIC) fell $ 0.01, a decline of 0.10%. Population Health Co opened at $ 9.82 before trading between $ 9.84 and $ 9.70 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Population Health Co’s market cap drop to $ 169,395,000 on 159 stocks, below their 30-day average of 77,104.
About Population Health Investment Co Inc – Class A
Population Health Investment Co., Inc. is a blank check company incorporated for the purpose of effecting a merger, stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or business combination. similar companies with one or more companies. Although the Company may pursue an initial business combination in any industry, sector or geographic region, it intends to focus on companies or divisions of companies in the healthcare sector, and in particular in the therapeutic sector, United States and other developed countries.
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