CBAK Energy (CBAT) gains 2.51% for August 27
Shares of CBAK Energy Technology Inc (NASDAQ: CBAT) gained 2.51%, or $ 0.08 per share, to close at $ 3.27 on Friday. After opening the day at $ 3.21, shares of CBAK Energy have fluctuated between $ 3.30 and $ 3.21. 351,389 shares traded in the hands, down from their 30-day average of 850,237. Friday’s activity took CBAK Energy’s market cap to $ 289,104,572.
About CBAK Energy Technology Inc
CBAK Energy Technology, Inc. manufactures and distributes a wide variety of standard and custom rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. The Company provides rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for use in mobile phones and various other portable electronic applications, including handset phones, laptops, digital cameras and video.
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