International Business Machines (IBM) falls 0.52% for September 10

Cavina T Morris

Today, International Business Machines Corp. Inc’s (NYSE: IBM) stock fell $0.72, accounting for a 0.52% decrease. International Business Machines opened at $138.82 before trading between $139.37 and $137.00 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw International Business Machines’s market cap fall to $122,813,776,402 on 3,975,115 shares -above their 30-day average of 2,784,482.

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