SenesTech (SNES) pushes lower in pre-market trading for August 8

Shares of SenesTech Inc (NASDAQ:SNES) are in premarket trading on August 8.

Prior to market open, SenesTech stock is down 8.36% from the previous session close.

SenesTech lost $0.0019 last session and appears to be back in play today.

For technical charts, analysis and more on SenesTech, visit the company profile.

Pre-market price and movement at 08:22:46 EST.

About SenesTech Inc.

SenesTech changes the pest control model by targeting one of the root causes of the problem: reproduction. ContraPest® is an innovative technology with an approach that targets the reproductive abilities of both sexes in rat populations, inducing egg loss in female rats and impairing sperm development in males. Using a proprietary bait delivery method, ContraPest® is dispensed in a highly palatable liquid formulation that promotes sustained consumption by rat communities. ContraPest® is designed, formulated and distributed to be low risk to handlers and non-target species such as wildlife, livestock and pets, where the active ingredients break down quickly.

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