View (VIEW) drops in pre-market trading for August 9
Shares of View Inc. – Class A (NASDAQ:VIEW) are in premarket trading on August 9.
Prior to the market open, View stock fell 9.28% from the previous session’s close.
View gained $0.16 last session and is aiming for another gain today.
For technical charts, analysis and more on View, visit the company profile.
Pre-market price and movement at 08:27:00 EST.
About View Inc. – Class A
View is a technology company and the market leader in smart windows. View Smart Windows uses artificial intelligence to automatically adjust in response to sunlight and increase access to natural light, to improve the health and experience of people in buildings, while simultaneously reducing energy consumption to mitigate the effects of climate change. Each View installation also includes an intelligent building platform comprised of power, network, and communications infrastructure.
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