Digital Media (DMS) Drops in Light Trade for August 19

Today, Digital Media Solutions Inc – Class A (NYSE:DMS) fell $0.21 to close Friday at $1.29.

The company started at $1.53 and shares fluctuated between $1.53 and $1.27 with 336,085 shares traded.

Digital Media traded an average of 1,514,923 shares over the past 30 days. They have lost 67.57% since the start of the year.

Digital Media anticipates its next results on 2022-11-09.

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

About Digital Media Solutions Inc – Class A

Digital Media Solutions, Inc. is a global provider of innovative digital performance advertising solutions and a point of connection between digital advertising customers and their potential customers. DMS’s first-party data asset, proprietary advertising technology, significant proprietary media distribution, and data-driven processes help digital advertising clients reduce the risk of their ad spend while growing their customer base.

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