Iron Spark I (ISAA) gains 0.30% in Light Trading on September 10th
Iron Spark I Inc – Class A (NASDAQ: ISAA) gained to close at $ 9.95 on Friday after gaining $ 0.03 (0.30%) on volume of 1,680 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 9.96 to a low of $ 9.93, while the market cap of Iron Spark I now stands at $ 177,814,460.
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