Overall market sentiment has been down on Globus Medical Inc (GMED) stock lately. GMED receives a Bearish rating from InvestorsObserver’s Stock Sentiment Indicator.
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What’s Happening With GMED Stock Today?
Globus Medical Inc (GMED) stock is trading at $46.82 as of 2:22 PM on Monday, Jun 29, a rise of $1.71, or 3.79% from the previous closing price of $45.11. The stock has traded between $45.30 and $47.12 so far today. Volume today is light. So far 489,676 shares have traded compared to average volume of 1,777,602 shares.
More About Globus Medical Inc
Globus Medical is a medical device company that develops products for patients with musculoskeletal disorders. The firm’s products are organized into two categories: innovative fusion and disruptive technologies. The innovative fusion products include fusion products that treat a variety of spinal disorders and can be used in several surgical applications. The disruptive technology products are used for applications such as minimally invasive surgery and new treatment alternatives, including motion preservation and regenerative biologic technologies. Globus Medical generates the vast majority of its revenue in the United States.