Shares of Molecular Devices Plunge on News of Lower-than-Expected Earnings | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 10 – Shares of Molecular Devices plunged 58 percent on Tuesday in the first trading session after the company announced disappointing earnings, which it attributed to the economic downturn. 

The company’s shares closed down $28.99 at $21 on the Nasdaq.

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