Today, Haverty Furniture Cos., Inc. – Class A Inc’s (NYSE: HVT.A) stock fell $1.39, accounting for a 3.83% decrease. Haverty Furniture Cos., opened at $38.00 before trading between $38.00 and $34.93 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Haverty Furniture Cos.,’s market cap fall to $630,010,404 on 914 shares -above their 30-day average of 526.
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