Today, Haverty Furniture Cos., Inc. Inc’s (NYSE: HVT) stock fell $0.14, accounting for a 0.39% decrease. Haverty Furniture Cos., opened at $36.21 before trading between $36.30 and $35.20 throughout Thursday’s session. The activity saw Haverty Furniture Cos.,’s market cap fall to $657,505,638 on 205,533 shares -below their 30-day average of 239,139.
About Haverty Furniture Cos., Inc.
Haverty Furniture Companies Inc., established in 1885, is a full-service home furnishings retailer with 120 showrooms in 16 states in the Southern and Midwestern regions providing its customers with a wide selection of quality merchandise in middle to upper-middle price ranges.
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