Market movers: Ashford Hospitality (AHT) loses 11.51% to close at $9.69 on August 19
Shares of Ashford Hospitality Trust Inc (NYSE:AHT) traded down 11.51% on Aug. 19 to close at $9.69.
929,298 hands exchanged. Their current 30-day average volume is 743,012 shares.
Ashford Hospitality has grown 22.40% since the start of 2022.
The company anticipates its next results on 2022-10-25.
For technical charts, analysis and more on Ashford Hospitality, visit the company profile.
About Ashford Hospitality Trust Inc
Ashford Hospitality Trust is a real estate investment trust (REIT) focused on investing primarily in upscale, full-service hotels. Ashford has created an Ashford app for the hotel REIT investor community. The Ashford app is available as a free download from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store by searching for “Ashford”.
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