Linx S.A. American Depositary Shares, each representing one common share (LINX): Price and Financial Metrics
LINX Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$7.50||52-week high||$7.71|
|Prev. close||$7.70||52-week low||$4.17|
|Day high||$7.61||Avg. volume||36,610|
|50-day MA||$7.19||Dividend yield||0.27%|
|200-day MA||$6.87||Market Cap||1.42B|
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Linx S.A. American Depositary Shares, each representing one common share (LINX) Company Bio
Linx SA engages in providing software solutions for management in enterprise resource planning and point of sale transactions. It also offers connectivity solutions, the engineering framework, electronic commerce, and customer relationship management for the retail segment in Brazil. The company was founded by Nércio José Monteiro Fernandes in 1985 and is headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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London Meets Bangkok as LINX and BKNIX Form Strategic Partnership - total telecom
London Meets Bangkok as LINX and BKNIX Form Strategic Partnership Total Telecom
LINX Cargo Care Group announces CEO change
Yesterday, LINX Cargo Care Group announced that after five years as the Groups Chief Executive Officer, Anthony Jones has resigned from his position. Anthony began his career with the Patrick business, now LINX, some 23 years ago on the wharf at Port Botany in NSW. During his tenure, Anthony has been a valued leader who The post LINX Cargo Care Group announces CEO change first appeared on Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide .
New Midland to Orillia LINX route rolls out starting Aug. 2
Despite pandemic, LINX ridership numbers in 2020 were up over 2019 numbers by 28.7 per cent
Linx goes ex-dividend tomorrow
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Brazil antitrust official says Stone-Linx deal should be approved
BRASILIA The official at Brazils antitrust agency CADE studying the Stone-Linx deal said on Monday it should be approved without restrictions. Financial technology solutions company StoneCo is seeking to buy Brazilian software company Linx, a takeover objected to by rivals like Cielo and Safra arguing it could lead to a loss of clients to 
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