SEMrush (SEMR) falls 3.56% in Light Trading on August 5 – Equities.com

SEMrush Holdings Inc – Class A (NYSE: SEMR) shares fell 3.56%, or $0.73 per share, to close Thursday at $19.76. After opening the day at $20.55, shares of SEMrush fluctuated between $20.55 and $19.50. 129,847 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 158,493. Thursday’s activity brought SEMrush’s market cap to $211,812,696.

About SEMrush Holdings Inc – Class A

Semrush is a leading online visibility management SaaS platform that enables businesses globally to run search engine optimization, pay-per-click, content, social media and competitive research campaigns and get measurable results from online marketing. Semrush offers insights and solutions for companies to build, manage, and measure campaigns across various marketing channels. Semrush, with over 67,000 paying customers, is headquartered in Boston and has offices in Pennsylvania, Texas, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Poland and Russia.

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