Honda Motor (HMC) Falls 0.69% for Aug 18

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Honda Motor – ADR (NYSE: HMC), a Minato Ku, Tokyo To company, fell to $ 31.56 on Wednesday after trading $ 0.22 (0.69%) on 451,763 shares had lost. The stock ranged from a high of $ 31.89 to a low of $ 31.53, while Honda Motor’s market cap is now at $ 57,168,681,251.

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