Callaway Golf (ELY) Falls 0.03% in Light Trading on August 25

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Callaway Golf (ELY) Falls 0.03% in Light Trading on August 25

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Callaway Golf Co. (NYSE: ELY), a Carlsbad, Calif. Company, closed at $ 29.08 on Wednesday after losing $ 0.01 (0.03%) on a volume of 1,118,258 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 29.46 to a low of $ 28.92, while Callaway Golf’s market cap is now at $ 5,407,044,499.

Callaway Golf currently employs around 2,400 people.

About Callaway Golf Co.

Callaway Golf Company is a premium golf equipment and active lifestyle company with a portfolio of global brands including Callaway Golf, Odyssey, OGIO, TravisMathew and Jack Wolfskin. With an unwavering commitment to innovation, Callaway manufactures and markets high quality golf clubs, golf balls, golf and lifestyle bags, golf and lifestyle apparel and other accessories.

Visit the Callaway Golf Co. profile for more information.

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The New York Stock Exchange is the largest exchange in the world by market value at over $ 26 trillion. It is also a leader in initial public offerings of $ 82 billion in 2020, including six of the seven largest technology deals. 63% of SPAC’s 2020 revenue was raised on the NYSE, including the six largest deals.

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