Desktop Metal (DM) stock price dropped almost 30% to $17.35 during the premarket trading session. There doesn’t appear to be any company’s exclusive update that caused DM’sshare price to drop that much today, and investors may want to take notice of this development.
Last week, Burlington-based Desktop Metal Inc. (NYSE: DM) gained public exposure on the New York Stock Exchange.
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