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SlideshowAcacia Hit Worst by ZTE Components Ban

Watch Out... Cliff!!!!!
Acacia's share price dropped off the proverbial cliff Monday following the Commerce Dept.'s announcement. (Image from Yahoo Finance)
Acacia's share price dropped off the proverbial cliff Monday following the Commerce Dept.'s announcement.
(Image from Yahoo Finance)

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James_B_Crawshaw
James_B_Crawshaw
4/18/2018 | 7:40:57 AM
Worst hit?
We've yet to see the impact on ZTE shares. The stock is still suspended and they've delayed the publication of their quarterly results.
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