LumiraDx (NASDAQ:LMDX) stock is falling on Tuesday as the point-of-care diagnostics company’s shares retreat from a rally on Monday.
That partnership has LumiraDx working with AstraZeneca on a heart and lung screening hub in England. The facility is expected to open its doors sometime next month.
News of that partnership inspired heavy trading of LMDX stock, with some 277 million shares changing hands during normal trading hours on Monday. For the record, that’s a massive surge in trading volume compared to the company’s daily average of 272,000 shares.
LMDX Stock Movement on Tuesday
Considering the incredible rally shares of LMDX stock underwent on Monday, it makes sense that the stock would give up some of those gains today. However, it doesn’t look like investors have to worry about it losing all of the ground it gained yesterday.
As of this writing, shares of LMDX stock are down 34.5% on Tuesday morning. That comes with some 7 million shares changing hands. While that’s still above its daily average trading volume, it doesn’t seem likely it will match yesterday’s movement.
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