LEDs received 2.63% for August 18

Semils Corporation (Nassadak LEDS), Junan, Miyayo, closed $ 7.41 on Wednesday after gaining $ 0.19 (2.63%) on shares of 145,632 shares. The stock has moved from a high of $ 7.64 to a low of $ 7.06 and is currently trading at $ 32,932,107.

About the Semils Corporation

SemiLEDs are used as ultraviolet (UV) treatments, cosmetics, false positives, gardening, building lighting and recreational lighting. SemiLEDs sell blue, white, green and ultraviolet LED chips.

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