AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc - Class A

-$0.03 (-1.1%)
Closing price April 11, 2024
AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc is a leading name in the movie theater industry, primarily known for showing films across a vast network of theaters. With roots stretching back to 1920, AMC has grown to include locations not only in the United States but also in Europe, making it a significant player in the global cinema scene. Headquartered in Leawood, Kansas, AMC continues to offer cinematic experiences to moviegoers, maintaining its position as a cornerstone of entertainment.
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