ZYNGA INC

NASDAQ: ZNGA
$10.32
-$0.26 (-2.5%)
Closing price June 18, 2021
Zynga has announced an acquisition, and the stock may finally be trying to break out above $10.
Zynga and Amazon.com are partnering to bring free content to Amazon Prime members with one of Zynga’s major franchises.
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Zynga is embarking on the sale-leaseback strategy to raise cash, perhaps to bolster its books to bring on new talent or acquire studios.
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