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Educational Development Corporation (EDC) is a publisher of the line of educational children's books produced in the United Kingdom by Usborne Publishing Limited (Usborne). The Company also owns Kane Miller Book Publishers. The Company sells books through two segments: Home Business Division (Usborne Books & More or UBAM) and Publishing Division (EDC Publishing). The UBAM Division distributes books nationwide through independent consultants, who hold book showings in individual homes, through social media, book fairs, direct sales and Internet sales. The Publishing Division markets books to bookstores (including national chains), toy stores, specialty stores, museums and other retail outlets throughout the country. The Company offers over 2,000 different titles, which include touchy-feely board books, activity and flashcards, adventure and search books, art books, sticker books and foreign language books.

Price
Delayed
$8.14
Day's Change
0.2399 (3.04%)
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Day's High
8.17
Day's Low
7.99
Volume
(Light)

Today's volume of 1,201 shares is on pace to be much lighter than EDUC's 10-day average volume of 4,337 shares.

1,201

Xiaomi tops Apple, Fitbit to lead wearables shipments for Q3: IDC

9:37 am ET December 3, 2018 (MarketWatch)
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Xiaomi Corp. took the top position in research firm IDC's report on market share in the wearables industry for the third quarter, beating out Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Fitbit Inc. (FIT). Xiaomi benefited from the Mi Band 3's popularity as well as success outside of China. The company shipped 6.9 million devices in the quarter, according to IDC's research. IDC estimates that Apple shipped 4.2 million devices and Fitbit shipped 3.5 million. Apple's Series 4 Watch launched at the very end of the third quarter, so most of its shipments during the period were of older models. Fitbit slowed its decline, according to IDC, thanks to the Versa smartwatch, Charge 3 tracker, and Ace kids' wristband. "In particular, the success of the Versa has allowed the company to once again become the second largest smartwatch vendor and IDC expects this to continue in the near term," the firm wrote.

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December 03, 2018 09:37 ET (14:37 GMT)

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