Iridium Communications traded at $35.11 this Wednesday May 18th, decreasing $0.39 or 1.10 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Iridium Communications lost 11.54 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 4.38 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Iridium Communications to be priced at 33.69 by the end of this quarter and at 31.34 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
35.11
Daily Change
-1.10%
Yearly
-4.38%

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Iridium Communications
Iridium Communications Inc. is a commercial provider of communications services. The Company is engaged in providing mobile voice and data communications services using a constellation of orbiting satellites. It provides voice and data communications services to businesses, the United States and foreign Governments, non-Governmental organizations, and consumers via its upgraded satellite network, which has an architecture of approximately 66 operational satellites with in-orbit and ground spares and related ground infrastructure. Its products include Satellite Handsets and Iridium GO!, Broadband Data Devices, Voice and Data Modems, and Internet of Things Data Devices. The Company's principal lines of business includes land mobile, maritime, aviation, Internet of things (IoT), hosted payloads and other data services, and United States (U.S.) Government. Its land mobile users utilize its satellite communications services for voice and data, mobile and remote office connectivity.