IPG Photonics Corp

  • Electronic Technology
  • Electronic Equipment/Instruments
  • Semiconductors
  • Manufacturing
  • Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing


$114.63 ▲2.734%

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Upgrades: ABEV ANET MNST PAYC PDD STZ Downgrades: GHL IPGP MOS PACB SEDG MktWgt: GILD QSR Outperf: JAZZ PTON Buy: KRON Earnings Triple Plays: ANET CDK CRUS IT JAZZ MCK SWKS TREK ZBRA Data: 10a Factory Orders (1.0), 10am ex-Transports (0.6), 10a Durable Goods (1.9), 10a ex-Transports (0.8) Yesterday's Movers:

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Market Cap

5.42 B



Avg. Volume

217.94 K

Shares Outstanding

47.31 M



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Company Information

IPG Photonics is an American manufacturer of fiber lasers. IPG Photonics developed and commercialized optical fiber lasers, which are used in a variety of applications including materials processing, medical applications and telecommunications.

CEO: Vince Coppola


HQ: 50 Old Webster Rd Oxford, 01540-2706 Massachusetts

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