Franchise (FRG) drops 2.63% to close at $ 33.72 on September 14
Today, shares of Franchise Group Inc – Class A Inc (NASDAQ: FRG) fell $ 0.91, a decrease of 2.63%. The franchise opened at $ 34.71 before trading between $ 35.06 and $ 33.48 throughout Tuesday’s session. The business saw Franchise’s market capitalization drop to $ 1,355,832,812 on 180,667 stocks, above their 30-day average of 155,280.
About Franchise Group Inc – Class A
Franchise Group is the owner and operator of franchise and franchisable businesses that continually seeks to grow its brand portfolio while using its operating and capital allocation philosophies to generate strong cash flow for its shareholders. Franchise Group’s business segments include Pet Supplies Plus, American Freight, The Vitamin Shoppe, Buddy’s Home Furnishings and Liberty Tax Service. On a combined basis, Franchise Group currently operates over 4,600 locations primarily located in the United States and Canada which are either managed by the Company or operated under franchise agreements.
Visit the Franchise Group Inc – Class A profile for more information.
About the Nasdaq Stock Market
The Nasdaq Stock Market is a global leader in trading data and services, as well as the listing of stocks and options. The Nasdaq is the world’s largest stock exchange for options volume and is home to the five largest US companies – Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook.
For more information on Franchise Group Inc – Class A and to keep up with the latest company updates, you can visit the Company Profile page here: Franchise Group Inc – Class A’s Profile. For more information on the financial markets, be sure to visit Equities News. Also, don’t forget to sign up for the Daily Fix to get the best stories delivered to your inbox 5 days a week.
Sources: The chart is provided by TradingView on the basis of prices delayed by 15 minutes. All other data is provided by IEX Cloud as of 8:05 p.m. ET on the day of publication.
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not represent the views of equities.com. Readers should not take the author’s statements as formal recommendations and should consult their financial advisor before making any investment decisions. To read our full disclosure, please visit: http://www.equities.com/disclaimer
President Biden’s new alliance with Australia and Great Britain Angers France and European Union
California Governor Newsom signs affordable housing law
COVID-19 outbreak in Idaho forces health care rationing statewide
JPMorgan launches its first digital overseas bank in UK next week
Federal Reserve Reviews Ethics Policies Following Prolific Transactions Leaked By Two Senior Officials
Chinese real estate developer Evergrande is not ‘too big to fail’ – Global Times
August retail sales rebound 0.7%, surprising economists after July drop
UN report shows COVID-19 has not slowed the pace of climate change