Franchise (FRG) gains 3.25% to close at $ 34.99 on August 27
Franchise Group Inc – Class A shares (NASDAQ: FRG) gained 3.25%, or $ 1.1 per share, to close Friday at $ 34.99. After opening the day at $ 33.99, Franchise shares fluctuated between $ 35.03 and $ 33.76. 163,270 shares traded in the hands, an increase from their 30-day average of 161,169. Friday’s activity brought Franchise’s market cap to $ 1,406,897,689.
Franchise is headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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.
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