Interactive Brokers (IBKR) drops 0.57% to close at $ 62.80 on September 10
Interactive Brokers Group Inc – Class A (NASDAQ: IBKR), a Greenwich, Connecticut company, closed at $ 62.80 on Friday after losing $ 0.36 (0.57%) on volume of 501,497 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 63.39 to a low of $ 62.55, while the market cap of Interactive Brokers now stands at $ 6,163,389,569.
About Interactive Brokers Group Inc – Class A
Interactive Brokers Group subsidiaries provide automated transaction execution and custody of securities, commodities and currencies around the clock in more than 135 markets in multiple countries and currencies, from a single integrated investment account IBKR to customers all over the world. The company serves individual investors, hedge funds, proprietary trading groups, financial advisers and introducers. Interactive Brokers Group’s four decades of focus on technology and automation have enabled it to equip its clients with a particularly sophisticated platform to manage their investment portfolios. The company strives to provide its clients with execution prices and tools for trading, risk and portfolio management, research facilities and advantageous investment products, all at low cost or at no cost, positioning them to achieve superior returns on investment.
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