Tri-Continental (TY) drops 1.16% to close at $ 33.96 on September 17
Tri-Continental Corp. (NYSE: TY), a Boston, Massachusetts firm, fell to close at $ 33.96 on Friday after losing $ 0.4 (1.16%) on 33,808 stock volume. The stock ranged from a high of $ 34.29 to a low of $ 33.95, while Tri-Continental’s market cap now stands at $ 1,819,009,057.
About Tri-Continental Corp.
Tri-Continental Corporation aims to achieve long-term capital growth and current income with a portfolio consisting primarily of stocks and the flexibility to invest in a company’s capital structure.
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The New York Stock Exchange is the world’s largest stock exchange by market value with more than $ 26 trillion. It’s also the leader in initial public offerings, with $ 82 billion raised in 2020, including six of the seven biggest tech deals. 63% of PSPC proceeds in 2020 were raised on the NYSE, including the six biggest deals.
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