CURO (CURO) drops 1.25% to close at $ 16.57 on September 10
Shares of CURO Group Holdings Corp (NYSE: CURO) fell 1.25%, or $ 0.21 per share, to close at $ 16.57 on Friday. After opening the day at $ 16.90, shares of CURO have fluctuated between $ 17.00 and $ 16.52. 116,977 shares traded, down from their 30-day average of 121,041. Friday’s activity brought CURO’s market cap to $ 686,489,151.
CURO is headquartered in Wichita, Kansas.
About CURO Group Holdings Corp
CURO Group Holdings Corp., operating in two countries and powered by its fully integrated technology platform, is a provider of unprivileged consumer credit. In 1997, the company was founded in Riverside, Calif., By three childhood friends from Wichita, Kansas, to meet growing consumer needs for short-term loans. Their success has led to the opening of stores across the United States and an expansion to offer online loans and financial services in two countries. Today, CURO combines its market expertise with a fully integrated technology platform, omnichannel approach and advanced credit decisions to deliver a range of credit products across all media. CURO operates under several brands, including Speedy Cash®, Rapid Cash®, Cash Money®, LendDirect®, Avío Credit®, Opt + ® and Revolve Finance®. With over 20 years of operating experience, CURO offers financial freedom to unprivileged consumers.
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