Charles Schwab (SCHW) down 1.23% in Light Trading on September 10
Charles Schwab Corp. (NYSE: SCHW), a San Francisco, Calif., Company closed at $ 71.44 on Friday after losing $ 0.89 (1.23%) on a volume of 4,099,882 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 72.98 to a low of $ 71.38, while Charles Schwab’s market cap now stands at $ 134,241,470,628.
About Charles Schwab Corp.
Charles Schwab believes in the power of investing to help people create a better future. The company is used to challenging the status quo in its industry, innovating in ways that benefit the investors, advisors and employers who serve them, and championing its clients’ goals with passion and integrity.
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