Newtek Business Services Corp – 5.75% NT REDEEM 01/08/2024 USD 25 (NASDAQ: NEWTL) shares gained 0.33%, or $0.0828 per share, to close Friday at $25.47. After opening the day at $25.43, shares of Newtek Business Services – 5.75% NT REDEEM 01/08/2024 USD 25 fluctuated between $25.50 and $25.38. 1,284 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 1,225. Friday’s activity brought Newtek Business Services – 5.75% NT REDEEM 01/08/2024 USD 25’s market cap to $663,696,802.


Newtek Business Services – 5.75% NT REDEEM 01/08/2024 USD 25 is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida..



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