Elevate Credit (ELVT) drops 2.56% to close at $ 3.42 on September 14


Elevate Credit Inc (NYSE: ELVT), a Fort Worth, Texas company, closed at $ 3.42 on Tuesday after losing $ 0.09 (2.56%) on trading volume of 103,976 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 3.54 to a low of $ 3.41, while the market cap of Elevate Credit now stands at $ 114,907,811.

About Elevate Credit Inc

Elevate, working with banks that license its marketing and technology services, has provided $ 8.6 billion in unsuitable credit to more than 2.5 million unprivileged consumers to date and has enabled its customers save over $ 7.6 billion over the cost of payday loans. Its responsible and technological online lending solutions provide immediate relief to today’s customers and help them build a brighter financial future. The company is committed to rewarding borrowers for good financial behavior with features like interest rates that may drop over time, free financial education, and free credit monitoring. Elevate’s suite of revolutionary credit brands include RISE, Elastic, and Today Card.

Visit the Elevate Credit Inc profile for more information.

About the New York Stock Exchange

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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