Trupanion (TRUP) drops 1.71% for September 10
Shares of Trupanion Inc (NASDAQ: TRUP) fell 1.71%, or $ 1.56 per share, to close at $ 89.50 on Friday. After opening the day at $ 91.00, shares of Trupanion have fluctuated between $ 92.70 and $ 89.13. 267,326 shares traded in the hands, an increase from their 30-day average of 263,103. Friday’s activity brought Trupanion’s market cap to $ 3,601,029,278.
Trupanion is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
About Trupanion Inc
Trupanion is a leading medical insurance company for cats and dogs in the United States and Canada. For over two decades, Trupanion has provided pet owners with peace of mind so they can focus on their pet’s recovery, not financial stress. Trupanion is committed to providing pet owners with the highest value in pet health insurance with unlimited payments for the life of their pets. Trupanion is listed on NASDAQ under the symbol “TRUP”. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Seattle, WA. Trupanion policies are issued in the United States by its wholly owned insurance entity American Pet Insurance Company and in Canada by Omega General Insurance Company.
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