Biglari (BH) gains 0.54% to Close at $146.01 on November 24

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Biglari Holdings Inc. - Class B (NYSE: BH) shares gained 0.54%, or $0.79 per share, to close Wednesday at $146.01. After opening the day at $143.89, shares of Biglari fluctuated between $147.10 and $142.02. 8,452 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 5,724. Wednesday's activity brought Biglari’s market cap to $451,794,509.

Biglari is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas..

About Biglari Holdings Inc. - Class B

Biglari Holdings Inc. is a holding company owning subsidiaries engaged in a number of diverse business activities, including property and casualty insurance, media and licensing, restaurants, and oil and gas.The Company'slargest operating subsidiaries are involved in the franchising and operating of restaurants.

Visit Biglari Holdings Inc. - Class B’s profile for more information.

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