BlackRock Institutional Company N.A. - BTC iShares 0-5 Year Gradeorate Bond ETF (SLQD) falls 0.08% to Close at $50.81 on January 14

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BlackRock Institutional Trust Company N.A. - BTC iShares 0-5 Year Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF (NASDAQ: SLQD) shares fell 0.08%, or $0.04 per share, to close Friday at $50.81. After opening the day at $50.81, shares of BlackRock Institutional Company N.A. - BTC iShares 0-5 Year Gradeorate Bond ETF fluctuated between $50.81 and $50.76. 557,833 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 412,447. Friday's activity brought BlackRock Institutional Company N.A. - BTC iShares 0-5 Year Gradeorate Bond ETF’s market cap to $2,533,423,000.

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