Listed Funds - TrueShares Structured Outcome (September) ETF (SEPZ) falls 0.36% to Close at $30.71 on September 14

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Listed Funds Trust - TrueShares Structured Outcome (September) ETF (CBOE: SEPZ) shares fell 0.36%, or $0.11 per share, to close Tuesday at $30.71. After opening the day at $30.91, shares of Listed Funds - TrueShares Structured Outcome (September) ETF fluctuated between $30.91 and $30.60. 10,903 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 26,685. Tuesday's activity brought Listed Funds - TrueShares Structured Outcome (September) ETF’s market cap to $22,264,750.

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About CBOE Global Markets

CBOE operates the largest options exchange and the third largest stock exchange in the U.S. CBOE runs a total of four separate stock exchanges that it acquired through the acquisition of Bats Global Markets in 2017. Collectively, these exchanges account for about 17% of total US equities volume.

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