Price Alert: Shares of World Acceptance (WRLD) Trade 6.02% Higher at Midday May 13

Equities Staff  |

World Acceptance Corp. (NASDAQ: WRLD) shares climbed 6.02%, or $8.59 per share, as on 12:04:30 est today. Since opening at $146.71, 9,840 shares of World Acceptance have traded hands and the stock has ranged between $152.36 and $143.65.  

This year the company has moved YTD 41.82%.

World Acceptance anticipates its next earnings on 2022-07-20.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on World Acceptance visit the company profile.

About World Acceptance Corp.

Founded in 1962, Greenville, S.C. -based World Acceptance Corporation is one of North America's largest small-loan consumer finance companies. The company offers short and medium-term installment loans, related credit insurance and a range of ancillary financial products and services to individuals that may include those with limited access to other sources of consumer credit.

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