Reaves Utility Income Fund (UTG) gains 0.85% for July 21

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Reaves Utility Income Fund (NYSE: UTG) shares gained 0.85%, or $0.3 per share, to close Wednesday at $35.58. After opening the day at $35.42, shares of Reaves Utilityome Fund fluctuated between $35.61 and $35.29. 187,133 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 237,453. Wednesday's activity brought Reaves Utilityome Fund’s market cap to $1,981,697,125.

Reaves Utilityome Fund is headquartered in Denver, Colorado..

About Reaves Utility Income Fund

The Reaves Utility Income Fund is a publicly listed closed-end fund with an emphasis on paying a high distribution to shareholders though dividends and capital gains generated by the Fund’s investments. The Fund invests in infrastructure stocks, predominantly utilities. Reaves Asset Management is the Investment Advisor to the Fund.

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