Target (TGT) falls 1.96% on Strong Volume January 14

Equities Staff  |

Target Corp (NYSE: TGT) shares fell 1.96%, or $4.43 per share, to close Friday at $221.40. After opening the day at $222.42, shares of Target fluctuated between $224.30 and $218.39. 5,282,627 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 4,002,660. Friday's activity brought Target’s market cap to $106,078,035,445.

Target is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and employs more than 368000 people.

About Target Corp

Minneapolis-based Target Corporation serves guests at nearly 1,900 stores and at Target.com. Since 1946, Target has given 5% of its profit to communities, which today equals millions of dollars a week.

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