TC Energy (TRP) falls 1.73% to Close at $50.02 on January 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, TC Energy Corporation Inc’s (NYSE: TRP) stock fell $0.88, accounting for a 1.73% decrease. TC Energy opened at $50.17 before trading between $50.36 and $49.40 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw TC Energy’s market cap fall to $49,057,434,878 on 2,332,927 shares -above their 30-day average of 2,012,169.

About TC Energy Corporation

TC Energy Corporation is a vital part of everyday life - delivering the energy millions of people rely on to power their lives in a sustainable way. Thanks to a safe, reliable network of natural gas and crude oil pipelines, along with power generation and storage facilities, wherever life happens - company is present. Guided by its core values of safety, responsibility, collaboration and integrity, company's 7,500 people make a positive difference in the communities where they operate across Canada, the United States and Mexico.

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The New York Stock Exchange is the world’s largest stock exchange by market value at over $26 trillion. It is also the leader for initial public offerings, with $82 billion raised in 2020, including six of the seven largest technology deals. 63% of SPAC proceeds in 2020 were raised on the NYSE, including the six largest transactions.

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