Tian Ruixiang Holdings Ltd - Class A (TIRX) falls -5.4650% for June 16

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Tian Ruixiang Holdings Ltd - Class A (NASDAQ: TIRX) shares fell -5.4650% to end trading Wednesday at $6.40 per share - a net change of $-0.37. Shares traded between $6.76 and $6.11 throughout the day.

About Tian Ruixiang Holdings Ltd - Class A

TIAN RUIXIANG Holdings Ltd, headquartered in Beijing, China, is an insurance broker operating in China. It distributes a wide range of insurance products, which are categorized into two major groups: (1) property and casualty insurance, such as automobile insurance, commercial property insurance, liability insurance; and (2) life insurance, such as individual and group life insurances.

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