Trean Insurance (TIG) falls 1.98% to Close at $7.94 on January 14

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Trean Insurance Group Inc (NASDAQ: TIG) shares fell 1.98%, or $0.16 per share, to close Friday at $7.94. After opening the day at $8.18, shares of Trean Insurance fluctuated between $8.18 and $7.80. 65,624 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 111,949. Friday's activity brought Trean Insurance’s market cap to $406,328,603.

About Trean Insurance Group Inc

Trean Insurance Group, Inc. is a full-service insurance management and reinsurance consulting company. With its seasoned team of insurance and reinsurance accounting, claims, data, regulatory, and underwriting professionals, Teran Insurance Group, Inc. has the expertise to consult on all aspects of your insurance operations. Trean Insurance Group, Inc. prides itself on being relationship-driven and a true business partner—one that listens to the needs of our clients. As a one-stop shop for insurance and reinsurance services, Trean Insurance Group can help you achieve your goals and develop profitable business.

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