Tri-Continental (TY) falls 0.55% for January 14

Equities Staff  |

Tri-Continental Corp. (NYSE: TY) shares fell 0.55%, or $0.18 per share, to close Friday at $32.43. After opening the day at $32.35, shares of Tri-Continental fluctuated between $32.51 and $32.06. 202,591 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 73,814. Friday's activity brought Tri-Continental’s market cap to $1,737,057,235.

Tri-Continental is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts..

About Tri-Continental Corp.

Tri-Continental Corporation has as target long-term capital growth and current income with a portfolio consisting primarily of equities and the flexibility to invest across a company's capital structure.

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