United Fire (UFCS) Loses 18.53% on August 4

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Today United Fire Group Inc (NASDAQ: UFCS) is trading 18.53% lower.

The latest price, as of 12:07:30 est, was $26.25. United Fire has moved $5.98 so far today.

54,151 shares have been traded today.

As of the previous close, United Fire has moved YTD 40.64%. The company is set to release earnings on 2022-08-04.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on United Fire visit the company profile.

About United Fire Group Inc

Founded in 1946 as United Fire & Casualty Company, United Fire Group, Inc., through its insurance company subsidiaries, is engaged in the business of writing property and casualty insurance. Through its subsidiaries, the Company is licensed as a property and casualty insurer in 49 states, plus the District of Columbia, and it's represented by approximately 1,000 independent agencies. A.M. Best Company assigns a rating of 'A' (Excellent) for members of the United Fire & Casualty Group.

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