Unitil Corp. (UTL) gains 0.67% for July 21

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Unitil Corp. (NYSE: UTL) shares gained 0.67%, or $0.35 per share, to close Wednesday at $52.47. After opening the day at $52.44, shares of Unitil. fluctuated between $53.17 and $52.08. 43,758 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 50,214. Wednesday's activity brought Unitil.’s market cap to $789,289,315.

About Unitil Corp.

Unitil Corporation provides energy for life by safely and reliably delivering natural gas and electricity in New England. Unitil Corporation is committed to the communities it serves and to developing people, business practices, and technologies that lead to the delivery of dependable, more efficient energy. Unitil Corporation is a public utility holding company with operations in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Together, Unitil's operating utilities serve approximately 107,100 electric customers and 85,600 natural gas customers. Other subsidiaries include Usource, Unitil's non-regulated business segment, which the Company divested in the first quarter or 2019.

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