Virtus Partners (VRTS) falls 0.25% to Close at $284.30 on January 14

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Virtus Investment Partners Inc (NASDAQ: VRTS), a Hartford, Connecticut, company, fell to close at $284.30 Friday after losing $0.71 (0.25%) on volume of 45,621 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $285.38 to a low of $276.33 while Virtus Partners’s market cap now stands at $2,157,199,315.

Virtus Partners currently has roughly 577 employees.

About Virtus Investment Partners Inc

Virtus Investment Partners is a distinctive partnership of boutique investment managers singularly committed to the long-term success of individual and institutional investors. The company provides investment management products and services through its affiliated managers and select subadvisers, each with a distinct investment style, autonomous investment process, and individual brand. Virtus Investment Partners offers access to a variety of investment styles across multiple disciplines to meet a wide array of investor needs. Its affiliates include Ceredex Value Advisors, Duff & Phelps Investment Management, Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management, Newfleet Asset Management, Seix Investment Advisors, Silvant Capital Management, Sustainable Growth Advisers, and Virtus ETF Solutions.

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