W.R. Berkley (WRB) falls 0.75% to Close at $85.59 on January 14

Equities Staff  |

W.R. Berkley Corp. (NYSE: WRB) shares fell 0.75%, or $0.65 per share, to close Friday at $85.59. After opening the day at $85.24, shares of W.R. Berkley fluctuated between $85.78 and $84.63. 552,329 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 595,525. Friday's activity brought W.R. Berkley’s market cap to $15,118,655,174.

W.R. Berkley is headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, and employs more than 7448 people.

About W.R. Berkley Corp.

Founded in 1967, W. R. Berkley Corporation is an insurance holding company that is among the largest commercial lines writers in the United States and operates worldwide in two segments of the property casualty insurance business: Insurance and Reinsurance & Monoline Excess.

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