Xcel Energy, (XEL) falls 0.07% in Active Trading on January 14

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Today, Xcel Energy, Inc. Inc’s (NASDAQ: XEL) stock fell $0.05, accounting for a 0.07% decrease. Xcel Energy, opened at $69.08 before trading between $69.39 and $68.55 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Xcel Energy,’s market cap fall to $37,152,454,063 on 3,011,508 shares -above their 30-day average of 2,949,883.

Xcel Energy, employs around 11075 people with a head office in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

About Xcel Energy, Inc.

Xcel Energy provides the energy that powers millions of homes and businesses across eight Western and Midwestern states. Headquartered in Minneapolis, the company is an industry leader in responsibly reducing carbon emissions and producing and delivering clean energy solutions from a variety of renewable sources at competitive prices.

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