XPEL - Reg S (XPEL) falls 0.30% to Close at $65.50 on January 14

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XPEL Inc - Reg S (NASDAQ: XPEL), a San Antonio, Texas, company, fell to close at $65.50 Friday after losing $0.2 (0.30%) on volume of 100,002 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $66.03 to a low of $63.56 while XPEL - Reg S’s market cap now stands at $1,808,625,104.

About XPEL Inc - Reg S

XPEL is a leading provider of protective films and coatings, including automotive paint protection film, surface protection film, automotive and architectural window films, and ceramic coatings. With a global footprint, a network of trained installers and proprietary DAP software, XPEL is dedicated to exceeding customer expectations by providing high-quality products, leading customer service, expert technical support and world-class training.

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