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Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund(BPF-UN-T)

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Closing Bell: Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund down on Wednesday (BPF-UN)

AI-generated - The Globe and Mail - Wed Feb 28, 3:02PM CST

Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund opened trading today at $15.61 and closed at $None. It traded at a low of $15.51 to a high of $15.68.

The price shrank -0.13 percent from the previous day's close of $15.60.

During the day across North America, the TSX Composite closed -0.03% at 21318.90, the S&P 500 closed 0.17% at 5078.18, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed -0.25% at 38972.41 and the Nasdaq Composite closed 0.37% at 16035.30.

Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund traded under BPF-UN on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).

Trading volume was 38,241 on 116 total trades, while having an average volume of 25,470 over the last 5-days.

Trading across the entire TSX saw 2,125 price advancers against 3,125 declines and 134 unchanged.

During the prior 52 weeks, BPF-UN.TO has traded as high as $16.84 (July 13,2023) and low as $14.45 (October 30,2023). Moreover, the shares have dipped -4.66% in 52 weeks, while this year, they have raised 1.50%.

It announced a 0.11 dividend on February 14/24, with an February 20/24 ex-date and February 29/24 pay day.

Following today's trading, Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund has a market capitalization of $331.94 million on a float of 21,279 shares outstanding. Its annual EPS is $1.34.

Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund is a TSX Restaurants company headquartered in Richmond, CAN.

Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund's average recommendation is "Strong Sell" based on 0.00 analysts according to Zacks. From those 0 analysts,.

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