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Closing Bell: Wall Financial flat on Monday (WFC)

Automated Summaries - The Globe and Mail - Mon Apr 22, 4:02PM CDT

In market activity today, Wall Financial shares closed at $23.00 after opening the day at $23.00. It traded at a low of $23.00 to a high of $23.00.

Share prices $verbed percentage_change percent from the previous day's close of $23.00.

Today across North America, the TSX Composite closed tsx_percentage_change% at 21807.37, the S&P 500 closed sp_500_percentage_change% at 4967.23, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed dow_jones_percentage_change% at 37986.40 and the Nasdaq Composite closed nasdaq_percentage_change% at 15282.01.

Wall Financial has listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the ticker WFC.

Trading volume was 1,224 on 4 total trades, with an average volume of 2,322 over 5 days.

Trading across the entire TSX saw 3,754 price advancers against 1,430 declines and 130 unchanged.

During the prior 52 weeks, WFC.TO has traded as high as $28.79 (February 06,2024) and low as $17.75 (April 25,2023). Moreover, in the last 12 months, Wall Financial's shares have advanced 28.85 percent, while they have advanced 21.37% year-to-date.

It announced a 3.00 dividend on February 03/23, with an February 16/23 ex-date and March 03/23 pay day.

Following today's trading, Wall Financial has a market capitalization of $744.39 million on a float of 32,365 shares outstanding. Its annual EPS is $0.73.

Wall Financial is a TSX Real Estate company headquartered in Vancouver, CAN.

Currently, Wall Financial's consensus rating is "Strong Sell" based on 0 analysts according to Zacks. From those 0 analysts,.

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