Elevate Credit (ELVT) drops 0.27% to close at $3.65 on August 11

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Today, shares of Elevate Credit Inc Inc (NYSE: ELVT) fell $0.01, representing a decline of 0.27%. Elevate Credit opened at $3.61 before trading between $3.69 and $3.58 throughout Wednesday’s session. The activity saw Elevate Credit’s market capitalization fall to $122,635,529 on 109,266 shares – below their 30-day average of 279,021.

About Credit Elevate Inc

Elevate, together with the banks that license its marketing and technology services, has to date generated $8.6 billion in unpreferred credit to more than 2.5 million unpreferred consumers and enabled its customers save more than $7.6 billion over the cost of payday loans. Its responsible, technology-driven online credit solutions provide immediate relief to customers today and help them build a brighter financial future. The company is committed to rewarding borrowers for good financial behavior with features such as interest rates that can drop over time, free financial education, and free credit monitoring. Elevate’s suite of revolutionary credit brands includes RISE, Elastic and Today Card.

Visit Elevate Credit Inc profile for more information.

About the New York Stock Exchange

The New York Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in the world by market value with over $26 trillion. It is also the leader in IPOs, with $82 billion raised in 2020, including six of the seven largest tech deals. 63% of SPAC’s proceeds in 2020 were raised on the NYSE, including the six largest deals.

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