CURO (CURO) falls 5.06% for October 26th

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CURO Group Holdings Corp (NYSE: CURO), a Wichita, Kansas company, fell to $ 18.02 on Tuesday after losing $ 0.96 (5.06%) on a volume of 141,079 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 19.09 to a low of $ 17.96, while CURO’s market cap is now at $ 746,562,131.

About the CURO Group Holdings Corp

Operating in two countries and powered by its fully integrated technology platform, CURO Group Holdings Corp. is a non-first-time consumer lender. The company was founded in Riverside, California in 1997 by three childhood friends from Wichita, Kansas to meet growing consumer needs for short-term credit. Her success led to the opening of stores in the United States and expansion to offer online credit and financial services in two countries. Today, CURO combines its market expertise with a fully integrated technology platform, an omni-channel approach and advanced credit decisions to offer a range of credit products across all media. CURO operates under a number of brands including Speedy Cash®, Rapid Cash®, Cash Money®, LendDirect®, Avío Credit®, Opt + ® and Revolve Finance®. With over 20 years of operating experience, CURO offers non-prime customers financial freedom.

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