Capital One – 4.625% PRF PERPETUAL 25 USD – 1 / 40TH INT Ser K (COF-K) gains 0.62% on moderate volume August 27


Capital One Financial Corp. – 4.625% PRF PERPETUAL 25 USD – 1 / 40TH INT Ser K (NYSE: COF-K), a Mc Lean, Virginia company gained to close at $ 26.11 on Friday after gaining $ 0.16 (0, 62%) on the volume of 1,711 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 26.15 to a low of $ 26.05, while Capital One’s market cap – 4.625% PRF PERPETUAL 25 USD – 1 / 40TH INT Ser K now stands at 77 $ 038,592,533.

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