Cross Timbers Royalty (CRT) drops 2.19% for September 17

Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE: CRT) fell to close at $ 12.98 on Friday after losing $ 0.29 (2.19%) on volume of 25,536 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 13.30 to a low of $ 12.87, while Cross Timbers Royalty’s market cap now stands at $ 77,880,000.

About Cross Timbers Royalty Trust

Cross Timbers Royalty Trust owns oil and gas properties in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. The Trust was created to collect and distribute monthly net profits to unitholders.

Visit the Cross Timbers Royalty Trust profile for more information.

About the New York Stock Exchange

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

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Sources: The chart is provided by TradingView on the basis of prices delayed by 15 minutes. All other data provided by IEX Cloud as of 8:05 p.m. ET on the day of publication.

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