Triumph (TBK) gains 0.70% to close at $ 91.97 on September 28
Triumph Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ: TBK), a Dallas, Texas company, gained to close at $ 91.97 on Tuesday after gaining $ 0.64 (0.70%) on volume of 246,625 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 92.18 to a low of $ 90.24, while Triumph‘s market cap now stands at $ 2,309,672,224.
About Triumph Bancorp Inc
Triumph Bancorp, Inc. is a financial holding company headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Triumph offers a diverse range of community banking, national lending and trade finance products through its banking subsidiary, TBK Bank, SSB.
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