Cincinnati Bell, – 6.75% PRF PERPETUAL USD 50 – Ser B (CBB-B) falls 0.26% in moderate volume on August 20
Cincinnati Bell, Inc. – 6.75% PRF PERPETUAL $ 50 – Ser B (NYSE: CBB-B), a Cincinnati, Ohio company, closed at $ 50.19 on Friday after trading at $ 0.1285 (. 26%) with a volume of 2,390 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 50.99 to a low of $ 50.13, while Cincinnati Bell – 6.75% PRF PERPETUAL $ 50 – Ser B’s market cap is now $ 786,237,091.
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