Oportun (OPRT) fell 0.12% in Light Trading on September 16
Oportun Financial Corp (NASDAQ: OPRT), a San Carlos, Calif., Company closed at $ 24.16 on Thursday after losing $ 0.03 (0.12%) on volume of 24,235 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 24.56 to a low of $ 23.74, while Opportunity’s market cap now stands at $ 677,620,183.
About Opportun Financial Corp
Oportun Financial Corp. is a financial services company that leverages its digital platform to deliver responsible consumer credit to hardworking people. Using AI-powered models that leverage 15 years of proprietary customer information and billions of unique data points, Oportun has provided more than $ 9.8 billion in affordable credit, providing customers with alternatives to payday loans and auto titles. In recognition of its responsibly designed products that help consumers build their credit history, Oportun has been certified as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) since 2009. The company recently applied for a National Banking Charter to extend its services and make its products available in all 50 states.
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