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ProShares – ProShares Ultra Consumer Services (UCC) drops 1.37% to close at $ 101.26 on October 8

ProShares Trust – Shares of ProShares Ultra Consumer Services (NYSE: UCC) fell 1.37%, or $ 1.4085 per share, to close at $ 101.26 on Friday. After opening the day at $ 102.91, shares of ProShares – ProShares Ultra Consumer Services have fluctuated between $ 103.09 and $ 101.26. 400 shares traded hands, down from their 30-day average of 3,568. Friday’s activity brought the market cap of ProShares – ProShares Ultra Consumer Services to $ 35,440,300.

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