Today, shares of Erie Indemnity Co. – Class A Inc (NASDAQ: ERIE) gained $ 3.8, an increase of 2.20%. Erie Indemnity opened at $ 172.80 before trading between $ 177.31 and $ 170.69 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Erie Indemnity’s market capitalization rise to $ 8,168,998,566 on 54,754 shares, above their 30-day average of 47,218.
About Erie Indemnity Co. – Class A
Erie Indemnity Company is the management company of the Erie Insurance Exchange. The Company is also active in the property and casualty insurance industry through its wholly owned subsidiaries and through its management of Flagship City Insurance Company.
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