Erie Indemnity (ERIE) gains 2.78% to close at $ 205.81 on October 29

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Erie Indemnity Co. – Class A (NASDAQ: ERIE), an Erie, Pa., Company gained to close at $ 205.81 on Friday after gaining $ 5.57 (2.78%) on volume of 113 136 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 207.45 to a low of $ 199.68, while Erie Indemnity’s market cap now stands at $ 9,506,172,085.

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.

Visit the Erie Indemnity Co. – Class A Profile for more information.

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