Today PROG Holdings Inc (NYSE: PRG) is trading 5.59% higher.
The latest price, as of 12:04:54 est, was $20.69. PROG has risen $1.105 so far today.
272,418 shares exchanged hands.
As of the previous close, PROG has moved YTD 55.22%. The company is set to release earnings on 2022-11-02.
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About PROG Holdings Inc
Headquartered in SALT LAKE CITY, PROG Holdings, Inc. is the holding company of Progressive Leasing, a leading provider of lease-purchase solutions for consumers at the point of sale at many national, regional and local retailers and e-commerce websites. Progressive Leasing offers a lease-to-own payment solution for consumers to acquire furniture, appliances, jewelry, electronics, bedding, cell phones, wheel and tire and other large ticket consumer durables through over 20,000 locations in 46 states as well as with e-commerce POS sites. Vive Financial provides a variety of second-look credit products that are originated through federally insured banks.
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