Monmouth Real Estate – 6.125% PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 – Ser C (MNR-C) gains 0.04% on Moderate Volume August 26

Today Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corp. won – 6.125% PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 – Ser C Inc (NYSE: MNR-C) stock increased by $ 0.01, up 0.04%. Monmouth Real Estate – 6.125% PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 – Ser C opened at $ 25.10 before trading between $ 25.12 and $ 25.10 throughout the Thursday session. The activity caused Monmouth Real Estate – 6.125% PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 – to increase Ser C’s market cap to $ 1,856,685,076 on 16,639 shares – below its 30-day average of 69,021.

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