Beacon Roofing Supply (BECN) falls 0.21% on Moderate Volume August 26

Beacon Roofing Supply Inc – Class A (NASDAQ: BECN), a Herndon, Virginia-based company, closed Thursday at $51.99 after a loss of $0.11 (0.21%) on a volume of 313,787 shares. The stock has ranged from a high of $53.45 to a low of $51.63, while Beacon Roofing Supply’s market cap now stands at $3,641,105,197.

About Beacon Roofing Supply Inc – Class A

Founded in 1928, Beacon is a Fortune 500 publicly traded distributor of roofing materials and ancillary construction products in North America, with more than 400 locations in all 50 US states and 6 provinces in Canada. Serving an extensive base of more than 90,000 customers, Beacon leverages its extensive branch network and diverse service offerings to provide quality products and support throughout the business lifecycle. Beacon offers its own private label, TRI-BUILT, and has its own digital account management suite, Beacon PRO+, which allows customers to manage their business online.

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