WW Grainger (GWW) falls 0.74% for September 16
WW Grainger Inc. (NYSE: GWW), a Lake Forest, Ill., Company closed at $ 409.06 on Thursday after losing $ 3.06 (0.74%) on a volume of 232,328 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 412.82 to a low of $ 408.42, while WW Grainger’s market cap now stands at $ 21,301,538,929.
About WW Grainger Inc.
WW Grainger, Inc., with 2020 revenue of $ 11.8 billion, is North America’s leading provider of maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) products, with operations primarily in America North, Japan and Europe.
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