Goldman Sachs ETF Trust – Goldman Sachs Access Ultra Short Bond ETF (CBOE: GSST) fell to close at $50.66 Friday after losing $0.005 (0.01%) on volume of 99,436 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $50.68 to a low of $50.64 while Goldman Sachs ETF – Goldman Sachs Access Ultra Short Bond ETF’s market cap now stands at $329,322,500.
About CBOE Global Markets
CBOE operates the largest options exchange and the third largest stock exchange in the U.S. CBOE runs a total of four separate stock exchanges that it acquired through the acquisition of Bats Global Markets in 2017. Collectively, these exchanges account for about 17% of total US equities volume.
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