Franklin Templeton ETF – Franklin FTSE Saudi Arabia ETF (FLSA) gains 0.58% to Close at $0.00 on September 3
Franklin Templeton ETF Trust – Franklin FTSE Saudi Arabia ETF (NYSE: FLSA) gained to close at $0.00 Friday after gaining $0.2036 (0.58%) on volume of 55 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $35.07 to a low of $34.77 while Franklin Templeton ETF – Franklin FTSE Saudi Arabia ETF’s market cap now stands at $3,507,000.
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