Massive 5 Sporting Items (BGFV) falls 5.81% to Shut at $30.17 on September 2

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Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp (NASDAQ: BGFV), a El Segundo, Calif. Company, closed at $ 30.17 on Thursday after losing $ 1.86 (5.81%) on 7,635,295 shares . The stock ranged from a high of $ 35.45 to a low of $ 29.09, while the market cap of Big 5 Sporting Goods is now $ 676,419,546.

About Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp

Big 5 is a leading sporting goods retailer in the western United States and, as of the fiscal quarter ended January 3, 2021, operated 430 stores under the name “Big 5 Sporting Goods”. Goods store size averaging 11,000 square meters. The Big 5 product mix includes sports shoes, clothing and accessories as well as a wide selection of outdoor and sports equipment for team sports, fitness, camping, hunting, fishing, home recreation, tennis, golf, and winter and summer recreation.

Visit Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp’s profile for more information.

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