Fidelity Covington – Fidelity Blue Chip Growth ETF (FBCG) falls 0.46% in Light Trading on September 30


Today, shares of Fidelity Covington Trust – Fidelity Blue Chip Growth ETF Inc (CBOE: FBCG) fell $ 0.15, down 0.46%. Fidelity Covington – The Fidelity Growth Blue Chip ETF opened at $ 32.72 before trading between $ 32.96 and $ 32.43 throughout Thursday’s session. The activity saw the market cap of Fidelity Covington – Fidelity Blue Chip Growth ETF drop to $ 443,625,000 on 72,893 stocks – below their 30-day average of 134,099.

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