VanEck Vectors ETF – VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF (GRNB) gains 0.25% to close at $ 26.84 on October 22

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VanEck ETF Trust – Shares of the VanEck Green Bond ETF (NYSE: GRNB) gained 0.25%, or $ 0.066 per share, to close at $ 26.84 on Friday. After opening the day at $ 26.81, shares of VanEck Vectors ETF – VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF have fluctuated between $ 26.84 and $ 26.79. 34,847 shares traded hands, an increase from their 30-day average of 15,630. Friday’s activity brought the market capitalization of VanEck Vectors ETF – VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF to $ 99,293,200.

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