Consumer Portfolio Service (CPSS) increases 5.34% on August 8


Today, Consumer Portfolio Service, Inc. (NASDAQ: CPSS) rose $0.64 to end Monday at $12.62.


The company opened at $11.98 and shares fluctuated between $12.66 and $11.87 with 106,018 shares traded.


Consumer Portfolio Service, is an average of 79,033 shares traded over the past 30 days. They have increased by 1.10% since the beginning of the year.


Consumer Portfolio Service, is expected to release its results on 2022-10-26.


For technical charts, analysis and more on Consumer Portfolio Service, visit the company profile.




About Consumer Portfolio Service, Inc.

Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc. is an independent specialty finance company that provides indirect automotive financing for people with credit issues or limited credit histories. The Company purchases installment retail contracts primarily from franchised automobile dealerships backed by late-model used vehicles and, to a lesser extent, new vehicles. Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc. funds these purchases of long-term contracts primarily through securitization markets and manages the contracts throughout their life.



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