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Previous Close133.84
Bid133.37 x 100
Ask133.40 x 200
Day's Range133.17 - 134.09
52 Week Range102.74 - 135.49
Avg. Volume20,029,060
Market Cap385.9B
PE Ratio (TTM)38.23
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