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Previous Close136.12
Open136.10
Bid135.26 x 100
Ask135.32 x 200
Day's Range134.33 - 136.12
52 Week Range104.40 - 136.79
Volume17,898,687
Avg. Volume19,710,929
Market Cap391.19B
Beta0.54
PE Ratio (TTM)38.75
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