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Previous Close128.93
Open129.38
Bid129.40 x 2900
Ask129.48 x 200
Day's Range128.38 - 129.90
52 Week Range94.23 - 133.50
Volume14,393,698
Avg. Volume22,907,893
Market Cap372.87B
Beta0.32
PE Ratio (TTM)61.84
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