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Previous Close819.31
Open822.30
Bid820.55 x 100
Ask820.82 x 100
Day's Range817.82 - 824.87
52 Week Range663.06 - 824.87
Volume434,109
Avg. Volume1,740,774
Market Cap573.52B
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PE Ratio (TTM)30.06
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
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