AT&T, Inc. (T)


NYSE - NYSE Real Time Price. Currency in USD
41.28+0.17 (+0.41%)
At close: 4:00 PM EDT
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Open41.15
Prev Close41.11
Bid41.26 x 800
Ask41.40 x 400
Day's Range40.73 - 41.39
52wk Range31.85 - 43.89
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap253.95B
P/E Ratio (ttm)17.80
Beta0.33
Volume18,357,467
Avg Vol (3m)20,680,442
Dividend & Yield1.92 (4.65%)
Earnings DateN/A
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