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Tencent Holdings Limited (0700.HK)

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Previous Close555.500
Open559.000
Bid527.000 x 0
Ask527.500 x 0
Day's Range499.400 - 559.000
52 Week Range312.200 - 564.000
Volume62,117,088
Avg. Volume21,913,172
Market Cap5.055T
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.05
PE Ratio (TTM)47.89
EPS (TTM)11.014
Earnings DateAug 12, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield1.20 (0.22%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 15, 2020
1y Target Est388.16
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