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Previous Close10.29
Open10.40
Bid10.90 x 3200
Ask10.99 x 1200
Day's Range10.15 - 10.77
52 Week Range9.57 - 14.01
Volume3,487,679
Avg. Volume2,494,549
Market Cap965.396M
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