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The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BK)

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42.42+0.71 (+1.70%)
At close: 04:04PM EDT
42.42 -0.01 (-0.02%)
After hours: 04:18PM EDT
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Previous Close41.71
Bid40.02 x 1000
Ask44.60 x 1200
Day's Range41.15 - 42.56
52 Week Range40.26 - 64.63
Avg. Volume5,029,249
Market Cap34.267B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.13
PE Ratio (TTM)10.53
EPS (TTM)4.03
Earnings DateJul 15, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield1.36 (3.21%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 27, 2022
1y Target Est51.80
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