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Previous Close148.25
Open147.32
Bid140.49 x 2200
Ask141.07 x 1000
Day's Range138.82 - 152.47
52 Week Range135.38 - 256.09
Volume3,078,305
Avg. Volume3,695,245
Market Cap45.457B
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