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223.30 -0.17 (-0.08%)
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Previous Close223.90
Open223.90
Bid223.13 x 900
Ask223.43 x 900
Day's Range223.39 - 223.97
52 Week Range178.64 - 223.97
Volume39
Avg. Volume2,445,876
Net Assets17.72B
NAV219.52
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.10%
YTD Return12.80%
Beta (3y)1.02
Expense Ratio (net)0.17%
Inception Date1998-01-13
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