DPZ - Domino's Pizza, Inc.

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Previous Close385.50
Open387.00
Bid397.30 x 2200
Ask399.99 x 1000
Day's Range383.71 - 398.91
52 Week Range220.90 - 398.91
Volume843,971
Avg. Volume943,669
Market Cap15.581B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.37
PE Ratio (TTM)38.27
EPS (TTM)10.41
Earnings DateJul 16, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield3.12 (0.81%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 12, 2020
1y Target Est395.84
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