ELAA.SG - The Estee Lauder Companies Inc

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
-1.80 (-0.99%)
As of 03:30PM CEST. Market open.
  • Dividend

    ELAA.SG announced a cash dividend of 0.66 with an ex-date of May. 30, 2023

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Previous Close180.95
Bid177.95 x 100000
Ask179.55 x 100000
Day's Range179.15 - 181.90
52 Week Range174.80 - 278.05
Avg. Volume12
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Earnings DateAug 18, 2023
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