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890 5th Avenue Partners, Inc. (ENFA)

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Previous Close9.86
Open9.89
Bid9.74 x 800
Ask9.99 x 900
Day's Range9.74 - 9.89
52 Week Range9.57 - 10.94
Volume9,165
Avg. Volume78,860
Market Cap359.807M
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