|Bid||80.57 x 20000|
|Ask||81.19 x 20000|
|Day's Range||79.88 - 81.25|
|52 Week Range||61.00 - 117.08|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.11|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||25.43|
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From the company that brought you the robot vacuum the Roomba - there are two new creations to help you keep your home and yard clean! They're being described as some of iRobot's most advanced products yet. Colin Angle, the chairman, co-founder, and CEO of iRobot joined The Final Round to discuss.
Worldwide sales of consumer robots reached $5.6 billion in 2018, and is expected to reach $19 billion by the end of 2025, and that's in no small part thanks to iRobot and the Roomba. But in order to stay at the top of the market, iRobot has launched even more cleaning robots.
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Home-cleaning robot maker iRobot introduced a pair of new robots that can work in tandem to clean floors. The Roomba S9+ vacuum and Braava Jet M6 mop are its latest flagship robots.
Where can iRobot go next after giving us a Roomba that can dump its own dustbin ? How about a Roomba that can also tag team floor cleaning with a robot mop? The new Roomba s9+ and Bravaa jet m6 work in tandem: Once your floors are vacuumed, the mop automatically wakes up and gets to work. The Roomba s9+ ($1,299) is even more powerful than the previous version, with a new design that finally lets it clean walls and corners better. The Bravaa ($499) is the company's largest robot mop yet, with the ability to clean around 1,000 square feet at once. Together, they're iRobot's biggest play yet to keep your home sparkling.
High-Growth Tech Stocks' Recent Performance(Continued from Prior Part)iRobot’s returnsiRobot (IRBT) stock has fallen close to 11% since the start of April, and it’s up 1.3% in May. The stock is currently trading at $104.88, which is 76% above
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