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International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. (IAG.L)

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589.00+3.00 (+0.51%)
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Previous Close586.00
Open586.00
Bid589.00 x 123000
Ask589.50 x 327100
Day's Range585.50 - 597.00
52 Week Range281.73 - 773.19
Volume3,447,087
Avg. Volume8,490,888
Market Cap12.19B
Beta0.79
PE Ratio (TTM)5.67
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.23 (2.95%)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-12-01
1y Target EstN/A
  • International Consolidated Airlines Group SA breached its 50 day moving average in a Bearish Manner : IAG-GB : September 21, 2017
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    International Consolidated Airlines Group SA breached its 50 day moving average in a Bearish Manner : IAG-GB : September 21, 2017

    Categories: Europe Stock Alerts Yahoo FinanceGet full CapitalCube analysis *Disclaimer : This is as of previous day’s closing price. Technical Indicators Below is a quick look at 5 technical indicators for International Consolidated Airlines Group SA. More studies are available on the Technical Chart. Indicator Signal Closing Price above/below 50 Day Moving Average Bearish Closing Price above/below 200 Day Moving ... Read more (Read more...)

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