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Linde plc (LIN)

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321.16-7.47 (-2.27%)
At close: 04:03PM EST
322.49 +1.33 (+0.42%)
After hours: 07:56PM EST
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Previous Close328.63
Bid319.00 x 800
Ask328.26 x 1100
Day's Range318.46 - 323.80
52 Week Range240.80 - 352.18
Avg. Volume1,488,149
Market Cap164.612B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.84
PE Ratio (TTM)47.26
EPS (TTM)6.80
Earnings DateFeb 10, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield4.24 (1.29%)
Ex-Dividend DateDec 02, 2021
1y Target Est303.79
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