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Previous Close218.56
Bid232.25 x 900
Ask233.18 x 1400
Day's Range218.50 - 234.29
52 Week Range93.81 - 258.05
Avg. Volume901,709
Market Cap13.727B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.63
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