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TPG Pace Beneficial Finance Corp. (TPGY)

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Previous Close14.03
Open11.65
Bid11.78 x 1100
Ask11.83 x 800
Day's Range11.50 - 12.50
52 Week Range9.76 - 34.28
Volume4,454,439
Avg. Volume1,389,280
Market Cap526.75M
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
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