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-9.70 -0.47%
Dow Indu
-78.57 -0.44%
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6.14 +0.14 (+2.19%)

2015-11-30 12:24:57, 15 min delay

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Last Price6.14
Year High7.52
Year Low2.75
52wk High7.52
52wk Low2.75
Year End Close6.47
Shares Outstanding3,040
% Institutional4.3
Net Change0.14
Previous Close6.39
Time2015-11-30 12:24:57
Year High Date2015-08-03
Year Low Date2015-07-01
52wk High Date2015-08-03
52wk Low Date2015-07-01
Average Volume3,077
Short Interest7,490

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