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NASDAQ › KEURIG GREEN MOUNTIAN (NASDAQ:GMCR)

75.035 +0.825 (+1.10%)

2015-07-31 15:59:27, 15 min delay

KEURIG GREEN MOUNTIAN (NASDAQ:GMCR) Stock Chart
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Last Price75.035
Open74.320
High75.250
Volume1,478,402
Year High139.74
Year Low68.72
52wk High158.87
52wk Low68.72
Year End Close41.34
Shares Outstanding148,452
% Institutional90.5
Liabilities520M
Volatility29.41
Net Change0.825
Previous Close75.040
Low73.730
Time2015-07-31 15:59:27
Year High Date2015-01-09
Year Low Date2015-07-15
52wk High Date2014-11-18
52wk Low Date2015-07-15
Average Volume1,486,172
Short Interest27,117,800
Assets1,323M
Beta0.31

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