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CALFRAC WELL SERIVCES LTD Stock

TSE › CALFRAC WELL SERIVCES LTD (TSE:CFW)

10.430 -0.030 (-0.29%)

2015-04-20 15:58:44, 15 min delay

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Last Price10.430
Previous Close10.440
Low10.310
Time2015-04-20 15:58:44
Year High Date2015-04-15
Year Low Date2015-01-29
52wk High Date2014-07-29
52wk Low Date2015-01-29
Average Volume518,868
Open10.520
High10.675
Volume457,651
Year High11.17
Year Low7.3
52wk High22.57
52wk Low7.3
Year End Close25.05
Volatility59.47

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