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NASDAQ › FIRST SOLAR INC (NASDAQ:FSLR)

63.30 +0.49 (+0.78%)

2014-07-24 15:58:16, 15 min delay

FIRST SOLAR INC (NASDAQ:FSLR) Stock Chart
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Last Price63.30
Open62.96
High63.54
Volume1,520,646
Year High74.84
Year Low47.0411
52wk High74.84
52wk Low35.59
Year End Close30.8556
Shares Outstanding87,028
% Institutional84.9
Liabilities973.7M
Volatility29.89
Net Change0.49
Previous Close62.81
Low62.03
Time2014-07-24 15:58:16
Year High Date2014-03-24
Year Low Date2014-02-05
52wk High Date2014-03-24
52wk Low Date2013-09-04
Average Volume2,440,191
Short Interest18,301,576
AssetsM
Beta1.41

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