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NYSE › XEROX (NYSE:XRX)

12.00 -1.14 (-9.51%)

2015-04-24 15:57:32, 20 min delay

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Last Price12.00
Previous Close11.99
Low11.32
Time2015-04-24 15:57:32
Year High Date2015-01-23
Year Low Date2015-04-24
52wk High Date2014-12-08
52wk Low Date2015-04-24
Average Volume8,113,588
Short Interest24,966,972
Assets8,273M
Beta1.84
Open12.06
High12.23
Volume39,804,080
Year High14.15
Year Low11.32
52wk High14.36
52wk Low11.32
Year End Close6.82
Shares Outstanding1,272,547
% Institutional85.9
Liabilities5,910M
Volatility33.25

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