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AMEX › ACQUITY GROUP (AMEX:AQ)

12.95 -0.01 (-0.08%)

2013-07-08 15:58:11, 20 min delay

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Last Price12.95
Previous Close12.96
Low12.95
Time2013-07-08 15:58:11
Year High Date2013-06-06
Year Low Date2013-02-28
52wk High Date2013-06-06
52wk Low Date2012-12-17
Average Volume80,765
Short Interest190,399
Assets41M
Volatility3.27
Open12.95
High12.96
Volume195,771
Year High13.06
Year Low5.861
52wk High13.06
52wk Low5.57
Year End Close7.71
Shares Outstanding23,516
% Institutional20.1
Liabilities9.7M

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