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ASX › CELLMID (ASX:CDY)

0.024 0.000 (0.00%)

2015-05-25 15:55:00, 0 min delay

CELLMID (ASX:CDY) Stock Chart
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Last Price0.024
Previous Close0.026
Low0.024
Ask0.025
Time2015-05-25 15:55:00
52wk High Date2014-02-10
52wk Low Date2014-05-30
Open0.024
High0.024
Bid0.024
Volume284,201
52wk High0.039
52wk Low0.023
Shares Outstanding792,911,000

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