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2014-12-17 10:04:25, 15 min delay

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Last Price0.034
Year High1
Year Low0.0082
52wk High1
52wk Low0.0082
Year End Close0.0002
Shares Outstanding173,487
Net Change0.002
Previous Close0.032
Time2014-12-17 10:04:25
Year High Date2014-02-21
Year Low Date2014-11-12
52wk High Date2014-02-21
52wk Low Date2014-11-12
Average Volume236,206

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