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NASDAQ › BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS (NASDAQ:BGFV)

13.33 -0.04 (-0.30%)

2014-11-28 11:19:09, 15 min delay

BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS (NASDAQ:BGFV) Stock Chart
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Last Price13.33
Previous Close13.37
Low13.26
Time2014-11-28 11:19:09
Year High Date2014-01-03
Year Low Date2014-10-09
52wk High Date2014-01-03
52wk Low Date2014-10-09
Average Volume175,373
Short Interest873,793
Assets298.7M
Beta1.73
Open13.39
High13.58
Volume37,287
Year High20.25
Year Low9.19
52wk High20.25
52wk Low9.19
Year End Close13.1
Shares Outstanding21,581
% Institutional81
Liabilities141.8M
Volatility39.62

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