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NASDAQ › GORDMANS STORES (NASDAQ:GMAN)

5.500 +0.010 (+0.18%)

2015-07-31 15:52:32, 15 min delay

GORDMANS STORES (NASDAQ:GMAN) Stock Chart
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Last Price5.500
Open5.460
High5.518
Volume67,791
Year High8.92
Year Low2.7001
52wk High8.92
52wk Low2.42
Year End Close15.02
Shares Outstanding19,429
% Institutional27.6
Liabilities63.2M
Volatility52.67
Net Change0.010
Previous Close5.510
Low5.460
Time2015-07-31 15:52:32
Year High Date2015-04-21
Year Low Date2015-01-07
52wk High Date2015-04-21
52wk Low Date2014-12-15
Average Volume76,072
Short Interest153,802
Assets123.5M
Beta1.82

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