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2014-12-19 15:57:00, 15 min delay

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Last Price48.41
Year High53.38
Year Low31.08
52wk High53.38
52wk Low31.08
Year End Close22.41
Shares Outstanding24,804
% Institutional95.7
Net Change0.29
Previous Close48.48
Time2014-12-19 15:57:00
Year High Date2014-11-17
Year Low Date2014-01-14
52wk High Date2014-11-17
52wk Low Date2014-01-14
Average Volume270,741
Short Interest3,071,005

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