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42.695 -4.315 (-9.18%)

2015-01-27 15:41:25, 15 min delay

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Last Price42.695
Previous Close47.010
Time2015-01-27 15:41:25
Year High Date2015-01-13
Year Low Date2015-01-16
52wk High Date2014-11-14
52wk Low Date2014-02-06
Average Volume31,202,359
Short Interest80,093,008
Year High47.91
Year Low45.17
52wk High50.045
52wk Low35.69
Year End Close26.7097
Shares Outstanding8,376,245
% Institutional65.9

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