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NYSE › ALCOA (NYSE:AA)

16.470 +0.250 (+1.54%)

2014-10-31 14:11:32, 20 min delay

ALCOA (NYSE:AA) Stock Chart
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Last Price16.470
Open16.430
High16.600
Volume9,296,921
Year High17.36
Year Low9.825
52wk High17.36
52wk Low8.78
Year End Close8.68
Shares Outstanding1,067,202
% Institutional59.1
Liabilities5,940M
Volatility38.28
Net Change0.250
Previous Close16.220
Low16.241
Time2014-10-31 14:11:32
Year High Date2014-09-04
Year Low Date2014-01-10
52wk High Date2014-09-04
52wk Low Date2013-11-08
Average Volume26,641,398
Short Interest71,955,760
Assets7,741M
Beta1.87

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