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76.65 -0.23 (-0.30%)

2015-08-28 15:59:50, 20 min delay

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Last Price76.65
Previous Close76.65
Time2015-08-28 15:59:50
Year High Date2015-01-02
Year Low Date2015-08-24
52wk High Date2014-12-29
52wk Low Date2015-08-24
Average Volume7,530,575
Short Interest9,389,555
Year High93.94
Year Low71.71
52wk High94.89
52wk Low71.71
Year End Close57.48
Shares Outstanding1,119,062
% Institutional89.8

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