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94.275 +0.195 (+0.21%)

2014-12-26 15:59:14, 20 min delay

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Last Price94.275
Year High96.24
Year Low78.4101
52wk High96.24
52wk Low78.4101
Year End Close57.48
Shares Outstanding1,119,062
% Institutional89.8
Net Change0.195
Previous Close94.290
Time2014-12-26 15:59:14
Year High Date2014-07-01
Year Low Date2014-10-15
52wk High Date2014-07-01
52wk Low Date2014-10-15
Average Volume3,908,961
Short Interest9,389,555

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