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CLIFFS NATURAL RESOURCES Stock

NYSE › CLIFFS NATURAL RESOURCES (NYSE:CLF)

18.655 -0.045 (-0.24%)

2014-04-17 15:59:47, 20 min delay

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Last Price18.655
Previous Close18.650
Low18.470
Time2014-04-17 15:59:47
Year High Date2014-01-02
Year Low Date2014-03-10
52wk High Date2013-11-04
52wk Low Date2013-07-05
Average Volume7,363,540
Short Interest26,662,478
Assets1,650M
Beta2.28
Open18.650
High18.875
Volume4,537,003
Year High26.63
Year Low17.4
52wk High28.98
52wk Low15.41
Year End Close38.57
Shares Outstanding142,496
% Institutional85.7
LiabilitiesM
Volatility37.02

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