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NYSE › JOHNSON & JOHNSON (NYSE:JNJ)

107.21 +0.51 (+0.48%)

2014-11-26 15:59:00, 20 min delay

JOHNSON & JOHNSON (NYSE:JNJ) Stock Chart
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Last Price107.21
Open106.77
High107.22
Volume4,639,729
Year High109.49
Year Low86.09
52wk High109.49
52wk Low86.09
Year End Close70.1
Shares Outstanding2,771,262
% Institutional67.8
Liabilities24,262M
Volatility12.41
Net Change0.51
Previous Close106.7
Low106.60
Time2014-11-26 15:59:00
Year High Date2014-11-13
Year Low Date2014-02-04
52wk High Date2014-11-13
52wk Low Date2014-02-04
Average Volume7,117,638
Short Interest100,646,064
Assets46,116M
Beta0.45

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