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17.2000 -0.2800 (-1.60%)

2015-04-20 15:58:50, 20 min delay

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Last Price17.2000
Previous Close17.4800
Time2015-04-20 15:58:50
Year High Date2015-04-16
Year Low Date2015-01-12
52wk High Date2015-04-16
52wk Low Date2014-04-24
Average Volume234,057
Short Interest334,557
Year High17.81
Year Low13.88
52wk High17.81
52wk Low8.1
Year End Close3.51
Shares Outstanding30,908
% Institutional44.8

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