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10.73 -0.31 (-2.81%)

2014-08-28 11:02:00, 20 min delay

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Last Price10.73
Previous Close11.04
Time2014-08-28 11:02:00
Year High Date2014-06-16
Year Low Date2014-02-05
52wk High Date2014-06-16
52wk Low Date2014-02-05
Average Volume250,880
Short Interest921,374
Year High13.69
Year Low7.66
52wk High13.69
52wk Low7.66
Year End Close5.36
Shares Outstanding49,097
% Institutional61.5

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