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NYSE › EXXON MOBIL (NYSE:XOM)

85.11 -0.52 (-0.61%)

2015-03-31 15:59:11, 20 min delay

EXXON MOBIL (NYSE:XOM) Stock Chart
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Last Price85.11
Previous Close85.63
Low84.46
Time2015-03-31 15:59:11
Year High Date2015-02-13
Year Low Date2015-03-13
52wk High Date2014-07-29
52wk Low Date2015-03-13
Average Volume15,155,630
Short Interest32,425,630
Assets72,963M
Beta0.85
Open84.85
High85.34
Volume9,488,477
Year High93.45
Year Low82.68
52wk High104.76
52wk Low82.68
Year End Close86.55
Shares Outstanding4,559,343
% Institutional47.7
Liabilities77,505M
Volatility17

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