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SPDR S&P 500 Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)

PACF › SPDR S&P 500 (PACF:SPY)

200.410 -0.300 (-0.15%)

2014-09-02 12:24:25, 15 min delay

SPDR S&P 500 (PACF:SPY) Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Chart
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Last Price200.410
Previous Close200.710
Low200.200
Time2014-09-02 12:24:25
Year High Date2014-08-26
Year Low Date2014-02-05
52wk High Date2014-08-26
52wk Low Date2013-09-03
Average Volume81,541,238
Assets1,256,300M
Volatility9.34
Open200.990
High200.995
Volume32,361,204
Year High200.82
Year Low173.71
52wk High200.82
52wk Low163.7
Year End Close142.41
Shares Outstanding838,882
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