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NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX (COMBINED) Index

NASDAQ › NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX (COMBINED) (NASDAQ:COMP)

4530.65 +4.17 (+0.09%)

2014-08-21 15:59:38, 15 min delay

NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX (COMBINED) (NASDAQ:COMP) Index Chart
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Last Price4530.65
Open4526.72
High4534.00
Time2014-08-21 15:59:38
52wk High Date2014-08-20
52wk Low Date2013-08-27
Net Change4.17
Previous Close4526.48
Low4513.81
52wk High4533.01
52wk Low3573.57

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