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-11.83 (-1.70%)  (11/02/2016)
  • Close
  • 682.33
  • 52-week high
  • 1,058.11
  • 52-week low
  • 644.03
  • Volume
  • 40,928,181
  • 50-day average volume
  • 58,148,769
  • 1-month change
  • -6.78
  • 3-months change
  • -16.98
  • 12-month change
  • -34.92

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