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48.07 Up +0.85 +1.79%
DETAILS
Symbol Value ($)
Previous Close 47.22
Open 48.12
Day's High 48.12
Day's Low 48.07
Volume 376
Avg Daily Vol (13 Wks) 346.64
Bid 48.57
Bid Size 200
Ask 48.98
Ask Size 200
52-Wk High 52.95
52-Wk Low 37.85
Dividend Rate 1.78
Yield 3.70
  • Last trade 7/22/2014 1:52 PM ET
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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
Symbol Value ($)
Sales* 36.21 Bil
Income* 15.08 Bil
Sales Growth* +0.20%
Income Growth* -2.40%
Net Profit Margin 41.63%
Debt/Equity Ratio 11.82
Beta 0.98
EPS 23.26
Forward P/E NA
P/E NA
Market Cap 31.61 Bil
Shares Outstanding 657.65 Mil
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TOP FUNDS HOLDING
NAME % OWN
M&G Global Dividend 0.95%
Vanguard International Growth Fund 0.95%
Didner & Gerge Aktiefond 0.65%
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