|Last Price$70.59||Day Change (%)0.79%|
|Open Price$69.99||Day Change ($)0.55|
|Day Range69.80–70.63||52-Week Range51.58–70.84|
As of Tue 2/27/2017 7:29:00 PM | USD
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