|Last Price$15.28||Day Change (%)-2.24%|
|Open Price$15.50||Day Change ($)-0.35|
|Day Range15.17–15.54||52-Week Range13.62–21.67|
As of Fri 5/22/2015 6:44:00 PM | USD
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