AMD - Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

NasdaqCM - NasdaqCM Real Time Price. Currency in USD
23.66
-2.96 (-11.12%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close26.62
Open27.03
Bid23.71 x 1800
Ask23.72 x 900
Day's range23.60 - 27.10
52-week range9.04 - 34.14
Volume127,735,942
Avg. volume121,487,950
Market cap23.065B
Beta (3Y Monthly)4.06
PE ratio (TTM)81.87
EPS (TTM)0.29
Earnings date24 Oct 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date1995-04-27
1y target est26.02
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