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AT&T Inc. (T.MX)

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365.99-7.51 (-2.01%)
At close: 02:57PM CDT
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Previous close373.50
Bid365.00 x 1000
Ask366.00 x 2000
Day's range0.00 - 0.00
52-week range
Avg. volume7,314
Market cap2.608T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.60
PE ratio (TTM)7.96
EPS (TTM)45.95
Earnings date19 Oct 2022 - 24 Oct 2022
Forward dividend & yield22.65 (6.06%)
Ex-dividend date08 Jul 2022
1y target estN/A
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