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Alphabet (C shares) (NASDAQ: GOOG)

762.50 19.90 (2.68%)

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Today's Open $747.11
Previous Close $742.60
Daily Range $746.70 - $762.68
52-Week Range $486.23 - $762.71
Market Cap $524.4B
P/E Ratio 32.15
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 917,215
Average Daily Volume 2,031,326
Current FY EPS $0.00




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