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DAIMLER AG ORD (NASDAQOTH: DDAIF)

83.08 -0.28 (-0.34%)

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DDAIF $83.08 -0.34%
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Today's Open $82.74
Previous Close $83.36
Daily Range $82.74 - $83.37
52-Week Range $70.21 - $97.95
Market Cap $88.9B
P/E Ratio 14.79
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 45,167
Average Daily Volume 43,479
Current FY EPS $9.78

Sector

Consumer Discretionary

Industry

Automobiles

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