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GameStop Corp. (GME)

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28.70-0.42 (-1.44%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
28.45 -0.25 (-0.87%)
After hours: 08:00PM EDT
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Previous close29.12
Bid28.45 x 1000
Ask28.48 x 800
Day's range27.41 - 30.66
52-week range9.95 - 64.83
Avg. volume45,431,569
Market cap12.232B
Beta (5Y monthly)-0.24
PE ratio (TTM)358.75
EPS (TTM)0.08
Earnings date04 Sept 2024 - 09 Sept 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date14 Mar 2019
1y target est8.38
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