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International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
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141.12-0.07 (-0.05%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
141.46 +0.34 (+0.24%)
After hours: 07:56PM EDT
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Previous close141.19
Bid140.98 x 900
Ask141.47 x 900
Day's range139.33 - 141.67
52-week range114.56 - 144.73
Avg. volume5,269,562
Market cap126.489B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.00
PE ratio (TTM)23.18
EPS (TTM)6.09
Earnings date18 Jul 2022
Forward dividend & yield6.60 (4.68%)
Ex-dividend date09 May 2022
1y target est143.63
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