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Realty Income Corporation (O)

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70.48+0.57 (+0.82%)
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Previous close69.91
Open70.00
Bid70.20 x 1300
Ask70.50 x 800
Day's range69.97 - 70.61
52-week range56.72 - 71.84
Volume1,767,059
Avg. volume3,530,855
Market cap27.443B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.75
PE ratio (TTM)72.96
EPS (TTM)0.97
Earnings date02 Aug 2021
Forward dividend & yield2.83 (4.01%)
Ex-dividend date30 Jul 2021
1y target est75.17
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