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NASDAQ:FB (Facebook)

$186.22 $-0.97 (-0.01) Price as of Sep 16, 2019, 04:00:00pm EDT

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Last updated Sep 16, 2019, 04:00:00pm EDT
Current Price $186.22
Today's Change $-0.97 (-0.5%)
Close Price $187.19
Open Price $186.93
Bid $186.22
Ask $186.22
Day Range $185.77 - $187.79
Year Range $128.56 - $208.66
Volume 8,325,078
Average Volume 349
Market Cap $514,558,200,000.00

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