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TSX:FOOD (Goodfood Market Corp)

$2.76 $-0.05 (-0.02) Price as of Aug 23, 2019, 03:05:53pm EDT

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Last updated Aug 23, 2019, 03:05:53pm EDT
Current Price $2.76
Today's Change $-0.05 (-1.8%)
Close Price $2.81
Open Price $2.80
Bid $2.75
Ask $2.86
Day Range $2.74 - $2.80
Year Range $2.51 - $3.98
Volume 26,957
Average Volume 2
Market Cap $172,104,800.00

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