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TSX:XEG (iSHARES SP TSX CAPPED ENERGY INDEX FD)

$8.66 $0.11 (0.01) Friday, November 15, 2019 at 3:59:50 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

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Last updated Nov 15, 2019, 03:59:50pm EST
Current Price $8.66
Today's Change $0.11 (1.2%)
Close Price $8.56
Open Price $8.57
Bid $8.64
Ask $8.70
Day Range $8.57 - $8.74
Year Range $7.63 - $10.97
Volume 553,402
Average Volume 1,020,771
Market Cap $693,666,000.00
EPS (ttm) $-3.70

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