Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII)
$181.04 0.40 (0.22%)
18:30 EDT HII Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $181.04
Market Cap 8.06B
PE Ratio 15.91
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 345,800
Day's Range 177.11 - 184.49
52-Week Range 147.14 - 279.71
Dividend & Yield 2.88 (1.59%)
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