International Business Machines (IBM)
$124.20 0.22 (0.18%)
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Market Cap 114.01B
PE Ratio 20.36
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.14M
Day's Range 122.11 - 124.33
52-Week Range 90.56 - 158.75
Dividend & Yield 6.21 (5.00%)
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The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. - International Business Machine Corp is expected to cut 10,000 jobs across Europe, with up to 2,000 roles in UK and Ireland at risk. - Some of UK's biggest accounting firms have accused the government of damaging business by dragging its feet on audit reforms.
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