Icahn Enterprises (IEP)
$64.57 0.33 (0.51%)
19:22 EST IEP Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $64.57
Market Cap 11.51B
PE Ratio 4.12
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 82,200
Day's Range 64.19 - 65.08
52-Week Range 59.41 - 79.37
Dividend & Yield 7.00 (10.84%)
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The deal doubles LVMH’s jewelry market share to 18%. More importantly, it is by far the conglomerate’s biggest acquisition in its history. Including the Tiffany deal, it has made 20 deals worth $28 billion since the start of 2016.
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