Kellogg Co (K)
$61.09 1.10 (1.83%)
18:30 EDT K Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $61.09
Market Cap 21.19B
PE Ratio 14.76
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.48M
Day's Range 58.37 - 61.41
52-Week Range 51.34 - 71.05
Dividend & Yield 2.18 (3.57%)
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