Nestle Sa ADR (NSRGY)
$113.22 0.57 (0.51%)
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Market Cap 346.79B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.77M
Day's Range 112.78 - 113.62
52-Week Range 88.00 - 122.63
Dividend & Yield 2.12 (1.87%)
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