Texas Instruments (TXN)
$117.18 1.50 (1.26%)
16:05 EDT TXN Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $117.80
Market Cap 114.71B
PE Ratio 29.37
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.01M
Day's Range 116.76 - 118.49
52-Week Range 87.70 - 120.00
Dividend & Yield 2.63 (2.24%)
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