Vector Group Ltd (VGR)
$11.90 0.16 (1.33%)
18:30 EST VGR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 1.60B
PE Ratio 17.76
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 958,687
Day's Range 11.81 - 12.06
52-Week Range 7.92 - 13.85
Dividend & Yield 1.60 (13.45%)
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