GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC (NYSE: GS)

Overview
current price
$368.75
$368.75
change
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Yesterday's Close
368.75
open
0.00
volume
0.00 M
30d. avg volume.
2.77 M
1 day
0.00 - 0.00
52 weeks
185.52 - 393.26
p/e
8.97
beta
1.4836
market cap
122.84 B
dividend yield
1.38%
Industry
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