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SAIC Motor Corporation Limited (600104.SS)

Shanghai - Shanghai Delayed price. Currency in CNY
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20.91-0.06 (-0.29%)
As of 11:29AM CST. Market open.
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Previous close20.97
Open21.26
Bid20.90 x 0
Ask20.91 x 0
Day's range20.59 - 21.33
52-week range18.03 - 28.80
Volume33,014,579
Avg. volume44,759,747
Market cap244.302B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.51
PE ratio (TTM)9.31
EPS (TTM)2.25
Earnings date29 Oct 2021 - 02 Nov 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.62 (3.24%)
Ex-dividend date30 Jul 2021
1y target estN/A
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