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American Express Company (AXP)

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91.60-3.33 (-3.51%)
At close: 4:04PM EDT
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Previous close94.93
Open91.96
Bid90.76 x 1000
Ask93.49 x 800
Day's range91.00 - 93.57
52-week range67.00 - 138.13
Volume6,778,367
Avg. volume3,978,187
Market cap73.756B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.13
PE ratio (TTM)22.55
EPS (TTM)4.06
Earnings date22 Jan 2021 - 26 Jan 2021
Forward dividend & yield1.72 (1.81%)
Ex-dividend date08 Oct 2020
1y target est107.68
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