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ITV plc (ITV.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
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168.70 + 2.40 (+1.44%)
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Previous close 166.30
Open 166.80
Bid 153.00 x 3209800
Ask 178.00 x 712600
Day's range 165.50 - 170.30
52-week range 152.40 - 221.76
Volume 13,792,363
Avg. volume 15,056,246
Market cap 6.77B
Beta 0.96
PE ratio (TTM) 16.70
EPS (TTM) 10.1
Earnings date 29 Jul 2015 - 4 Aug 2015
Dividend & yield 0.10 (4.47%)
Ex-dividend date 2017-10-26
1y target est 204.42
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