MSF.BE - MICROSOFT DL-,00000625

Berlin - Berlin Delayed price. Currency in EUR
121.00
-3.00 (-2.42%)
At close: 11:55AM CEST
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Previous close124.00
Open121.00
Bid120.00 x 0
Ask121.00 x 0
Day's range121.00 - 121.00
52-week range85.00 - 124.00
Volume80
Avg. volume168
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