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Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)

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52.93-0.46 (-0.86%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
53.00 +0.07 (+0.13%)
After hours: 07:58PM EDT
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Previous close53.39
Open53.42
Bid52.93 x 3100
Ask52.98 x 2900
Day's range52.88 - 53.42
52-week range50.86 - 61.95
Volume16,074,022
Avg. volume16,760,503
Market cap219.137B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.45
PE ratio (TTM)9.95
EPS (TTM)5.32
Earnings date20 Oct 2021
Forward dividend & yield2.56 (4.84%)
Ex-dividend date07 Oct 2021
1y target est60.06
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