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AT&T Inc. (T)

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25.21+1.09 (+4.52%)
At close: 04:02PM EST
25.22 +0.01 (+0.04%)
After hours: 05:45PM EST
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Previous Close24.12
Bid25.18 x 1800
Ask25.19 x 3000
Day's Range23.94 - 25.24
52 Week Range22.02 - 33.88
Avg. Volume58,245,285
Market Cap180.025B
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)9.13
EPS (TTM)2.76
Earnings DateApr. 21, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield2.08 (8.58%)
Ex-Dividend DateJan. 07, 2022
1y Target Est29.68
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