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前收市價145.300
開市146.000
買盤145.700 x 無
賣出價145.800 x 無
今日波幅145.600 - 148.600
52 週波幅108.300 - 188.900
成交量841,708
平均成交量7,873,123
市值478.477B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)0.41
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)24.78
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)5.880
業績公佈日2020年11月19日
遠期股息及收益率2.02 (1.39%)
除息日2022年6月07日
1 年預測目標價191.20
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