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Mazda Motor Corporation (7261.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed price. Currency in JPY
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1,531.50-6.00 (-0.39%)
At close: 03:15PM JST
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Previous close1,537.50
Open1,553.00
Bid1,530.50 x 0
Ask1,532.50 x 0
Day's range1,523.50 - 1,564.50
52-week range1,259.00 - 1,961.00
Volume5,373,800
Avg. volume4,735,000
Market cap964.961B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.93
PE ratio (TTM)4.65
EPS (TTM)329.43
Earnings date06 Aug 2024 - 12 Aug 2024
Forward dividend & yield50.00 (3.26%)
Ex-dividend date27 Sept 2024
1y target est1,922.70
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