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D.R. Horton, Inc. (DHI)

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146.12-1.91 (-1.29%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
146.17 +0.05 (+0.03%)
Pre-market: 08:11AM EDT
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Previous close148.03
Open147.61
Bid146.15 x 900
Ask146.90 x 800
Day's range144.99 - 149.95
52-week range100.08 - 165.75
Volume2,048,043
Avg. volume2,492,283
Market cap48.119B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.64
PE ratio (TTM)9.97
EPS (TTM)14.66
Earnings date18 July 2024 - 22 July 2024
Forward dividend & yield1.20 (0.82%)
Ex-dividend date01 May 2024
1y target est166.21
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