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    TGT U.S.: NYSE

    Target Corp.

    TGTUS
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    Last Updated: Apr 28, 2020 7:52 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

    $ 112.60

    0.60 0.54%
    After Hours Volume: 103.9K
    Retail/Wholesale -2.77%
    Close Chg Chg %
    $112.00 2.12 1.93% 2.12 1.93%
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    80.48% vs Avg.
    Volume: 4.9M 65 Day Avg. - 6.1M
    Open: 111.51
    Close: 112.00
    110.11 Day Low/High 113.88
    Day Range
    70.03 52 Week Low/High 130.24

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    Key Data

    • Open $111.51
    • Day Range 110.11 - 113.88
    • 52 Week Range 70.03 - 130.24
    • Market Cap $54.92B
    • Shares Outstanding 499.83M
    • Public Float 498.22M
    • Beta 0.73
    • Rev. per Employee $209.32K
    • P/E Ratio 17.60
    • EPS $6.36
    • Yield 2.36%
    • Dividend $0.66
    • Ex-Dividend Date May 19, 2020
    • Short Interest 16.05M 04/15/20
    • % of Float Shorted 3.22%
    • Average Volume 6.09M

    Performance

    5 Day
    • 4.77%
    1 Month
    • 20.47%
    3 Month
    • -2.98%
    YTD
    • -12.64%
    1 Year
    • 44.67%

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    Target Corp.

    Target Corp. engages in owning and operating of general merchandise stores. It offers curated general merchandise and food assortments including perishables, dry grocery, dairy, and frozen items at discounted prices. The company was founded by George Draper Dayton in 1902 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN. (See Full Profile)

    Analyst Ratings

    • Sell
    • Under
    • Hold
    • Over
    • Buy
    Number of Ratings 28 Full Ratings

    Competitors

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