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Today's Open $24.00
Previous Close $24.14
Daily Range $23.85 - $24.03
52-Week Range $16.55 - $27.99
Market Cap $12.4B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (2.0%)
Volume 17,338
Average Daily Volume 71,042
Current FY EPS $1.57

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jvaskonen (19.65)
Submitted August 26, 2010

I have had a good experiences with the various Lenovo laptops I have used, and tend to have high hopes for companies that make things that work.

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TraderBuckwheat (< 20)
Submitted January 8, 2009

With Intels dismal news this is a no brainer. More downside to come until the analyts estimates are so low they can walk over the bar instead of jump!

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