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Rite Aid Corp

NYSE: RAD

Community Rating: 2 Stars: Unattractive

7.13 -0.12 (-1.66%)

REAL-TIME: Last trade at

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Today's Open $7.26
Previous Close $7.25
Daily Range $7.11 - $7.27
52-Week Range $2.44 - $7.39
Market Cap $6.9B
P/E Ratio 31.52
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 19,745,903
Average Daily Volume 26,480,700
Current FY EPS $0.36

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remaxholt (0)
Submitted May 6, 2011

History, stabalized debt., high Pharmacy sales %.

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stockfreak1 (19.13)
Submitted July 14, 2010

The capital markets have given up on this company in issuing any more debt. The only thing left for them to do is issue a billion more shares or dive deeper into the well which will eventually screw s … More

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Rite Aid Corp (RAD) Description

The Company is a Delaware corporation and through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, operates retail drugstores in the United States of America. Website: http://www.riteaid.com/

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