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Quote data Description 
Bid The highest price the market is willing to pay for this security.
Bid sz The number of shares in board lots being offered at the bid price. On Canadian markets, one board lot is 100 shares for securities valued over $1.00, 500 shares for securities valued between $0.10 and $1.00, and 1,000 shares for securities valued under $0.10. On U.S. markets, one board lot is 100 shares for all securities. For option orders, one board lot is one option contract.
Ask The lowest price the market is willing to accept for this security. 
Ask sz The number of shares in board lots being offered at the ask price. On Canadian markets, one board lot is 100 shares for securities valued over $1.00, 500 shares for securities valued between $0.10 and $1.00, and 1,000 shares for securities valued under $0.10. On U.S. markets, one board lot is 100 shares for all securities.  For option orders, one board lot is one option contract.
High The highest price paid for the security today.
Low The lowest price paid for the security today.
Open The price the security traded at when the markets opened.
Prev close The price the security traded at when the markets closed the previous trading day.
Vol The trading volume for the current day.
Last trade The date and time the security was last traded at.
52w high The highest price the security traded at over the past 52 weeks.
52w low The lowest price the security traded at over the past 52 weeks.
Mkt cap The total value of all outstanding shares of the security.
Avg vol The average trade volume over a three-month period.
Shares The number of shares owned by the public, company officers, and insiders.
EPS Earnings per share: a company's profit divided by its number of common outstanding shares. 
P/E A valuation ratio of the current share price compared to its earnings per share.
Div The distribution of a security’s earnings to shareholders.
Yield The income return on an investment displayed as an annualized percentage.
Ex-date The date on or after which a security is traded without a previously declared dividend or distribution. 
Venues The trading venues where the security is traded. 
Security type  The type of security (e.g., stock, option, etc.).
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