Key statistics

As of last trade Johnson & Johnson (JNJ:NYQ) traded at 119.52, -5.20% below its 52-week high of 126.07, set on Jul 20, 2016.
52-week range
102.97Feb 24 2016126.07Jul 20 2016
Markit short selling activity
Previous close118.86
Average volume6.23m
Shares outstanding2.72bn
Free float2.71bn
P/E (TTM)20.02
Market cap323.36bn USD
Annual div (ADY)3.20 USD
Annual div yield (ADY)2.69%
Div ex-dateNov 18 2016
Div pay-dateDec 06 2016
Next div ex-dateFeb 24 2017
Next div pay-dateMar 14 2017
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Feb 21 2017 16:31 GMT.
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