PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) Share Price and News

$65.80 $-0.08 (-0.1%) Friday, 12 April 2024 at 6:00:00 am Australian Eastern Standard Time

PayPal Chart and Price Data

About PayPal

Last updated 12-04-2024, 06:00:00am AEST
Current Price $65.80
Change $-0.08 (-0.1%)
Close Price $65.80
Open Price $65.85
Bid $65.59
Ask $65.73
Day Range $64.68 - $66.38
Year Range $50.25 - $77.95
Volume 2,472
Average Volume 17,371,609
Market Cap $70,520,492,000.00
Earnings Per Share $3.85
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