Raytheon Technologies Corporation (RTX)

87.77
0.61 0.70
NYSE
Prev Close 87.16
Open 87.73
Day Low/High 87.50 / 88.47
52 Wk Low/High 51.92 / 89.98
Volume 1.68M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1507.88B
Market Cap 130.81B
P/E Ratio 109.00
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Let's check in on RTX again.

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