About General Motors (NYSE:GM)
General Motors Company designs, builds and sells cars, trucks, crossovers and automobile parts. The Company's segments include GM North America (GMNA), GM Europe (GME), GM International Operations (GMIO), GM South America (GMSA) and General Motors Financial Company, Inc. (GM Financial). The Company provides automotive financing services through General Motors Financial Company, Inc. The Company develops, manufactures and/or markets vehicles in North America under the brands, including Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC. The Company also develops, manufactures and/or markets vehicles outside North America under the brands, including Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Holden, Opel and Vauxhall. The Company offers a range of after-sale vehicle services and products through the dealer network, such as maintenance, light repairs, collision repairs, vehicle accessories and extended service warranties. GM Financial is an automotive finance company, which provides automobile finance solutions.
Industry, Sector and Symbol
Industry Auto & Truck Manufacturers
Trailing P/E Ratio6.79
Forward P/E Ratio6.67
Sales & Book Value
Annual Sales$166.38 billion
Price / Sales0.36
Cash Flow$13.12 per share
Price / Cash3.17
Book Value$29.15 per share
Price / Book1.43
Net Income$9.43 billion
Return on Equity20.95%
Return on Assets4.08%
General Motors (NYSE:GM) Frequently Asked Questions
What is General Motors' stock symbol?
General Motors trades on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol "GM."
How often does General Motors pay dividends? What is the dividend yield for General Motors?
General Motors declared a quarterly dividend on Monday, October 23rd. Stockholders of record on Friday, December 8th will be given a dividend of $0.38 per share on Thursday, December 21st. This represents a $1.52 dividend on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 3.65%. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, December 7th. View General Motors' Dividend History.
How will General Motors' stock buyback program work?
General Motors announced that its Board of Directors has initiated a share repurchase program on Friday, April 7th 2017, which permits the company to buyback $5,000,000,000.00 in outstanding shares, according to EventVestor. This buyback authorization permits the company to buy up to 8.8% of its stock through open market purchases. Stock buyback programs are typically a sign that the company's leadership believes its shares are undervalued.
How were General Motors' earnings last quarter?
General Motors (NYSE:GM) issued its earnings results on Tuesday, October, 24th. The auto manufacturer reported $1.32 earnings per share for the quarter, beating analysts' consensus estimates of $1.07 by $0.25. The auto manufacturer had revenue of $30.48 billion for the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $29.93 billion. General Motors had a return on equity of 20.95% and a net margin of 2.00%. General Motors's revenue for the quarter was down 16.6% on a year-over-year basis. During the same period in the previous year, the company earned $1.72 EPS. View General Motors' Earnings History.
When will General Motors make its next earnings announcement?
Where is General Motors' stock going? Where will General Motors' stock price be in 2017?
24 brokers have issued 12-month price objectives for General Motors' shares. Their forecasts range from $31.00 to $57.00. On average, they anticipate General Motors' share price to reach $43.38 in the next twelve months. View Analyst Ratings for General Motors.
What are Wall Street analysts saying about General Motors stock?
Here are some recent quotes from research analysts about General Motors stock:
- 1. Bank of America Corp analysts commented, "gets it." The firm's John Murphy upgraded General Motors' stock rating from Neutral to Buy with a price target boosted from $40 to $57 (see Murphy's track record here).General Motors management time is showing investors it is dedicated to pursuing expansion opportunities at an "accelerated pace" while simultaneously maintaining the "strength" of its core truck and global auto business, Murphy argued in his upgrade note. Specifically, the company's ability to include autonomous electric vehicles into a ride-hailing fleet that is integrated with OnStar gives it a "unique competitive first mover position."As General Motors develops and commercializes its technology over time, the company will at the very least be able to "defend its current market share in whatever direction the new mobility world morphs into," the analyst said. But the more likely scenario would consist of the company offering a "more valuable mobility product" that will drive shareholder value higher.At this time, General Motors' vision of its future implies that management now "deserves the benefit of the doubt" and investors should treat the stock accordingly, Murphy said."We are acutely aware of the cyclical risks that represent a material overhang and are the biggest impediment to upside in the stock," Murphy concluded. "Nonetheless, we think GM possesses the requisite pieces of the puzzle to capitalize on the opportunities presented by thechanging mobility landscape, while leveraging the strength of its core auto business." (10/3/2017)
- 2. According to Zacks Investment Research, "General Motors reported better-than-expected second-quarter 2017 earnings. However, revenues missed the estimate during the quarter. Also, General Motors has underperformed the industry it belongs to in the last six months. Also, a high inventory level of passenger cars is a concern before it. However, General Motors, with its strength in crossover segment, is set to gain. Also, the company’s capital allocation strategy, initiatives to make its vehicles more advanced, safer and fuel efficient and focus on technology development are likely to benefit. Moreover, the company's focus on capital deployment is expected to boost shareholder returns. Also, the company is raising investment in emerging markets to boost global sales. It is trying to take advantage of emerging markets growth via product launches and joint ventures." (8/4/2017)
- 3. Evercore ISI analysts commented, "Last year we had Brexit. This year it is GMEexit as PSA and GM confirmed earlier today that GM will sell both its automotive and financing operations in Europe to PSA. This morning, GM's stock is down but we believe investors should view the transaction positively. The transaction makes GM a higher return and stronger cash generating business, full stop. While the near term benefits to GM's P&L are muted, the transaction provides GM with an inexpensive exit from a business which has struggled to make money, let alone cover its cost of capital, for many years. Europe remains a market with minimal cycle over cycle unit growth and increasing regulatory cost pressure. As a result, it is and is likely to remain one of the least profitable regions globally for mass market OEMs. Through this transaction, GM has reduced its risk in the next European economic downturn and its gross cash requirements today, enabling the company to quickly return c$2bn to shareholders. Meanwhile, 'fixing Europe' will no longer be a pre-occupation for GM's senior management teams." (3/6/2017)
- 4. Piper Jaffray Companies analysts commented, "We reiterate our Overweight rating following today's 4Q16 earnings call. GM didn't break much new ground during the call itself, as 2017 guidance had already been unveiled at a recent conference. We think the post-earnings sell-off mainly represents profit-taking, not a true change-of-heart amongst investors. Management fielded several questions re: the impact of Trump's policy proposals - but unsurprisingly, offered little clarity on these topics (the CEO has been a frequent attendee at Trump's round-table industry meetings, but when it comes to predicting future legislation, she appears no better equipped than the rest of us). We are moving our estimates higher primarily to reflect updated guidance and better results in South America. Our price target is moving to $43 (from $42)." (2/8/2017)
- 5. Morgan Stanley analysts commented, "GM posted an 18% beat vs. our Adj. EBIT ests, driven by NA and Europe. Other regions in line. GM reiterated its strong 2017 outlook including $6bn auto FCF (we fcst $7bn auto FCF). We see GM in position to surprise the market on FCF, the pace/scope of structural change and cash return." (2/7/2017)
Are investors shorting General Motors?
General Motors saw a decrease in short interest during the month of October. As of October 31st, there was short interest totalling 36,780,348 shares, a decrease of 13.1% from the October 13th total of 42,307,984 shares. Based on an average daily trading volume, of 14,584,011 shares, the days-to-cover ratio is currently 2.5 days. Currently, 2.9% of the company's shares are short sold.
Who are some of General Motors' key competitors?
Some companies that are related to General Motors include Volkswagen (VLKAY), Daimler (DDAIF), Honda Motor (HMC), Bayer Motoren Werk (BAMXF), Tesla (TSLA), Continental (CTTAY), Ford Motor (F), Denso (DNZOY), Nissan Motor (NSANY), Volvo (VLVLY), Cummins (CMI), Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU), MICHELIN (CGDE) (MGDDY), PACCAR (PCAR), Fuji Heavy Industries (FUJHY), Delphi Automotive (APTV), Tata Motors (TTM) and Magna International (MGA).
Who are General Motors' key executives?
General Motors' management team includes the folowing people:
- Mary T. Barra, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer (Age 55)
- Daniel Ammann, President (Age 45)
- Charles K. Stevens III, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President (Age 57)
- Karl-Thomas Neumann, Executive Vice President, President, GM Europe & Chairman of the Management Board of Opel Group GmbH (Age 56)
- Craig B. Glidden, Executive Vice President, General Counsel (Age 59)
- Alan S. Batey, Executive Vice President, President, GM North America (Age 53)
- Alicia Boler-Davis, Executive Vice President - Global Manufacturing (Age 47)
- Carel Johannes de Nysschen, Executive Vice President and President of Cadillac (Age 56)
- Barry L. Engle II, Executive Vice President, President, South America (Age 53)
- Stefan Jacoby, Executive Vice President and President - GM International (Age 58)
Who owns General Motors stock?
General Motors' stock is owned by a number of of institutional and retail investors. Top institutional investors include Dimensional Fund Advisors LP (1.05%), Bank of New York Mellon Corp (0.77%), Janus Henderson Group PLC (0.76%), Legal & General Group Plc (0.55%), Ameriprise Financial Inc. (0.40%) and Oldfield Partners LLP (0.37%). Company insiders that own General Motors stock include Alan S Batey, Alicia S Boler-Davis, Barry L Engle II, Charles K Stevens III, Craig B Glidden, Daniel Ammann, James B Deluca, Jane L Mendillo, John J Quattrone, Karl-Thomas Neumann, Mark L Reuss, Nysschen Carel J De, Patricia F Russo, Stefan Jacoby and Thomas S Timko. View Institutional Ownership Trends for General Motors.
Who sold General Motors stock? Who is selling General Motors stock?
General Motors' stock was sold by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including State of New Jersey Common Pension Fund D, Nordea Investment Management AB, Caisse DE Depot ET Placement DU Quebec, Wedge Capital Management L L P NC, Bank of New York Mellon Corp, Anchor Bolt Capital LP, American Century Companies Inc. and Teachers Retirement System of The State of Kentucky. Company insiders that have sold General Motors company stock in the last year include Alan S Batey, Alicia S Boler-Davis, Barry L Engle II, Charles K Stevens III, Craig B Glidden, Daniel Ammann, John J Quattrone, Karl-Thomas Neumann, Mark L Reuss, Nysschen Carel J De, Stefan Jacoby and Thomas S Timko. View Insider Buying and Selling for General Motors.
Who bought General Motors stock? Who is buying General Motors stock?
General Motors' stock was acquired by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Assenagon Asset Management S.A., AXA, Artemis Investment Management LLP, Alyeska Investment Group L.P., Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Janus Henderson Group PLC, Point72 Asset Management L.P. and Prudential Financial Inc.. Company insiders that have bought General Motors stock in the last two years include Jane L Mendillo and Patricia F Russo. View Insider Buying and Selling for General Motors.
How do I buy General Motors stock?
Shares of General Motors can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages with access to the U.S. stock market include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.
What is General Motors' stock price today?
One share of General Motors stock can currently be purchased for approximately $41.61.
How big of a company is General Motors?
General Motors has a market capitalization of $59.69 billion and generates $166.38 billion in revenue each year. The auto manufacturer earns $9.43 billion in net income (profit) each year or $1.95 on an earnings per share basis. General Motors employs 225,000 workers across the globe.
How can I contact General Motors?
General Motors' mailing address is 300 Renaissance Center, Detroit MI, 48265. The auto manufacturer can be reached via phone at 313-667-1500 or via email at [email protected]
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General Motors (NYSE:GM) Analysts' Consensus Rating (How are Consensus Ratings Calculated?)
MarketBeat calculates consensus analyst ratings for company stocks using the most recent rating from each brokerage that has rated a stock within the last twelve months. Since brokers often use different ratings systems, each rating is normalized to a standardized rating score of 1 (sell), 2 (hold), 3 (buy) or 4 (strong buy). Analyst consensus ratings scores are calculated using the mean average of the number of normalized sell, hold, buy and strong buy ratings from Wall Street analysts. Each stock's consensus analyst rating is derived from its calculated consensus ratings score (0-1.5 = Sell, 1.5-2.5 = Hold, 2.5-3.5 = Buy, >3.5 = Strong Buy). MarketBeat's consensus price targets are a mean average of the most recent available price targets set by each analyst that has set a price target for the stock in the last twelve months.
MarketBeat will no longer include ratings and price target data in its consensus calculation if a broker drops coverage and MarketBeat has received a report that coverage was dropped. Ratings from certain research firms that issue ratings using purely quantitative methods (such as Zacks, Vetr and ValuEngine) are not included in consensus calculations. MarketBeat's consensus ratings and consensus price targets may differ from those calculated by other firms due to differences in methodology and available data.
|Today||30 Days Ago||90 Days Ago||180 Days Ago|
|Consensus Rating: ||Hold||Hold||Hold||Hold|
|Consensus Rating Score: ||2.34||2.29||2.41||2.41|
|Ratings Breakdown: ||3 Sell Rating(s)|
14 Hold Rating(s)
11 Buy Rating(s)
1 Strong Buy Rating(s)
|3 Sell Rating(s)|
15 Hold Rating(s)
9 Buy Rating(s)
1 Strong Buy Rating(s)
|2 Sell Rating(s)|
13 Hold Rating(s)
11 Buy Rating(s)
1 Strong Buy Rating(s)
|2 Sell Rating(s)|
13 Hold Rating(s)
11 Buy Rating(s)
1 Strong Buy Rating(s)
|Consensus Price Target: ||$41.96||$41.88||$38.26||$37.77|
|Price Target Upside: ||1.96% downside||2.56% downside||0.98% upside||8.90% upside|
General Motors (NYSE:GM) Consensus Price Target History
General Motors (NYSE:GM) Analyst Ratings History
(Data available from 12/12/2015 forward)
General Motors (NYSE:GM) Earnings History and Estimates Chart
General Motors (NYSE GM) Earnings History by Quarter
(Data available from 1/1/2011 forward)
|Date||Quarter||Consensus Estimate||Actual EPS||Revenue Estimate||Actual Revenue||Release Link||Conference Call||Details|
|10/24/2017||Q3 2017||$1.07||$1.32||$29.93 billion||$30.48 billion||View||N/A|
|7/25/2017||Q2 2017||$1.72||$1.89||$37.67 billion||$36.98 billion||View||N/A|
|4/28/2017||Q1 2017||$1.45||$1.70||$37.38 billion||$41.20 billion||View||N/A|
|2/7/2017||Q416||$1.17||$1.28||$40.97 billion||$43.90 billion||View||Listen|
|10/25/2016||Q316||$1.44||$1.72||$39.11 billion||$42.80 billion||View||Listen|
|7/21/2016||Q216||$1.52||$1.86||$38.81 billion||$42.40 billion||View||Listen|
|4/21/2016||Q116||$1.01||$1.26||$35.75 billion||$37.30 billion||View||Listen|
|2/3/2016||Q415||$1.21||$1.39||$38.00 billion||$39.60 billion||View||Listen|
|10/21/2015||Q315||$1.19||$1.50||$38.61 billion||$38.80 billion||View||Listen|
|7/23/2015||Q215||$1.08||$1.29||$40.62 billion||$38.20 billion||View||Listen|
|4/23/2015||Q115||$0.97||$0.86||$37.61 billion||$35.70 billion||View||Listen|
|2/4/2015||Q414||$0.85||$1.19||$40.22 billion||$39.60 billion||View||Listen|
|10/23/2014||Q314||$0.95||$0.97||$39.52 billion||$39.30 billion||View||Listen|
|7/24/2014||Q214||$0.78||$0.58||$40.63 billion||$39.60 billion||View||Listen|
|4/24/2014||Q114||$0.31||$0.29||$38.43 million||$37.40 billion||View||Listen|
|2/6/2014||Q413||$0.88||$0.67||$40.89 billion||$40.50 billion||View||Listen|
|10/30/2013||Q313||$0.93||$0.96||$39.50 billion||$39.00 billion||View||Listen|
|7/25/2013||Q2 2013||$0.75||$0.84||$38.37 million||$39.10 million||View||Listen|
|5/2/2013||Q1 2013||$0.54||$0.67||$36.60 billion||$36.90 billion||View||Listen|
|2/14/2013||Q4 2012||$0.51||$0.48||$39.14 billion||$39.30 billion||View||Listen|
|10/31/2012||Q312||$0.60||$0.90||$35.92 billion||$37.60 billion||View||N/A|
General Motors (NYSE:GM) Earnings Estimates
2017 EPS Consensus Estimate: $5.94
2018 EPS Consensus Estimate: $6.18
(Data provided by Zacks Investment Research)
|Quarter||Number of Estimates||Low Estimate||High Estimate||Average Estimate|
General Motors (NYSE:GM) Dividend Information
|Dividend Growth:||0.00% (3 Year Average)|
|Payout Ratio:||77.95% (Trailing 12 Months of Earnings) |
24.36% (Based on This Year's Estimates)
26.03% (Based on Next Year's Estimates)
|Track Record:||2 Years of Consecutive Dividend Growth|
General Motors (NYSE:GM) Dividend History by Quarter
(Data available from 1/1/2013 forward)
|Announced||Period||Amount||Yield||Ex-Dividend Date||Record Date||Payable Date|
General Motors (NYSE GM) Insider Trading and Institutional Ownership History
Insider Ownership Percentage: 0.04%
Institutional Ownership Percentage: 73.06%
General Motors (NYSE GM) Insider Trades by Quarter
(Data available from 1/1/2013 forward)
|Transaction Date||Insider Name||Title||Buy/Sell||Number of Shares||Average Share Price||Total Transaction||Details|
|12/5/2017||Stefan Jacoby||EVP||Sell||37,961||$42.87||$1,627,388.07|| |
|12/4/2017||Barry L Engle II||Insider||Sell||50,443||$43.08||$2,173,084.44|| |
|10/27/2017||Charles K Stevens III||CFO||Sell||265,458||$44.49||$11,810,226.42|| |
|10/27/2017||Nysschen Carel J De||EVP||Sell||123,645||$44.59||$5,513,330.55|| |
|10/27/2017||Thomas S Timko||CAO||Sell||44,791||$44.46||$1,991,407.86|| |
|10/6/2017||Alicia S Boler-Davis||Insider||Sell||10,000||$45.00||$450,000.00|| |
|10/2/2017||Alicia S Boler-Davis||Insider||Sell||10,000||$40.90||$409,000.00|| |
|10/2/2017||Craig B Glidden||EVP||Sell||192,954||$41.64||$8,034,604.56|| |
|9/25/2017||Daniel Ammann||President||Sell||40,000||$40.19||$1,607,600.00|| |
|9/13/2017||Alan S Batey||Insider||Sell||234,274||$38.04||$8,911,782.96|| |
|9/13/2017||Daniel Ammann||President||Sell||50,000||$38.00||$1,900,000.00|| |
|8/18/2017||Jane L Mendillo||Director||Buy||1,440||$34.86||$50,198.40|| |
|8/15/2017||Alan S Batey||Insider||Sell||8,144||$35.57||$289,682.08|| |
|8/1/2017||Karl-Thomas Neumann||Insider||Sell||234,274||$34.77||$8,145,706.98|| |
|8/1/2017||Patricia F Russo||Director||Buy||10,000||$34.73||$347,300.00|| |
|7/31/2017||Daniel Ammann||President||Sell||40,000||$36.00||$1,440,000.00|| |
|7/28/2017||Charles K Stevens III||Insider||Sell||16,000||$35.80||$572,800.00|| |
|7/28/2017||Thomas S Timko||VP||Sell||17,255||$35.79||$617,556.45|| |
|6/30/2017||John J Quattrone||Insider||Sell||15,000||$35.00||$525,000.00|| |
|5/26/2017||Jane L Mendillo||Director||Buy||1,520||$32.92||$50,038.40|| |
|5/22/2017||Karl-Thomas Neumann||Insider||Sell||46,472||$32.84||$1,526,140.48|| |
|5/8/2017||Stefan Jacoby||Insider||Sell||2,686||$33.85||$90,921.10|| |
|5/3/2017||Mark L Reuss||Insider||Sell||75,000||$33.35||$2,501,250.00|| |
|4/10/2017||Stefan Jacoby||Insider||Sell||2,670||$33.85||$90,379.50|| |
|3/8/2017||Stefan Jacoby||Insider||Sell||2,435||$37.11||$90,362.85|| |
|2/14/2017||Karl-Thomas Neumann||Insider||Sell||32,458||$36.65||$1,189,585.70|| |
|2/13/2017||Karl-Thomas Neumann||EVP||Sell||1,379||$35.38||$48,789.02|| |
|1/9/2017||Stefan Jacoby||Insider||Sell||2,540||$36.12||$91,744.80|| |
|12/9/2016||Daniel Ammann||President||Sell||10,000||$37.00||$370,000.00|| |
|8/23/2016||Thomas S Timko||VP||Sell||6,250||$31.94||$199,625.00|| |
|8/2/2016||Jane L Mendillo||Director||Buy||1,600||$31.01||$49,616.00|| |
|5/27/2016||James B. Deluca||EVP||Sell||10,374||$31.48||$326,573.52|| |
|2/17/2016||Karl-Thomas Neumann||EVP||Sell||1,635||$28.84||$47,153.40|| |
|12/2/2015||Daniel Ammann||President||Sell||25,000||$36.06||$901,500.00|| |
|11/23/2015||James B. Deluca||EVP||Sell||10,153||$36.10||$366,523.30|| |
|11/2/2015||Thomas S Timko||VP||Sell||20,535||$35.65||$732,072.75|| |
|7/31/2015||Joseph Jimenez||Director||Buy||32,000||$31.84||$1,018,880.00|| |
|4/30/2015||Linda R Gooden||Director||Buy||1,000||$35.37||$35,370.00|| |
|4/29/2015||Patricia F Russo||Director||Buy||1,500||$35.59||$53,385.00|| |
|4/6/2015||Canada Gen Investment Corp||Insider||Sell||73,389,831||$35.61||$2,613,411,881.91|| |
|3/4/2015||Karl-Thomas Neumann||EVP||Sell||17,385||$37.41||$650,372.85|| |
|3/2/2015||Jaime Ardila||EVP||Sell||9,376||$37.53||$351,881.28|| |
|2/23/2015||Jaime Ardila||EVP||Sell||2,953||$37.58||$110,973.74|| |
|2/17/2015||Alan S Batey||EVP||Sell||3,276||$37.34||$122,325.84|| |
|2/12/2015||Jaime Ardila||EVP||Sell||8,308||$38.04||$316,036.32|| |
|2/10/2015||Alan S Batey||EVP||Sell||5,636||$36.85||$207,686.60|| |
|8/13/2014||Stephen J Girsky||Insider||Sell||13,504||$33.83||$456,840.32|| |
|4/2/2014||Timothy Lee||EVP||Sell||11,680||$34.70||$405,296.00|| |
|3/10/2014||Timothy Lee||EVP||Sell||10,304||$37.50||$386,400.00|| |
|3/6/2014||Alan Batey||EVP||Sell||10,131||$38.00||$384,978.00|| |
|3/4/2014||Charles Stevens III||CFO||Sell||3,048||$36.50||$111,252.00|| |
|3/4/2014||Daniel Akerson||Insider||Sell||50,000||$36.60||$1,830,000.00|| |
|2/20/2014||Daniel Akerson||Insider||Sell||50,000||$36.27||$1,813,500.00|| |
|2/18/2014||Mark Reuss||EVP||Sell||6,793||$36.40||$247,265.20|| |
|2/18/2014||Stephen Girsky||Insider||Sell||25,000||$36.01||$900,250.00|| |
|2/11/2014||Charles Stevens III||CFO||Sell||1,985||$35.22||$69,911.70|| |
|2/11/2014||Stephen Girsky||Insider||Sell||20,300||$35.40||$718,620.00|| |
|5/15/2013||Michael P Millikin||SVP||Sell||7,924||$32.31||$256,024.44|| |
|5/7/2013||Jaime Ardila||VP||Sell||7,144||$31.70||$226,464.80|| |
|5/7/2013||Mary T Barra||SVP||Sell||8,000||$31.61||$252,880.00|| |
|2/21/2013||Daniel F Akerson||CEO||Buy||25,000||$26.50||$662,500.00|| |
|11/6/2012||Thomas M Schoewe||Director||Buy||3,845||$25.95||$99,777.75|| |
|8/8/2012||Daniel F Akerson||CEO||Buy||25,000||$20.35||$508,750.00|| |
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