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Illinois Tool Works stock is slightly higher in the US stock market at the moment. The most recent price was $228.40.
Illinois Tool Works shares are currently up 1.06 percent. The stock gained $2.39. Private and institutional investors on the stock market are currently paying $228.40 for the security. Because of this development, Illinois Tool Works stock is still doing better than the overall market as measured by the S&P 500 (S&P 500). The S&P 500 is currently trading at 3,990 points. This corresponds to an increase of only 0.95 percent compared to the closing price of the previous day. Illinois Tool Works stock started trading today at a price of $228.40. The stock’s daily high so far is $229.38. For a new all-time high, the Illinois Tool Works share would have to increase properly. The share reached its all-time high of $606.72 on October 13, 2006.
The Illinois Tool Works company
Illinois Tool Works Inc. is a global mechanical engineering group. It is made up of several hundred companies in numerous countries, which are organized in a decentralized manner and focus on their own customer base with their products. Illinois Tool Works had sales of $14.5 billion in goods and services last fiscal year. The group made a bottom line profit of 2.69 billion US dollars.
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