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DBL | Doubleline Opportunistic Credit Fund

  • Industry: Asset Management

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  • Headquarters:   Los Angeles, California, United States

Trade prices

  • Volume:
  • Market Cap: -
  • Prev closed: 19.07
  • Open: 19.06
  • High: 19.28
  • Low: 18.95
  • 52 week low: 14.8
  • 52 week high: 21.3
  • Dividends:No Dividends


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    Historical Data

    DatePriceOpenHighLowVolChangeER
    Dec 11, 2020 19.63 19.49
    19.72
    19.49
    71.70K 0.41%
    Dec 10, 2020 19.55 19.59
    19.62
    19.53
    28.90K -0.2%
    Dec 9, 2020 19.59 19.58
    19.62
    19.50
    50.95K -0.25%
    Dec 8, 2020 19.64 19.56
    19.68
    19.56
    20.91K 0.26%
    Dec 7, 2020 19.59 19.60
    19.70
    19.50
    26.70K -0.2%
    Dec 4, 2020 19.63 19.72
    19.74
    19.58
    29.70K 0.10%
    Dec 3, 2020 19.61 19.72
    19.72
    19.55
    35.52K -0.15%
    Dec 2, 2020 19.64 19.75
    19.80
    19.59
    56.59K 0.61%
    Dec 1, 2020 19.52 19.62
    19.62
    19.41
    87.36K -0.51%
    Nov 30, 2020 19.62 19.87
    20.30
    19.47
    64.33K -0.76%
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