Compare Interest Coverage Across Equities

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MMM36.306742.027249.113664.096265.458756.471542.488226.595623.785716.467413.54415.950216.3685
JNJ32.466732.466757.667657.667657.667657.667657.667633.5246180180180180112
AXP779909843K1.1 KKKKKKK933891
IBM65.757273.767358.411457.2545.152337.89921.980821.938426.56219.94375.20635.66915.8206
MSFT1.2 K1.2 K1.2 K1.2 K1.2 K59.358826.737767.5491325325325374392
MRK3.7513.945519.114111.091212.167418.088814.73717.704619.34518.744810.239616.283114.7174

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