Display all prices with two (2) decimal points
The hi and low prices on side #2 take only one digit. Shares are traded in penney's. Price should provide two digits.
R Sloan commented
It is understood that the precision is overkill to have 2 decimal points but it is also just a pain to get an error if you do enter 2 digits. It is just habit to enter 2 digits for a price and to get an annoying error isn't better to remind/educate that it implies to much precision, it is just annoying and takes extra time and steps.
The current price, 52 week high and 52 week low prices are displayed to two digits. The other historical prices are only displayed to 1 digit to reduce clutter in the display. Also, 2 digits are not meaningful in the P/E calculation and implies a precision in the methodology where none exists.