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Today's Open $29.07
Previous Close $29.02
Daily Range $28.39 - $29.35
52-Week Range $10.49 - $32.60
Market Cap $883.2M
P/E Ratio 22.98
Dividend (Yield) $0.16 (0.6%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
02/26/14
03/21/14
Volume 1,762,725
Average Daily Volume 1,128,546
Current FY EPS $2.32

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turftoe (0)
Submitted February 12, 2010

GPRE started in 2006 with no revenue. It will post over $1.5 billion in revenue in 2010 on growing profits. While all the other pure ethanol companies went bankrupt in 2009, they weathered the storm a … More

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puccini3005 (< 20)
Submitted July 2, 2009

I'm a fan of renewable energy, but not ethanol. We need efficient, sustainable alternatives to oil, but ethanol is neither cost efficient nor energy efficient. Instead, it has the potential to drive … More

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GREEN PLAINS RENEWABLE ENERGY, INC. (GPRE) Description

As a low-cost ethanol producer, Green Plains also operates an independent third-party ethanol marketing service. Green Plains owns 51% of Blendstar, LLC, a Houston-based biofuel terminal operator with six facilities in five states. Green Plains' agribusiness segment operates grain storage facilities and complementary agronomy, feed, and fuel businesses in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota. Website: http://www.gpreinc.com/

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