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Today's Open $84.77
Previous Close $84.53
Daily Range $84.45 - $85.00
52-Week Range $70.50 - $98.22
Market Cap $1.8B
P/E Ratio 31.90
Dividend (Yield) $12.04 (11.6%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
04/11/14
04/20/14
Volume 89,973
Average Daily Volume 104,849
Current FY EPS $0.00

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Speachless (< 20)
Submitted April 19, 2011

Falling dollar. QE2. Global recovery in fast growing economies will keep oil in demand. Rising commodity prices will make this value go up.

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AuMatar (< 20)
Submitted April 2, 2010

The dividend reported on many sites such as yahoo is way too high. They multiplied last Q4 by 4. That Q had a 1 time earn out due to legal proceedings, leaving a 14% yield when it should be around 8 … More

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BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust (BPT) Description

The Company operates as a grantor trust. Website: http://www.bnymellon.com/

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