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Today's Open $93.00
Previous Close $93.05
Daily Range $92.31 - $93.05
52-Week Range $70.50 - $102.97
Market Cap $2.0B
P/E Ratio 35.11
Dividend (Yield) $12.13 (11.5%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
07/11/14
07/20/14
Volume 59,156
Average Daily Volume 161,642
Current FY EPS $0.00

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dwwilkerson90 (0)
Submitted April 2, 2011

Even when the US want Oil to go away... Well, let get our collective heads out of "you know what" and figure out it. Oil is here to stay in one form or another. I'm glad we are trying to f … More

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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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