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Today's Open $39.72
Previous Close $39.76
Daily Range $39.70 - $39.95
52-Week Range $34.01 - $41.50
Market Cap $6.0B
P/E Ratio -86.43
Dividend (Yield) $1.92 (4.8%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
02/26/14
03/31/14
Volume 82,860
Average Daily Volume 232,213
Current FY EPS $3.57

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Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP) Description

Brookfield Infrastructure Partners owns and operates electricity transmission systems, social infrastructure, and timberlands. Website: http://www.brookfieldinfrastructure.com/

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