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Today's Open $51.76
Previous Close $51.72
Daily Range $51.68 - $52.14
52-Week Range $39.65 - $52.14
Market Cap $103.9B
P/E Ratio 5.31
Dividend (Yield) $2.38 (4.6%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
05/19/14
06/06/14
Volume 145,095
Average Daily Volume 197,737
Current FY EPS $4.09

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WalterFConn (< 20)
Submitted June 14, 2011

Long term hold but will be positioned very well once Libya is sorted out. Strong dividend.

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chk2595 (< 20)
Submitted June 23, 2010

France is not a good investment risk at tis time.

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