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Today's Open $50.66
Previous Close $50.65
Daily Range $50.51 - $51.44
52-Week Range $45.37 - $54.66
Market Cap $22.5B
P/E Ratio 35.34
Dividend (Yield) $3.57 (7.0%)
Ex-Dividend Date
Dividend Pay Date
02/04/14
02/13/14
Volume 382,301
Average Daily Volume 601,336
Current FY EPS $2.20

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charlesblazer (< 20)
Submitted January 15, 2008

Looking for market-neutral high-yield investments to weather a tough 2008. WPZ basically flat (~-0.16%) on a terrible day, which included a decline in oil prices. Consider the "dividend" and it fits t … More

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Williams Partners L.P. (WPZ) Description

A Delaware limited partnership formed by The Williams Companies, Inc. to own, operate and acquire a diversified portfolio of complementary energy assets. Website: http://www.williamslp.com/

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