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Dominion Resources, Inc. (D)

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73.55+0.05 (+0.07%)
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Previous Close73.50
Bid73.50 x 300
Ask73.51 x 500
Day's Range72.66 - 73.60
52 Week Range64.54 - 78.97
Avg. Volume2,596,587
Market Cap46.1B
PE Ratio (TTM)22.17
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield2.80 (3.81%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • PR Newswire4 hours ago

    Dominion Provides $1 Million for Youth Educational Enrichment

    RICHMOND, Va., Dec. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing that education goes beyond time in the classroom, Dominion Resources is providing more than $1 million to support children and youth enrichment programs in central Virginia. "In-school enrichment programs and out-of-school educational activities build on the classroom experience," said Hunter A. Applewhite, president of the Dominion Foundation. Each of the 11 projects received funding from the Dominion Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Dominion Resources, the parent company of Dominion Virginia Power.

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  • PR Newswire6 days ago

    Dominion East Ohio Ready for Colder Winter Temperatures: Customers Can Set Thermostats with Confidence

    CLEVELAND, Dec. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Abundant regional shale natural gas supplies will help Dominion East Ohio customers face an expected return to colder temperatures this upcoming winter, at prices projected to be lower than the average of the past five heating seasons, officials say. Average monthly prices will likely be higher than last winter's unusually low prices, which resulted from a unique combination of warmer-than normal weather, increased production from shale areas in Ohio and other states and historically high storage levels, Murphy says. "Last year was an anomaly," Murphy says.