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Duke Energy Corporation
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85.59 0.39 (0.46%)

After hours: 85.700.11 (0.13%) as of 7:51 PM EDT

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Prev Close 85.20
Open 85.45
Bid 84.00 x 3500
Ask 85.99 x 200
52wk Range 65.50 - 87.31
Day's Range 85.20 - 86.00
Volume 3,041,907
Avg Vol (3m) 3,098,992
As of 4:05 PM EDT. Market closed.
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    Analyzing Duke Energy’s Customer and Volume Trends

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    How’s Duke Energy Placed for Its 2Q16 Earnings?

    Duke Energy forecasts its earnings to grow annually by 4%–6% in the long term. It has given an earnings guidance range of $4.50–$4.70 per share for 2016.