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Phillips 66 Registered Shares D (R66.SG)


Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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73.80+0.12 (+0.16%)
As of 8:01AM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close73.68
Open73.80
Bid75.00 x 50000
Ask75.60 x 50000
Day's Range73.80 - 73.80
52 Week Range65.20 - 84.16
Volume0
Avg. Volume78
Market CapN/A
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PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
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Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Houston company closes $2B deal buying interest in Bakken pipeline project

    Houston-based Enbridge Energy Partners LP (NYSE: EEP) has closed on a $2 billion deal to jointly acquire interest in the Bakken Access pipeline system. The Bakken Access system includes the much-contested ...

  • American City Business Journals5 days ago

    Recent pipeline fires from Houston companies could contribute to negative perception

    Two Houston companies, Phillips 66 (PSX) and Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) have had pipeline fires on assets they operate in the past week. A wider direct impact from the incidents is unlikely — both Texas and Louisiana are considered business-friendly states, which means less pushback from locals and officials, said John Mayes, the director of special studies for Dallas-based Turner, Mason and Co. Incidents like these could contribute to an overall negative perception of fuel pipelines that is evident now in opposition to projects like TransCanada Corp.'s (TRP) Keystone XL pipeline and Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners LP's (ETP) joint venture Dakota Access Pipeline .

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    Why Charlie Munger at Berkshire Hathaway wishes the US wasn't drilling for natural gas

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