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FirstEnergy Corp. (FE)

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30.53+0.47 (+1.56%)
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Previous Close30.06
Bid29.93 x 5000
Ask30.74 x 500
Day's Range29.33 - 30.70
52 Week Range29.33 - 36.60
Avg. Volume4,598,768
Market Cap13B
PE Ratio (TTM)-21.33
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.44 (4.79%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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    FirstEnergy gets $14M from JobsOhio to clean site for proposed ethane cracker

    FirstEnergy Corp. is getting $14 million to clean up a former power plant site in eastern Ohio that could be home to a massive petrochemical facility. The money from JobsOhio will “substantially cover the costs” needed to demolish the former R.E. Burger coal-fired power plant in Belmont County and clean the site, said David Mustine, senior managing director at the state-created private economic development firm JobsOhio. JobsOhio is calling the investment a “critical step” for development of the site by Thailand's PTT Global Chemical Public Company Ltd., whose subsidiary is considering building a multibillion-dollar ethane cracker complex in the village of Dilles Bottom, along the Ohio River.