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Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (COG)

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Previous Close18.77
Bid18.83 x 800
Ask18.84 x 1200
Day's Range18.77 - 19.07
52 Week Range13.16 - 22.67
Avg. Volume6,123,100
Market Cap7.547B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.22
PE Ratio (TTM)37.79
EPS (TTM)0.50
Earnings DateApr 28, 2021 - May 03, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield0.40 (2.13%)
Ex-Dividend DateJan 20, 2021
1y Target Est21.46
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