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ConocoPhillips (COP)

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49.99+0.91 (+1.85%)
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50.06 +0.08 (0.16%)
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Previous Close49.08
Open49.41
Bid49.96 x 4000
Ask49.97 x 2400
Day's Range49.39 - 50.19
52 Week Range39.00 - 53.17
Volume6,800,079
Avg. Volume6,872,087
Market Cap60.84B
Beta1.35
PE Ratio (TTM)-15.78
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.06 (2.23%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-07-20
1y Target EstN/A
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  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    Corrections & Amplifications

    U.S.-backed forces in Syria seized a gas plant, known there as the Conoco plant, from Islamic State. ConocoPhillips has had no affiliation with the facility since it was turned over to Syrian Gas Co. in ...

  • Reuters10 hours ago

    Canada's Cenovus sells Suffield for $416 mln to International Petroleum

    Canada's Cenovus Energy Inc has reached an agreement to sell its Suffield oil and gas assets for C$512 million ($416 million) to International Petroleum Corp, striking its second deal this month as it pushes ahead with its debt reduction plan. The Calgary, Alberta-based Cenovus said on Monday proceeds from the sale will be used to cut the C$3.6 billion in debt it took on to buy oil sands assets from ConocoPhillips this year. The benchmark Canada share index was flat..

  • Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Cenovus Helps Pay Off Conoco Deal With $415 Million Asset Sale to Lundin

    Cenovus Energy Inc. is selling oil and gas assets in Southern Alberta to the Swedish-Canadian Lundin family’s commodities empire, the latest effort to pay the tab on its takeover of ConocoPhillips’ oil-sands operations. The sale of the Suffield operations to the Lundin Group’s International Petroleum Corp. will generate proceeds of C$512 million ($415 million) in cash, mostly meeting analysts’ projections and allaying investors’ concerns that it won’t be able to pay off the debt from its C$17.7 billion deal. The agreement also includes an adjustment that could give Cenovus an additional C$36 million in payments, the Calgary-based producer said Monday.