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Duke Energy Corporation (DUK)

New York Stock Exchange Consolidated Issue - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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86.305-0.245 (-0.283%)
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Previous Close86.550
Open86.570
Bid86.290 x 600
Ask86.300 x 100
Day's Range86.140 - 86.580
52 Week Range72.340 - 87.750
Volume247,282
Avg. Volume2,423,455
Market Cap60.41B
Beta0.08
PE Ratio (TTM)27.52
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield3.56 (4.11%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-08-16
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Reuters20 hours ago

    Court ruling could broaden U.S. government environmental impact studies

    Regulators approving new gas pipelines must try to analyze their potential to increase greenhouse gas emissions before giving them the go-ahead, an appeals court ruled on Tuesday, in a move industry representatives and environmentalists said could have far-reaching effects on infrastructure projects. Judges on the District of Columbia Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals said in their ruling that, before it approved three gas pipelines proposed by Duke Energy Corp, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission should have considered the environmental impact of the greenhouse gases likely to be emitted when gas transported by the pipelines was burned.

  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Firm files suit against Duke Energy over coal plant byproduct

    Despite headlines about the plethora of coal ash in North Carolina , usable byproducts of Duke Energy’s coal power plants are in short supply, according to a recent lawsuit. The North Carolina subsidiary of Pennsylvania construction materials manufacturer CertainTeed Corporation has filed a lawsuit against Duke Energy Progress, alleging that the utility giant is reneging on a supply agreement involving Duke’s coal plants in Roxboro and Mayo in Person County.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    Here’s how solar power will handle the total eclipse

    The grid will have to deal with a whiplash of solar-power production during the first U.S. coast-to-coast eclipse in nearly a century.