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Woodside Energy Group Ltd (WDS.AX)

ASX - ASX Delayed Price. Currency in AUD
32.56-0.03 (-0.09%)
At close: 04:10PM AEDT
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Previous Close32.59
Bid32.52 x N/A
Ask32.56 x N/A
Day's Range32.10 - 32.63
52 Week Range28.50 - 39.58
Avg. Volume4,845,088
Market Cap61.823B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.89
PE Ratio (TTM)5.10
EPS (TTM)6.38
Earnings DateFeb 27, 2023
Forward Dividend & Yield3.75 (11.52%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 08, 2023
1y Target Est38.36
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