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WEC Energy Group, Inc. (WEC)

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91.23-0.15 (-0.16%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
91.23 -0.04 (-0.04%)
After hours: 04:08PM EDT
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Previous Close91.38
Bid91.17 x 900
Ask91.18 x 1100
Day's Range90.59 - 91.81
52 Week Range80.55 - 106.85
Avg. Volume1,026,760
Market Cap28.777B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.18
PE Ratio (TTM)22.31
EPS (TTM)4.09
Earnings DateNov 01, 2021 - Nov 05, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield2.71 (2.98%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug 12, 2021
1y Target Est97.33
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