Delek US Holdings Inc (DK)

26.70
0.12 0.45
NYSE : Basic Materials
Prev Close 26.82
Open 27.06
Day Low/High 26.33 / 27.16
52 Wk Low/High 11.66 / 27.82
Volume 1.27M
Avg Volume 1.06M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 62.03M
Market Cap 1.66B
EPS -2.50
Div & Yield 0.60 (2.20%)

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Delek US And Delek Logistics Announce Kevin Kremke Will Join The Companies As EVP On April 1

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