PetroChina Co. Ltd. (PTR)

51.33
0.13 0.25
NYSE : Energy Minerals
Prev Close 51.46
Open 51.33
Day Low/High 51.15 / 51.46
52 Wk Low/High 47.65 / 77.24
Volume 29.30K
Avg Volume 106.00K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 210.99M
Market Cap 149.47B
EPS 4.30
P/E Ratio 81.48
Div & Yield 1.68 (4.14%)
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PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Loser

PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Loser

PetroChina was a leading decliner within the energy industry, falling $1.52 (-1.2%) to $126.75 on average volume.

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PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Winner

PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Winner

PetroChina was a winner within the energy industry, rising $1.42 (1.1%) to $130.94 on average volume.

PetroChina Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (PTR)

PetroChina Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (PTR)

The ex-dividend date for PetroChina (NYSE:PTR) is tomorrow, May 25, 2012. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of $2.33 per share. At a price of $130.18 as of 9:35 a.m., the dividend yield is 3.5%.

PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Winner

PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Winner

PetroChina was a winner within the energy industry, rising $2.17 (1.6%) to $133.35 on average volume.

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PetroChina Bulls Bet on Rising Prices

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China Primed for U.S. Oil Market in 2012

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PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Loser

PetroChina Co Ltd (PTR): Today's Featured Energy Loser

PetroChina was a leading decliner within the energy industry, falling $1 (-0.8%) to $129.50 on average volume.

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PetroChina Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (PTR)

PetroChina Stock To Go Ex-dividend Tomorrow (PTR)

The ex-dividend date for PetroChina (NYSE:PTR) is tomorrow, September 7, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of $2.27 per share. At a price of $122.61 as of 10:30 a.m., the dividend yield is 3.9%.

Apple and Exxon Vie for the Value Crown

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World Stocks Slide Despite U.S. Debt Deal

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China's Cnooc to Buy Opti Canada for $2.1B

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Cnooc, one of China's three main state-owned oil and gas producers, agrees to buy Canadian oil sands producer Opti Canada for $2.1 billion.

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