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As of last trade
ConocoPhillips (COP:NYQ) traded at 69.71, -3.94% below its 52-week high of 72.57, set on Jul 13, 2018.
42.27Aug 21 201772.57Jul 13 2018
Markit short selling activity
|Market cap||82.23bn USD|
|EPS (TTM)||-1.08 |
|Annual div (ADY)||1.14 |
|Annual div yield (ADY)||1.62%|
|Div ex-date||May 11 2018|
|Div pay-date||Jun 01 2018|
|Next div ex-date||Jul 20 2018|
|Next div pay-date||Sep 04 2018|
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Jul 18 2018 16:53 BST.