Key statistics

On Monday, Freeport-McMoRan Inc (FCX:NYQ) closed at 14.12, 6.81% above its 52-week low of 13.22, set on Nov 15, 2017.
52-week range
13.22Nov 15 201720.25Jan 25 2018
Markit short selling activity
Previous close13.97
Average volume17.36m
Shares outstanding1.45bn
Free float1.44bn
P/E (TTM)8.22
Market cap20.24bn USD
EPS (TTM)1.70
Annual div (ADY)0.20
Annual div yield (ADY)1.43%
Div ex-dateJul 12 2018
Div pay-dateAug 01 2018
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Aug 20 2018 21:00 BST.
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