DTE Energy (DTE)
$97.45 1.41 (1.47%)
18:30 EDT DTE Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $97.45
Market Cap 17.69B
PE Ratio 16.00
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.29M
Day's Range 97.34 - 101.49
52-Week Range 71.21 - 135.67
Dividend & Yield 3.53 (3.62%)
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Utilities stocks rose 1.2% on Wall Street today.
Utilities stocks declined 0.1% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Utilities stocks declined broadly on Wall Street so far on Thursday, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 1.2%.
Entertainment juggernaut and Dow component Walt Disney (DIS) made a shift in its dividend payment policy, opting to begin paying its dividend semi-annually. Last week the company said it would send shareholders two semi-annual payments of 66 cents per share. The Magic Kingdom’s new dividend adds to an annual payout of $1.32 per share, a 14.8% rise over the $1.15 annual dividend Disney paid last year. The new, semi-annual dividend is payable July 29 to shareholders of record as of July 6. Disney shares go ex-dividend on July 1. Based on the new dividend, DIS has a dividend yield of 1.15%. In addition to Disney’s dividend increase, last week brought us six other high-profile dividend stocks increasing payouts.
Utilities stocks finished up 0.5% on Wall Street on Monday.
Utilities stocks declined 0.9% on Wall Street so far on Tuesday.
Utilities stocks rose broadly on Wall Street today, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.8%.
Utilities stocks rose 0.8% on Wall Street today.
Utilities stocks rose 0.2% on Wall Street on Thursday.
Utilities stocks rose 0.4% on Wall Street on Monday.
Utilities stocks advanced broadly on Wall Street so far on Thursday, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.3%.
Utilities stocks rose 0.6% on Wall Street on Thursday.
Utilities stocks finished up 1.5% on Wall Street on Monday.
Utilities stocks finished flat on Wednesday on Wall Street.
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