Genesis Energy LP (GEL)
$6.50 0.48 (6.88%)
15:07 EST GEL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 796.50M
PE Ratio 32.50
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 712,237
Day's Range 6.32 - 6.98
52-Week Range 2.58 - 22.20
Dividend & Yield 2.10 (32.31%)
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