NOBLE ENERGY Inc

(NYSE: NBL)
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71.45 Down -2.76 -3.72%
DETAILS
Symbol Value ($)
Previous Close 74.21
Open 70.23
Day's High 72.82
Day's Low 69.83
Volume 2.51 Mil
Avg Daily Vol (13 Wks) 1.82 Mil
Bid 71.47
Bid Size 200
Ask 71.54
Ask Size 2,000
52-Wk High 79.63
52-Wk Low 60.14
Dividend Rate 0.72
Yield 0.98
  • Last trade 7/24/2014 10:39 AM ET
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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
Symbol Value ($)
Sales* 5.25 Bil
Income* 917.00 Mil
Sales Growth* +19.10%
Income Growth* -6.00%
Net Profit Margin 17.46%
Debt/Equity Ratio 0.56
Beta 1.24
EPS 2.52
Forward P/E 18.58
P/E 29.66
Market Cap 25.74 Bil
Shares Outstanding 360.74 Mil
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TOP FUNDS HOLDING
NAME % OWN
Fidelity® Contrafund® Fund 9.32%
VA CollegeAmerica Growth Fund of America 4.48%
Fidelity Advisor® New Insights Fund 2.17%
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