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Southwestern Energy Co SWN

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P

Southwestern Energy Co is an energy company. It explores, develops, and produces natural gas and crude oil within the United States.
Price: $34.95 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 2.4m | Day High/Low: 35.37/34.60 | 52 Week High/Low: 49.16/34.82

Snapshot

Last Traded: October 01, 2014 09:45 Transaction Volume: 2.4m
Open: $34.95 Previous Close: $34.95
Bid: $34.94 Ask: $34.95
Bid Size: 336 Ask Size: 700
Market Cap: $12.3b Shares Out: 353.2m
PE Ratio: 17.2 Dividend Yield: N/A
Scale: 1d 5d 3m 6m 1y 2y 5y
Type: Line Area OHLC

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