- Market Capitalization, $K 2,337,452
- Shares Outstanding, K 208,329
- Annual Sales, $ 7,625 M
- Annual Income, $ 17,000 K
- 60-Month Beta 3.95
- Price/Sales 0.29
- Price/Cash Flow 2.97
- Price/Book 0.39
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+2.91 (+35.02%)since 04/27/20
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-4.19 (-27.19%)since 02/27/20
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-20.40 (-64.52%)since 05/24/19
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Today, DCP Midstream, LP (NYSE: DCP) reported its financial results for the three months ended March 31, 2020.
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