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Panhandle Oil and Gas Inc Common Stock (PHX) Quote & Summary Data

PHX 
$11.15
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0.07
0.62%
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Exchange:NYSE
Industry: Energy
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Key Stock Data

1 Year Target
21
Today's High / Low
$ 11.25 / $ 11.01
Share Volume
25,431
90 Day Avg. Daily Volume
32,906
Previous Close
$ 11.22
52 Week High / Low
$ 19.75 / $ 10.58
Market Cap
182,734,273
P/E Ratio
11.61
Forward P/E (1y)
15.80
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
$ 0.96
Annualized Dividend
$ .16
Ex Dividend Date
8/21/2019
Dividend Payment Date
9/6/2019
Current Yield
1.41 %
Beta
0.9

Intraday Chart

Shares Traded

Share Volume:
25,431
90 Day Avg. Daily Volume:
32,906

P/E Ratio

P/E Ratio:
11.61
Forward P/E (1y):
15.80
Earnings Per Share (EPS):
$ 0.96

Trading Range

The current last sale of $11.15 is 5.39% Higher than the 52 week low.

Intraday Last 52 Weeks
High: $ 11.25 $ 19.75
 Low: $ 11.01 $ 10.58

Company Description (as filed with the SEC)

Panhandle Oil and Gas Inc. was founded in Range, Texas County, Oklahoma, in 1926, as Panhandle Cooperative Royalty Company. The Company operated as a cooperative until 1979, when it merged into Panhandle Royalty Company, and its shares became publicly traded. On April 2, 2007, the Company's name was changed to Panhandle Oil and Gas Inc. While operating as a cooperative, the Company distributed most of its net income to shareholders as cash dividends. Upon conversion to a public company in 1979, although still paying dividends, the Company began to retain a substantial part of its cash flow to participate with a working interest in the drilling of wells on its mineral acreage and to purchase additional mineral acreage. Several acquisitions of additional mineral and leasehold acreage and small companies were made from 1980 to the present time.  ... More ...  



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