May 13, 2016 - 12:54 PM EDT
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Chevron Corporation (CVX) Closes 1.35% Down on the Day for May 13

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Chevron Corporation is a Produces, transports & sells oil and natural gas

Last Price $ 100.74 Last Trade May/13 - 16:03
Change $ -1.38 Change Percent -1.35 %
Open $ 101.63 Prev Close $ 102.12
High $ 102.04 low $ 100.36
52 Week High $ 108.33 52 Week Low $ 69.58
Market Cap 189,864,918,466 PE Ratio 1.21
Volume 5,665,215 Exchange NYE

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Dow Jones component Chevron Corporation (CVX) saw its stock move -1.35% to $100.74, representing a per-share move of $1.38, on volume of 5.55 million shares for Friday.

Chevron Corporation currently has a total float of 1.88 billion shares and moves 7.27 million a day, on average. The stock opened at $101.63 on May 13 and traded between a low of $100.36 and a high of $102.04. The stock now has a 50-day SMA of $96.85 and 200-day SMA of $87.21, and it has a high of $109.30 and low of $69.58 over the last year. Its P/E ratio is 146.6 and its P/B ratio is 1.26.

Chevron Corp manages its investments in subsidiaries and affiliates and provides administrative, financial, management and technology support to U.S. and international subsidiaries that engage in integrated energy and chemicals operations.

Based out of San Ramon, CA, Chevron Corporation has 61,500 employees and is helmed by CEO John S. Watson.

For a deeper dive into the fundamentals of Chevron Corporation, check out equities.com’s E.V.A. report for CVX.

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