July 12, 2016 - 12:54 PM EDT
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Marathon Oil Corporation (MRO) Pops 6.19% for July 12

Market Summary


Marathon Oil Corporation is a An oil & gas exploration and production company

Last Price $ 15.60 Last Trade Jul/12 - 16:02
Change $ 0.91 Change Percent 6.19 %
Open $ 15.03 Prev Close $ 14.69
High $ 15.73 low $ 15.01
52 Week High $ 25.25 52 Week Low $ 6.52
Market Cap 13,223,313,059 PE Ratio 0.68
Volume 21,958,293 Exchange NYE

MRO - Market Data & News

MRO - Stock Valuation Report

One of the S&P 500’s big winners for Tuesday July 12 was Marathon Oil Corporation (MRO) as the company’s stock climbed 6.19% to $15.60 on volume of 21.93 million shares.

The stock opened at $15.03 and saw an intraday low of $15.01 and an intraday high of $15.73. All told, the day saw a per-share gain of $0.91. The stock’s average daily volume of 24.71 million and 847.65 million shares outstanding. Marathon Oil Corporation now has a 50-day SMA is $13.56 and 200-day SMA is $13.19, and it has a 52-week high of $25.25 and a 52-week low of $6.52.

Marathon Oil Corp is an energy company engaged in the exploration, production and marketing of liquid hydrocarbons and natural gas, production and marketing of products manufactured from natural gas and oil sands mining.

Based out of Houston, TX, Marathon Oil Corporation has 2,611 employees and, after today’s trading, reached a market cap of $13.22 billion. Its P/S ratio is 3.63, P/B ratio is 0.68, and P/FCF ratio is -13.9.

For a complete fundamental analysis analysis of Marathon Oil Corporation, check out Equities.com’s Stock Valuation Analysis report for MRO. To see the latest independent stock recommendations from Equities.com’s analysts, visit our Research section.

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Source: Equities.com News (July 12, 2016 - 12:54 PM EDT)

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