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52-week Oil & Gas Pipelines Summary

Data updated 2024-Jul-23 (Tuesday)

  Prior 52 calendar week performance detail for Oil & Gas Pipelines industry includes comparison with other industries within Energy sector using S&P 500 stocks. Oil & Gas Pipelines includes midstream capabilities. Analyze Industries within Energy sector to see whats working (or not). Navigate to other sectors/industries using tables below or change comparison time periods from filter widget. Updated as of last close on Jul-23 (Tuesday)


Industries: Prior 52 calendar week performance on 2024-Jul-23 (Tuesday) across various industries within Energy sector. Industries aggregated by S&P 500 stocks only
Industry 52wk Direction % Change % off 52wk Low % off 52wk High Relative Volume Volatility
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Chart Metrics by Industry: Average cumulative performance for stocks in all industries within Energy sector over trailing 52-week period. Industries aggregated by S&P 500 stocks only. Select other metrics using below drop-down box. Available metrics currently filtered by selected trailing 52-week timespan
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Calculation Methodology: Performance is calculated using closing price BEFORE start date (or open price for first available date in range) and closing price for end date
  • Daily returns shown for timespan less than 120 days
  • Weekly returns shown for 121 days - 2 years
  • Monthly returns shown for timespan > 2 years
  • Absolute performance (% return of each stock/index/etf over time) calculated if benchmark is blank
  • Relative performance calculated by subtracting % return of benchmark from % return of each line

  • Values are adjusted for splits (if applicable)

      Compare securities in Oil & Gas Pipelines industry over 52-week timeframe. Hover on cells for additional details
    Symbol Name Close Volume % Change 52wk Frequency 52wk Change % off 52wk High % off 52wk Low 52wk Volatility Tags

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