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Enerplus Corp (ERF.N)

ERF.N on New York Stock Exchange

9.22USD
9 Dec 2016
Change (% chg)

$0.18 (+1.99%)
Prev Close
$9.04
Open
$9.12
Day's High
$9.39
Day's Low
$9.09
Volume
360,703
Avg. Vol
346,998
52-wk High
$9.55
52-wk Low
$1.84

ERF.N

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About

Enerplus Corporation is an energy producer. The Company's capital program is focused on the development of its crude oil and natural gas core areas of operation, which includes its North Dakota and Montana crude oil assets in the Williston Basin, and its natural gas interests in northeast Pennsylvania. Its Canadian crude oil... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.50
Market Cap(Mil.): $2,221.39
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 240.48
Dividend: 0.01
Yield (%): 0.97

Financials

  ERF.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 10.09 32.63
EPS (TTM): -3.84 -- --
ROI: -47.56 -3.98 3.48
ROE: -101.74 -8.36 5.56

BRIEF-Enerplus posts Q3 loss C$0.42/shr

* Narrowing its 2016 liquids production guidance range to 43,000 - 44,000 barrels per day

14 Nov 2016

Enerplus seeks buyer for Marcellus natural gas assets: sources

TORONTO/CALGARY Canadian energy producer Enerplus Corp has put its natural gas assets in the U.S. Marcellus shale region up for sale, according to three sources familiar with the situation.

05 Oct 2016

UPDATE 1-Enerplus seeks buyer for Marcellus natural gas assets -sources

TORONTO/CALGARY, Oct 4 Canadian energy producer Enerplus Corp has put its natural gas assets in the U.S. Marcellus shale region up for sale, according to three sources familiar with the situation.

05 Oct 2016

Enerplus seeks buyer for Marcellus natural gas assets -sources

TORONTO/CALGARY, Oct 4 Canadian energy producer Enerplus Corp has put its natural gas assets in the U.S. Marcellus shale region up for sale, according to three sources familiar with the situation.

05 Oct 2016

BRIEF-Enerplus reports Q2 loss per share c$0.77 including items

* Enerplus announces second quarter 2016 results including strengthened balance sheet and further cost reductions

05 Aug 2016

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